Seeing with the Mind's Eye: The History, Techniques, and Uses of Visualization

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Random House, 1975 - Psychology - 331 pages
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Explores the concepts and techniques related to visualization as the basic process of thought, memory, imagination, religious experience, perception of reality, creativity, and consciousness itself

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Contents

Inner and OuterFantasy and Reality
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Visual Images and the Word
11
A Brief History of Imagery in Religion
21
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