Creative Imagery

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 15, 1989 - Psychology - 288 pages
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"Shows how to make imagery vivid in all five senses, [and] offers a progressive series of images of increasing power and complexity. [Fezler] shows how to use the images to overcome addictions, control pain, eliminate phobias, heal disease, manifest your desires and [to] reach higher levels of consciousness. ..."--Back cover.
 

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Wonderful book. Well written and inspiring. Fundamental for those who want to learn to use the innate human ability to imagine and visualize, more effectively, to improve their life circumstances. The author is an accredited psychologist who has worked with the legendary Dr. William S. Kroger, a pioneer in the field of medical hypnosis. Solid techniques and exercises are given throughout the book that if used can bring about positive change in difficult areas and improve one's overall sense of well-being. Well worth the read. 

Contents

The Beginning i
21
Steps to a Better Reality
27
Creating an Image
43
Developing Sensory Recall
59
Pain Control
81
Time Control
107
Lightening Up
133
Peace Quiet and Playing with Time
155
Strengthening Imagery
167
Focusing Concentration on Your Bodys Internal Systems
189
Out of Time and Out of Body
219
Paradise and the Negative Hallucination
239
Index of Specific Problems
263
General Index
265
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