Welcome to Imagery

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Imagery

Power of Inner Images

Conclusions from early childhood are emotional conclusions that has a deep anchor in the unconscious and from there they affect your life.
Emotional conclusions are firmly entrenched as unconscious images that fix energetic feelings and ideas and provide ongoing conflicts in one's life.

Many people do not know, or don't realize that their inner images define their lives.
If you think that life is heavy, painful or meaningless, then you assume that life and you are two different affairs. That is not so, you and life is the same. You determine your life, partly because of your unconscious inner images.
What you (un)concious believe, you encounter the same in the reality of your life.

Problems are often treated as symptoms, then you just feel a relief when they are removed, but later on in life the problem comes back in the same or in a different form, because it does not address the source of the problem.

Symptoms are however very important to investigate, instead of deleting them, because they contain important information about yourself. Symptoms are easily translated into symbols and metaphors.

Imagery can occur in several ways:
@ A guided imagery with collective symbols that can ease your own symbols coming up...
@ A casual Imagination from a conversation where spontaneous metaphors arise which you could explore.
@ Working with clean language.

Clean Language is developed by David Grove. In this method the coach wants in his questioning to be as close as possible to the world of the client, without provide interpretations from his own worldview.

A good and simple example you can see this in the following video: # video

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