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Mental Imagery

Beyond Belief

         Much is made of the power of beliefs in coming to know ourselves and how they influence our lives. Though powerful/effective, these beliefs are not fixed. Rather, they can be readily reversed through mental imagery and directing will from one to the other. In fact, the image is a perceptual activity enclosing a belief. In this way, reversing a belief involves seeing its opposite image. Read more »

Imagination and Resurrection

One significant component of imagination and mental imagery is analogous to resurrection — the reanimation of the dead back to life. Read more »

Mind Power

It was interesting to read of Serena Williams’s use of mental imagery to influence her tennis prowess.  This practice was instilled in her since childhood through the efforts of her father, who taught her this process. Serena’s experience has been corroborated by many athletes in diverse sports.  Jack Nicklaus in golf, O. J. Simpson in football, Ted Williams in baseball, to name a few. Read more »

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