Types Of Guided Imagery

ImageryConnectionGuided imagery is a method wherein a practitioner helps a participant or patient to evoke and generate mental images that simulate or re-create the sensory perception. With this therapy, individuals can obtain numerous benefits. But, to gain the best results, it is important to opt for the right type of guided imagery. Below are some of the following.

Feeling State Imagery

This type of guided imagery is a simple method that changes mood, such as seeing yourself in your favorite place, or recalling a happy, peaceful time.

End State Imagery

This type of imagery is used to attain any desired outcome or goal. With this, individuals can focus on the things they need easily.

Energetic Imagery

This is imagery uses the notion of plentiful, coherent, free-flowing, unblocked energy as the underlying dynamic of good health. This method is taken from Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine, as well as quantum physics.

Psychological Imagery

This is imagery that specifically addresses a person’s psychological issues by providing corrective emotional content. With this, individuals can improve their self-esteem more efficiently.

Physiological Imagery

This is imagery that focuses on larger healing processes in the body. However, you need to look for trainer practitioners since it requires accurate knowledge of how the body naturally operates to heal each condition.

Trivia Info Source From: Imageryconnection.com

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