Using the power of imagination while you rest, Guided Visualisation takes you on a tranquil, yet vivid journey within the mind. Guided imagery (as it is also known) is based on the concept that your body and mind are connected, and in using all of your senses in the process of visualisation, your body seems to respond as though what you are imagining is real, promoting a relaxed, focused state of being.
Guided imagery is easier for most westerners to use than traditional meditation, as it requires less time and discipline to develop a high level of skill. This is because it seduces the mind with appealing sensory images that have their own natural pull, and seems to result in a kind of natural trance state.
Because it is a right-brained activity, engaging in it will often be accompanied by other functions that reside in that vicinity: emotion, laughter, sensitivity to music, openness to spirituality, intuition, abstract thinking and empathy.
You can achieve a relaxed state when you imagine all the details of a safe, comfortable place, such as a beach or a garden. This relaxed state may aid healing, learning, creativity, and performance. It may help you feel more in control of your emotions and thought processes, which may improve your attitude, health, and sense of well-being.
Enjoy the benefits of Guided Visualisation and be transported to a place of deep serenity and a welcome peace.