Relax With Creative Imagination & Visualization Meditation

Anxiety, Depression, Meditation, Mental Disorders, Panic Attacks, Stress

RELAX WITH VISUALIZATION MEDITATION BY USING CREATIVE IMAGINATION

Imagine Your hands raised in the air as you stand atop a high mountain.

Your body is tingling from the chilly breeze. You’re alone but not lonely, and your face has a hint of a smile.

You’re breathing deeply, inhaling pure oxygen, and it feels as if your body, mind, and soul have been perfectly cleansed. You’re taking in the peaceful beauty of nature and feeling at ease with yourself.

The sun is sinking directly in front of your eyes, allowing the rainbow of colors to spread its enchantment. It’s a lovely sight to behold. It’s something you can’t get enough of.

You strive to mentally capture every detail of the situation. You’re now feeling calm and relaxed.

I’m sure you imagined all of this while reading and felt elated and at ease. This was nothing more than spirituality disguised as meditation.

The human brain has a mysterious ability to visualize whatever we say. Despite the absence of a mountain, sunset, or breeze, you could envision everything in front of your eyes and it played as smoothly as a well-edited feature film.

That, after all, is the allure of this type of meditation. All you have to do now is relax, sit back, and imagine.

Visual meditation is a sort of creative imagination. However, because you won’t be able to conjure up an imagination every time, there are alternative strategies you can do to alleviate excessive mental, emotional, and physical tension.

BENEFITS

Meditation has been shown to help with emotional and behavioral issues. With its assistance, people suffering from anxiety, stress, and phobias have been able to overcome their issues.

People who have had horrible experiences in the past, such as rape victims or victims of natural disasters, have been able to deal with their emotions and thoughts with its help, according to several study findings.

People with mental illnesses like schizophrenia, paranoia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bipolar mood disorder, and others have been found to benefit from visualization meditation techniques.

According to medical science, meditation causes numerous good chemical changes in the body, which aid in blood pressure and heart rate regulation. This aids in the person’s ability to remain cool and composed.

In the midst of the daily grind, visualization meditation can help you relax and refresh both mentally and physically. Simply picturing a happy and prosperous existence will bring happiness into your life and help you achieve your goals.

Positive energy and vibes will assist you in reaching your target more quickly. As a result, you must avoid negative imagery and thoughts.

Simply imagine yourself growing, learning, happy, and fulfilled, and things will fall into place.

Visionaries are well-known among successful people. This vision is entirely based on the imagination.

They combined their vision with hard effort and focused their energies in one direction, resulting in the success and pleasure they desired.

Positive thinking and an optimistic attitude will undoubtedly bring sunshine into your life, as Paulo Coelho aptly stated, “when you want something, the entire universe conspires to help you achieve it…”

TECHNIQUES

This type of meditation can be done in a number of different ways.

Breathing correctly is the essential mantra in all arts. You must first relax and soothe your mind and body. You can do your own imagining or attend guided meditation sessions.

MEDITATION TECHNIQUE – CREATIVE MEDITATION 

Look for a quiet spot in the house or in the garden. Sit in a comfortable position with your hands on your lap.

Close your eyes and consider or visualize something that makes you happy. Imagine that you are doing exceptionally well at work or that your business is thriving, that you are extremely happy with your spouse, that you are spending quality time with your loved ones, that you are fit and healthy, and so on.

These are just a few examples of positive things you might think of to improve your attitude and motivation.

GUIDED TECHNIQUE

This is a technique for guided meditation.

A guide will function as storyteller and narrate the situation for you in this technique. All you have to do is pay close attention to what he says, follow it, and imagine what he means.

You can seek the help of a professional meditation healer, or your guru can help you with this. The narrator may choose a different topic each time, or you may offer one.

You can do this with a group or by yourself with your guide. There are even DVDs and online videos available that can be used as guides.

TECHNIQUE IN MUSIC

As the name implies, music plays a significant role in this technique. Choose any type of music that makes you feel good.

Start imagining while listening to it at a low volume. Allow thoughts to enter your mind while listening to music and let it flow at its own pace.

You should allow only positive thoughts to enter your mind and stay away from negative ones. If the music is making you feel down, change it.

In this technique, avoid listening to music through headphones. It’s best if you don’t have anything touching your body.

Because music therapy and meditation are so important, many companies have started producing DVDs of instrumental meditation music.

Conclusion

For a better feeling, go to open areas such as seashores or beaches, mountains, gardens, jungles, and so on.

You can listen to the sea waves crashing on the shore, birds chirping sweetly, the wind gently blowing past you, or anything else that brings you closer to nature.

Meditation, believe it or not, has the power to heal emotional issues and improve psychic abilities. It will help you give a fresh start to a hectic day if you practice it for 15-20 minutes every day.

It aids in the control of your thought process and promotes creative thinking. If not every day, you can do it when you have free time, or if you are depressed, angry, or nervous, or if you need a break.

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ABOUT ME


Hi, I'm Laura and welcome to my blog.

I've been interested in the human mind since I was a child and that's the reason why I became a psychologist. I thought I had everything figured out, but it turned out I was suffering from anxiety for at least ten years without even noticing it. With the help of what I already knew, and some of my friends/colleagues, I compiled a list of articles that helped me go through my anxiety and get to the other side of the tunnel.

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you find something to help you along the way.

Laura

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