You'll learn three forms of visualization: programmed, guided, and open-screen (receptive) visualization. You'll stay healthy and recover more rapidly when you do become ill. You'll expand your mind, creativity and problem-solving talents. Last but not least, you'll improve and deepen your personal relationships.
The Mental Home Movie method is easy to follow and easy to use. Harness and apply the powers of your imagination to refine those images into what you want them to be. Detailed techniques and sample scripts immediately get you on your way to achieving your dreams and goals in life.
Not a bad introduction to visualization. The speaker has a pleasant voice. The various types of visualizations, and their uses are discussed. At the end, the speaker takes you through a visualization to find your inner advisor.
While I liked this title, I found Creative Visualization (unabridged) by Shakti Gawain much better. For me, Shakti Gawain's presentation had much more helpful information.
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This book is as more a psychological/psychoanalytical essay on how to visualize getting a job, losing weight, or accomplishing goals as it is about visualizing how to make a movie.
While there may be a nugget here or there of value, overall, the "book" (if you can call 52 minutes a book) is advertised to sell to the writer when really it is a hodgepodge of self-help with a lot of bad music that plays between each idea being presented.
If you have enough of an imagination to want to be a writer, you are already beyond what this book offers. A hard pass.
Concise and yet packed with practical tips and information. Pity there aren't more guided exercises, but a great starter for the newbie.