• Tonya Canada
    am 7. März 2017 um 10:42 pm #80597

    I have a question about the visualization exercise. When I close my eyes, I just see black. Do some people really see images when they close their eyes instead of the blackness. If I asked you to visualize a red rose would you actually “see” a red rose before you or are you just remembering whata red rose looks like from past experience of having seen one? Does that make sense?

    When I try to visualize a pleasant scene (part 5) or special photograph (part 6), I do not “see” it in my head/before my eyes. I can use a different part of my brain I guess and access some type of visual memory for a few seconds which seems more like a memory than a visualization or mental image.

    I first realized this difference a few years back when a friend and I went to see the same chiropractor who used a technique called B.E.S.T. She would do some muscle testing and then ask me to visualize a word, a color or a number while she did some adjusting. I was talking to my friend afterwards and realized she could actually see the color (word or number) when she closed her eyes or so she said. I could not and was only “thinking” about the word, color or number in my mind when I closed my eyes (and viewed the darkness with my eyes closed.

    I am interested in any words of wisdom for me on this subject.

    Tonya Canada
    am 7. März 2017 um 11:35 pm #80604

    [quote quote=80597]I have a question about the visualization exercise. When I close my eyes, I just see black. Do some people really see images when they close their eyes instead of the blackness. If I asked you to visualize a red rose would you actually „see“ a red rose before you or are you just remembering whata red rose looks like from past experience of having seen one? Does that make sense? When I try to visualize a pleasant scene (part 5) or special photograph (part 6), I do not „see“ it in my head/before my eyes. I can use a different part of my brain I guess and access some type of visual memory for a few seconds which seems more like a memory than a visualization or mental image. I first realized this difference a few years back when a friend and I went to see the same chiropractor who used a technique called B.E.S.T. She would do some muscle testing and then ask me to visualize a word, a color or a number while she did some adjusting. I was talking to my friend afterwards and realized she could actually see the color (word or number) when she closed her eyes or so she said. I could not and was only „thinking“ about the word, color or number in my mind when I closed my eyes (and viewed the darkness with my eyes closed. I am interested in any words of wisdom for me on this subject. [/quote]

    Is it just a matter of persistent practice on my part before the clear mental images will come?

    Helmar
    am 30. März 2017 um 12:10 pm #81398

     

    Seeing or remembering are one and the same thing, just to a differing degree. The moment you “see”, the shape and form appears. “Seeing” implies shape, colour, shade etc, read: detail. “Remembering” is rougher than “Seeing”. You can remember meeting someone, but you may still not be able to “see” it, read: recall all the details.

    As with the MKS it’s all about the details, you want to practice until you “see clearly”. Just keep in mind that visualisation is only a precursor to action. Visualisation should bring up additional information and details, helping you to the next step. In other words: it’s all part of a system, a web, a net of interaction bits of information.

    If you fail to “see” anything clearly, give yourself permission to invite more detail – if that makes any sense. Ask your Higher Self to furnish more information pertaining the object of your visualisation. 🙂

    Hope this helps,

    Helmar

    Tonya Canada
    am 5. April 2017 um 2:44 pm #81461

    Thank you for your explanation and suggestions. I am just remembering and working on imagining but not “seeing” details clearly yet.  I look forward to beginning with your suggestions as I continue in this study each day.

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