Instructions For Active Visualization

Active VisualizationBefore you begin Active Visualization, please turn off your phones and all other devices that could disturb your session.

You may want to have a notebook by your side to write down any insights that you get during the session.

Find a quiet space where you can lie down in a comfortable position and where you will not be disturbed for about 30 minutes. Put up a “do not disturb” sign on the door of your space.

Wear loose clothing and remove everything from your pockets that you feel safe in doing.

If you can, use a comfortable headset to listen to the recording.

For this recording, you may want to have a goal in mind before you begin. This is not necessary.

Lie back, listen to the recording and have an enjoyable time.

Do not be concerned with how well you visualized or if you visualized actively. This will come with practice.

Do not worry if you fall asleep. Over the years, most people who have had private sessions have dozed off once or twice.

After Your Active Visualization Session

Before you do anything else, take a few minutes to contemplate what just happened.

Ask yourself, “How do I feel?”

Did you have difficulty with the suggested visualizations? If so, don’t be too concerned about that at this time. With practice, the visualization will become more active and you will progress.

Write down any insights or actions you want to take based on your session.When To Practice

When all of this is complete, you may get up slowly and carry on with the rest of your day or evening.

If you have any questions, please email jerome [at] mountainsangha [dot] org.

When To Practice

The best time to practice Active Visualization is in the morning when you wake up.

Another good time to practice Active Visualization is in the evening before you go to bed.

Any time you can find 30 minutes to practice Active Visualization is a good time!

I suggest you practice with or without the audio recording daily for 21 days.

On the twenty-first day, you will receive in your inbox the fourth key to Active Visualization.

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