Visualization —simulation is the language we use to communicate with the unconscious mind. Imagining ourselves doing something activates the same parts of the brain that are triggered by actually performing the action.
The brain is malleable —constantly rewiring itself in response to stimulae. We can use visualization intentionally, choosing mental images and simulations which align us with our most resourceful selves. With sufficient repetition, purposefully focused visualization will physically alter the brain in ways that serve us. We take command and control of our own neurons, the fundmental building blocks of our nervous systems, directing them to fire and form neuronal pathways that refine who we are. Visualization strengthened by strong emotion creates powerful neural pathways.
In addition to not distinguishing between what is visualized and what is physically happening, the unconscious mind does not function in linear, sequential time. So, the mind-brain does not distinguish between our working with past, present, or future envisioned experience. When we think consistently about past, present, or future experiences we are strengthening the pathways associated that material in the present moment.
The images below are offered to prompt specific visualizations with which community-of-practice members are currently working. The image gallery will be consistently updated as the work evolves.
Time lapse blossoming rose – Metaphorical opening of the heart center.
Time-lapse Rose flowering filmed by Neil Bromhall.
Accurate guidance comes only from within while in CONSCIOUS unity with the undifferentiated, quantum field of unified intelligence.