Visualization therapy is a form of self-hypnosis and can be used in self-healing.
Using visualization can change emotions that subsequently have a physical effect on the body.
Your brain has millions of mental workers, so your power to think is almost unlimited, and your power to create the kind of material which is necessary to build for yourself any kind of environment which you desire, is practically unlimited.
In addition to these millions of mental brainworkers, you have billions of mental body workers and every one of these processes sufficient intelligence to understand and act upon any message or suggestion given.
These cells are all busy creating and recreating the body, but, in addition to this, they are endowed with psychic activity whereby they can attract to themselves the substance necessary for perfect development.
Although this is a simplistic way of looking at our makeup, it does help us understand how visualization therapy works.
Morris had suffered horrific injuries in a plane crash. His neck was broken in two places, his diaphragm was destroyed, and he couldn't breathe. His swallowing reflex was destroyed, and he couldn't eat or drink.
He couldn't talk; as his voice box was crushed and his kidney, bladder, bowel and liver didn't function.
He had destroyed pretty much everything in his body, all he could do was blink his eyes, once for yes and twice for no.
But Morris Goodman had his brain and Morris knew that Man becomes what he thinks about
His doctors said that he would never walk or ever operate any bodily function successfully again, but Morris had other ideas.
Through using visualization therapy just eight months later, Morris Goodman walked out of the hospital.
His recovery is so remarkable. It's understandable why they call him "The Miracle Man."
There's also a nice story in The Secret dvd, to reinforce your gratitude regime, involving carrying a stone in your pocket called a Gratitude Rock.
Every time you touch the stone in your pocket, when you filled or emptied your pockets at the beginning and the end of the day, you should pause to be grateful for someone or something.
By changing your focus to one of being grateful, your day will be pleasant and those everyday annoyances will become nothing but background noise.
But it was how the stone, once given to a friend, was used as a visualization therapy for his son, who was suffering from a life threatening disease.
I have a little treasure chest, and only one thing is inside.
It's a very special treasure, and I found it at low tide.
To me it's really special, I call it my grateful stone.
It showed me prayers work, It's a sign I'm not alone.
See, Grampa had a heart attack, while we were at the beach.
He lives so far away, so far away and out of reach.
Mommy had her cell phone, and the doctors called her there.
When I saw my mommy cry, I knew I had to try a prayer.
I closed my eyes and talked to God, Please let Grampa be okay.
Don't let Mom lose her Daddy, 'cause we can't get there, no way.
When I opened up my eyes, and looked down on the ground,
I saw a shiny little stone, smooth and white and oh so round.
I put it in my pocket, and I rubbed it two whole days,
Praying Grampa would get better, if only God could find a way.
Then mommy's cell phone rang, They said Grandpa could go home ...
That's why I have a treasure chest, for my special grateful stone.
How you find your stone, may or may not have meaning, for some, it will be just a stone they found, for others it may have some important event linked to it.
Check out this page for more ideas on the Benefits of Visualization or here for some really effective Visualization Tips and Tools that can be used as Visualization Therapy.
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