Using visualization for
Today, many scientific breakthroughs
have proven that minor infections and viruses may be healed,
or at least lessened in severity by employing mental techniques
similar to those used by cancer patients who have successfully
shrunk tumors through positive imaging or visualization.
The theory is that creative
visualization can create the same physiological changes in
the body that a real experience can. For example, if you imagine
squeezing a lemon into you mouth, you will most likely salivate,
the same way as when a real lemon is actually being squeezed
into your mouth. Einstein once declared that, "Imagination
is more important than knowledge."
In the 1985 World Conference
on Imaging, reports OMNI magazine (February 1989), registered
nurse Carol Fajoni observed that "people who used imagery
techniques to heal wounds recovered more quickly than those
who did not. In workshops, the same technique has been used
by individuals suffering from colds with similar results."
The process has been hailed as a positive breakthrough and
is currently being used by more enlightened doctors, according
to OMNI magazine.
Visualize that part of your
body which is causing the problem. Then erase the negative
image and instead picture that organ or part to be healthy.
Let's say you have a sinus infection. Just picture your sinus
passageways and cavities as beginning to unclog. Or if you
have a kidney disorder, imagine a sick-looking kidney metamorphose
into a healthier one.
"In trying to envision
yourself healthy, you need not view realistic representations
of the ailing body part. Instead, imagine a virus as tiny
spots on a blackboard that need erasing. Imagine yourself
building new, healthy cells or sending cleaning blood to an
unhealthy organ or area."
"If you have a headache,
picture your brain as a rough, bumpy road that needs smoothing
and proceed to smooth it out. The point is to focus on the
area you believe is causing you to feel sick, and to concentrate
on visualizing or imaging it to be well. The more clearly
and vividly you can do this, the more effective the technique
Another method for banishing
pain was developed by Russian memory expert, Solomon V. Sherehevskii,
as reported by Russian psychologist Professor Luria. To banish
pain, such as a headache, Sherehevskii would visualize the
pain as having an actual shape, mass and color. Then, when
he had a "tangible" image of the pain in his mind,
he would visualize or imagine this concrete picture slowly
becoming smaller and smaller until it disappeared from his
mental vision. The real pain disappears with it. Others have
modified this same technique and suggest that you imagine
a big bird or eagle taking the concrete image of the pain
away. As it flies over the horizon, see it becoming smaller
until it disappears from your view. The actual pain will disappear
Of course, the effectiveness
of this imaging technique depends on the strength of your
desire to improve your health and your ability to visualize
well. But there is no harm in trying it, because unlike drugs,
creative visualization has no side effects.
Practice any of these visualization
techniques three times a day for one week and observe your
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