A Full Class in the Methods of Masters Concentration
“The best way to learn something is by harnessing your imagination.” -- M. Johannsen
University researchers in this area have long known that high performers in sports use a combination of real and mental practice. Both produce better results than either used alone. These high performers know what the rest of us don’t -- how to use guided image as a tool of mental practice. STILL, most of us don't know who to use imagery to improve application skills
Module 1: Vision to Dreams: 10 Types of Imagery Used by the Mind
“You face a choice in life. You can do what the system wants or you can define a vision for yourself.” -- Murray Johannsen
Charles Allston Collins (1828–1873): Convent Thoughts
Besides mind is a image processor. It uses imagery in many ways, often in ways we are not conscious of. Imagery has certain characteristics -- one needs to understand these elements to
- The Best Times to Use Imagery. Some times work better than others -- find out what they are.
- Ten Types of Imagery you can use
- Accessing Receptive Imagery. How to allow more unconscious content to surface.
- Improve the up and down channels use of imagery is a much better way to presenting to the unconscious what you want.
Module 2: How To Construct Powerful Goal Imagery
You have to act like a writer who is putting together a script of the movie. The more detail, the better the movie. But it all starts with goals. One has to be clear
- Constructing Proper Goal Images. If the unconscious doesn't know what you want, it can't help you get there.
Module 3: How to Practice Using Process Imagery
"Only perfect practice makes perfect." -- Murray Johannsen
Image by: SD Dirk: High Jump Triton Invitational 2011
To really make it In this ph
- The Theater of the Mind. This is one powerful visualization method to see what comes next and to get it right.
- Editing Your Movie. BeThere are a number of techniques
- Practicing Dissociated and Associated. Such a simple technique but one that really gets the job done.
- Shifting From Director to Actor.
Module 4: Reflection
Image by: Martin Basmajians
Now comes the fun part undefined creating, changing and finessing your imagery. You can chose a number of different applications but the important thing is to practice. Practice and evolving the imagery that is being used.
- Fine-tune Reflection. Evaluate your practices and experiences with
Practice on a set of skills of your own choosing