Diversions, Number 11: Say the Secret Word

Diversions for You and Your Friends is a feature of the blog, which appears every Monday. To find out more about Diversions, read the Introduction and Number 1, or you can visit the Diversions Archive.

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This week’s Diversions for You and Your Friends is “Say the Secret Word.” You can use this Diversion several ways:

1. Online version. Read “Say the Secret Word” or forward this PDF for a friend to read in his or her browser.

2. Print version. Print the PDF and send it to a friend. I print my cards on both sides of an 8.5” x 11” paper. Then I fold that in half and put it into a 6” x 9” envelope. (You could also just print it out and cut it into four pages, which are numbered, staple them together, and fit them into in a business-sized envelope.) Read More

Diversions, Number 10: Silly Stories

Diversions for You and Your Friends is a feature of the blog, which appears every Monday. To find out more about Diversions, read the Introduction and Number 1.

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This week’s Diversions for You and Your Friends is “Silly Stories.” You can use this Diversion several ways:

1. Online version. Read “Silly Stories” or forward this PDF for a friend to read in his or her browser.

2. Print version. Print the PDF and send it to a friend. I print my cards on both sides of an 8.5” x 11” paper. Then I fold that in half and put it into a 6” x 9” envelope. (You could also just print it out and cut it into four pages, which are numbered, staple them together, and fit them into in a business-sized envelope.) Read More

The Power of Images and Symbols

Discover why guided imagery and the symbols that arise
out of this experience support change and understanding.
 

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Ordinary Images Constantly Influence Our Lives

When the woman claimed she didn’t have “images” because she didn’t “see pictures” when she closed her eyes, I was very pleased. That’s because it’s always fun to take a group of imagery workshop participants through an animal exercise in which I ask everyone to close their eyes and imagine that a baby animal is right outside the room. Then when I suggest that the door opens and the animal enters, the smiles begin. Every single person, even those who don’t “visualize” things in their inner landscape, have a great time.

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Diversions, Number 9: Coloring an Angel

Diversions for You and Your Friends is a feature of the blog, which appears every Monday. To find out more about Diversions, read the Introduction and Number 1.

09 - edward-burne-jones-an-angel-playing-a-flageoletThis week’s Diversions for You and Your Friends is “Coloring an Angel.” You can use this Diversion several ways:

1. Online version. Read “Coloring an Angel” or forward this PDF for a friend to read in his or her browser.

2. Print version. Print the PDF and send it to a friend. I print my cards on both sides of an 8.5” x 11” paper. Then I fold that in half and put it into a 6” x 9” envelope. (You could also just print it out and cut it into four pages, which are numbered, staple them together, and fit them into in a business-sized envelope.) Read More

Diversions, Number 8: Five Things You Don’t Want to Think About

Diversions for You and Your Friends is a feature of the blog, which appears every Monday. To find out more about Diversions, read the Introduction and Number 1.

0327 - Diversion 8This week’s Diversions for You and Your Friends is “Five Things You Don’t Want to Think About.” You can use this Diversion several ways:

1. Online version. Read “Five Things You Don’t Want to Think About” or forward this PDF for a friend to read in his or her browser.

2. Print version. Print the PDF and send it to a friend. I print my cards on both sides of an 8.5” x 11” paper. Then I fold that in half and put it into a 6” x 9” envelope. (You could also just print it out and cut it into four pages, which are numbered, staple them together, and fit them into in a business-sized envelope.)

You will notice that in this print version (and print versions in the future) that there is a space at the top of the card where you can write your own greeting to your friend. Read More