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Visual journaling going deeper than words

Author: Barbara Ganim; Susan Fox
Publisher: Wheaton, Illinois Quest Books, Theosophical Publishing House 1999. ©1999
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Quest edView all editions and formats
Using art to reduce stress, release anger, resolve conflicts, get in touch with feelings, give voice to your soul - even if you can't draw.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Ganim; Susan Fox
ISBN: 9780835607773 0835607771
OCLC Number: 1126410148
Description: xii, 161 páginas ilustraciones (algunas a color) 28 cm
Contents: Introduction: How images Express What Words Cannot --
Sidebar: Dealing with Fear and Self-Doubt --
You Don't Have to Be an Artist --
Visual Journaling Helps You to Access Your Inner Wisdom --
Using Verbal Responses to Process a Drawing --
Going Deeper than Words to Give Voice to Your Soul --
Words Interpret Our Feelings --
Imagery Reveals Our Feelings --
Only You Know What Your Imagery Means --
Our Feelings Communicate What We Need --
Taking the First Step --
Sidebar: The Influence of Carl Jung --
Preparing for the Journey --
Materials --
Setting Up Your Journaling Space --
The Four Basic Steps in Visual Journaling: Doing a Practice Journal Entry --
Setting a Clear Intention --
Sidebar: Examples of Intentions --
Quieting the Mind through Body-Centered Awareness --
Exercise in Body-Centered Awareness --
Seeing with Your Inner Eye through Guided Visualization --
Exercise in Guided Visualization --
Sidebar: How People Visualize Imagery --
Drawing Your Inner Images --
Sidebar: Beware of Judging Your Visualizations and Your Drawings --
Visual Journaling as an Everyday Practice --
Introduction to the Six-Week Program --
Accessing and Expressing Your Emotions --
Sidebar: Tips to Help You Maintain a Regular and Consistent Visual-Journaling Practice --
The Body Never Lies --
Don't Neglect the Check-In --
Even If You Feel Great --
Before You Begin --
The Check-In --
Self-Exploration Questions --
Using Movement and Sound to Access Images --
Accessing Your Feelings through Movement --
Using Sound to Access Your Emotions.
Responsibility: Barbara Ganim & Susan Fox.


Using art to reduce stress, release anger, resolve conflicts, get in touch with feelings, give voice to your soul - even if you can't draw.


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