I was just visualizing a post I may have already written about “Visualizing,” here at my camel-staring-at-the-pyramids blog site. In order to help in my visualization, I’m asking myself questions, such as: What would a post titled “Visualizing” look like? What words, pictures, colors, textures, and other details might it have? How do I see it, in my mind’s eye?
A “Visualizing” post does not yet exist, here at this adventure-journal-on-wood-background site. Therefore, I am now in the midst of visualizing and creating today’s post, which I’ll soon send out into the world (which I’m visualizing as a green and blue sphere floating in a vast blanket of stars).
Yesterday, if you can visualize this, I facilitated a therapy group in my Boston office where people visualized the effects of shame.
How might you visualize shame?
To help you visualize my office, here are some recent photos people have visualized here before:
Here are some ways the group in that office was visualizing shame, yesterday :
- eyes down and averted,
- face hidden,
- becoming smaller,
- drawing oneself inward,
- a child bullied by others, and
- the colors brown and yellow.
Then, yesterday’s therapy group visualized some affirmations:
Can you visualize your own affirmations? Can you visualize all the effects of believing all the affirmations on that page? Can you visualize me, yesterday, choosing to recite this affirmation in group?
I am already worthy as a person. I don’t have to prove myself.
Here are three other images I visualized yesterday:
Now I’m visualizing the comments I might get about this post.
Thank you, my dear readers, for visualizing the possibility of visiting here, today.