Rapid Visualization Writing is a method of quickly visualizing images and events in believable detail. Since writing's earliest history a similar form of visualization was employed by poets and novelists searching to flesh out images and create stories. Rapid Visualization Writing is fast and uncensored writing that draws on all five senses in its creation. the free flow of images, feelings, sounds and other sensual elements Rapid Visualization Writing avoids editorializing, grammar, or proper spelling. Because of these techniques Rapid Written Visualization arrives from the unconscious and is unimpeded by critical thought. This leads to rapid highly believable images rich in detail. This form of visualization can be done with pen and paper or with a computer.
Warning: Folks with a history of mental illness, PTSD, or panic are urged not to use these techniques without a therapist. If you decide to do these processes you will agree to absolve the webmaster, the webhost, Emoclear.com, and Steve Mensing of any responsibility for the application or misapplication of these processes. There is always in any process the possibility that someone could experience some discomfort.
Here are the steps for Rapid Visualization Writing I:
1. Gently pinch your right nostril shut and breathe through your left nostril only for 12 deep and full inhalations and exhalations. When you've concluded the breaths, remove your hand and resume regular breathing. Ask yourself the following questions and feel the responses in your body. Take your time.
Which is more relaxed, your right arm or your left arm? Just note the difference and move to the next question.
Which is more relaxed your right leg or your left leg?
Which is more relaxed the top half of your body or the bottom half? Proceed to step (2)
(2) Roll your eyes clockwise, then counter clockwise (Just once). Close your eyes for the remainder of the exercise. Hum whatever appeals to you. Let the humming do the humming. There is no concern about musicality here. Just hum for a minute or so allowing your unconscious to make up any tune it prefers. Then to engage the rest of your senses briefly: Picture a door, taste a sour lemon, feel what you'd feel if you stroked a cat or dog's fur, and smell perfume. Each of these senses is only engaged for a few seconds each and imperfectly. It's just to activate the brain's various sense centers prior to writing.
(3) Choose any object, scene, or event you would like to visualize. Picture, feel, hear, taste, and smell what you intend to visualize.
(4) Rapidly and without censor write out all the details of what you're visualizing. Write out more and more detail. Just go over and over rapidly writing out all the details of your objects and events. Before long you'll have some very sharply detailed objects and events. Rapid and uncensored writing, which comes from our deeper intuitive side, helps us create visual images with greater detail, clarity, and believability.
Here are the steps for Rapid Visualization Writing II:
(1) Gently pinch your right nostril shut and breathe through your left nostril only for 12 deep and full inhalations and exhalations. Then remove your hand and resume regular breathing. Ask yourself the following questions and feel the responses in your body. Take your time:
Can you notice the space within your body?
Can you notice the space outside your body?
Can you allow the space outside your body to expand? Can you expand past the room...past the building you're in...Past your city or town...Past the Earth...Past the solar system...Past the universe?
Can you now notice the space both within you and outside you? Can you allow any boundaries between inner and outer to blink out?
(2) Rapidly and without censor, judging, or correcting grammar or spelling write out all the details of what you're visualizing. Rapidly write out more and more detail. Just go over and over writing out the details of your objects and events. Before long you'll have some very sharply detailed objects and events. Rhythmically chanting, which comes from our deeper intuitive side, helps us create visual images with greater detail and clarity.
Give these Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) sub-modalities a spin:
Can you make the image bright, then dim? Larger. Smaller. Colorful. Black & white. Vivid then blurred. Close by. Far off. Make it move from right to left and from left to right. Make it a movie. A slide. A holographic image. Cartoonish. Foreground. Background. In space. Speed up the image or slow it down. Make it horizontal then vertical. Can you make it flash? Change colors.
Fuzzy. Sparkly. Look down on its top. Look up at its bottom. Can you be outside of it at an angle? Be inside of it. Can you make it into multiple objects? Make it blink out. Return. View it on a split screen. Place a frame around it. See it from a panoramic view. Tilt it. Spin it--reverse spin it.
Blink it off and on. Faster--slower. Change its contrast and shadows. Alter its symmetry. Put writing on it. Printing on it. Pictures on it. Dots. Polka dots. Magnify sectors of its image. Shrink the images down. Alter its texture. Give it a fluffy look. A velvet look.
Can the object make a sound? Notice pitch. Tempo. Volume. Rhythm. Musical. Continuous. Interrupted. Timbre. Its words. Singing. Cackling. Laughing. Howling. Noise. Screaming. Gurgling. Spitting. Hissing. From inside you. From outside you. The sound is long. Short. Close by. Far. Many sounds. The sounds are separate. The sounds change position in relationship to each other. Is the sound clear? Just audible. Larger number of sounds. Less sounds. Monaural. Stereo. Quadraphonic. Holophonic. Other worldly. Animal like. Low pitched. High pitched.
Can you feel something about the object? Where is the feeling located? Change the location. Make it a strong sensation. A weak sensation. A barely detectable sensation. On the surface of your skin. Deep in your bones and muscles. What's it texture? Coarse. Rough. Wavy. Smooth. Hot. Cold. A number of feelings. The feelings move. Do the feelings continue or are their pauses? Intense? Mild. Change shape. Tempo or rhythm. Wet. Dry. Gritty. Slippery.
A smell to the object? Sour. Rotten. Dank. Fetid. Stench. Pungent. Far away. Close by. Fading. Unrecognizable. Identifiable. Cloying.
Taste. Does it fade in and out? Overwhelming. Salty. Sweet. Bitter. Just perceivable. Tingle. Burn. Menthol. Mint. Cherry. Lemon. Grape. Wine. Vermouth. Whiskey. Red hot.
Take your time and learn each segment of the process.
Place your palm on your heartbeat region during the process will make intuition more available.
Hydrating yourself will make you more alert.
Rapid Visualization Writing can be used to:
Create imaginal scenes for emotional targeting.
Evoke crisp memories for emotional targeting.
Make images of future situation we'd prefer to happen.
Create images that assist us in locating solutions.
Evoke scenes for skills practice.
Make images useful for working with health issues.
Dialogue with objects in scenes for solutions.
Create essence states.
Journeys into the unconscious.
Have fun, Steve