1 edition of Guided Imagery and Music found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||July 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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The use of music and imagery in the focused, relaxed state created in GIM encourages unresolved issues to surface and helps to remove mental, emotional, and spiritual blocks to problem-solving. Resources Martin Lawes, FAMI, GIM Primary Trainer.
You may gain new perspectives on your life issues and may feel empowered to work with them with renewed energy. Grocke PART ONE: THE ORIGINAL BONNY METHOD 1. GIM Programs by Guided Imagery and Music Van Dort and Diana Scott Index. The music, carefully chosen, is able to access the feelings around these events and allow a reliving of the original experiences. I felt that hearing carefully chosen samples of this music while in a very relaxed state of consciousness could facilitate in evoking important memories and in working through conflicts in the context of psychotherapy.
Some of the Mid-Atlantic music programs use contemporary musicians such as Daniel Kobialka, Michael Hoppe, Tingstad and Rumbel, Paul Winter, Kostia, David Arkenstone and others. Interactive Guided Imagery SM Therapy with Medical Patients: Predictors of Health Outcomes.
The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music GIM offers a means of connecting with the essence of who we are. The experience may take place in times and places utterly beyond the realms of the client's everyday experience. You verbalize to the facilitator the images, feelings, sensations, memories, and other awareness evoked by the music. Visualization of any kind should be welcomed by us as harp practitioners, as we journey with a patient into the unknown.
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Your session may also include mandala drawing, journaling with music, and other therapeutic process exercises — as guided by you.
Identify client response to different elements of music IB-13; IIA-5r.
We call music our co-therapist, but in fact it is the core.