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Imagination and Visualization

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Do you sometimes visualize? What is it that makes you feel attracted to visualization? Did you know that all of us visualize on a consistent basis? Going over “what might go wrong” inside of your head until you can’t sleep anymore is probably a popular example. It can also serve as a powerful proof that visualization has a direct impact on your physical body and your well-being. Most of us are constantly busy maintaining and re-creating our sense of self on the level of thought and emotion. We think and feel in certain patterns.

We dwell on our past and anticipate our future in specific ways that are unique to each individual. What if I told you that you can use the same power that makes you miserable and unhappy to make you fulfilled and relaxed? This week we have discussed various ways that help us to re-shape ourselves and our experience of life in more wholesome and beneficial ways. I am sending this out to you in the hope that this will inspire you to have an amazing weekend and a fantastic start into a new life.

Our Two Weekly Audio Teachings

Here we list our two recordings from last week’s classes. The classes are held every week at the Phuket Meditation Center and are for free. Everyone is welcome to join! You can find out more about the free sessions on this page: Free Meditation Classes. We hope to see you soon 🙂

EPISODE 143: The Benefits of Visualization

In this talk we will cover the benefits of visualization and how this technique can help you get faster results in your practice. Find out more about the three elements of good visualization (Image, Feeling, Manifestation) and learn how to visualize properly.

EPISODE 144: Beyond Visualization

In this talk I cover the process that leads from doing to knowing. Visualization is an aspect of skillful action and it can empower what we do. Since visualization is mental fabrication, it is not the highest practice but it surely can help create space for deeper insight to grow.

Blog: Some Benefits of Visualization for Meditators

Blog - Benefits of Visualization

In this blog I am talking about the benefits of visualization. We invite you to explore how you can use them on the path of Meditation. You will learn how to direct the creative powers of visualization in order to help you relax, heal and manifest your spiritual goals. I will also cover the limits of visualization and imaginative methods.

Video: The Power of Visualization

On our Youtube Channel, we invite you to have a look at what we do, enjoy our tutorials, ask questions and receive answers. Let us take you by the hand and introduce you to our little meditation channel. That’s where you can find lots of meditation tutorials and meditation teachings on video. Here you can stay in touch with us even after your retreat has finished. We look forward to see you there very soon 🙂

We hope that this little summary helps you with your studies and your meditation practice. Let us know down in the comment section below if you need anything – we are always ready to do our best in order to help you with your practice. We send you much love from Phuket and hope to see you (again) at one of our events soon.

Tobi Warzinek

About The Author

Tobi Warzinek has been working as a spiritual guide and mentor since 2009. His journey started in early 2002 when he entered the Tibetan Buddhist monastery of Rabten Choeling. He spent approximately 7 years in the community and studied the Tibetan language, mind-training and various meditation methods. Additionally he trained in traditional monastic debate and Buddhist philosophy. In 2011 he subsequently began practicing within the “Forest Tradition” in Thailand. Altogether he has dedicated his life to the exploration and refinement of introspection throughout the past 18 years. You can connect with Tobi on his page or on facebook.

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