Imagery Lab - familiarize yourself with it. Step 2: Proceed...

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Lab # 9: Imagery The focus of this lab is to help you become acquainted with the usage of the two forms of imagery perspective. Once you have decided upon an imagery topic, you will image it using both an internal and then external perspective. Don’t get too frustrated if you can’t keep each session purely one perspective or the other, but try to refocus if you find yourself straying into the wrong perspective for that session. Step 1: Develop an imagery topic. This should be a situation you have either already experienced, or might in the future. Have it be detailed enough that the imagery session will last at least one minute. Remember, this should be as detailed an experience as possible. Try to incorporate as many physical senses as you can (visual, kinesthetic, olfactory, auditory, tactile, etc.) Make sure to write this down like a script, and then
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Unformatted text preview: familiarize yourself with it. Step 2: Proceed through the imagery script using an external perspective. Step 3: Proceed through the imagery script using an internal perspective. Step 4: Respond to the individual session questions. Step 5: Respond to the group questions. Individual Questions : 1. Briefly describe your imagery script (this is not the script itself, just a brief description of what you imaged). 2. What was/were the easiest sense(s) to perceive and incorporate? Why? 3. What was/were the most difficult sense(s) to perceive and incorporate? Why? Group Questions : 4. How many, and which, senses were people typically able to incorporate? 5. Which senses were most commonly difficult to include? 6. Which perspective did most people find easiest, or like best?...
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Imagery Lab - familiarize yourself with it. Step 2: Proceed...

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