Mental Imagery and Visualization Chapter 20. “Imagination is more powerful than knowledge.” —Albert Einstein. An Historical Perspective of Mental Imagery and Visualization. Origins date back to Freud and Jung in modern psychology Most likely used for millennia by people of all cultures
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1. What is mental imagery and how does it differ from visualization?
2. List three categories that imagery and visualization can be used for relaxation.
3. What is color therapy and how can it be used to promote relaxation?
4. List the three steps of guided mental imagery that when followed, help promote relaxation.