Guided Imagery that Will Captivate Teens and Geeks | Print |  E-mail
Monday, 13 February 2012
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So, you need a guided imagery narrative that will captivate the average teen, not to mention the more geekazoidally-oriented adult? Check out this hilarious cartoon and you'll have an imagery metaphor with legs….
 
We got this from friend and colleague, Karen Rosenberg, who says she actually uses this kind of patter when she’s teaching kids to do guided imagery or meditate.  So it’s not just funny – it’s useful.  Karen says feel free to adopt it as your own.
 



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written by Keely Thomas-Moore, March 01, 2012
I did find this hilarious! I am having a hard time picturing it though, as a legitimate meditation technique. Does she just use it as a way to introduce to them the concept of guided imagery? I could understand that. Personally, my favorite way to relax is by using a relaxation CD, and focusing on my breathing. There are even CDs out there that do the guided imagery thing.

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