13 Jun 2016
The Imaginal Mind
We all have a subconscious mind, which I call The Imaginal Mind, and through it, we can truly learn more about ourselves as we venture further into self-discovery. In the Imaginal Mind, we are able to see parts of ourselves that have their own lives, have different belief systems, and could be wildly different from our conscious selves. In this magical place, we can meet our spirit guides, explore our past lives, and interact and learn from archetypal energies that live within our psyches.
Through hypnotherapy, we’re able to tap into the Imaginal Mind and begin transforming. In this 2-minute clip, I explain more about the process and why I find it to be so valuable.
The language of the Imaginal Mind is based on metaphors and symbolism, which is very similar to the framework of dreaming. And as we begin to explore this world, we begin to trust our own inner life and to play with it—it’s not just “imaginary.”
For unknown reasons, we are not taught that the Imaginal Mind has much value, and we’re not taught to enter this world to do our own inner work. But I find this place to be fascinating and illuminating, and it’s a source of true wisdom and wholeness. It really is the key to self-discovery and transformation.
If you’re ready to explore your Imaginal Mind through hypnotherapy, book a session today. I look forward to working with you!