Sometimes I find it strange when I’m surrounded by quiet people. It seems that I am surrounded by “noisy brains”. Of course, I need to quiet my head-talk to get to that thought. One comforting idea is, what if everyone replaced listening to their head-talk by watching a picture-reel. Imagine their words becoming images. Are you able to form mental pictures?
We often mistake ‘play’ as a child’s act. However, adults play too. The pattern of play begins with imagination. It follows a life cycle from that conceptive mental moment on to nourishing spiritual, creative, and relational habits. In fact, shame is linked to experiences of creative failure. Adults that deny shame have banked on the pattern of play. To us, play is coined as abductive reasoning.
The way our bodies are wired includes the ability to change. Consider one unhealthy habit then begin imagining that picture-reel of you changing. Your mental pictures will help you overcome your adversities.Visual creative context to reduce issues from negative, avoidant, aversive, or defensive behaviors from discriminative or evaluative sensitivities.