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Cleansing Imagery By Nancy Powers
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Creative Imagery By Linda Bennett
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Finding the right words can often be difficult. The law of attraction begins with stating what you want in the most positive manner possible. wether you are a practitioner of coaching or hypnotherapy... More > or seeking words for self inspiration these scripts are powerful.The scripts are beautifully inspiring, creative and comprehensive, and offer a wide variety of goals and tactics. The scripts are such you can simply read them from start to finish, straight off the page with no need for alteration; or one can improvise and add his or her own personal touch, knowing that the script will still lead the client or oneself in the right direction< Less
Creative Imagery By Linda Bennett
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Finding the right words can often be difficult. The law of attraction begins with stating what you want in the most positive manner possible. wether you are a practitioner of coaching or hypnotherapy... More > or seeking words for self inspiration these scripts are powerful.The scripts are beautifully inspiring, creative and comprehensive, and offer a wide variety of goals and tactics. The scripts are such you can simply read them from start to finish, straight off the page with no need for alteration; or one can improvise and add his or her own personal touch, knowing that the script will still lead the client or oneself in the right direction< Less
THERAPEUTIC IMAGERY WITH SUBSTANCE MISUSERS:A Practitioner’s Guide By Valerie Thomas
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This book offers a clear and comprehensive guide for practitioners who wish to draw on therapeutic imagery in their work with substance misusers. The approach and strategies described here are based... More > on the author’s many years of clinical practice in a wide range of drugs agencies. This book discusses the safe and effective use of imagery at different stages of the recovery journey. It explains how to draw on the powerful diagnostic capacity of images in therapeutic work with complex conditions, and it also identifies classic imagery patterns associated with specific drugs. It describes simple visualization procedures that can be used for ameliorating drug withdrawal symptoms and includes guided imagery scripts designed to promote recovery. It also discusses in detail how imagery can be used effectively in ongoing psychotherapy with substance misusers. The creative process of therapeutic imagery is illustrated throughout by case vignettes.< Less
THERAPEUTIC IMAGERY WITH SUBSTANCE MISUSERS:A Practitioner’s Guide By Valerie Thomas
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This book offers a clear and comprehensive guide for practitioners who wish to draw on therapeutic imagery in their work with substance misusers. The approach and strategies described here are based... More > on the author’s many years of clinical practice in a wide range of drugs agencies. This book discusses the safe and effective use of imagery at different stages of the recovery journey. It explains how to draw on the powerful diagnostic capacity of images in therapeutic work with complex conditions, and it also identifies classic imagery patterns associated with specific drugs. It describes simple visualization procedures that can be used for ameliorating drug withdrawal symptoms and includes guided imagery scripts designed to promote recovery. It also discusses in detail how imagery can be used effectively in ongoing psychotherapy with substance misusers. The creative process of therapeutic imagery is illustrated throughout by case vignettes.< Less
Quick Guide: Atlas Shrugged By College Guide World
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The book explores a dystopian United States where many of society's most productive citizens refuse to be exploited by increasing taxation and government regulations and go on strike. The refusal... More > evokes the imagery of what would happen if the mythological Atlas refused to continue to hold up the world. They are led by John Galt. Galt describes the strike as "stopping the motor of the world" by withdrawing the minds that drive society's growth and productivity. In their efforts, these people "of the mind" hope to demonstrate that a world in which the individual is not free to create is doomed, that civilization cannot exist where every person is a slave to society and government, and that the destruction of the profit motive leads to the collapse of society.< Less
Quick Guide: Speak By College Guide World
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“Speak” is often evaluated as a problem novel, or trauma novel. The story of the central character, Melinda, is written in the form of a diary. The plot of the story is nonlinear and the... More > narrative is often jumpy. The narrative seems to be mimicking the trauma that Melinda had faced. To enhance the effect of Melinda’s trauma, the author uses inter-textual symbolism in the narrative. Tale imagery has also been used highly effectively. “Speak” has won several prestigious literary awards. It has been translated into sixteen languages. Since there is the mature explicit content in the novel, it had to face censorship. Quick Guide: Speak Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
Quick Guide: The Red Badge of Courage By College Guide World
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The novel is known for its distinctive style, which includes realistic battle sequences as well as the repeated use of color imagery, and ironic tone. Separating itself from a traditional war... More > narrative, Crane's story reflects the inner experience of its protagonist—a soldier fleeing from combat—rather than the external world around him. Also notable for its use of what Crane called a "psychological portrayal of fear", the novel's allegorical and symbolic qualities are often debated by critics. Several of the themes that the story explores are maturation, heroism, cowardice, and the indifference of nature. The Red Badge of Courage garnered widespread acclaim—what H. G. Wells called "an orgy of praise"—shortly after its publication, making Crane an instant celebrity at the age of twenty-four. The novel and its author did have their initial detractors, however, including author and veteran Ambrose Bierce.< Less
The Kids' Guide To Writing Fiction By Laurisa White Reyes
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A fully interactive workbook on fiction writing for children and teens. Includes lessons on characterization, setting, plot, perspective, imagery and dialog, as well as selected classic short... More > stories by O. Henry, Edgar Allen Poe, Stephan Crane, and more.< Less