Personal development pioneer and author Shakti Gawain has taught consciousness and awareness practices and workshops for over 25 years, facilitating individuals in developing balance, wholeness and greater awareness in their lives. A leader in the world consciousness movement, Gawain is an environmentalist who aligns personal consciousness with collective planetary awareness and balance.
Instigator of the creative visualization movement that has been used in the fields of education, creative arts, business, sports, and health, Gawain identifies creative visualization as an innately powerful process of conscious, positive meditation. Its effect is to dissolve internal barriers to natural harmony and self-realization, allowing the individual to manifest in their most positive aspect.
“Creative visualization is the technique of using your imagination to create what you want in your life. It is the basic creative energy of the universe. You use your imagination to create a clear image, idea or feeling of something you wish to manifest. The idea is like a blueprint; it creates an image of the form, which then magnetizes and guides the physical energy to flow into that form, and eventually manifests it on the physical plane,” writes Gawain.
Listening to one’s intuition as a guiding force leads to becoming a channel for the creative power of the universe. Acting on intuition, even if it goes against old belief systems, expectations and patterns can lead to personal fulfillment and creativity. Tapping into inner knowledge can enhance lives and can be used to attain goals. “If we learn to trust our intuitive inner knowingness, and live by it moment by moment, there’s an inner guidance and intelligence within us. It’s learning to determine what is your true intuitive voice and learning how to interpret it.”
Positive creative visualization creates situations and events that conform to our expectations. Thoughts and feelings have their own magnetic energy that draws energy of a similar quality. For more information on creative visualization contact Dr. Richard Browne at (305) 595-9500.