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Change your life in 5 minutes.

Byline: Carole Ann Rice

What are you dreaming of this Christmas? A platinum Am Ex card? A change of job/partner/life? Or just simple anything other than socks or bath cubes? Well Cinders you shall go to the ball and have riches, fulfilment and satisfaction beyond your wildest dreams.

No I don't have a magic wand but through creative visualisation you can achieve personal change in all aspects of your life. You can improve your health and well-being, boost your confidence and self-esteem and you can even unlock your spirituality and help you explore your full potential.

It's all comes about by using the power of your imagination to change those negative, limiting beliefs you hold about yourself into positive, life-enhancing images. With practice as your actions follow suit, says creative visualisation guru Rachel Charles, your relationships will improve, you will be able to achieve your goals and you can send healing messages to your body.

A practising counsellor trained in psychosynthesis and integrative psychotherapy, creative visualisation proved of particular personal value to Rachel Charles during her recovery from cancer. In her book on the subject Your Mind's Eye she provides simple step-by-step techniques and case studies to reveal how simple yet powerful these methods can be.

In short creative visualisation is presenting the mind and subconscious clear and positive images of where, why and what you want to be and through letting go of your own illusions, fears and psychological rackets you can achieve a clearer path to what you desire. The powder blue Porsche may have to wait but, who knows, after a bit of creative visualisation you may well find your own turbo powered wings.

Your Mind's Eye by Rachel Charles is published by Piatkus pounds 9.99 or try the British Association for Counselling on 01788 578328 Carole Ann Rice
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