II Past President, Susan Ezra, R.N. being interviewed by Sangeeta Agarawal from Helpsy on youtube:
This is a short video taken at the 2015 II Conference of Marjorie Khosrovi demonstrating for us a children’s rhyme she learned from her grandmother. It is so interesting because our morning session with Jann Fredrickson was on tapping and she was showing us the main points for tapping. This children’s rhyme mimics the primary tapping points! What a wonderful way to not only memorize the points but to do with children to comfort them. Thank you, Marjorie.
Click this link to view: https://youtu.be/X90F89T2dpo
Tallulah Lyons, MEd: Distilling the Magic from Dream Imagery
This is a video made of Tallulah's Power Point for her presentation Distilling the Magic from Dream Imagery, given at our 5th Annual Conference. It does not have audio but one image is worth a thousand words.
Rebecca Klinger submitted this video which beautifully illustrates the parts of us that are in conflict. Guided Imagery can help resolve the conflict by encouraging each PART to express it's wants and needs, then finding a solution that brings them into alignment with a greater good.
The Healing Power of Children's Imagination: Charlotte Reznick, Ph.D. at TedxTalks
Below is a TedxTalks video with long time Imagery International member, Charlotte Reznick, Ph.D. She gives specific strategies for using guided imagery with kids.
Evocative Guided Imagery with Marty Rossman, M.D.
Click the link below to see honorary Imagery International member, Marty Rossman, M.D. lead an audience at UCSF through an evocative imagery exercise. Close your eyes and be guided to gain access to a quality you would like to feel more of in yourself.
Belleruth Naparstek on Post Traumatic Stress – Episode 1 of a 7- episode series.
Below, Belleruth Naparstek, honorary Imagery International member and I.I.'s Imagery Person of the Year, 2009, is interviewed by Anne Basset on The Vineyard View, WMV TV, about her research and work in using guided imagery to help those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress.
Emmett Miller, M.D. on the Power of the Unconscious Mind
In this video honorary Imagery International member Dr. Emmett Miller speaks about the difference between the conscious mind and the unconscious mind. Visit his YouTube channel here for dozens of videos.
Imagery International Member Fania Chazen, LCSW, Presents
Bicho Papão (the name of my performance) is a Brazilian folk character. It literally means "animal that eats a lot." It is used to frighten children, as in, "If you don't listen to me, Bicho Papão will eat you up." The song at the beginning is a famous Brazilian lullaby in which the little girl is asked not to grow up lest she finds out that Life itself is her Bicho Papão.
The one-hour-show is a string of my personal life stories and Brazilian and Japanese folk stories sending the message that we can overcome the "bicho papao's " of our lives, or at least learn to live with them in peace by making healthy choices. :-)
2012 Annual Conference—Imagery and the Soul
Gerald Epstein, MD was selected as Imagery International's Imagery Person of the Year for 2011. At the 2012 conference, he accepted the honor and led us through a short mental imagery process—see video below. He is truly a gifted spiritual healer and scientist.
At the 2012 conference, Amrita Cottrell, our office manager, played her crystal singing bowls and sang to us before we went off to sleep Saturday night. Below is a video to give you a taste of what a moving experience it was. Amrita was also one of our speakers and gave a presentation titled, "Imagery and Music/Music and Imagery: A Psychoacoustic Music Exploration."
Below Amrita explains how the crystal bowls are made.
Member Glenda Cederleaf, MSW LCSW generously produced the video below to introduce Imagery International and the 2012 conference speakers.
2009 First Annual Conference—Riding the Tides of Change: Using Imagery as a Powerful Tool for Transformation in Good times and Bad
Below is a video from Imagery International's First Annual Conference, the theme of which was Riding the Tides of Change: Using Imagery as a Powerful Tool for Transformation in Good times and Bad. The country was coming through a serious financial recession and conference presenters offered ways to not only survive but thrive.