Creative Visualization

Morning Med; 1 19 19

Sat down to meditate, the thought came, you’ll get something at meditation class. This is it, would have liked something shorter.

In 1986 I did my first creative visualization journey. My brother-in-law introduced me to the experience. He had read about it in a book and assumed he was qualified. His introduction was, ” Hey, lets try this, this will be fun.” He was quite successful, but had no idea what to do with the aftermath.

In the journey, I entered a house, went down a hall and entered a room. I was to describe the room, the child I found there and share how I felt. It was not a pleasant experience. I saw a dirty, sad, stupid child, sitting on a hardwood floor, in an empty room like you would find in an abandoned house.

He was two or three years old and was in front of a dirty window. If he had been standing, he would have been tall enough to see out, but he was just sitting, staring towards a west wall.

My feelings towards the child were utter disgust and loathing, pretty much straight up hate. Say hello to, inner child.

Over the years I’ve decorated the room, hung curtains, painted and have made a lot of changes, but I found it to be more interesting to explore the innumerable other rooms that exist in the world of creative visualization.

Found an awesome stone meditation platform that overlooks a tropical forest and found that to be much more pleasant to spend my time there. I hadn’t spent any time in the, inner child room for quite a few years.

My wife and I are attending a meditation class on Sundays that uses creative visualization as an avenue for self discovery and change. At one point, during Sunday’s journey, we where supposed to meet ourselves, face to face.

Immediately I was standing in the doorway of that room.

What I saw was the bubbly face of our two year old granddaughter, alive, vibrant, happy, well. Then I realized, oh that’s me. Wow what a surprise. Well, hello inner child.

It’s been a slow journey to cultivate love for the child I was first introduced to. I am now grateful for the journey, for through it I can offer hope. This experience is a very small miracle in the grand scheme of things, but a grand one for me. Love is a life changing force, it is our core essence.

Sitting in meditation opens our heart to let it change our life.

No matter where we start from or how we see ourselves to be, there is hope.

We seem to be in an accelerated era of change, what has taken me half a lifetime to realize, can now be accessed and assimilated much more quickly. Change your beliefs.

We are packets of energy responding to how we see ourselves to be. The fact that we can veiw ourselves in so many ways reflects the creative force we are, We are 100% source energy.

We are……. write your own love story and share your love with the rest of us. Your successes are our successes. We are all one.

Author: Kevin Burleson

My wife Cheryl and I live in St. Joseph, Missouri. She is retired and watches three of our 12 grandchildren and 1 greatgrandchild. I work as a maintenance man at Highland Community College in Highland, Kansas. I have a BA in Art with an emphasis in ceramics. I am a second degree Reiki practitioner and BQH (Beyond Quantum Healing) practitioner. I started writing spiritual related posts in 2018 and started sharing them on a few different Facebook sites. This site is to consolidate and re-share them. It is also to share short stories based on images seen while in meditation. My hopes are that it will inspire others to use the powerful tool of visualisation to enhance their spiritual journey. Thank you.

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