See yourself as you want to be and turn it into reality. By following the simple suggestions in this booklet, you can become the person you self-imaged:
- Know what you want to be.
- Know what you want to achieve.
- Each morning select one thing from your plan and visualize it as having been accomplished.
- Spend the remaining part of the day working at the one thing you have selected.
- Have a strong motivation to become your image.
- Don't ever be defeated by your discouragement. Just visualize harder. And more often.
[Jean also recorded a CD on this topic: http://www.wfscatalog.org/Self-Imaging-CD-CD111.htm.]
REVIEWS - What Members Have to Say:
Mtgrl: This is a really powerful booklet with seven wonderful exercises aimed at helping us improve our Self-Image. Self-imaging takes work on our part. It requires us to first figure out who we are and then decide who it is we want to be. We need to know what that woman looks like, what her qualities are. Once we know what we want and who we want to become, then we can focus on attaining it. The exercises in the book are very detailed and lead you through the process quite easily. Self-imaging is also a way for us to take a critical look at who we are now, which is always a little difficult and scary, but in the long run very helpful and liberating. The first few exercises help us get in touch with our own perceptions of ourselves and how we think others perceive us. Through this self-discovery process, much is revealed to us. After the self-examination, it’s time to put in action what we want. The last few exercises focus on my favorite part of the booklet, visualization work. One the tools Jean uses to achieve the self-image we want is visualization. With a few other tricks, Jean explains how you can really start changing your Self-Image! It’s amazing. This is one of many booklets available through WFS to help you on your New Life Journey. In the back of the booklet is a synopsis of the Women for Sobriety Program and a list of the 13 Statements. There is a brief biography of the founder, Dr. Jean Kirkpatrick.
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