3 Steps to a New Beginning Using Imagework
Do the words “difficult times” “turning points” and “new beginnings” ring a bell? Are you feeling stuck or burnt out, facing difficult changes, or simply yearning for something you can’t imagine having?
In You Are What You Imagine, Dr. Glouberman will show you how to use imagework in a 3 step process. Slowly, you’ll come to the realisation that you can:
• Recognise the catalyst that will start you moving in a new direction
• Get a vision of the future that would be right for you
• Find your way forward to a new beginning
Dina will take you by the hand and guide you chapter-by-chapter through a series of practical exercises, including working with imagery, visualisation, meditation and journaling. This delightful book is full of stories and “spiritual gym” imagery exercises to encourage and inspire you. Based on Dr Dina Glouberman’s successful 3-step approach to new beginnings, the process is illustrated with quotes and accounts from interviews with prominent figures, including: Chad Varah, founder of the Samaritans, Gabrielle Roth, Five Rhythms creator, actor Michael York and poet and men’s movement founder Robert Bly. This book will give you the imagework tools you need to find your way forward, and stay on track for the rest of your life.
Watch this short video where Dina explains the importance of imagework, and how images can cut through your noisy thoughts to a fresh, intuitive self.
About Dina Glouberman
Dr Dina Glouberman is a world expert in the creative imagination and imagework. She is the visionary co-founder of Skyros Holistic Holidays, in Greece, Thailand, Cambodia, and Cuba, author of the classic books Life Choices, Life Changes and The Joy of Burnout and an international trainer, coach and psychotherapist. She has been a pioneer for over 30 years in creating, teaching, and practicing the use of Imagework, the groundbreaking process that harnesses the imagination to guide our lives and create positive life choices and profound life changes. Find out more at www.dinaglouberman.com