https://jjv2c1.a2cdn1.secureserver.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Copy-of-Untitled-42-e1680887886963.png?time=1695833220 150 150 Ken Coscia https://jjv2c1.a2cdn1.secureserver.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/silva-logo-300x109.jpg Ken Coscia2023-04-07 17:15:252023-04-07 17:19:37Two Faculties Of Genius – Imagination And Visualization
A key component of the Silva Method coursework is to cultivate creative imagination and visualization so as to amplify the use of self-improvement tools as we learn during the immersion in Silva life and intuition system.
During the Silva Method courses, we define visualization and imagination differently than you might be familiar with from the everyday use of these terms.
Visualization refers to the process of recalling and replaying memories that involve all sensory modes. Visualization does not refer solely to mental picturing. When you are recalling auditory experiences, you are engaging sounds just as much as if you were recalling visual experiences.
Imagination refers to the process of creating new images or changing existing ones in some way. We can generate images that include all sensory modes: visual, auditory, olfactory, kinesthetic, and gustatory.