PURCHASE INFORMATION: It is our intention to point the way to what resources warrant a closer look; some old, some new. We are not a store but soon will be so please in the meantime go to your own outlet.

We are still refining our offering. Thank you for your patience. As we begin to develop our resource selection we want to prepare the ground and nurture the site slowly and organically – meaning naturally – as we listen and learn. Feedback is welcomed. We will strive not to add clutter to the landscape and hope to avoid confusing our guests as they peruse the site. Simple is better.

Guided Imagery Collective (GIC) approaches each product review through a lens. This might be akin to looking at a tapestry or carpet. First it's the overall experience of the product. The subtlety of how it feels, how it looks, what our expectations are around it; and is it congruent with its stated intentions described by its producers? We notice the textures and the threads and knotting because they become the essential components that deliver the healing alternative. These are metaphors for the pacing, voice, script, sound and guidance – the relaxation experience, the visualization experience, the moving towards healing experience. Even though purely subjective, we watch to follow the thread as a guide in moving thoughts or emotions or inner being from inside or outside as we experience the sound, words or symbols. As with any subjective medium we can only report our own experience and invite additional comments from the listeners. What isn’t subjective is the therapeutic modality that is the context from which the material is developed. When the techniques are readily definable we will share what we believe is the modality being shared. All that said, in the healing approach we are neutral regarding therapeutic modalities because as a very wise psychiatrist/psychologist said it is always about listening, the inner patient holds the key. We can only point to the door or the window. Sometimes they are both points of entry or exits.

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