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Visualization Techniques: 5 Golden Ring Visualization Exercises

I’d like to share with you these 5 Gold Ring Visualization Techniques that I use and share almost every day, to help clients and myself solve problems and improve health, safety and relationships.  If you like these visualization techniques or have any favorites yourself, please leave a comment below!

While my main focus is usually sharing Reality Dynamics List affirmations, sometimes you need to solve a problem more quickly.  When pen and paper is not around, we recommend you use a visualization, and these 5 Golden Ring Visualizations are quick, easy to use, versatile, and very beneficial.

Visualization Techniques #1: Healing Shin Splints 

The first visualization I use on an almost daily basis is the golden ring.  Believe it or not, I use this visualization exercise in many different ways, but I use this especially for healing shin splints!  When I run, which is almost daily, I sometimes feel a shin splint coming on, and I quickly visualize a gold ring around my shin.  Almost immediately the pain subsides.  The next thing I know I find myself running up the trail, easily, quickly and comfortably!  This is contrary to the year that I didn’t know this visualization, when I wasn’t able to run at all, and I had to wait almost six months for my shin splints to heal.  What a benefit!

Visualization Techniques #2: Healing Headaches

The next way that I use the gold ring for is for healing headaches!  Sometimes I feel a headache coming on, and I immediately do a guided imagery exercise where I place a gold ring around the top part of my head.  Imagine placing the gold ring in the same position as you would place a crown on your head, but have it out and away from your head about an inch or so.  This visualization technique is often enough to stop a headache immediately!

Visualization Techniques #3: Benefiting Others

The third way that I use the gold ring is to benefit others.  Often when I see someone on the street corner, begging for money, I will visualize drawing a gold ring around them.  I know this mini visualization mediation will benefit them in a positive way, likely even more than giving them money.

Visualization Techniques #4: Protection or Staying Safe, For Yourself & Others

The fourth way that I use the gold ring is for safety.  –I have placed this visualization in position number 4, and yet it really should be number one.  If you are walking down the street, and you don’t feel safe, visualize a gold ring around yourself.  Also, if other cars are getting too close to you when you’re driving in traffic, place a gold ring around your car.  If there have been break-ins in your neighborhood, and you are concerned for the safety of your family or the contents of your home, put a gold ring around family members and around your home.  Immediately you will experience a change.  The stranger will move away, or the car will move back.  You and your loved ones will be safe, and once again you can feel more calm, relaxed and safe and secure.

Visualization Techniques #5: Anger Management, Stress Reduction & Improving Relationships

The last but not least recommended I use of the golden ring visualization technique for anger management and improving relationships.  (I.E., Stress reduction!)  When you are in a situation where you find yourself angry with another person, or if they are interacting with you in an emotional or angry way, visualize a gold ring around them.  Not only will this help to calm them down, but you will feel calmer also.  The interaction will become more positive, or it will just go away.

Stay tuned for more Visualization Techniques and even a Guided Imagery Meditations, as well as Mind Frames Tidbits and Reality Dynamics List wordings!  For more information about all of our classes, please see our Theta Mastery page.

Please note that none of our visualizations techniques are meant to replace medical treatment.  Please consult your own doctor regarding any of your health concerns.

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