There’ll be 144 packets of ten minutes in the next 24 hours.
Let me explain.
During the last year, I’ve poured a ton of time into learning as much as possible about the process of guided imagery.
This is where you’re encouraged as a listener to create pictures and experiences in your mind in response to words and music, aimed at bringing about some kind of positive outcome.
The process is also sometimes known as guided visualisation.
The claims for its effects are impressive.
It’s used to promote relaxation, lower blood pressure, and reduce stress.
Among other things, it also seems to help if people want to lose weight or stop smoking, for example.
Guided imagery can also be used as a way to manage pain and boost healing.
It therefore seemed to me that it might also have potential as a promoter of mental well-being, and that’s why I’m inviting you to join me for just one of your 144 ten-minute blocks today.
I think I’ve created something unique.
Clicking on the link below will take you to a short ten-item questionnaire. Check in with it, then you’ll be directly connected to a guided imagery session tailored to your answers.
Now I know this kind of thing won’t necessarily suit everyone, but why don’t you at least give it a try?
You’ve nothing to lose except ten minutes of your day.
And you do have another 143 of those at your disposal.
One small request, though.
Guided imagery definitely works best when you relax as you listen to it, so you’ll need to be somewhere comfortable, where you can close your eyes, and not be disturbed.
You and our other Moodnudges readers have been completely brilliant at engaging with my many emotional well-being experiments over the past few years.
I do have a strong feeling that this one might just be particularly significant, though.
Let me know what you think of it, please.