Advanced mindTV

Three visualization exercises you and your child can have fun with

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3:09 | Mind Room

Visit the control center of the mind offering endless possibilities to turn down anything bad and turn up anything good.

Good to know
Mind Room is a great tool that can be used in almost any area of your child’s life. To keep it simple the cartoon shows dials. Feel free to also use buttons, switches, levers etc.
Getting it right

After finding, removing and replacing a bad feeling you can use the Mind Room to cross check for or reinforce positive changes.

Many children have made it into a habit and visit their Mind Room daily. Others use it before school, sleep or sports.

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3:06 | Black Rubbish Bag

Help your child collect and dispose of troubling thoughts, negative images, disturbing noises or annoying smells.

Good to know
The Black Rubbish Bag integrates all five senses and is great for getting rid of all kinds of unpleasant pictures in their head, objects in their body, bad smells in their nose, mean words or disturbing noises in their ears.
Getting it right

After finding, removing and replacing a bad feeling you can use the Black Rubbish Bag to cross check for or reinforce positive changes.

It can become a daily routine before sleep to remove any mental rubbish collected during the day. Or it can be used sporadically whenever your child feels it’s time to get rid of mental rubbish.

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3:59 | Sensory Room

Regulate the sensitivity level of your child’s senses and remove possible trigger pictures keeping their bad feeling alive.

Good to know

The main goal of the Sensory Room is to find out if there is a connection between your child’s bad feeling and their senses. If there is, then to bring the sensitivity level of their sensory organs back into balance and to remove possible trigger pictures that may reactivate unwanted feelings.

It doesn’t matter where your child feels their Sensory Room is located inside their body. Whatever they feel is right.

The Sensory Room can be applied for a wide range of topics including fears, clumsiness, speech difficulties, concentration, picky eating and any issue in some way connected to eyes, ears, nose, mouth or skin.

Getting it right

The Sensory Room is typically applied after finding, removing and replacing an unwanted bad feeling. This fun visualization exercise can ‘seal the deal’ and help make sure bad feeling doesn’t return.

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mindTV for Parents

Find more visualization concepts for a range of topics children deal with including school, sleep and habits

mindTV for Pros

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Advanced mindTV

Three visualization exercises you and your child can have fun with

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3:09

Mind Room

Visit the control center of the mind offering endless possibilities to turn down anything bad and turn up anything good.

Good to know
Mind Room is a great tool that can be used in almost any area of your child’s life. To keep it simple the cartoon shows dials. Feel free to also use buttons, switches, levers etc.
Getting it right
After finding, removing and replacing a bad feeling you can use the Mind Room to cross check for or reinforce positive changes. Many children have made it into a habit and visit their Mind Room daily. Others use it before school, sleep or sports.
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3:06

Black Rubbish Bag

Help your child collect and dispose of troubling thoughts, negative images, disturbing noises or annoying smells.

Good to know
The Black Rubbish Bag integrates all five senses and is great for getting rid of all kinds of unpleasant pictures in their head, objects in their body, bad smells in their nose, mean words or disturbing noises in their ears.
Getting it right
After finding, removing and replacing a bad feeling you can use the Black Rubbish Bag to cross check for or reinforce positive changes.

It can become a daily routine before sleep to remove any mental rubbish collected during the day. Or it can be used sporadically whenever your child feels it’s time to get rid of mental rubbish.

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3:59

Sensory Room

Regulate the sensitivity level of your child’s senses and remove possible trigger pictures keeping their bad feeling alive.

Good to know

The main goal of the Sensory Room is to find out if there is a connection between your child’s issue and their senses. If there is, then to bring the sensitivity level of their sensory organs back into balance and to remove possible trigger pictures that may reactivate unwanted feelings.

It doesn’t matter where your child feels their Sensory Room is located inside their body. Whatever they feel is right.

The Sensory Room can be applied for a wide range of topics including fears, clumsiness, speech difficulties, concentration, picky eating and any issue in some way connected to eyes, ears, nose, mouth or skin.

Getting it right

The Sensory Room is typically applied after finding, removing and replacing an unwanted bad feeling. This fun visualization exercise can ‘seal the deal’ and help make sure an issue doesn’t return.

Getting warmed up?

There’s a lot more mindTV for you to discover

mindTV for Parents

Find more visualization concepts for a range of topics children deal with including school, sleep and habits

mindTV for Pros

Check out our training program and become a mindTV Coach. We confidently call it the best job in the world