At mindTV we let children describe what blocks, frightens or troubles them, holds them back or makes them sad. It’s fascinating what they visualize.
A blue, icy cold snowflake in the heart. We let it melt and with the melt water we water a beautiful orange tree.
Barbed wire in both knees. With a file we file away the sharp barbs, pull out the wire and apply pain-relieving lotion.
Ants in the feet – a fear that her parents will not come back. With a magic vacuum cleaner she sucks them all out.
Hate toward school
His central computer has a virus. It’s removed and replaced with high performance hardware and fiber optics.
Her jealousy of her younger brother looks like brown scales on her feet. We stand in a lake and bring it back to the fish.
In her head she sees a huge mess. She grabs one end of the mess, pulls it all out like a string and burns it.
In his forehead he sees an old, beat-up, slow tractor. We instead build a fast, shiny Letter-Ferrari.
Fear of suffocating
He describes this feeling of not being able to swallow or breathe as thick slime in his throat. We suck it all out.
He describes the pressure of having to go to school as a heavy concrete shoe on his stomach. He throws it out the window.
Unique concepts, trainings and tools based on guided visualization