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A Solution to Problems with Law of Attraction and Affirmations

January 26th, 2009 by Admin | 1 Comment | Filed in Uncategorized

Despite focused and excellent work using positive affirming techniques taught in books and films, about the Law of Attraction, affirmations, positive prayer, etc., many people are hampered from achieving the success they desired due to their unwanted negative emotions and thoughts.

The successful use of vision boards and envisioning techniques demonstrates how important the perception of vision is to attaining success. Sixty percent of the space of the normal brain is dedicated to the perception of vision. Human beings are visually oriented.
Negative emotions and reactions to what a person perceives in daily life may prevent successful achievement of one’s goals. The daily visual experiences of a healthy normal sighted person account for more memories being accessed and restimulated including negatively that the other senses combined.

Thus a person’s visual experiences can both help or undermine success.

There is a new and easy way to deal with subconscious beliefs, and negative unwanted emotions, especially those that are visually triggered.

Sag Harbor Bridge Sunset

Can this image help you be happier and more successful?

Awakened Vision is a new discovery that combines cutting edge science and ancient spiritual wisdom through The Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art. This unique contemporary art provides new visual memories that the brain uses, which actually add the experience of seeing more energies to your life as an ongoing, now and everywhere experience.

Our eyes already perceive these energies. However, until now our brains have lacked a way to decode this information. Ninety percent of the perception of vision happens in the brain as it decodes impressions of light received from the eyes.

Emotions and thoughts are energies. This was shown in Yale almost 30 years ago and continues to be shown on MRI and other equipment today. When the brain has the visual memories necessary to “see” (decode) memories of emotions as energy, rather than as significances or concepts, such as beliefs and emotions, a person feels tremendous relief.

For instance, a pile of unpaid bills becomes a simple pile of papers rather than a nightmare that radiates fear, confusion, feelings of worthlessness, etc. The sight of a simple object is easily decoded by the brain without experiencing conscious or unconscious emotional references to other similar past objects that may have negative thoughts or emotions from other past experiences.

Doubt, fear, and other negative emotions and thoughts, both conscious and unconscious can inhibit our prayers, affirmations and work with the Law of Attraction. These negative thoughts may be unconsciously restimulated by what we see and experience in our environments.

If you have ever looked at someone or something and thought, “That reminds me of…” you have experienced the brain’s effort to decode the perceptions of light it receives from the eyes. This decoding process, of comparing memories is 90% of the perception of vision. Many memories used during the process are or have emotional energy.

When a person sees the world with Awakened Vision the brain continues to acquires a collection of new memories of the visual energy that is everywhere. When it has a sufficient store of these memories the brain can “see” emotions as energy, thus decoding them as perceptions rather than content or meaning.

This means that the amount of unwanted negative emotions and reactions that a person experiences in daily life is dramatically lessened. They seem to be “lifted” or “disappear”.

The Art of Seeing The Divine, Book 1—What Do You See by Judy Rey Wasserman is a lot like a private seminar and coaching sessions in book format. It includes unique, specially developed Visual Exercise/Experiences that use Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art. These help a person consciously focus and create memories that are necessary to gain Visual Awakening.

The Visual Exercise/Experiences are fun and easy. Anyone who can read the words of this article on a PC monitor has everything necessary to attain success with the The Art Of Seeing The Divine e book..

You can discover more at The Art of Seeing The Divine web site. There is even a free 30+ page booklet that explains more. The booklet includes samples of the Visual Exercise/Experiences.

Why not gain the full rewards of your positive faithful efforts to gain the life you want? Check out the relief, emotional freedom and greater success that can easily be yours by gaining Awakened Vision.
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Judy Rey Wasserman is an artist and the founder of Post Conceptual Art theory and also the branch known as UnGraven Image Art. Download a free copy click: Manifesto of Post Conceptual Art– A Painting’s Meaning is Inherent in its Stroke.

Check out the limited and open edition prints in the estore.
Follow her on Twitter at @judyrey .]

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Relief from Traumatic Memories by Playing Tetris and Seeing Energy Images

January 12th, 2009 by Admin | 1 Comment | Filed in Uncategorized

Another neurological research study indicates that our brains will decode disturbing images and unwanted negative emotions as energy if provided with visual images of energy.

Early-stage work by Oxford University psychologists suggests playing ‘Tetris’ after traumatic events could reduce the flashbacks experienced in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

The researchers report in PLoS ONE that healthy volunteers, playing ‘Tetris’ soon after viewing traumatic material in the laboratory reduced the number of flashbacks to those scenes in the following week. They believe that the computer game may disrupt the memories that are retained of the sights and sounds witnessed at the time, and which are later re-experienced through involuntary, distressing flashbacks of that moment.

Other researchers have shown that memories and emotions are both energy. Science has been able to actually measure and show the brain’s energy for over thirty years through various brain scanning and imaging equipment.

Ninety percent of the perception of vision occurs in the brain as it decodes the impressions of light that it receives from the brain. For healthy, normal humans vision is the predominant sense, as sixty percent of brain space is dedicated to it.

When the eyes send images of energy, which the game of Tetris simulates the brain can use those images to help decode other impressions, including disturbing ones that the individual is working to resolve and assimilate.

The study by Oxford University psychologists continues. I t could inform new clinical interventions for use immediately after trauma to prevent or lessen the flashbacks that are the hallmark symptom of PTSD. Existing approved treatments can only be provided once PTSD has become established.

‘This is only a first step in showing that this might be a viable approach to preventing PTSD,’ says Dr Emily Holmes of the Department of Psychiatry at Oxford University , who led the work. ‘This was a pure science experiment about how the mind works from which we can try to understand the bigger picture. There is a lot to be done to translate this experimental science result into a potential treatment.’

The psychologists rely on three elements. First, they consider the mind to have two separate types of thought: one is sensory and deals with the direct perceptual experience of the world; the other is conceptual and draws meaning and narrative from experiences to give them context. For example, when looking at Word Art the image (colors, design, size) or the work presents a perceptual experience, but the meaning of the words presents a conceptual experience.

For psychologists there appear to be limits to our abilities in each stream: it is difficult to hold a conversation while doing math problems, for example.

Playing a game like Tetris gives a individual perceptual experience with energy like images. When the brain sees other energy filled images, such as memories that are charged with the energy of emotion, it can then decode this as sensory instead as conceptual information.

Although playing Tetris is fun, and the study’s findings point to success for recent traumatic visual events, early adopters are discovering other energy filled images can be just as effective while addressing both recent and past memories.

Judy Rey Wasserman’s new and emerging Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art theory is focused on the stroke, which always depicts energy. When a brain has seen enough of these images it begins to decode memories that contain unwanted or negative emotions as visual energy, rather than conceptual information of anger, self pity, fear, or other negative ideas and emotions.


Can looking at larger versions of this image help free a person from unwanted emotions from traumatic and unresolved events? SEE MORE!

The Art of Seeing The Divine – Book 1. What Do You See? is a new e book that reveals more about how a person can easily gain an enhanced vision that includes actually seeing more energy through an illustrated program of Visual Exercise/Experiences using art. There’s also a introductory free booklet for the Art of Seeing The Divine, which includes information and visual exercises to create needed memories.

These new visual memories of energy are used by the brain to decode memories that may include unwanted emotions. This results in more clarity, emotional freedom and success.

Images of artwork and investment quality, signed limited edition prints are available at both the Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art web site and at The Art of Seeing The Divine web site.

While research continues to add evidence for the brain’s capacity to interpret negative emotions as simply perceptions of energy people are finding relief now by providing themselves with easy, fun, and painless ways to provide their brains with the necessary visual images of memories through games like Tetris and viewing Judy Rey Wasserman’s Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art.
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Judy Rey Wasserman is an artist and the founder of Post Conceptual Art theory and also the branch known as UnGraven Image Art. Download a free copy click: Manifesto of Post Conceptual Art– A Painting’s Meaning is Inherent in its Stroke.

Check out the limited and open edition prints in the estore.
Follow her on Twitter at @judyrey .]

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Landscapes Can Improve Cognition and Short Term Memory

January 9th, 2009 by Admin | 1 Comment | Filed in Uncategorized

Businesses, schools, homes for the elderly, and many offices could benefit the people who visit or work in them by having images of natural scenes decorating their walls. Is it possible that we can all improve our cognitive performances by displaying images of natural environments on our homes?

New studies again show that vision, and what one sees strongly impacts memory and cognitive ability.

At two studies conducted at the University of Michigan , Marc G. Berman and colleagues tested the effect of a walk’s scenery on cognitive function ( Berman, Jonides & Kaplan, 2008 ; PDF ).

In the first study participants were given a 35 minute task involving repeating loads of random numbers back to the experimenter, but in reverse order. After this special task in cognitive psychology the subjects went for a walk. One group walked around an arboretum and while the other walked down busy city streets. Both groups were tracked with GPS devices.

The memory tests were repeated upon their return.

The results showed that the test group which took a walk in the tree lined natural surroundings improved in memory performance by almost 20% The subjects who walked in the busy urban scene did not improve to a reliable extent.

The arboretum is located in the City, near the university as the selected urban street. Thus the traffic sounds, sirens and noise were similar. Being outside on the same day within walking distance the groups experiences the same weather, and many of the same scents.

Judy Rey Wasserman’s
Summer Tree Aleph

What differed significantly was what each group perceived visually.

Judy Rey Wasserman’s
Fall Tree Aleph

The second study honed in on that difference. This time participants remained in the lab. One group of participants was shown images of natural scenes of trees and fields while others looked at urban images of lampposts and streets.

Then they were again tested in relation on short term memory retention using random numbers.

Once again the study subjects who were exposed to the images of natural environments of trees and fields showed marked improvement over the other study group; however, the improvement was slightly less.

In the second study participants weren’t even allowed to leave the lab but instead some stared at pictures of natural scenes while others looked at urban environments. The improvements weren’t quite as impressive as the first study, but, once again, the trees and fields beat the roads and lampposts.

These results replicated a previous study by Berto (2005) , which concluded that just viewing pictures of natural scenes positively effected cognitive function. This study noted that an individual’s performance was soon restored by picture of trees, fields and hills, but not by streets, industrial units or even complex geometric patterns.

Clearly, our environments influence us visually. We can influence our own lives, and those of our family, friends, clients, customers and teammates by displaying images that do more than decorate. Once again, proof that art can change lives. Art can enhance brain functioning.

For information on how a new kind of art can easily and effectively change your life click here to download a free booklet.
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Judy Rey Wasserman is an artist and the founder of Post Conceptual Art theory and also the branch known as UnGraven Image Art. Download a free copy click: Manifesto of Post Conceptual Art– A Painting’s Meaning is Inherent in its Stroke.

Check out the limited and open edition prints in the estore.
Follow her on Twitter at @judyrey .]

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How Awakened Vision Can Transform Your Life

January 3rd, 2009 by Admin | No Comments | Filed in Uncategorized

If you can read this message on your screen you can easily and painlessly transform your life.

Imagine if instead of having experiences of past upsets, (negative emotion) flit below your consciousness — or come up to consciousness these feelings were simply understood as basic, benign energy by your brain. Imagine the freedom of experiencing less negativity, doubt, fear, anger, etc.For spiritual and religious people, imagine if you were aware of seeing the Words of God, everywhere, now and always — not theoretically, but because you are actually seeing more energies! How would you feel? More peaceful? Inspired? Happier?

These results can easily be yours. While it may seem or feel like a miracle, there are actual scientific explanations for how you can easily gain enhanced vision and how that will transform your life.

Several amazing discoveries occurred when ancient spiritual wisdom (that is also Bible based ) was applied in a new form of art known as Post Conceptual UnGraven Image. This new art has an impact on vision and how one actually sees the world. This then impacts one’s visual memories resulting in greater emotional freedom from unwanted negative feelings and thoughts.

These discoveries were then found to be science based, according to neuroscience, medical science, and elementary physics.

While the results for one’s life may seem like a miracle, they can be gained by “normal” people easily and effectively if they can read this text (in English) on a screen. [Note: “normal” means people who have medically termed normal eyesight with or without corrective lenses, and who also have healthy brains and eyes. Currently the information is only available in English, through an e book and booklet, and artwork that can be collected.]

A normal person’s vision can be actually enhanced — changed — to see more of the energies in the physical universe. These energies, or essences are everywhere.

Basically, the new Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art depicts more of these energies, which are revered by many spiritual people as the very words of the Creator. The art is a new vision for the brain, which is always eager to gain distinctly new perceptual memories.

We have all experienced looking at someone or something and thinking it reminds us of something else. That is being conscious of the brain’s decoding process.

The brain uses visual memories to decode the impressions of light received from they eyes. Ninety percent of visual perception occurs in the brain as it decodes impressions received from the eyes by using visual memories.

The eyes already see more energies, but the brain has few if any memories it can use to decode or make relevant sense of the information. The understandings of how visual perception can change and brains can expand with additional information comes from recent scientific discoveries about neuroplacticity and vision.

The experience of seeing more of the energies is especially relevant for spiritual people. Many faiths, including Christians and Jews of all branches and denominations, believe that the basic energy and pre-matter of the world (as in string, M, and quantum theories) are the words (actually the letters of the words) of the Creator. These original letters are also binary (again a scientific corollary) and as such also refer to important concepts in most of the world’s faiths and paths.

For spiritual people seeing more of the essences — the energies, which are the Words of the Divine, everywhere always is an immensely comforting, inspiring and life transforming experience.

And God said, “Let there be light…”

Yet, there is more. Possibly the best is yet to come.

Neuroscience has proven and can now measure how emotions and thoughts are energy.

Something more amazing and wonderful occurs after you have fully gained the ability to see more of the energies whenever and wherever you look. You begin to experience far less negativity and unwanted feelings and thoughts in daily life.

Here is why:

The brain continues to collect more visual memories of the energies through both the images of art that continue to be purposefully used and from one’s daily experience. Finally the brain has enough visual memories of the energies (essences).

Next, the brain begins to simply decode memories of emotions (including unwanted, unresolved and negative emotions) as energy. These emotions are associated or attached to visual memories that the brain uses to decode impressions of a daily basis. [Note: more about how this works is explained in both the book and booklet. ]

Finally, you can easily experience greater freedom from unwanted or negative emotions and thoughts as you go through your days. Of course, anyone can always decide to be upset or focus on things that seem upsetting. But, at least it upsetting memories from what is seen will have lessened or ceased. Sixty percent of the brain is dedicated to the perception of vision, to this can be quite a relief!

Through easy and fun Visual Exercise/Experiences that are in The Art of Seeing the Divine Introductory Booklet, you will gain visual memories that your brain can use to decode the impressions of more of the energies that your eyes already see. You do not experience seeing these energies now as your brain has not built up specific memories of them.

Judy Rey Wasserman’s Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art helps people to see the world—actually see it — in a new way. You’ll see everything that you see now. You’ll just see more. This is enhanced vision.

The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. ~Aristotle

There has never been a program or information like this before. This is a brand new discovery. It is the result of how a new kind of artwork (Post Conceptual UnGraven Image) impacts human vision.

This new way of seeing compliments your faith, consciously held beliefs and other personal motivation and improvement programs.

This special 30 + page booklet includes bonuses of the unique Visual Exercise/Experiences. These help you create and build new visual memories by looking at art.

There is only one way to discover if it you can change how you see the world, easily and effectively. Try it out. That’s why this 30 + page booklet is free. So you can try it out without cost or obligation.

Simply fill in your primary email address in the purple rectangle in the left hand column. A link to the download of the exciting, life transforming and easy to do e booklet will quickly be sent to you. Begin today! [Note: we will never share your info. The newsletter is sent about once a month. You can easily opt out.]

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