Apart from humans, life doesn’t need words to exercise its vitality since it gets its information through each being’s physicality then takes it from there. With humans, however, life’s creativity need not only words, but images as well. These are the two primary forms of information manipulated by our imaginations—itself shaped by our heart’s accumulative content.
To connect to life’s innate creativity, we first need to open our minds to the idea that transforming reality is the biggest part of our humanity and of its immune system—that it is part of our need for self-actualization and health. In order to direct this creativity, conceptual and verbal techniques are necessary.
Just as with the successful application of any technique, the results will be sensual and not mechanical.