What is Power-Imagery Really All About?

Life is short and most of us want to make the most of it. That includes feeling on top of our game no matter where we are and what we are doing with other people. Using imagery exercises can get you there, but your Power-Imagery Partners have spent many years developing a specific way to use imagery to enhance our ability to create changes in our lives—in other words to become more powerful in taking charge of our lives. So it follows that we call this the Power-Imagery Program. It teaches you to become aware of the choices you make each and every day. Those choices will become increasingly intentional, and they will become stronger. Of course, we often make choices concerning what we will and will not do and yet despite our good intentions, we simply do not follow through on them. In that case, we don’t create the changes we want to happen. The Power-Imagery Program—that is otherwise knows as PIP, reveals your strengths and weaknesses in your ability to make powerful changes in your life through completing a brief online assessment. The findings form the basis for selecting the imagery exercises that will allow you to complete the 3-step 21-day process for becoming more powerful.

Someone once described the program this way:
For me, the Power-Imagery Process has proven to be a life transforming experience rooted in simplicity. I truly have power over my own life now. I had it all along and just didn’t realize it until now. ~ Jeronimo Saldana

See more of these “PIP Tales” on our website http://www.powerimagery.com. All of this for $29.95—give it a try and see for yourself. In case you are thinking that a 21-day process would take up too much time in your busy life, we can assure you that after the 10-minute assessment, your exercises will only take a few minutes each day. Of course, if you wish, we give you the option to read and print out more information about PIP as you move through the process. And you will have access to the program for 90 days so you can review your exercises or print them out along with other materials to teach you more about our ideas of what the relationship of power and imagery is all about.  Go for it!