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What is visual imagery?

Dr. Dawn Marcus
Neurologist

Visual imagery is a relaxation technique in which an individual imagines a calm, pleasurable scene or experience and focuses just on that image. If the mind wanders, the individual guides it back to focusing on the pleasurable image.

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