The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) uses the power of music to bring to life a therapeutic experience that is both unique and transformative. Imagine a difficulty that you are having and how many times you might have thought to yourself, "it's hard to put into words." This is often due to the fact that most of our greatest life traumas and challenges are hard to talk about, even hard to describe. We know we want them to change, but we don't always know what will help us get there. GIM allows you the opportunity to connect with the parts of yourself that are hard to put into words. It's safe and you are always in control.
You want to discover from within yourself what can make you feel well? You can do this. You want to release a trauma that you've had for days or years in a safe and successful way? You can do this. You want to change a long-standing or "stuck" pattern of thinking or behaving? You can do this. You want to connect with a deep rooted fear or sadness? You can do this. The list goes on and on. Anything that you want to change or heal from within can be accessed and addressed through imagery. And, as you experience profound and transformative healing during your imagery, you reap all the benefits as they continue to stay with you long after your GIM session. Imagery is not like thinking. When we think, our thoughts are filtered through our brain; when we experience imagery, our imagery is integrated into our bodies, our minds and our memories. It might sound like magic, but it's rooted in science. It's very predictable. You don't have to be interested in imagery for GIM to be effective. You don't have to be into anything, just open to the process and motivated to see change.
GIM has deep roots in the scientific study of altered states and the fascinating power of connecting with the wisdom from our bodies, our belief systems, our emotions and our minds.