Archetypal Imagery and the Spirit Self: Techniques for Coaches and Therapists
Archetypal Imagery and the Spiritual Self: Techniques for Coaches and Therapists, by Annabelle Nelson, fills a gap of how to be spiritual and emotionally healthy at the same time. For coaches and therapists, as well as spiritual seekers the book shows how to open the mind to be wise. A person who has wisdom has a spacious mind that is both spiritual and emotionally healthy. Annabelle Nelson’s book will help coaches, therapists and spiritual seekers to…
– Learn models of the mind to open the unconscious to the spiritual Self
– Understand pointers for imagery and intuition
– Visualize emotions in the body
– Take quizzes and read stories and case studies to choose an archetype
– Visualize the archetype to release emotions
– Be wise, spiritual and emotionally healthy with a spacious mind
Living the Wheel: Working with Emotions, Terror and Bliss with Imagery
This book helps one move beyond psychological denial so that emotional healing of the unconscious mind can begin. This is the first step in opening the mind to merge with the hidden spiritual self.Living the Wheel presents positive techniques for people who have gone beyond the first phases of spiritual work so they can deal constructively with the emotions that are often perceived as being “wrong” or “bad” for someone on this path. Published by Samuel Wesier, Inc.
Multicultural Learning and Curriculum Design
The Learning Wheel: Holistic and Multicultural Lesson Planning
All people learn in different ways and the wheel model of teaching and communication opens up all the senses. By using these methods the teacher, leader, trainer or communicator can tap into total dimension learning. Multicultural teaching! The wheel model functions by using art, movement, music, imagery, higher order thinking, cooperative learning and projects. Accelerate learning. For all ages and learning activities.
HIV StorybookIn answer to overwhelming demand, Dr. Annabelle Nelson has applied the Wheel Council learning model to HIV/AIDS. This sixteen-part lesson also covers relationship issues and self-efficacy to help young people understand the risks HIV presents and helps them make good decisions accordingly.
Angelica’s HopeAngelica’s Hope is a story for young people and their parents about the need to talk about things that no one wants to discuss. This story deals with difficult sexual issues including pregnancy, sexually transmitted disease, and HIV/AIDS.
Ricardo’s PainRicardo’s Pain is a story for kids and parents about staying strong, finding courage, and overcoming adversity. Peer pressure and drug abuse are the central themes of this fotonovela.
Storytelling PowerBookActivity workbook for substance abuse prevention with 27 lessons for young teens. Perfect for youth clubs, health classes, church programs, or for parents and grandparents.Features: Builds Strong Children! Information, problem solving skills, cultural pride & future goals, art, knowledge, role playing, drama & communication. Teens learn “I am somebody and I have somewhere to go.” Science based, statistically significant effects! Listed on the National Registry of Effective Prevention Programs (NREPP). Available in both English and Spanish.
The Storytelling Project (Facilitator's and Participant's Manuals)Storytelling is an ancient human technology used since the dawn of time to pass on values and culture and teach humans where they came from and where they are going. Stories give humans a sense of place and connect them to the human spirit which is the source of strength amidst the pain adversity, fragility and mysteries of life. All humans are storytellers and all humans have access to the mythic realm where stories originate.
The Storytelling Project is a series of 10 activities to help youngsters and adults alike to practice the oral traditions of storytelling through games, improve, learning the stages of stories and transforming a personal experience that was difficult, like as “test” into a story from the mythic realm. Helpers, archetypes and archetypal characteristics provide the template for stories. The participant manual designed for youngsters can be adapted for adults. End the activities with a storytelling concert by participants. Art activities, stories and stories which can be used as plays round out this dynamic activity vote.
Attention Deficit Disorder
Nelson-Burford, A. (1985). How to focus the distractible child. Saratoga, CA: R & E PublicationsA PDF format of this publication is available here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.
The English version of this publication is considered out of print and has limited availability. Websites such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble have limited availability of this title in their used book departments. The Spanish version is a current publication and can be found through the same sources.
Nelson, A. (1990). Curriculum design techniques. Dubuque, Iowa: Wm. C. Brown Publishers. (Also available in Spanish as Tecnicas de Diseno de Cuirricular)