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Expand Your Vision Beyond Sight to Gain Clarity, Courage & Confidence

Denver, CO. July 1, 2021 – Multiple award-winning vision expert Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, is launching her latest book, Expand Your Vision: How to Gain Clarity, Courage, and Confidence next month on July 29th. Her first book, See it. Say it. Do it. Has helped millions of adults and children globally, using her unique visualization methods to […]

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Visit The Greatest Art Museum in the World!

I love summer…I love nature!  So how do I spend my summer days in Colorado?  Out in nature!   Nature provides the greatest art museum in the world…the colors, interactions, multi-sensory experience.  Just can’t beat it! Listen to my grand-daughter, Edina as she wraps up our hike to the top of the mountain.       […]

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How to Heal Through Visualization

Visualization has been our topic now (as you can see my passion!). Last week I interviewed my two grandchildren to discuss their perspectives about the power of visualization. View the Videos Here  This week you can listen to my friend, Sue Lee, about how she uses visualization.  Sue is the CEO of EQ Media, Inc. It’s […]

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How Do You Use Visualization?

Visualization has been the topic of the last several blogs on my website.  We’ve discussed the importance, process and tricks for utilizing visualization strategies. Now I’d like to hear from you!  HOW DO YOU USE VISUALIZATION? Do you use visualization for stress/anxiety? Do you utilize strategies for learning (reading, spelling, test preparation, math facts, creative […]

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Do It!

Do It! The sample organizational chart below is from the workbook, Organize It! The workbook is full of work planning sheets, calendars and motivational activities. It helps you organize your child’s daily routines including chores, homework and other activities. This eliminates those frustrations and arguing over doing and completing the tasks!  This chart can easily […]

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Say IT: A Declaration—Exclaim It

Say IT:  A Declaration—Exclaim It Purpose: Learn how to make a declaration. Instructions: Discuss a concern that you or your child brings up. It could be a school, work, family or sports situation. Take a few moments to let him see and feel himself in the scenario. What do you see in your imagination? (Allow plenty of […]

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Up, Up and Away: The Balloon Trip Visualization Activity

As we continue our journey through the See It. Say It. Do It! process, I would like to share one of my favorite visualization activities, The Balloon Trip. When my two daughters, Annie and Becky, were toddlers, we started taking “balloon trips” before bedtime. We’d snuggle together, shake out our “wiggles” and then started our relaxation […]

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The Power of Visualization 

The Power of Visualization  Dr. Lynn F. Hellerstein, O.D., FCOVD, FAAO Do you have test anxiety? Does your child lack self-esteem and confidence? Would you like to empower yourself to develop your strategies for success? Welcome to the world of visualization. This blog starts the conversation on what it is, how you use it, and […]

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Visualization for Kids – Increase Academic Success

Do you have students or children who struggle in school and have difficulty keeping up on schoolwork? Do you have students or children who are frustrated with reading, resist handwriting or timed tests? Did you know that… 1 in 4 school-aged children have visual problems Attention, behavioral or learning difficulties can often be dues to […]

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See It. Say It. Do It! Honored for Visualization for Kids

Thanks to Chris Leppak, assistant editor of the Intermountain Jewish News for a wonderful article honoring my book, See It. Say It. Do It!  The Parent’s & Teacher’s Action Guide to Creating Successful Students & Confident Kids. Chris writes, “The bottom line, the more developed a child’s imagination is,  and the clearer the imagination is […]

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