The Rebirth of The Sanguine
Alright alright! We’re back at it again with Sanguine Sundays. The beginning of the day was anything but Sanguine, however. I woke up in the late morning, feeling a little groggy from the powerful sleep supplement I used last night to fall asleep. In addition, my demeanor from the previous few days appeared to persist.
You see, in the second half of the washout (after the middle of last week) I started to become a little more lazy and uncaring about my interests. This includes both the special learning activity as well as those things related to the world of Mind’s Eye. One might even say I fell into a mini-rut over the past few days, as I was particularly unmotivated to even read/watch much related to Neville Goddard (which is a shocker to me as that’s the first time that happened since the beginning of this thread). I’m not exactly sure why this happened. Perhaps the monotony of the quarantine was getting to me?
Anyways, today I ran Rebirth + Sanguine, which made me feel a lot better once again. I am feeling a bit better than I did over the past few days. There’s still a lot of time left today and a lot more to read and learn, though, so I am going to do that!
To answer this more specifically, I would say that my visualization power has certainly grown during the washout. In my learning activities (which involve developing a memory technique that’s highly based around visualization), I have been able to utilize visualization to a greater extent and memorize things much more easily. For example:
- Optimistic or positive, especially in an apparently bad or difficult situation.
The way I remember this word’s meaning is this: Sanguine => Sang wine. There is a person whose skin throughout his entire body is red. He has a bit of wine (so next to him is a wine glass) and while drunk he is in a very upbeat, cheerful mood as he sang a song. As the outsider may infer, the visual and mnemonic techniques allow me to encode both meanings of the word sanguine!