The Unforgettable Image, Part Five

Here’s the conclusion to Lee Stoops’ great series on The Unforgettable Image. Hope you’ve enjoyed it and Lee, thank you so much! It was a real pleasure having you. Identification of Meaning’s Roots, Planting Your Own Think of an unforgettable image. You don’t need to go re-read the scene right now – I’m banking onContinue reading “The Unforgettable Image, Part Five”

The Unforgettable Image, Part Four

Here’s the next installment from Lee Stoops. Been a crazy week, so apologies for the delay in posting! Building the Case for Changing the Way We Think  We need to make sense of our perceptions. Imagination is the core of our human experience. It’s how we build memories and process. I’m not talking about imaginationContinue reading “The Unforgettable Image, Part Four”

The Unforgettable Image, Part Three

Lee Stoops is back for week 3 of guest blogging:  Understanding the Science of Imagination and Memory  Memory and imagination are interchangeable in a way because of the way they inform one another. This is especially true in storytelling. And it’s kind of like a closed loop, a Mobius strip, with no clear chicken orContinue reading “The Unforgettable Image, Part Three”

imagine that!

How good is your imagination? Did you ever imagine riding a moose in a river or lake? Why not? I mean, come on, Teddy Roosevelt actually did it (not photoshopped according to History.com and Life Magazine) and you didn’t imagine it? Me neither! But then, I would have gone to the hospital if someone shot me.Continue reading “imagine that!”