". . . compassion is a necessary condition in the teacher/student relationship for a movement toward learner autonomy to be possible, not to mention a healthy communicative learning environment. I then stated that 'creative visualization' practices could be helpful in bringing about compassion, . . ." (apcampbell|Empathy and Compassion in the Classroom)
:: note :: . . . we practise creative visualization in drama class often . . . students respond to the the stillness and the image . . . we call it working the imagination muscle . . . it has a physical (relaxation/health), creative (imaginative/focus),& spiritual (awarness) component . . . it is meditation, visualization & prayer . . . the human condition . . .