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  • Nicole explained to Stephanie on how to allow her minds to be free of the restraints of reality. Stephanie perfectly followed the instructions gave by her "imaginary friend".
  • First, find your comfortable position.
  • Second, close your eyes.
  • Third, relax your body. 
  • Then, focus on your breathing. Breathe in... breathe out...
  • Lastly, allow your mind to imagine...
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  • Pick a favorite place. It could be a garden, a waterfall, a room, or anything else. Now, go to that favorite place. Walk around slowly and notice the colors and textures around you. What do you see? ... What do you feel? ... What do you hear? ... What do you smell? Take your time while you walk around. Spend some time exploring each of your senses.
  • Enjoy the feeling of deep relaxation. When you are ready, gently open your eyes and come back to the present moment.
  • Stephanie got amazed by the wonderful things that she could be done through her imagination. She couldn't believe that she can make all things possible.
  • Wow! It's amazing! I can go to different places without a fare! or even go to the places that I've never been visited before!
  • Whoa! So you mean, I can also make my room become a battle ground, a forest, outer space, anything I want it to be?
  • Sure, you can, because those worlds are filled with many creatures and magical beings that make all things possible.
  • It's absolutely yes.
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  • However, she got little confused on how does it resolves her problem.
  • Oh, I remember that you'd said that it will help me to resolve my problem, right? I'm just wondering, how would it happen?
  • But how?
  • Yes, you can develop your reading comprehension skills by using your imagination. 
  • Creating visual images on your mind brings the text alive. Hence, you are going to make connections with your own experiences to produce images, so that you can deeply understand what you have read.
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