Piercing Cultural Hegemony


Guided Imagery's meditative practice, or daydreaming, has rewards, especially with extended practice.

The Cyclops analogy healed the damage done by cultural hegemony. Once the Cyclops was ‘unbound,’ it encouraged the development of alternative perspectives and thoughts, which were subsequently actualized.

By altering mental imagery, coping skills increased to combat distressing events and intense feelings of hopelessness associated with the African American experience.

A positive psychology took root where artistic ability flourished.

As a dramatist, illustrator, graphic designer, modeler, storyteller, webmaster, architect, and builder, Plays, comic books, graphic novels, portraits, architectural designs, and constructions became avenues to express an inner reality quite different from what could be physically seen.