Interview with conference speaker, Maureen Minnehan Jones – one of this year’s 2014 Great Valley Bookfest Authors. 

Maureen will be speaking at the Imagery International conference in October. The title of her presentation is The MO (Modus Operandi) Technique: Tap into Your into Your Inner Power to Heal

Interview below –

Maureen Minnehan Jones, RN
The MO (Modus Operandi) Technique: Tap into Your into Your Inner Power to Heal
Maureen Minnehan Jones is a Registered Nurse, Guided Imagery Practitioner, Holistic Healer, Author, and Speaker. Her book Wisdom to Wellness: Healing Your Emotional Sufferings so the Physical Healing Can Follow won the 2012 International Book Award in the self-help category.
It provides guiding examples of how true healing can happen. For those seeking freedom from the shackles of disease, this compassionate book reveals the author’s powerful healing technique, the MO (Modus Operandi) Technique. Working in tandem with traditional medicine, the MO Technique goes after the underlying emotional source of the disease .Through the use of her MO Technique, the meaning behind health challenges can be revealed and understood allowing healing to take place.
Steps to Release the Common Thread of Disease is Maureen’s audio companion for following the MO (Modus Operandi) Technique.
In her work, her goal is always to deepen the mind, body, spirit connection.
You can learn more about Maureen at her website:
How did you first discover, or become interested in, guided imagery?
At age forty-three, I experienced a devastating divorce, which catapulted me out of my ordinary life and into a remarkable journey of self-healing. After the divorce, I discovered a philosophy that transformed my life and launched a career of helping people with their struggles. Through a meditation, the MO (Modus Operandi) Technique was birthed, and I became empowered and connected with hope. Guided Imagery is part of the MO Technique, so I wanted formal training. I enrolled in the Beyond Ordinary Nursing program (BON), an innovative 4-phase, 108-hour certificate program that offered in-depth training and direct experience in Integrative Imagery. I have been using guided imagery and helping clients heal with the MO Technique for the last 18 years.
Do you use guided imagery in your professional work?
I use guided imagery every day in my Emotional Wellness practice. The MO (Modus Operandi) Technique uses guided imagery to tap into the soul’s wisdom so that the emotional sufferings or blocks of the ego may be transformed into personal power, love and knowledge that helps the physical body to heal on many levels. The MO Technique helps remove the negative emotional sufferings from the subconscious mind, instills positive emotions back into the super conscious mind and reprograms the conscious mind. It is this reprogramming of the three minds that is the key to making a lasting change. I also use the MO Technique for my own personal growth and healing.
What are three resources you would recommend to guided imagery professionals?
My personal website and book:
Guided Imagery and Beyond – Stories of Healing and Transformation by Susan Ezra, RN, HN-BC and Terry Reed, RN, MS, HN-BC
Glenda Cedarleaf ~
healthjourneys –