Summary and Info
(This is a review of the book "Practical Guide to Creative Visualization" by Denning & Phillips, paperback, 1983.)
There is quite a bit of fluff in this 211-page book. The "meat" of the book could have been told in about 50 pages, or even less. I would rate this book for beginners only, since you are not going to find much detailed instructions here. There is also some reference to other areas of psychic practices here and there, but again, not very substantial.
Some of the ideas and exercises given in this book about visualization seem strange and cumbersome, and I wonder if the authors ever had any success with them (if they even tried them).
The book has an annoying characteristic where there is a long build-up in each chapter before you get to the "real" stuff, and then the real stuff itself is only about a paragraph or two long. And it wasn't even worth waiting for it. Very disappointing.
You can find much better books on the topic of Creative Visualization that will explain and teach you this practice more efficiently and completely.