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creative visualization, relaxation, hypnosis - apps/audio suggestions?

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by alice111, Oct 30, 2015.

  1. alice111

    alice111 Senior Member

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    Hi guys!
    im looking some some guided creative visualization, relaxation, hypnosis - apps or audio - does anyone have any suggestions?

    pretty much anything soothing!

    thanks:)
     
  2. ahmo

    ahmo Senior Member

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    Not sure how I found Marty Rossman, but I liked him enough to download one of his sessions. I've participated in a lot of these sorts of sessions in my past, and found his voice, pacing, wording all to be excellent, to help me go inside, instead of distracted by mannerisms. First link is where I saw him, a long vid. The actual relaxation/inner piece is about 20" from the end, the early part is, as I recall, a presentation to medical students. The 2nd 2 links appear to be About him and his work, and the store where you can make purchases.

    If you want some mindfulness, Tara Brach is excellent, many meditations, asking only for a donation. And if you want some relaxation, meditation in the guise of story-telling, Osho.

    [It seems youtube keeps finding ways to make sure it's embedded, instead of linked, as i tried...]


    http://www.thehealingmind.org/
    http://www.soundstrue.com/store/

    tarabrach.com
     
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