Guided Stress Relief for Veterans PTSD Vol. 2

$5.99

4 MP3 downloadable Tracks, Day Three and Four, Morning and Evening Meditations, written & narrated by Dr. Kathleen Rosenblatt L.Ac., Ph.D.

Audio tracks based on Dr. Kathleen’s Cellular Meditations. Energizing morning and relaxing evening listenings, designed to help Veterans of all eras: all Iraq, Afghanistan, Viet Nam, WWII wars, to complement their on-going therapies and help them recover from post traumatic stress disorder. Consisting of original music with soothing suggestions on how to reintegrate the nerves and stimulate the relaxing chemicals in the body, with easy self-help exercises and practical advice to optimize life after war.

In a simple direct way, these meditations open up the interface between physical, mental, and emotional energies, and how the health of each is dependent on the other in a physiological way. Dr. Kathleen emphasizes the important role of endorphins, our “natural high” hormones produced in the physical body—how we have a hundred endorphin receptor sites in each of our 10 trillion cells.

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4 meditation MP3 files for instant download.

Meditations with a variety of musical backgrounds and a soothing voice, Dr. Kathleen speaks through the listener in his/her first-person voice. The aim of the message is to undo the tight constriction of our nerve & muscle tissue in order to feel the delicious airy, liquidy sensation of our ongoing inner, vibrating cellular processes. Like the “buzz” that some people seek from liquor or drugs, this natural ‘”buzz” is healthy, natural, and feels great!

Kathleen was extremely motivated to apply these techniques to our active and veteran armed forces, to help them undo the effects of war on their bodies and minds. This is a special case situation that needs much support for PTSD. These CDs are designed to complement all other ongoing therapies. Practical advice, guided imagery & breath work to help normalize our biochemistry and reintegrate the layers of our consciousness, with innovative self-help exercises to improve focus and well being.

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