Naparstek, the author of the award-winning book, Invisible Heroes: Survivors of Trauma and How They Heal, combines this physiologically balancing, psychologically sophisticated, and spiritually inspiring guided narrative with the exquisite scoring of Steven Mark Kohn's music, to deliver a depth charge of healing to survivors of combat and military sexual trauma, childhood abuse, motor vehicle accidents, criminal assault, domestic violence, natural disasters, ICU stays, and traumatic hospital experiences.
Some guided meditation audios are designed to perennially appeal to just about anyone, and this highly acclaimed, all-purpose wellness and holistic healing meditation by psychotherapist and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek has been one of them for over two decades. By combining affirmations with Steven Mark Kohn's exquisite, immersive music, it promotes peace, relaxation, uplift and resilience of mind, body, and spirit, supporting physical and emotional health seamlessly and naturally.
"Helpful for relaxation"
Does it sound paradoxical that you can lose weight while learning to love and appreciate your body just as it is right now, with all its alleged imperfections? Maybe, but psychotherapist and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek's powerful meditation is what doubled weight loss in an eight-week controlled study at Canyon Ranch. Her soothing guided narrative and hypnotic suggestions amplify motivation to eat healthy foods and enjoy physical activity....
"Yes to less"
Belleruth's famously evocative and hypnotic suggestions use positive motivation to get you smoke free by helping you imagine your lungs healing and toxins clearing while your capacity grows each day for taking in more and more rich, energizing, life-giving oxygen. Listeners are also led to anticipate the return of fuller senses of smell and taste while learning critical self-calming and relaxation skills to deploy when the urge to smoke threatens to overtake progress.
Embedded in this soothing, hypnotic meditation, designed for either Type I or Type II diabetes, are suggestions of the body's receptivity to insulin, whether from an under-utilized, natural supply or from medications, or some combination of both.