Part One: Creative Conception is an inspirational recording by Janey Lee Grace, which will help anyone endeavouring to become pregnant to look at the various ways they can prepare themselves for this wonderful journey into motherhood - from nutrition and lifestyle changes to seeking help with the various aspects involved in trying to conceive a baby. Janey is a mother of four young children and a patron of the Association of Breastfeeding Mothers.
Part Two: Relaxation covers reducing stress levels to help you conceive more easily. It is a high-quality hypnotherapy track by Glenn Harrold combining powerful clinical hypnotherapy techniques with state-of-the-art digital recording technology.
On this download, you will be guided into a wonderful state of mental and physical relaxation and given many post-hypnotic suggestions to help you prepare your mind and body for conception. At the end of the recording you will be gently brought back to full waking consciousness with a combination of suggestion and music.
The highly successful Glenn Harrold hypnosis range has sold over 500,000 units and is well established as the UK's best-selling self-help CD series of all time. This new download is one of three titles in a range of pregnancy downloads by Glenn Harrold and Janey Lee Grace to benefit mums-to-be and new mothers.
Overall, I found this good had plenty of good tips for those attempting to have children and would have loved to have known some of this info prior to conceiving my own child.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Being a same-sex couple TTC we found this book was not for us. Completely not for us. The hypnosis is amazing though and we use it daily. He does wake you up at the end though.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
The information is good but its short and half of it is sounds tracks to help relax. Its a good buy but keep your expectations low in terms of value for the money.
What was most disappointing about Glenn Harrold and Janey Lee Grace ’s story?
It was so short and so broad. Do not recommend this book.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Gives a good very broad overview on some do's and donts.