The Tree: Guided Imagery for Manifesting Prosperity

Narrated by: Loretta Siani
Length: 34 mins
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The Tree: Guided Imagery for Manifesting Prosperity is hypnotherapy designed to instruct the unconscious mind to manifest prosperity. It is based on the law of attraction and the spiritual principle that your life is a mirror reflection of what you think about all day long. The imagery used is delivered in the remarkably soothing voice of Dr. Loretta Siani.

Dr. Siani's voice, combined with the scientifically designed hypnotic sounds will take you to an alpha level of relaxation and will make a deep impression on your unconscious mind and produce an unmatched hypnotic experience for you. This hypnotherapy is most effective when listened to for a minimum of seven days, just prior to bedtime or falling asleep. In this way, it sends a message to your unconscious mind to work on while you sleep.

©2016 Loretta M. Siani (P)2016 Loretta M. Siani

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so good

I love this one. I've listened to a bunch of these and they're really effective.

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Didn't work for me

I gave 5 stars for "61 Points of Light but this one wasn't quite as effective for me. The idea of imagery was good but how it was used here didn't. I'm not sure I can blame Ms Siani entirely. Maybe it's just a matter of personal preference.

Also a note about the recording: at first, I played it slightly above normal volume (about 7 of 10) and I could hear slight studio reverberation (like she's in a large hall) in her voice. It wasn't awful but it was enough to require I turn it down to about 3 or 4 where it didn't bother me as much.