Stress & Anxiety-Meditation
This is a complete program to relieve your anxiety levels and control stress. This recording is different then most other meditations for stress management because it contains more then 1/2 an hour of medical knowledge and techniques by Dr John McIntosh as well as 2 extended meditations for 'Mind Chatter' and Breathing Exercises by his wife Elizabeth. It will give you the knowledge and tools on a conscious & subconscious level for maximum empowerment to always remain calmin any situation. What you will learn: * The medical processes and physiology of stress * Controlled breathing exercises that immediately relieves stress in the mind and body * Choose and control how to feel and react in situations * Control mind chatter - those over-active thoughts * Develop a sanctuary where you can go at any time to find peace and tranquility * Detach yourself from stress by using the box technique * Replace old beliefs with new, more positive thoughts How does this program work? This is a self help audio program specifically for relieving stress & anxiety. It has been professionally recorded by Dr John McIntosh (MBChB, MRCP, MRCGP) and his wife Elizabeth McIntosh (BSc - Metaphysics). 1. On first part of this audio program Dr John will talk to you about stress & anxiety and suggest some medically proven techniques to help overcome it. This will empower you consciously and give you information about stress & anxiety from a medical point of view. 2. On the second part of this program Elizabeth will take you on a professionally guided meditation to empower your deeper mind with the tools to move beyond stress & anxiety. This cements beneficial new ideas and ways to move beyond depression on a subconscious level for permanent positive results. Customer Testimonial 'This CD was first recommended to me as an alternative to using medication. After listening to it the first time, I felt that finally I had some tools to combat stress and not just feel like a victim. I listen to it regularly to help keep on track and I am so grateful.'