In this guided imagery for grief and loss audio recording, you will first learn to quiet your mind and relax the body. Then you will to a place in your mind that is peaceful, loving and open for spiritual communication. This guided imagery for grief mp3 does have a strong spiritual component and will help you reconnect with the person you are grieving over. There are also many other elements designed to convey a powerful sense of support and love. For even when the person has passed in physical form, they can still connect with us within the mind and heart. They can even give us signs that they love us and think of us in the physical world. We just have to open to the signs they give us. It is recommended to listen to this mp3 for at least 30-days for the best results and this audio recording has supported self clients around the globe. This guided imagery for grief mp3 was professionally recorded by Kerie Logan at Empowered Within. 28 minutes
Three Time Award Winner – Voted Best Hypnotist of Salem Oregon for Hypnotism
What to expect when using yourself guided imagery for grief and loss mp3 at Empowered Within.
You will know when you have resolved the issue at hand. You will feel as though you are complete with certain sessions. At this point, simply continue with the sessions you feel you still need to focus on. Aversions will arise and just work through them. When you are trying to create a deep change within yourself, there may be issues that don’t easily release. Your commitment to your program is imperative to your success. If you stick with it and allow the changes to happen, you will see these issues start to release for you. Don’t make work of it; just allow it to unfold naturally. Relaxation and space repetition are the keys!
The purpose of your Conscious Mind is to:
Look, Listen, Learn, and Reason. It also judges, analyzes and criticizes. Your Conscious Mind can also be considered your EGO. Your Conscious Mind will accept or reject any and all bits of information you have allowed to be implanted. An example of how this works is have you ever gotten into a argument with someone and asked them to repeat back what was said? At times when they repeat it back, it is nothing close to what you actually said. It was distorted or how perceived it. A great movie that displayed how this works is called “He Said, She Said” with Kevin Bacon.