Love to listen to luscious literature... often. =)
As a qualified and practicing hypnotherapist, I'm often on the lookout for effective self-hypnosis tracks to enjoy for myself, and recommend to clients. I've utilised some of Glenn Harrold's previous cds and certainly found them useful though not particularly remarkable (for me). This one, however, like the others in this 'Solfeggio series' is a step above and beyond. The combination of music, song and imagery is skillfully and thoughtfully done, and is an utter treat to body, mind, emotions and soul. Following the journey, and entering into the spirit of it has left me with an exquisite - I use the word deliberately because it's so apt - sense of peace and quiet joy.
Perhaps, it may not be for the purely pragmatic (though I do encourage anyone to use it - you can always determine your own version of what your 'higher self' is). Listen to the sample, and if Glenn's voice 'works' for you, I'd recommend giving it a (frequent) go.
For me, the combination resonated perfectly. Add to that the sense that the author has a good and caring heart, and it truly is a delightful experience. Only time will tell if it is truly effective in the areas it focusses on, but half the challenge is finding something you want to use regularly.
This is one I'll be listening to often.
Thank you, Glenn Harrold.
Another fine recording on offer from Glenn Harrold. It offers the potential of being guided on a truly relaxing and beautiful inner journey. As with any hypnotherapy/meditation practice, the quality of the experience partially relies upon the listeners willingness and ability to follow suggestions and allow the journey to unfold, and this makes it easier and more pleasant than many. This series really does offer more than most. The blend of sound, suggestion and imagery can work wonders. Highly recommended.
Geeky, hill walking, mud loving, yarn obsessed, running, climbing, cycling, splishy, book loving squirrel who loves scampering and hiding!
I really enjoyed the quiet, calm tones of the author and the the theory section which was put together well and actually quite interesting. I really got a lot out of doing the meditations and they are well narrated and sufficiently explained to allow the listener to get a lot out of them. My only real gripe with the book is it's formatting. It is really hard to go from the theory to the meditation without either spending ages putting in bookmarks (which don't seem to then sync across my devices and I have to do it again!) or just going to and from with the player controls in the vague hope you hit on the right one.