Some guided meditation audios are designed to perennially appeal to just about anyone, and this highly acclaimed, all-purpose wellness and holistic healing meditation by psychotherapist and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek has been one of them for over two decades. By combining affirmations with Steven Mark Kohn's exquisite, immersive music, it promotes peace, relaxation, uplift and resilience of mind, body, and spirit, supporting physical and emotional health seamlessly and naturally.
Physiologically accurate imagery of the normal cycle of cell loss and healthy re-growth are translated into metaphors from the natural world of a healing light, breeze and mist, all designed to clear away unhealthy or outworn tissue and make room for strong, new growth. A parallel set of psychological images suggest the clearing away old guilt, fear and resentment, and making way for a fresh, new sense of love, appreciation, and gratitude.
The net effect of this beautiful meditation for healing and wellness is a greater feeling of safety and support, a stronger sense of connection to self and others, and a new energy, ease, and inner peace gracing each day.
A separate track of affirmations offers briefer versions of the same healing images and ideas, for those who prefer listening to a briefer format, while on the go or even while driving. An additional track of Steve's music on its own helps listeners integrate and solidify the wellness gains they have made with the narratives, ensuring its stability and longevity.
I use this audio book at lest once a day to relax and feel more positive. I recommend other guided imagery by this same author. Her voice and words are very relaxing.
Would you consider the audio edition of A Meditation to Promote General Wellness to be better than the print version?
love her voice and her guided imagery and affirmations. Great to fall asleep to.
What did you like best about this story?
easy to listen
Have you listened to any of Belleruth Naparstek’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
yes. all are great
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
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