Millions of Americans suffer from chronic pain, both emotional and physical. For those people, the unceasing crush of discomfort can greatly affect their quality of life. In this audio instruction recording, a trained hypnotist helps listeners find a way to use meditation to create pain free areas in their brain. Maggie Staiger is the perfect teacher for this difficult task. Her warmth and confidence give ailing listeners the reassurance they need to take the necessary steps to confront their pain.
This relaxing hypnosis program allows the listener to create a pain-free area in the brain and find relief from chronic physical and emotional pain. By creating this pain-free zone, one is able to escape the grind of constant pain, and break any chronic pain loops. The download reinforces the mind's ability to focus selectively, which enhances the brain's own pain-relief mechanism.
The Pain-Free Room was designed for people who are experiencing serious medical issues, and is meant to be used in conjunction with ongoing medical care. It should not be used to relieve pain that hasn't been evaluated by a medical professional.
Brilliant Hypnosis CD. I suffer frrom chronic pain and have found it a great help. Maggie's voice is very soothing.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
This is the 1st hypnosis download I have ever bought, I have been suffering from back, neck and shoulder pain pretty much everyday for many years and recently I have started to get pain in my right foot. I've seen doctors and took tablets, been to physiotherapy and other therapies over the years, but nothing has ever really worked. Although it is too early to tell whether this has worked, even a little bit, after listening to this for the 1st time I felt so relaxed and the pain I was feeling in the back beforehand seems to not be there now.
I have given it a rating of 4 because of how relaxed I felt after and the fact I didn't think I would be in a state of complete relaxation whilst listening to it, but I was. If it does turn out to of helped with the pain then it deserves a 5.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
The author claims to have written a guided meditation in which you can create a pain free room in your own mind. And has failed. She wanders off the point going into explanations that are hugely distracting and prevent the listener from achieving any kind of self hypnosis or benefit. I only listened to this once and far from helping me to cope with my chronic pain it left me annoyed and feeling that I had been taken advantage of.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful