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Pain Relief Collection

Various Authors

Four programs for living with greater ease in the face of chronic or acute discomfort.

Starting at: $44.54


Western medicine is finally recognizing the power of mindfulness practice and other mind-body techniques to transform the way we relate to pain and suffering. The Pain Relief Collection presents four essential programs for living with greater ease and quality of life.

Mindfulness Meditation for Pain Relief: Mindfulness can transform pain. Jon Kabat-Zinn, the man who brought mindfulness into mainstream medicine, presents his original practices for using conscious awareness to free ourselves from physical and emotional suffering.

Break Through Pain: The newest treatment for pain is one of the oldest, most effective strategies for pain-free living: meditation. On Break Through Pain, meditation expert Shinzen Young teaches you how to “retrain” your relationship to pain through traditional meditation practices. Includes four guided practices.

Heal Yourself with Medical Hypnosis: If you’ve ever caught yourself daydreaming, then you’ve already experienced the trance state of self-hypnosis. But how can we turn this phenomenon into a powerful ally for improving our health and well-being? Join leading mind-body experts Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Steven Gurgevich to find out.

Pain Relief: Medical research shows that guided imagery can significantly reduce or relieve physical pain. With Dr. Martin Rossman’s guided sessions “Your Healing Place,” “Dialogue with Pain,” and “Endorphin Drip Imagery,” listeners will learn to relax tight and sore muscles, enhance blood flow to injured areas, and promote pain-relieving responses from the brain.

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Audio Download

Contents 5 Audio downloads (7 hours)
Filetypes M4B, MP3, PDF, ZIP
Date Published April 26, 2010
Product Code AP01781