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Staying Well with Guided Imagery

How to Harness the Power of Your Imagination for Health and Healing
Paperback Book
December, 1995
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Banyen's Description: 

The scent of an early morning in spring...A certain perfume...The taste and texture of a fabulous meal...The sensory images our bodies respond to is the only language it understands without question. To our bodies, these images are almost as real as the actual events; we don’t have to actually eat a meal to begin to salivate; we don’t have to actually kiss to feel emotion. Wellness can be achieved without the reality of prescriptive medicine, and therapist Belleruth Naparstek, who has seen the results of imagery on health firsthand in her practice, here shows readers step-by-step how to create images in the mind that direct the body to heal—emotionally and physically.

Readers will find specific scripts to help them experience and tolerate feelings, along with accessible instructions to create healthy boundaries and forgiveness in relationships. They will find methods and guidelines to help relieve pain, fatigue, high or low blood pressure—and even quit smoking or drinking easily and peacefully.

“A gentle gem, an admirable blend of the practical, the spiritual, and the scientific.” —Larry Dossey, M.D.

Publisher’s Description: 

Using the techniques of imagery, total body wellness can be achieved without prescriptive medicine. With this comprehensive, user-friendly primer, readers will learn just what guided sensory imagery is and how to create powerful images in the mind that direct the body to heal--both emotionally and physically.

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