A Guided Meditation to Help with Stem Cell Therapy
This guided imagery meditation is designed to work alongside potent medicines and procedures, to help with discomfort and fatigue. Powerful metaphors of rescue, rebirth and resurrection cushion the rigors of stem cell transplantation and encourage hope and patience with the healing process. The soothing, inspiring narrative envisions a successful outcome, and the body's welcoming acceptance of healthy new cells. The track list is as follows:
1. Introduction (1:39)
2. Guided Imagery (20:28)
3. Affirmations (22:07)
Guided imagery is a complementary, mind-body therapy that consists of healing words and images, set to soothing music, to achieve specific therapeutic goals. Repeated listening once or even several times a day for 2-3 weeks ensures maximum impact. Each first-rate audio track was written and narrated by foremost guided imagery and holistic health expert Belleruth Naparstek, scored to the calming music of Steven Mark Kohn, and produced by the Cleveland Orchestra's impeccable audio recording engineer, Bruce Gigax.
A separate track of affirmations offers help with recovery through briefer versions of the same healing images and ideas, for those who prefer their mind-body tools in a briefer format that can be used while doing other things, even while driving.
To learn how to prepare for a bone marrow transplant and optimize your recovery, use this mind-body resource before, during and after your BMT. Play a sample to see for yourself why this guided imagery for bone marrow transplant pain, stem cell transplant recovery and side effects is so heartily recommended through word of mouth and by oncology professionals nationwide. (44 min.)
Item Number: 21067106
Belleruth Naparstek AM, ACSW, is a clinical social worker, author, and creator of a large library of guided imagery programs that target specific health and mental health challenges. She is known for introducing guided meditation to mainstream health systems and co-founded Health Journeys with George Klein in 1991
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