Guided Meditations to Help With Fertility
This set of four separate fertility meditation exercises was created to provide holistic, mind-body tools to help with infertility challenges and boost desired results. The Health Journeys expertly made, physician-endorsed collection of guided imagery for fertility is designed to reduce the stresses that naturally occur with infertility and its treatment, and further the goal of finding the right solutions for each person and family.
This set of four separate fertility meditation exercises was created to provide holistic, mind-body tools to help with infertility challenges and boost desired results. The Health Journeys expertly made, physician-endorsed collection of guided imagery for fertility is designed to reduce the stresses that naturally occur with infertility and its treatment, and further the goal of finding the right solutions for each person and family. Here's the track list:
1. Introduction (4:24)
2. Imagery to Help With Conception, Gestation, and Parenting (16:04)
3. Affirmations (20:26)
4. Imagery for General Relaxation, Coping, and Respite (18:01)
5. Meditiation for Grieving, Letting Go, and Moving Forward (16:38)
Guided imagery is a holistic, mind-body technique that consists of healing words and hypnotic images, set to soothing music. Repeated listening once or twice a day for 2-3 weeks ensures maximum impact. Guided meditation and fertility are a natural fit, found in randomized clinical trials to increase relaxation, coping and successful outcomes.
Written and narrated by noted guided imagery pioneer and holistic health expert Belleruth Naparstek, and scored to the exquisite, immersive music of Steven Mark Kohn, this highly regarded guided meditation for fertility was produced by the Cleveland Orchestra's Bruce Gigax. Much of the content is designed to reduce the stresses associated with infertility and infertility treatment, normalize the process, validate emotions, strengthen self-esteem and reduce any distance between partners by promoting communication during this challenging time.
These fertility meditation exercises are carefully and sensitively designed to help people let go of trying to control the process with excessive internal pressure to get pregnant, and instead hold the image that there is a baby meant for them in their future. This makes the fertility meditations appropriate for whatever might evolve - even an adoption outcome - as well as for conception and pregnancy.
Parent feedback and clinical research suggests that by taking away the pressure to conceive, the likelihood of pregnancy may actually be enhanced. The first guided meditation for fertility reinforces self-esteem and relaxes mind, body and spirit, using guided imagery to envision successful fertilization, whether inside or outside the body.
The next track of guided imagery for fertility consists of calming, restorative affirmations that encourage listeners to stay peaceful and positive, centered and flexible, while undergoing fertility treatment. Affirmations are brief and can be listened to while on the go or even while driving. Additionally, there is imagery to help with relaxing and coping during various medical procedures, such as IVF; and to counter the frustrations and discouragements that accompany the ups and downs of fertility treatment.
And finally, if needed, there is additional guided imagery to assist with grief, resolution and reclaiming one's life. Read some reviews and listen to the samples of fertility meditation from this program, so you can see for yourself why this extraordinary audio program is so heartily recommended by fertility specialists, support groups, and couples counselors, as well as endorsed by OBGYN's, endocrinologists nationwide. (75 min.)
|Sample 1||HJ SMPL Help With Fertility.mp3|
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