A Meditation to Help with Anger & Forgiveness
The narrative of this guided meditation for anger teaches listeners how to better respond to debilitating anger and blame by listening repeatedly to simple images and metaphors, such as envisioning the loosening of tight cords that have been wrapped around the heart, constricting its natural energy and flow. So often, when thinking about the source of our anger, we wind up right back in the same old mire of helpless anger and resentment, - if anything, more distressed and upset than before.
The wisdom of this guided meditation for anger is that it sidesteps those mind traps by working directly with body sensation and symbolic images. Over time, it actually works. Used by corporate executives and incarcerated prisoners, harried moms and stressed out teens, this forgiveness meditation will get the job done on controlling anger in surprisingly short order. Here's the track list:
1. Introduction (2:49)
2. Guided Imagery (19:02)
3. Affirmations (21:51)
Written and narrated by guided imagery and holistic health expert Belleruth Naparstek and scored to the exquisitely soothing music of Steven Mark Kohn, this Health Journeys™ audio resource was produced by the Cleveland Orchestra's Bruce Gigax.
Repeated listening once or twice a day for 2-3 weeks ensures maximum impact. The net effect of continued listening is a stronger ability to manage and release anger, a greater sense of safety and support, and a new ease and inner peace gracing each day. Listen to a sample, read some reviews and see why this guided imagery for anger is so frequently recommended by counselors, family therapists and life coaches nationwide. (60 min.)
Item Number: 21037103
|Sample 1||HJ SMPL Anger Forgiveness.mp3|
Clinical social worker, author, and nationally recognized guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek, ACSW, BCD is the founder of Health Journeys and the voice on many of its award-winning audios. For years, she has served on the faculty of the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, training physicians from around the world in mind-body techniques. She is widely recognized as a key force in making guided imagery – and its benefits – available in a broad range of major U.S. health care institutions.