Listening to this relaxing guided meditation for heart health, in CD or download format, is a powerful, evidence based practice for lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, holistically and naturally.
The hypnotic suggestions, soothing narrative and powerful affirmations on this research-based audio program combine seamlessly to deliver a state-of-the-art guided meditation for lowering blood pressure and guided imagery to lower cholesterol, with methods that have been repeatedly shown to help reduce arterial plaque and support heart health.
is a holistic, mind-body therapy that consists of healing words and hypnotic images, set to soothing music, a meditative combination that has been found in randomized clinical trials to help prevent heart disease. Repeated listening once or twice a day for 2-3 weeks ensures maximum impact.
Written and narrated by guided imagery pioneer and holistic health expert Belleruth Naparstek, and scored to the exquisite, immersive music of Steven Mark Kohn, this Health Journeys™ guided meditation for heart health was produced by the iconic Cleveland Orchestra's sound engineer, Bruce Gigax.
The narrative contains imagery of clear and open arteries and a strong and steady heart, as well as a balanced, healthy biochemistry in the bloodstream that fosters the removal of fat and cholesterol, and the natural repair of artery walls.
In addition to the hypnotic physiological suggestions, there is also powerful psychological imagery for reducing stress, impatience and resentment, and cultivating emotional resilience, peace and gratitude - traits associated with cardiovascular health.
A separate track of affirmations offers briefer versions of these healthful images for those who prefer their mind-body tools in smaller doses, on the go, or even while driving.
Listen to an audio sample, read the reviews, and see for yourself why this audio program is such a popular guided meditation for lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, and why it is distributed in cardiac units and recommended nationwide by cardiologists and health care professionals who understand the value of using guided meditation to help prevent the progression of heart disease and even a heart attack.