A Meditation To Support Your Recovery From Alcohol & Other Drugs
This audio was created with consultation from people in recovery from substance use; those who engage in 12-step programs; family doctors, chemical dependency counselors, psychotherapists, and addictions professionals who understand the power of guided imagery and meditation to help drive and maintain effective recovery.
Those following a program or individual methods to achieve their sobriety and abstinence enthusiastically use this meditation to quit. Read the reviews and listen to a sample to experience for yourself why this guided imagery for addiction is such a robustly popular, word-of-mouth favorite for those in recovery as well as chemical dependency counselors nationwide. The track list is as follows:
1. Introduction (3:20)
2. Guided Imagery (27:22)
3. Affirmations (29:53)
Listen to this program to reduce the craving for drugs and alcohol, by encouraging the development of powerful, self-calming techniques that support impulse control naturally. Pump up your motivation and perseverance with hypnotic mental images of the body restoring itself to health, with vitality and a general zest for living. Repeated listening once or twice a day for 2-3 weeks ensures maximum impact.
Guided imagery is a holistic, mind-body technique that consists of healing words and hypnotic images, set to soothing music, to provide natural help with addiction recovery. Along with this meditation for alcoholism and addiction recovery is a separate track of affirmations to accomplish the same goals with a briefer format, using positive statements designed for daily listening, on the go or even while driving.
Written and narrated by noted mind-body, holistic health pioneer Belleruth Naparstek, scored to the immersive music of Steven Mark Kohn, and produced by the Cleveland Orchestra’s sound engineer, Bruce Gigax. (61 min.)
Item Number: 21027102
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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 in 1991