Monthly Archives: December 2018
I am interested in self-compassion and self-healing. What titles do you recommend?
Well, Wow! It’s been an eventful year, seeing major, across-the-board changes - to the way our company is run, the kind of staff we’re hiring, the platforms we’ve built, the organizations we serve, and the audios we produce.
We’ve put substantial focus on apps and web based streaming pages – by early 2019, we’ll have streamlined and updated all the ways we can deliver guided imagery and meditation to individual end-users and companies, on phones, players, desktops, bedside tablets, TV screens, or whatever device is used.
Is there any help for profound grief?
I’ve been noticing a nice uptick in guided imagery research lately – both in terms of studies that explore its efficacy in new or renewed areas, such as smoking cessation, dialysis, and hospice care – and with the appearance of systematic reviews, a sure sign that enough trials have been published to warrant an overview.
I have been on the cancer journey for over 18 months now trying to do everything right and just got some terrible news. I have been crushed, confused, stressed. I decided to try an alternative medicine immunotherapy and my naturopath recommended your guided visualization. I need something that will help me overcome this stress, relax, and boost my immunity. Can you make a recommendation?
Here’s a marvelous piece my good friend Emmett Miller wrote about the power of words, and how, in his adolescence, he indoctrinated himself with an idea he badly needed. Intuitively, he just knew what to do. It’s a wonderful teaching story. I just love it for being a classic example of how kids somehow really know how to bring themselves up. Check it out – he writes here: