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Monthly Archives: February 2020

  1. Toronto's Halton Healthcare Shares Its Secret Sauce for Successfully Bringing Guided Imagery into the Operating Room

    Toronto's Halton Healthcare Shares Its Secret Sauce for Successfully  Bringing Guided Imagery into the Operating Room

    Article Originally Written By: Dr. Duncan Rozario & Posted Here

    When the plucky, resourceful Louisa Nedkov, Manager of Staff & Physician Well-Being at Halton Health Care, (Toronto) reached out to Health Journeys to ask what we could do for surgery patients at her hospital, we talked about the options.

    She’d been using our CDs for years and was ready for something a little more in line with our digitized times…. Something handy, user-friendly, private and portable. …and it goes without saying, reasonably priced.

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  2. Emmett Miller Opines on the Power of Guided Imagery for Osteoporosis

    Emmett Miller Opines on the Power of Guided Imagery for Osteoporosis

    Emmett Miller MD is arguably our leading pioneer of physiologically and biochemically targeted guided imagery. He was the very first practitioner to offer hypnotic guided meditations to target specific health conditions, such as cancer and hypertension, starting in the ‘80s.  We’re honored and delighted that he accepted our invitation to create imagery for osteoporosis for us.

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  3. Already Blown Your New Year's Resolutions? Here's 7 Tips From Traci Stein to Get You Back on Track

    Already Blown Your New Year's Resolutions?  Here's 7 Tips From Traci Stein to Get You Back on Track

    It’s that time of the year, when by some estimates, more than three-quarters of us have given up on our New Year’s Resolutions. Some of the most common changes we aim to make are to quit smoking, eat better and exercise more. Other goals may involve starting (or completing) an important personal project, making more of an effort to get together with friends, and perhaps vowing to set healthier limits with people who take more from us than they give.

    We set these goals for ourselves because we believe that they will make us better in some way – happier, healthier, more productive, and so forth. And yet, most of us quickly get discouraged and slip back into familiar patterns that feel easier in the short term but prevent us from getting to where we really want to go.

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