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Anxiety Relief: Relax the Body, Calm the Mind, Manage Fear & Worry, Cultivate Positive Energy (Anglais) CD – Version coupée, Livre audio

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Anxiety Relief These guided mind-body techniques help listeners counteract anxiety through deep relaxation, enhanced problem-solving, and converting fear into positive energy. Full description

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J'ai été un peu déçue, Rossman remet au goût du jour ses techniques habituelles, les visualisations d'un lieu de votre choix ou d'un guide intérieur, c'est un peu limité pour venir à bout de l'anxiété à mon avis, de plus, sur ses autres cd, les outils sont quasiment identiques, par conséquent, il serait bienvenu que ces documents se renouvellent et n'emploient pas systématiquement les mêmes techniques stéréotypées
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HASH(0x94c93df8) étoiles sur 5 Anxiety Relief 14 septembre 2005
Par Candace - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD was very soothing but I feel like I almost have it memorized now. I wish there were more exercises to relax to, on here I believe there is only 4. The only thing I didn't like about it was that he says the same thing at the beginning of each exercise. Also I was looking for something maybe with some soothing music this CD only has a little at the beginning and the end. Overall I think it was a good purchase though.
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HASH(0x94c93e4c) étoiles sur 5 excellent assist to let go of anxiety and breathe deeply again 14 juillet 2007
Par Cathryn A. Blake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Marty's way of introducing is very permissive and without expectation, allowing me to go at my own pace. I was recently diagnosed with cancer and sleep has not come easily and I have frequently felt myself overwhelmed. Listening to the whole CD or sections of it has been extremely helpful and grounding. Sometimes I fall asleep while listening to it. Marty's voice quality is soothing and calming. I've also given it to a few of my anxious patients who have found it helpful, and am in the position of having to order more for my office.
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HASH(0x94c94284) étoiles sur 5 Has Made a Difference for Me! 21 octobre 2011
Par Chicadita - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I looked into several CDs and decided on this and Pass through Panic, but I have to say this is by far the best resource I've purchased so far (including a few books) for anxiety and panic attack help. His voice is calm and reassuring; he will remind you during the exercises that you can always open your eyes if you ever need to. It may seem silly to most people, but for someone with anxiety it is that kind of reassurance that builds a feeling of security. The exercises are short, and I don't use the third one much, but the first exercise is great to listen to while anxious or even panicking to calm down. That alone is worth every penny. This is a quality, not quantity, CD. It isn't an attempt at hypnosis or any kind of airy-fairy nonsense that would make someone shy away, just relaxation exercises guided by a very peaceful voice.
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HASH(0x94c94650) étoiles sur 5 Innovative Use of Guided Imagery--But Is It Effective? 5 mars 2009
Par mwreview - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Anxiety Relief by Martin Rossman is audio therapy that offers three exercises that use breathing, relaxation and guided imagery. It is 74 minutes long in its entirety so it really fills up the CD unlike some anti-anxiety discs. The guided imagery technique is explained in that most anxiety comes from the imagination--i.e. dreading things that have yet to happen or harping on regrettable things of the past. It all sounded like an interesting and innovative path to relieving stress and anxiety. After several weeks of using this CD, though, I am still on the fence about its effectiveness. One of my main complaints is the exact same 8-minute introduction used for each exercise. It's incorporated into each track so you cannot skip it unless you fast forward through it. It is important to settle into a relaxed state before starting the guided imagery, so you wouldn't want to skip it anyway. I wish the intros were changed for the other two exercises. Hearing the exact same wording (even the "for example..'s") before different exercises brings a monotony that is unnecessary.

Exercise 1: Deep mind/body relaxation (21:09). Relaxation is the first skill to learn in anxiety relief. The introduction starts with breathing, creating a movement that signals the body in its shift to deep relaxation mode, and focusing inward and inviting each part of the body to release stress and relax "in its own way." He calls the tension or awareness in the parts of the body "intelligence" which I find a little odd. He also tells you to notice how each body part responds and that this response is "all right for now." What does he mean by "for now"? Is there a time during the use of this CD where it won't be all right (it's the 20th listen, that left calve had better fall into line!) Anyway, you will know this introduction very well as the exact same recording is used for the other two exercises. The guided imagery is a safe, healing place. You imagine being in a place where you can "do nothing and have it be good for you." This is a time to heal and renew your body.

Exercise 2: Dialogue with your inner (wisdom) advisor (22:08). Imagine a kind, caring and wise image to whom to communicate your concerns. You're guided into a consultation session with your advisor where you ask questions about the things that cause you anxiety and long spaces of silence are included on this disc as you listen carefully to the response. I am still not sure about this technique. It assumes that you have the answers inside of you. Maybe that is true for some people, but is it for all? Rossman says you can use a fictional character which might seem strange, but I actually think it might be more useful. A character from television, for example, you might see and know better than real people. You know their voice, their mannerisms and their ideals from hours of viewing and, since they aren't real, you're not going to bump into them later or attach some value to someone they may not want. An animated character with qualities for getting through rough times in life (i.e. the common sense of Hank Hill or the motherly care and sensitivity of Marge Simpson) might be an option for those having problems envisioning their advisor. I haven't explored this idea deeply while using this exercise, but it is something I've thought about.

Exercise 3: Evocative imagery (25:32). This guided imagery has you thinking of qualities you wished you had (i.e. strength, calmness, etc.) and feeling those qualities within you and then imagining them growing and expanding throughout your entire body and your surroundings. You can also adjust these feelings like a radio dial. These exercises sound like anxiety relief techniques I've been looking for, but I haven't been impressed with the results so far. Perhaps it is the stale delivery or the introduction that I don't care for and is used before each exercise. Still, I think it is innovative enough that I am glad I have it and will keep it in my rotation as I really want it to work. If these ideas sound intriguing, I recommend giving it a try.
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HASH(0x94c94734) étoiles sur 5 not my favorite 16 décembre 2011
Par Horse lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have Preparing for Surgery by this author and I LOVE it. I was hoping for the same effect. I listened to it twice and will refer back to it, but I can say that it just does help with my anxiety. It might for you. At least the first one helped at the right time and I have lent it out and it has helped others too. I think guided imagery and hypnotherapy may be rather specific for each individual when it comes to listening on a cd. For instance, in Preparing for Surgery he uses a phrase about the Intelligence of the Body, this concept was specifically effective to me, getting ready for a big operation. I rather like the author for using this, so if anxiety is your monkey than his approach may be useful.
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