Falling asleep easily
- Get Deep Sleep with a Guided Imagery Program by the Sea and the Progressive Muscle relaxation
- Narrated by: Colin Griffiths-Brown
- Length: 38 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-21-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Syncsouls. A division of alive media solutions
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Beautiful, relaxing pictures are combined with an effective and valid relaxation technique: You will get a short guided imagery program with a following progressive muscle relaxation which will guide you in a deep state of relaxation and finally into a deep sleep. The sound of the ocean is combined with a smooth, well-sounding and easy to grasp relaxation music. The careful balancing of the spoken words, the music and the sound of nature intensify the soothing impact on your body and mind.
The sound of the ocean and the spheric music linger on past the relaxation exercise, keep you in your personal state of relaxation and let you fall asleep gently and weightlessly - if you are not already in the arms of Morpheus.
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By Amazon Customer on 07-04-15
Point of view switch uncomfortable
The guiding voice is great - soothing and hypnotic. The visualizations are pleasant and the music is gentle and nice. I usually do end up falling asleep but I spend the first bit of the exercise (after the intro), wondering why it has started in first person. The narrator is telling me about his relaxing trip to the beach and I keep thinking “aren’t you supposed to be guiding me…hey wait…I wanna go too. After a bit it switches to second person. I’m inclined to skip the first part but when trying to relax…it seems too distracting. The narrator’s voice is wonderful, I just would like him to be talking to me.
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By Ecko Kamillion on 08-09-16
Not awesome, but it still works
What did you like best about Falling asleep easily? What did you like least?
The narrators voice is soothing. This was obviously written in a different language (German?) then translated (POORLY) into English. Some sentences don't make sense, but I can usually make my brain interpret what I think they were trying to say, and it still works.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
I like the beach visual for calming. Wording is poor...