You're pregnant. Congratulations! A special, wonderful and exciting phase of life awaits you. A new life is entering the world, and you are "living" with it. But did you know that a baby shares its mother's life before birth? It senses your breathing and with it, tension and relaxation. And as we know from prenatal research, a balanced and relaxed pregnancy has a positive influence on the development of the unborn child. So, please take time for yourself once a day; it's good for you, and most importantly, for your child!
But what if you don't have the time, if you can't cope easily with the stress of everyday life, or if you are plagued by fear and worries about yourself and your unborn child? This program can help you to relax quickly and effectively. You can simply let go of fears and worries, without burdening your baby with them. Experience a deep inner tranquility and balance which your child will also feel and assimilate. Let Kim Fleckenstein and the sensitive voice of Cathy Weber, accompanied by special, meditative music, lead you into a deep relaxation which will have a positive effect on you and your unborn child. Come consciously to a place of serenity where you will feel at one with yourself and your child. During your pregnancy, you will enter further into the closeness and security that your child needs in order to develop.
This program belongs to the medical hypnosis series and was developed in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Ralf Herwig from Vienna General Hospital. Do not listen to this program while operating a motor vehicle or during any other activity that requires your full attention. This program does not replace a doctor or any other medical aids. The best effect can be achieved by listening to this program once a day over a period of 4 weeks. The audiobook consists of two chapters. You can choose either to listen to the book with a wake-up phase (chapter 1) or if you wish to fall asleep just listen to chapter 2.
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