One of the most common ailments worldwide is back pain. Any pain in this area of the body can be very debilitating. This 3-in-1 (rapport building, self-hypnosis training, and hypnotherapy) self-hypnosis recording can help you find relief in two ways. First, by helping you relax the muscles in the affected region and, secondly, by providing positive self-improvement techniques to help you reduce the intensity of the pain.
Hypnosis and self-hypnosis reinforce the goals we really want and re-juice our tired engines without the side effects. New brain scan technology shows that hypnotic suggestion can cause the pleasure centres of our brains to light up. In a 2005 hypnosis and brain-imaging study conducted at the University of Iowa, Doctors found that hypnosis actually blocks pain signals from getting to the part of the brain responsible for discomfort.
Your mind can be trained to improve your life for the better, using a technique called self-hypnosis or self-improvement exercise. Self-hypnosis is the process of removing negative thoughts and images from your mind and replacing them with positive ones.
Back Pain Relief with a Mix of Delta Binaural and Isochronic Tones is a powerful brainwave meditation program. A mix of three tones, it acts as a gym for your brain, strengthening and improving your mental capacity. It helps you release stress, boost your brain power, skyrocket your mood and energy levels, and so much more. This effective speaking self-hypnosis recording will help you to get past your negative thoughts.
The script was written and narrated by Randy Charach, US-based Canadian celebrity public speaker, hypnotist, and infopreneur. Randy Charach's clients include many famous people like John Travolta, Tony Curtis, and Sean Penn, as well as hundreds of others. As a public speaker, he has addressed audiences at companies like Microsoft, CocaCola, Disney, IBM, Xerox and many others.
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