Get the help you need to overcome depression. Create new, healthy ways of thinking. You have the power to overcome depression and embracing each day. Let Rachael Meddows show you how.
Overcome Depression helps you eliminate self-defeating thoughts and negativity, and replaces them with healthy and self-confidence boosting thoughts. Your mind will receive deep hypnotic suggestions for positive change, encouraging you, increasing self-esteem, and helping you to find inner peace. You have the power to overcome depression today.
Overcome Depression includes an instructional track as well as three hypnosis tracks for you to choose from: One containing a short induction that allows you to fall into a deep state of relaxation quickly. Great for those who are short on time or for those experienced in hypnosis and familiar with the induction process. Approximately 10 minutes of relaxation induction. One containing a beach induction that will lull you into a deep state of relaxation with the soothing sounds of waves hitting the shore, allowing you to let go of any mental inhibitions and be completely open to positive change. Approximately 20 minutes of relaxation induction. And one containing a staircase induction that will walk you down a mental stairway into a deeply relaxed state that ends with you in a peaceful, safe place where you can feel comfortable enough to completely open up to these hypnotic suggestions. Approximately 20 minutes of relaxation induction.
*Bonus: Sweet Dreams included as the fifth track
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Don't listen if you are very down or deressed
Someone who is prone to getting down or depressed but isn't there at the moment.It has some useful ideas and ways of wording things.
Made it positive, affirming, rather than blaming the person and talking negativelyHave it as an informational talk rather than guided meditation.
Not for a while
Where she says that people unconsciously create their depression - many with depression are already blaming themselves for not being happy, being able to solve it alone. Also, she uses 'should' - I'd prefer it reframed as 'could' or 'choose to'
Obviously, I found this a real downer. I think a book or e-book would be preferable so you can gather the helpful bits and by-pass other bits.