Sound healing: ease chronic pain : music, imagery, book, journal

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Stewart, Tabori & Chang, Sep 21, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 96 pages
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A book and cd package
Modern medicine in America has finally embraced what alternative healers have known for centuries: Music and guided imagery have a profound healing power. The first volume of the groundbreaking series "Sound Healing" combines a guidebook with a CD of original musical compositions and guided imagery that people can use as a self-help tool to ease chronic pain. These two healing therapies are backed by so much positive medical research that they are now being used in hospitals and clinics across the country.
The book explains step-by-step how these techniques work and how to use the CD to help relieve pain; it also features a journal where readers can record their pain level, their progress, and their feelings. The CD offers relaxing piano music designed to influence the biological responses that can trigger healing, followed by a soothing spoken guided imagery to bring listeners to a meditative, pain-free state.
Created by professionals in each healing art, this remarkable package is designed to help alleviate all forms of chronic pain-from backaches and arthritis to headaches and muscle spasms.

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Howard Richman is a concert pianist, composer, and music educator. A pioneer in the "entrainment" approach to sound healing, he has been creating healing music since 1982.

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