Medical Meditation: Immediate Pain Relief

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Jun 09, 2021

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Based on recent scientific research (and backed up by 11 published medical studies) this hypnosis track attacks acute and chronic pain at the root, in your subconscious, literally reprogramming your brain to ignore nociceptive impulses from virtually anywhere on your body. Chronic pain sufferers will see immediate and lasting relief; even those afflicted with migraines, fibromyalgia and other conditions have found complete and lasting relief.
"This Hypnosis session will remove pain immediately by re-training your mind. Within minutes, youll feel calm and relaxed while your body repairs itself on a cellular level." '
"Unlock the full potential of your mind and body to reduce or remove pain with this simple guided meditation. You will completely forget about your pain just as soon as you begin to listen. By following these techniques, you will effectively reprogram your subconscious mind on a deep level using powerful hypnotic suggestions to dissolve your perceived pain. This is definitely a short term solution rather than for lengthy chronic pains, but it does work immediately."
Medical Meditation for Immediate Relief of Pain This meditation will bring a sense of relief to a client suffering chronic pain. Because it is about the real aim or purpose of all pain, we find many people who listen immediately notice an immediate relief of any pain. The mastery may be with this audio and no further sessions. This session is unique from many others in that it provides guided imagery for you, while giving you the scripts and coaching for improving your effectiveness as well.
Be sure you notify a medical professional that you used this hour-long meditation to reduce the pain you have.

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