Accepting Change And Moving On
Healing through loss, and letting go.
• To help accept major change, loss or separation.
• To build a mental, emotional, and physical state which can ease the pain of loss and promote a whole and health-promoting self-image.
• To lead into meditation, even when there is no situation of loss, when the goal is simply to clear the mind and enter the present – a meditation on breath based on readings from the Tao T Ching.
Loss of a spouse, family member, or friend; terminal illness; surgical loss; major business setback, or material loss; loss and separation associated with aging, menopause, reduced physical or mental abilities; separation or divorce; accepting and allowing loss as a natural part of life’s harmony, and recognizing the opportunities for renewal. Meditation training, especially compatible with Taoist, Zen, and Vipassana disciplines.
Use one to three times a day as desired. Listen to Part A five to ten times before using Part B. Practice with Side A will make Side B more effective.
Description of Exercises:
Side 1, Part A – Emptying Breath and Stillness: A deeply relaxing experience teaches you to focus on the letting go that occurs with each breath. This experience helps you reawaken your awareness that letting go can be both a comforting and a freeing experience. You’ll learn how to use the releasing phase of breathing to let go of feelings and thoughts. (30:00)
Side 2, Part B – Release and Renewal: This experience allows you to increase your ability to let go, to release specific aspects or items in your life. This may be a relationship, habits, material possessions, or attitudes – anything that you want to release. In this experience you will discover the peace of completion and the opportunities for renewal that come from the experience of letting go. Waterfall sounds help you relax. (30:00)
Supplementary and Related Programs:
Rainbow Butterfly - A serenely relaxing guided meditation through the color spectrum and the inner healing patterns of your body and mind. A great way to “check out” while your body does its healing work. Helps awaken the butterfly within you.
Healing Journey - This program features a symphony created specifically for this recording, and was the first of Dr. Miller’s original creations from the 1970s. Pure relaxation and healing imagery.
Easing Into Sleep - Often, anxiety and worry can interfere with your sleep. Easing Into Sleep uses deep relaxation and meditative techniques to help you learn to release tension and be available to sleep.
Letting Go of Stress (CD) - Because accumulating stress is at the root of all anxiety, this program is useful for learning techniques to lower the overall level of stress in your life. A Dr. Miller Classic, Letting Go Of Stress is a perennial best seller.
Writing Your Own Script - As you eliminate unnecessary stress and worry, you will find yourself much better able to make positive changes in your lifestyle, your behaviors, etc. This program helps you make wise changes , and to self-program your subconscious mind to support those changes through the use of Software For The Mind.
Contraindications and Precautions:
Although there are really no absolute contraindications for the use of this product, people who are severely psychotic or who do not want to at least try to follow the guidance offered will probably benefit little from listening. Listening is also not a substitute for needed medical care or psychiatric care for serious mental or emotional disturbance. In any undiagnosed potentially serious condition such as a head injury, again, there will not likely be any harm, but it would be wise to delay their use until an adequate diagnosis has been made. Although no such problems have been reported, people with seizures of any kind, or neurological or with severe neurorespiratory disease, should check with their primary care practitioner for suggestions regarding the use of this program. Likewise, if you are undergoing psychotherapy, share your use of these with your therapist, as he/she may want to integrate this use with your treatment. And, of course, if you are driving or using equipment that requires your full attention, do not close your eyes and do not listen to any program that you find causes you to become drowsy, distracted, or incapable of functioning safely. Programs designated as “Drivetime” should be used with these precautions in mind.