As you listen to “Uplifting Guided Relaxation”, Beth Freschi’s soothing voice will guide you through four relaxation techniques to calm and uplift your mind, body and spirit:
1. The Cleansing Breath
2. Rejuvenating Muscle Relaxation
3. Guided Imagery: The Orange Grove
4. Meditation on Loving Kindness
The relaxing, meditative music of Christopher Lloyd Clarke creates a beautiful background for this positive, refreshing relaxation session. “Uplifting Guided Relaxation” works particularly well as a daytime relaxation break when you need to re-energize. It’s time to relax, refresh, and renew!
Please listen to the samples provided so that you can be sure this guided relaxation recording is for you! You can also visit Beth Freschi's company website www.atimeforexpression.com for more information about her other relaxation recordings and services.
Description of Relaxation Techniques:
The Cleansing Breath: “The Cleansing Breath” is a breathing exercise that is both relaxing and refreshing. As you breathe in through your nose, imagine clean, fresh air filling your body. Each time you exhale, imagine the air washing away the stress of the day. You can use your breath to cleanse and refresh you whenever you need to re-energize.
Rejuvenating Muscle Relaxation: This exercise features a grounding cord that helps you feel centered and supported and an orb (ball) of healing light that you imagine moving through your body to cleanse and rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit.
Guided Imagery: The Orange Grove: This guided imagery is full of positive, uplifting images and affirming phrases that encourage you to trust in yourself and listen to what rings true in your mind and in your heart. The setting is a beautiful orange grove, where dreams and possibilities inspire and delight you.
Meditation on Loving Kindness: Practicing loving kindness meditations will help you open your heart and feel more kind and loving towards yourself and others. This version of the loving kindness meditation invites you to recognize the goodness within yourself and others. When we are stressed, we tend to focus on shortcomings, but it is important to also acknowledge the good things we do. During this meditation, you are invited to imagine that goodness as a beautiful stream of light pouring out of your heart and surrounding people in loving kindness.