Meditation and guided imagery are excellent tools to break the cycle of sleeplessness and regain a pattern of healthy recuperative sleep. In Meditations for Recuperative Sleep, I have brought together twenty meditations and guided imagery exercises. In the first half of the work, these techniques focus on reducing physical discomfort and quieting mental chatter Then to deepen this relaxed state, the second half of the compilation explores a variety of different mind and body relaxation methodologies. Ultimately, it is this deep relaxed state that will promote the recuperative sleep that the mind and body need to stay healthy and productive.
Dr. Tami gives an overview of the book:
About Dr. Tami
A Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome diagnosis in 1996 introduced Tami Brady to alternative health therapies. In her quest to ease her own suffering, she became interested in the Whole Health approaches used in Reiki and other Transpersonal methodologies such as...