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A Frazzled Therapist Gets the Flavor if Not the Meaning from a Hebrew CD

11 Jul
A Frazzled Therapist Gets the Flavor if Not the Meaning from a Hebrew CD

In case there’s any doubt whether it’s the content or voice tone and non-verbal attributes that get the job done in guided imagery
In my work as a therapist/healer, I''ve had some very intense cases these past few weeks. I found myself pretty stressed over the past few days, and though I took time to try to restore, I was still feeling irritable this morning.

A client failed to show up for her appointment and I looked to see what imagery CDs I had available. The only one on hand was Fania Chazen''s Hebrew version of Belleruth''s Relaxation & Wellness CD.
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Though I don''t speak or understand more than a few Hebrew words, the CD brought me into a very quiet place, and Fania''s voice, calm and centered, helped me find my own calm, centered space. An ancient remembering stirred inside me, and though I didn''t understand the words I was hearing, my heart knew it was healing.

I am now ready to face the difficult sessions from this grounded place....peace within restored once more. I thank you, Fania, and Belleruth, for myself and those who will come to my space seeking healing on all levels. Ah, how the gifts ripple on....

Love and much gratitude,
Lynne Newman

[Ed. Note: And we quickly want to note that Lynne Newman has brought plenty of healing and restoration to others herself, with her own, beautiful guided imagery CDs.]
Belleruth Naparstek

Psychotherapist, author and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek is the creator of the popular Health Journeys guided imagery audio series. Her latest book on imagery and posttraumatic stress, Invisible Heroes: Survivors of Trauma and How They Heal (Bantam Dell), won the Spirituality & Health Top 50 Books Award