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Heartbreak CD in Production

01 Nov

Hello again.  Well, finally, our oft-requested new audio for Heartbreak, Abandonment & Betrayal is “in the can” as they say (this means it’s recorded - a leftover from the analog days, when they put a finished reel in an actual can), and being edited and cleaned up by Bruce Gigax, our heroically patient, sound engineer.  Bruce can digitally excise pops, clicks, gurgles and unseemly mutterings like no other, not to mention his extraordinary abilities with pacing and mixing.  We’re in pretty good company - he also records the Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall each week; but he recently told me that of all the work he does, he’s proudest of his association with Health Journeys, because of the help it gives people.  It warmed the cockles of my heart to hear that, wherever those are.

So, these should be in the warehouse around Thanksgiving, and if you want, you can pre-order them here.

A few other announcements: Bob Scaer and Maggie Phillips will be giving a teleseminar on the new discoveries around brain neuroplasticity and implications for how we see posttraumatic stress and pain.  It’s on November 9th from 9-10:30 Pacific Time.  Bob writes, “With the discovery of the epigenome and the realization that neurons replicate based on experience, ideas about trauma are undergoing amazing restructuring. I hope you find this discussion fascinating and informative.”

You can sign up for Brain Neuroplasticity: Quantam Changes in the Treatment of Trauma and Pain here.

Jan Adrian just sent out a particularly juicy Cancer as a Turning Point newsletter, which you can find here.

And of course the annual, not-to-be-missed, NICABM meeting (a.k.a. the Hilton Head Conference) is scheduled for December 6-12.  Check out Ruth Buczynski’s line-up of amazing faculty and workshops here.

Okay, that’s it for now.  Take care and be well.

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