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Help for PTSD – Our Diabolically Clever Scheme Seems to Have Worked!

30 Jun

Well, it worked.  Our full court press (digitally speaking) to get the word out about the value of guided imagery for traumatic stress seems to have taken on a life of its own.  A lot of people began a new strategy last week, to help them cope with posttraumatic stress – not just manage PTSD but remediate it.

We couldn’t be tickled more pink.  
Or perhaps, more properly said, we couldn’t be tickled pinker??
We couldn’t be more pinkly tickled?

Whatever.  I digress.

The point is, we got hundreds of trauma survivors checking in to see what kind of benefit guided imagery might have to offer them – service personnel and veterans and their families; kids suffering the traumatic loss of a parent; survivors of motor vehicle accidents; people recovering from tornadoes, hurricanes and earthquakes; people suffering the after-effects of domestic violence, childhood sexual abuse and all manner of accidents and injuries… you get the picture.

Scores took the time to listen to the free samples we posted, and order programs for Healing Trauma, Healthful Sleep, Help with Panic Attacks, Grief, Anger & Forgiveness, Stress Relief, to listen to regularly, as part of their new daily healing regimen.

We hope they’ll benefit greatly and then do what others have, and spread the word themselves.  Please feel free to report on the impact – either initially or after a period of cumulative use… or both! These are posts we’d love to read.

Many thanks to all the therapists, coaches, health professionals and bloggers who helped make this happen. You know who you are and we love you.

We’ve decided to take advantage of all this fabulous momentum – and decided to extend our 20% Off Sale on trauma-related products for an extra week. (Again, please keep in mind that we have to exclude stuff that’s already on sale, and that we can’t afford to do this with Playaways.)

Okay, take care, be well and let us know how it goes.  

All best,

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