Relief of Back Pain MS
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MS=easy listening music is used on the Subliminal portion of this version.
Each title comes with both Guided Meditation/Night and Subliminal/Anytime versions.
Please listen to Audio Sample all the way through to hear the musical difference.
On this program, Barrie directs you through a hypnotic process which could help relieve back pain. Then he uses a relaxation method to help lessen the tension in your back. It's a potent program of strong, positive suggestions directed to your mind.
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Here Is What You Get
ALL TITLES COME WITH TWO PARTS:
Guided Meditation / Night - You will hear all content in it's entirety. Generally under 45 minutes.
Most titles are listed more than once; each listing contains exactly the same content. It is the sounds used on the Subliminal / Anytime component that varies. the type of music/Ocean used on each Subliminal version can best be understood by the below key and a quick listening of each audio sample
MS / Music Subliminal (MS) Easy listening music
SCII / Super Consciousness II (SCII) Baroque classical plus Subliminal / Anytime track lightly in the background of the Guided Meditation / Night component
MSTR / Master Series (MSTR) Limited edition Series with upbeat music great for daytime use
EW / Emerald Webb (EW) Emerald Webb is a musical group that created these pieces especially for Potentials Unlimited
FV / Female Voice (FV) Sandra Bovee reads Barrie's script
OS / Ocean Subliminal (OS) ONLY the sounds of the Ocean are used
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Customer Testimonials - Relief of Back Pain MS
"Since 1988 I've been using the Potentials Unlimited Brand of Self-Hypnotic products for both my own pain management as well as giving them to my patients as part of the cognitive behavioral restructuring treatment plan as well as adding non-pharmacological interventions to their pain management plan. The titles I use most often are: (a) Relaxation; (b) Relieving Stress and Anxiety; (c) Pain Relief; (d) Back Pain Relief; (e) Up from Depression; (f) Stop Smoking; and (g) Insomnia. " -