Hi Christine,

Here are your links to download audios from our sessions. Click the buttons below to play the track online or ‘Right-click/click-hold’ and choose to ‘SAVE’ to your device.

I’d suggest that you download to your personal device, and listen to the track without the need for internet connection.

As we progress through our sessions together I will upload your MP3s and homework tasks to this page. These mp3s are your medication – take at least one ‘listen‘ per day for best effects.

Relaxation & Motivation Boost This is to be listened to at least once per day for best effect. A calmer mind has a stronger foundation on which to build powerful new thought patterns. If the calm baseline isn’t robust, your mind will find it more difficult as we move into deeper seated mindwork. In the next session we look at releasing any triggers and emotional baggage.

Homework – Your only homework for this week is to devote time to listening to the audio. This will calm your mind and relax your body. Even in the case that you don’t initially feel any mental difference, please continue… the pure act of physically relaxing will begin to alleviate stress symptoms.

Emotional Baggage Clearing This technique uses visualisation to metaphorically release the energy behind all negative emotional baggage. When emotional baggage is diffused and released the resulting symptoms caused by it begin to release too.

Homework at this stage involves taking note of any thoughts, daydreams, dreams or nightmares you have in between our sessions. Keeping a thought journal, particularly capturing any negative thoughts, where you were at the time, what you were doing and the resulting behaviour that was produced. I.e. I had a bad daydream about XXX, I was at home at 4pm, it resulted in me becoming sad and grabbing a bottle of wine to distract my feelings.

Creating Alternatives This technique allows you to create some preferred alternative behaviours when faced with old triggers or challenging situations. Instead of reverting to previous conditioned behaviours, you create a new response and ‘try it on for size’. Mental rehearsal allows you to become psychologically comfortable when performing the new behaviour in real-life.

Homework Your task is to listen once per day and gradually introduce the mental rehearsal behaviours into real life situations. Slowly does it. Choose your reaction and put it into practice. Remember, progress takes practice – so don’t expect perfection immediately. Small steps.

CONFIDENCE Let’s reinforce all other sessions with this confidence boost. In this audio we embed confidence to overcome old emotional or conditioned traits, whether they’re negative, uncertain or fearufl feelings or conditioned behaviours. We highlight how every manifestation of stress, tension or fear is quite simply an opportunity for you to take that deep breath and calmly apply a measured response. When calm and positive minded, you can often discover that others project their own feelings and conditions onto us, and that we do not have to react in accordance with their feelings and behaviours.