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Category: Grief and Loss – Price: 14.95 – Product Code: HDDEATHCH – Release Date: 2014/02/24
Relax and Listen to this Powerful Audio Hypnosis Download, (Death of a Child), that will help you make changes on a deep subconscious level.
- Get into comfortable clothing when you listen to ”Death of a Child”.
- When you listen it´s best to be in a quiet room and sit in any comfortable chair, couch, or bed.
- Make sure you are not going to be disturbed for at least half an hour.
- Figure out your goal for this Death of a Child Hypnosis Download. Are you listening to ”Death of a Child” just to relax? For self-improvement? To train your brain? Self-hypnosis can be used just for relaxation, sure, but it can also be used for a number of life-enhancing things. Many use self hypnosis to achieve their goals, change their thinking, or just as general positive reinforcement or motivation.
- When you enter ”Death of a Child”: Close your eyes and work to rid your mind of any feelings of fear, stress, or anxiety.
- Try to recognize and remove the tension in your body.
- When you listen to ”Death of a Child”: Take slow, deep breaths and appreciate the fact that you are going to be extremely relaxed. There will be a floating sensation.
And remember: If you were in conscious control of the content in ”Death of a Child”, you would have changed your life by now. The fact that you cannot must mean that your mind is running this issue at an unconscious level. Using ”Death of a Child”, you can let go of your issue at an unconscious level, in a way that gives you the freedom, confidence and control of all situations.
Go to the info and download page, Death of a Child, to begin your journey through self hypnosis and hypnotherapy.
Death of a Child
Let hypnosis soothe your ravaged emotions and give you some respite
It’s hard to imagine the suffering a parent must feel after the death of a child. Whether it was anticipated or not the grief and upset is intense. Memories of how the child was when they were full of life and vitality can haunt the bereaved parent as much as images of any suffering the child may have experienced.
If a child has just recently died you may feel as if you are ’seeing’ them every where in the street, on TV at the shops. This is a natural way the brain has of re-categorizing some one as no longer there physically. It’s a period of adjustment and also happens to people sometimes after relationships has ended.
The impact of the death of a child can reach far and wide affecting siblings, school friends, and of course any extended family. In addition to your own grieving you may have been worrying desperately as to whether other people are ok too. And of course it can feel hard to focus on others peoples’ emotions when you are overwhelmed by your own.
Different ways of grieving the death of a child
Many people describe grieving as a ’process’ and it’s true that it something you ’go through’ and come out the other side from. But there are different ways of grieving. You may experience all of just some of the characteristics of grief.
Of course it’s natural to grieve after a death of a child and sometimes it’s going to feel easier than others. But you need to continue to live and give love and support to people around you such as other children or your partner. To be able to live more fully you need to be ok. We all have emotional and physical needs whether we are bereaved or not. To stay strong and grieve properly you need to:
Have supportive people around you.
Have at least one person you can feel emotionally intimate enough with to talk about anything on our mind.
Feel connected to your community.
Get enough sleep and rest.
Eat regularly and well.
Keep your mind connected to day to day current reality.
Have a sense of goals for the future (even if that is to feel better in your self.)
The extent to which you can eventually meet the above needs in your life will correspond to how strong you start to feel. You may need to really think about how you can meet your needs in your life. But remember grieving takes time and only becomes a ’problem’ when it doesn’t seem to feel any better after many months and is clearly preventing you from engaging in your life by getting satisfactions though meeting your needs as a person. Please make sure you have someone to talk to.
The Guilt bind
Many grieving parents quite naturally feel that some how they shouldn’t ever feel better; that some how not constantly grieving for their child is disrespectful or means they are forgetting about them or no longer love them. This is a bind. You want to feel better but you feel bad when you do feel better.
But it’s good to know that you can always love your child. Eventually after the loss of a child many grieving parents find they can focus their grieving in a more ’organised’ way. This may mean putting one afternoon aside a month to look at photos and footage of their child. This organized grieving means that you can re-engage with life again and have times of not thinking upsetting thoughts and enjoy meaning in life whilst always taking time to remember in a pure and focused way. Eventually bereaved parents may mark out anniversary to remember the child twice or once a year. Of course the child is never forgotten and always mourned but life also continues for you and those around you.
This session isn’t meant to encourage you to forget your child or to some how make the grieving stop completely-that wouldn’t be right-but it should be used as a ’break from feeling bad’ and a way to feel better about your own future.
You can actually respectfully grieve in a better and balanced way if you are rested and relaxed more of the time.
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