Mind2Mind                                           Changing Minds, Changing Lives

Copyright Brenda El-Leithy 2013

During my work with the MacMillan Butterfly Centre - a support organisation for cancer patients and their families - I developed a series of relaxation and visualisation audios to encourage self-healing and stress management, and to improve coping skills.  These are now available as audio downloads to anyone who wants to enjoy the process of real relaxation and at the same time benefit mentally, physically and  emotionally.  I make no charge for these but ask you to respect my copyright by not making any charge for them to others. 

The 15 minute Fix

Just 15 minutes a day of physical and mental relaxation can improve your mood, your health, and your coping abilities.  Before listening, choose a comfortable position, either sitting or lying down, and make sure you won’t be disturbed.   You may open your eyes on the count at the end of the audio, allow yourself to continue relaxing, or drift into sleep and awaken naturally.

Breathe out the Past

A visualisation for letting go of negative thoughts and emotions anchored in the past that continue to influence your present.  Using the breath to release, this visualisation enables you to learn to let go and move on.  Before listening, choose a comfortable position, either sitting or lying down, and make sure you won’t be disturbed.   You may open your eyes at the end, allow yourself to continue relaxing or drift into sleep and awaken naturally.  

Chair of Dreams

A guided visualisation exercise for physical and mental relaxation to promote a sense of wellbeing and restore emotional and    psychological balanceChoose a comfortable place to rest,  either sitting or lying down, and make sure you won’t be disturbed.   You may open your eyes at the end, allow yourself to continue relaxing, or drift into sleep and awaken naturally.  The exercise is approximately 25 minutes.

Lake of Tranquility

A visualisation for physical and mental relaxation  to promote a sense of wellbeing and restore emotional and psychological balance.  Before listening, choose a comfortable position, either sitting or lying down, and make sure you won’t be disturbed.   You may open your eyes at the end, allow yourself to continue relaxing or drift into sleep and awaken naturally.  

Tropical Island

A guided visualisation exercise for physical and mental relaxation to promote a sense of wellbeing and restore emotional and    psychological balanceChoose a comfortable place to rest,  either sitting or lying down, and make sure you won’t be       disturbed.   You may open your eyes at the end, allow yourself to continue relaxing, or drift into sleep and awaken naturally.  The exercise is approximately 30 minutes.

Waterfall of Wellbeing

A guided visualisation exercise for physical and mental relaxation to promote a sense of wellbeing and restore emotional and    psychological balanceChoose a comfortable place to rest,  either sitting or lying down, and make sure you won’t be       disturbed.   You may open your eyes at the end, allow yourself to continue relaxing, or drift into sleep and awaken naturally.  The exercise is approximately 30 minutes.

Brenda El-Leithy Mamish

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Audios for Health and Wellbeing

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Healing and Recovery

This relaxation is designed to stimulate the body’s own healing processes and aid recovery from illness.  It was developed to help cancer patients but is helpful in promoting wellness in all situations and can complement any medical treatment by engaging the mind in the healing process.

Before listening, make sure you are comfortable and won’t be disturbed.  You can be sitting or lying, and can wake with the count at the end, or allow yourself to remain in relaxation for some time, or drift into sleep.

Successful Surgery

This relaxation and suggestion helps the subconscious mind prepare the body for successful surgery and rapid healing.  It should be used in the weeks and days leading up to surgery and after surgery.  The training of the mind helps the body relax and prepare to cope with the surgery in the best way possible.  The trigger words “You’re doing fine” can be used by those around the patient to constantly reinforce the healing suggestions.  Before listening, make sure you are comfortable and won’t be disturbed.  You can be sitting or lying, and can wake with the count at the end, or allow yourself to remain in relaxation for some time, or drift into sleep.

Relaxation for childbirth

This exercise helps prepare the mind, and thus the body, for a natural and joyful birth experience and helps you connect to your child and work with your body and mind to create harmony.  Click here to access the page.