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Relationship Release

Ellen Chernoff Simon

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“Relationship Release” will help you cultivate being thankful for and growing from your relationship breakup. Love is a gift. One of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves, and to someone else, is renunciation and release from an unhealthy attachment. Love is not a destination but rather a process through which one person attempts to know another. The person we love at first may not be the person we love at last, but their presence and influence on our life is part of the process. Sometimes love means acceptance: accepting the way things are, the way people are, as they are. Love, especially self-love, can also mean having the courage to change your attitude and response to life, even if it's not going the way you'd like. Ultimately, you are responsible for your experience of happiness and your ability to love and be loved. Embracing responsibility for your life experience is liberating and produces a sense of deep happiness and fulfillment. The Science Behind Imadulation’s Guided Imagery The mental images we hold affect not only our emotions, but also our physiology. Guided Imagery is a technique that utilizes powerful and positive sensorial experiences to heal the mind-body connection. Imadulation's unique Guided Imagery contains a prosodic, soothing, melodic voice spoken over peaceful music with sounds from nature. Combined with binaural audio, these techniques have been shown scientifically to promote a sense of calm and relaxation. Binaural audio contains targeted frequencies that entrain alpha and theta brain waves, which are the frequencies dominant in states of relaxation. It also enhances neuroplasticity by breaking up rigid patterns of behavior. Guided Imagery is recognized by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as a safe and effective alternative therapy for mind-body wellness. Imadulation’s Guided Imagery contains educational relaxation training designed to counter the progression of the stress response, reduce hyperactivity of the sympathetic nervous system, induce physical relaxation of th






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