The Stress is Not You
How many times have you said to yourself or to others, "I'm totally stressed out!"... or "I gotta get rid of my stress!"... or "My stress is killing me!"
... or you realize you are frequently yelling at the kids or your partner, feeling like you have become someone other than yourself, someone you don't recognize?
For those of us who deal with high stress levels on a daily basis, it is often difficult to separate ourselves from the unexpected, severe stress-induced reactions that seem to take over our behavior. This recording explains, in great detail and with real life examples, how you can apply proven methods for effectively working with the very stress, illness, or adversity that you are experiencing. You will learn, in depth, how to work with difficult thoughts, feelings, body sensations, pain, and other potential stressors that may arise throughout the day. You will discover how to use your mind and body to create emotional and physical resiliency.
YOU ARE NOT THE STRESS or your stress reactions. YOU CAN STOP THE STRESS from controlling you and your actions. Learn to work with all of life's experiences with more awareness, equanimity, and compassion. Appreciate more fully the life you have now.
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Note: Due to the many variables associated with individual computer systems/versions and software, we are unable to coach you directly on how to setup any download on your personal computers or devices.
However, generally speaking, if you want to listen on your smart device, you may first need to save the audio file to your computer. Next, right click on the file you have just saved, select "Open With" and choose your preferred application (usually iTunes or Windows Media Player). From here you can sync to your iPod/iPad/iPhone with your iTunes program, or to your android phone/tablet with your Windows Media program.