Your "Deep Relaxation" audio from Paul McKenna will give you the ability to relax, focus, relieve stress and achieve better quality sleep time with a simple meditation system
Let the master of hypnosis guide you toward Deep Relaxation and wholesome, better Sleep with Paul McKenna's FREE audio download.
If you've ever struggled to relax because you suffer from anxiety, stress or simply don't know how to switch off, this audio will show you how to sleep better, be more relaxed and get much needed relief from stress.
Paul McKenna will teach you the skills of relaxation, showing you how we too often spend our days blowing problems out of proportion, working without a break and filling out heads with unnecessary information.
Just taking a step back from the everyday worries of life with this free audio download will give you the chance to meditate, relax, beat insomnia and overcome tension.
This audio is the gateway to deep, refreshing sleep from which you will wake up fully focused.
Ask yourself this
Do you want to be more relaxed?
Would your day-to day-life be better with less stress and more control over yourself?
Would your performance improve if you were able to focus better/em>?
Do you sleep badly?
Do you suffer from anxiety?
Could you sleep better?
Do you wish you had time to meditate?
Do you want stress relief?
If you answer YES to any of the questions above, use this free audio to sleep better.
When you sign up you will download two audio files that will easily lead you to a Deep Relaxation in easy stage.
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What You Get
In this double audio, Paul McKenna best-selling author and hypnotherapist, teaches you how to beat ansxiety, switch off completely and for a short time focus on the art of doing nothing.
You will hear from one of the world's leading lifestyle specialists how to fully recharge yourself through deep relaxation.
The first audio is an introduction to deep relaxation by McKenna, while the second download is a practical guide to sleep, in which Paul uses the power in his voice to pull you into a state of semi-consciousness, leading you to close your eyes and allow yourself to become deeply relaxed.
We strongly recommend that you download yours now and listen to your free audio recording everyday.
Once you have mastered the art of Deep Relaxation, you will take just a few minutes to disconnect from your worries and learn to sleep better.
We are sure the benefits for you will be great, improving your health, your ability to focus and your overall mood.
With your mind and body in a relaxed state, you will have more control in your life and more energy, too.
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Avoid Stimulants – Find Relaxants
What can you change in your environment that will make you relax more?
If you work indoors most of the day, spending ten minutes walking will help you to start to use your body, employing some of that pent-up stress and converting it to energy. The same applies with going to the gym or having a swim.
Other things will help you to relax. Enjoying nature, the shape of a young tree, the flight of a bird, simply taking in fresh air. All of these things have been shown to have calming effects on the mind, as if people are somehow hardwired to respond positively to nature.
At the same time, avoid stimulants. Many people think that they relax with a cup of coffee or a bar of chocolate. Very often, the stimulants in these foods cause you to become more stressed – as does the massive dose of sugar often found in snacks.
Even supposedly relaxing pastimes like playing video games and watching movies can be stressful – of course, because they're exciting! Be aware of what you are doing to your body.
Which stimulants are you using? Video games and coffee perhaps? Or chocolate and a movie?
And what are you doing that's helping you relax? Exercise? A few quiet moments in the park? A breath of fresh?
Paul McKenna describes all of these and much more in his audio download – Deep Relaxation.
Human beings spend approximately 30 per cent of their lives asleep, so almost a third of your entire existence is about to become significantly better.
Listen to Your Body!
Did you know, as well as the daily cycle of sleep and wakefulness of 24 hours, we also have a shorter cycle of rest and alertness.
Every 90 minutes or so throughout the day, our thoughts tend to slow down and we lose focus. Some people feel tiredness in their muscles and a general slowing down – and we feel like pausing and resting for a few minutes.
Many people try to ignore this rhythm – but Paul McKenna's advice is: DON'T!
The body's natural rhythm of alertness and rest is a way for the body to recharge itself. By allowing yourself to relax for 10 minutes, you are helping the body to dispel some of its stress and briefly "reboot".
So, listen to your body, allow yourself to daydream and you will rouse up feeling recharged, and will feel less stress when you come to deep relaxation!
Paul McKenna's techniques for dealing with anxiety
When your mind is filled with thoughts that keep you awake and won't let you sleep, Paul McKenna advises that you make time for yourself to listen to your worries – and then start doing something about them.
Very often we get to the end of the day and simply haven't dealt with all the things we need to. Stress, disagreements, arguments, expectations and much more beside can crowd your head, making it very difficult to find space to relax.
Giving yourself 20 minutes at a set time of the day – perhaps first thing in the morning – as well as devising ways to deal with the problems arising, will leave your mind clear and your body less stressed when you want to go to sleep.
Through meditation, learned relaxation and hypnosis, you can start to take charge again of your sleep patterns!
What is Stress?
These days many people suffer from stress.
Some sorts of stress are good for us, like when you get at a meeting or when you start a race.
Stress is not all in the mind. Stress and tension are also located in the body. They are the results of either getting ready to fight a problem, or run away. In the modern world, we have no one to fight and nowhere to run, so stress can build up and up.
The body releases adrenalin, food digestion is halted and blood is sent to the muscles from the skin to give us more power to move fast.
In the modern world we constantly prepare ourselves for fights or flights that never happen.
Stress causes the fight or flight mechanism in the body to get started, but without getting it finished.
Paul McKenna shows you exactly how to relax deeply by switching off that fight or flight mechanism for a while and get deep, replenishing rest.