This powerful audio programme teaches your unconscious how to manage pain and discomfort and speed recovery from surgery as you listen to the healing tales of Phil Parker.
This delivers a series of tools for reducing pain and preparing for operations, which is based on years of research into helping people do exactly that. Phil will talk you through deep relaxation processes combined with low level subliminal suggestions, which are designed to help you and your body be best prepared for any operations, increase your sense of comfort and create pain relief.
Running time of approx. 50 minutes. It is designed to be played at a low volume so that you don’t even have to consciously listen to it to gain the benefits of relaxing really deeply. You can choose to relax just for the duration or whilst drifting off to sleep. You will find that the effects will last for many hours after it has finished playing.
Also included in this package is exclusive access to an interactive support forum to help put the training included in the download into practice and where you can ask Phil any questions you have and find out your options for further support, as well as the opportunity to talk to other people who have bought this product.
Download your copy of Pain Reduction and Pre-Op for just £8.99 right now!
How do I download it?
It couldn’t be simpler, as after purchasing it you’ll be sent an email:
- In the email you will receive there will be a link to your download, clicking on this link will transfer the audio programme to your computer
- Some computer do this for you already, so please check your ‘Download’ folder to find it!
- So within a few minutes you will be able to listen it on your computer, or if you want to, send it to your iPod/phone etc.
If you don’t receive your email within a few minutes please check your junk folder as it’s likely to have gone there by mistake!
IPHONE / IPAD USERS
Please don’t download these directly onto your iPad or iPhone – it won’t work. You’ll need to download them to your computer first, add them to iTunes and then sync to your iPad or iPhone – sorry it’s an apple thing