Working with High Blood Pressure
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If you are living with high blood pressure, this set of educational audio tracks will introduce you to mindfulness meditation and teach you simple, profound tools that can help stabilize your blood pressure and bring you greater balance and peace.
- Introduction to Mindful Healing Series (3:23)
- Mindfulness and Stress Reduction (9:52)
- Mindfulness and High Blood Pressure (13:02)
- Guided Mindfulness Meditation (15:44)
- Guided Meditation for High Blood Pressure (30:34)
- Suggestions For Further Practice (3:59)
Bob Stahl, Ph.D. directs mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Programs at five hospitals in Northern California. Bob lived in a Buddhist Monestary for eight years and is a certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teacher. He developed the Mindful Healing CDs as a way to offer people everywhere the tools they need to maximize life, even in the midst of pain, stress and illness.
- Listen in a relaxed environment with your full, undivided attention. You can lie down or sit upright. If you find yourself falling asleep, try a more upright posture.
- The first time you listen, listen to the first three tracks in order. Track 1 will introduce you to the Mindful Healing Series.
- Track 2 provides background information about mindfulness and how it relates to stress reduction.
- Track 3 will explain how mindfulness can help you work with high blood pressure. You may want to listen to tracks 2 and 3 more than once since they contain valuable information about your health and well-being.
- Tracks 4 and 5 are guided meditations that will form the core of your daily practice. To achieve the best results, listen to one or both each day. Discover which one is most effective for you or rotate between them in the rhythm that best supports your healing.
- Track 6 provides simple suggestions for bringing the practice of mindfulness into your daily life.
These audio tracks are not a substitute for medical treatment. Individuals with medical challenges should consult their physician. Do not drive or operate machinery while listening.