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Mind Controlled Analgesia

A guided imagery technique for relieving pain at its worst.

Mind Controlled Analgesia (DB102) - 300x300

For chronic pain problems that affect many parts of the body, including arthritis, CRPS, fibromyalgia, RSD, and spinal pain problems.

Listen to an audio sample from Track 2

For chronic pain problems that affect many parts the body, including headaches, back pain, arthritis, CRPS, fibromyalgia, post-herpetic neuralgia and other pain problems.

Listen to the Instructions on Track 1.

Then listen to Track 2 once or twice daily for five days or until you learn the basic technique.

Continue practicing daily listening to Track 3 with music or Track 4 without music.

Once you have mastered the technique, listen to Track 5 with music, or Track 6 without music.

For problem solving, listen to Track 7.

Track One: Introduction and Instructions [11:54]

Track Two: Learning Mind Controlled Analgesia [19:46]

Track Three: Practicing Mind Controlled Analgesia (music) [13:08]

Track Four: Practicing Mind Controlled Analgesia (no music) [13:01]

Track Five: Instant Mind Controlled Analgesia (music) [5:41]

Track Six: Instant Mind Controlled Analgesia (no music) [5:26]

Track Seven: Problem Solving Information [2:33]

Do not listen to this MP3 while driving or while engaged in any other activity that requires your full and complete attention. Listen only when in a safe and protected environment.

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If there are no such applications installed like the two I just mentioned on your machine, you can download WinZip (PC), or The Unarchiver (MAC) here.


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