How Your Brain Can Turn Worry into Calmness

Marty Rossman, M.D. is one of my first Interactive Guided Imagery(sm) teachers.   Marty and David Bressler, Ph.D. are the co-founders of the Academy of Guided Imagery (AGI)

I “stumbled” onto one of their introductory workshops in the 1980’s.  I had already been certified in hypnosis but was never comfortable with the idea that as the hypnotherapist I held the key, I had the power, to create change.

When I attended that first AGI workshop it was a eureka moment for me.  The process and technique of Interactive Guided Imagery(sm)  Marty and David were teaching was how I intuitively did hypnosis:  The client held the key, the power, I was the guide.   Marty and David are brilliant and innovative.  I was hooked and went on to study with both of them.  I’ve now been on the AGI faculty  teaching other health care practitioners  how to do Interactive Guided Imagery(sm) since 1988.

I “stumbled” across this video of Marty Rossman and want to share what he teaches about the mind and how you hold the key and the power to create calm.

It is an 1 1/2 hour lecture – easy listening and WORTH your time.

At the end Marty will lead you through an imagery exercise for you to experience the power of your mind-body connection .

Physician, author, speaker, researcher, and consultant Martin L. Rossman, MD, discusses how to use the power of the healing mind to reduce stress and anxiety, relieve pain, change lifestyle habits, and live with more wellness.”

3 thoughts on “How Your Brain Can Turn Worry into Calmness

  1. J/J, Turn anxiety into calmness? I will be listening to this later tonight. If it works I will be the calmest person in the world! I will let you know.

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