Imagery and Meditations to support a Medicated Fertility Improve Fertility Infertility support
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Audio CD, February 1, 2002
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This Guided Imagery CD is designed to support you during your journey to pregnancy. The imagery contained within this recording is structured to complement a cycle while you are using any fertility enhancing medication. The recording contains specific tracks for use prior to ovulation, post ovulation, and general relaxation. The imagery makes use of the body/mind connection to help augment your body's natural ability at your specific stage of cycle, as well as providing a long-term sense of peace, control, and confidence.
About the Artist
Jennifer R. Bloome, MS OTR, HWC, is the President and Founder of Anji. Jennifer is an Occupational Therapist, a Health and Wellness Counselor specializing in Women's Health, and a certified Energy Practitioner. She has trained at Herbert Benson's Mind/Body Institute in Boston MA and with Possibilities.
Jennifer has spoken at both the national and local levels on the effects of stress on fertility, pregnancy, and other general women's health issues.
- Using Guided Imagery as a tool to help anxious Moms - International Lamaze Conference, September 29 2002, Pittsurgh, PA - Experiencing Guided Imagery & The Mind/Body Connection: Alternative Therapy to Compliment Treatment Regional Conference January 25-26, 2002 : "A New Year: A New Hope" hosted by Conceiving Concepts, Louisville, KY - Experiencing the Mind-Body Connection Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association 2002 PCOSupport Conference May 30-June 1 2002, Minneapolis, MN - Seminars in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area on effects of stress on health: General Mills, Naas Chiropractic, Childbirth Collective, and Resolve
Jennifer's Labor and Birth preparation CD has been reviewed and selected by Lamaze International as a leading resource in childbirth and early parenting.
Notes from Jennifer: "I am passionate about Women's Health. As women, we are asked to manage multiple priorities and roles. We thrive on the excitement and are filled by nurturing others. Yet, we tend to not focus the same energy on ourselves. Often when we do turn the focus on ourselves, it is with a critical eye. "I shouldn't have eaten that.";"I'll never be able to have a baby.";"If I were only a size 6, then I'd be happy."
But, the truth is we DO deserve to be happy and healthy and have a fantastic quality of life.
The stress and the emotions that come with busy lives and unfulfilled desires, impacts our daily health and ability to enjoy day-to-day living. Because health is not just about your physical body, good health is about having balance and making choices that work with our own needs and wants. I feel very strongly that we, as women, need to take the time to turn the focus on ourselves. After all, if the caregiver is empty, how can we nurture others?
When was the last time you nurtured yourself?"