Imagine being more present – having greater awareness of your breath, laughing more often, and finding ease in making choices and taking actions.
Imagine being physically relaxed during challenging situations that used to leave your neck, shoulders and back feeling tight.
Imagine lowering your stress, improving your circulation, and strengthening your immune system.
Now imagine these life enhancements emerging from learning you do in your sleep!
Well, almost, anyway.
The first recording in the Befriending Your Breath series works as a morning alarm to gently awaken you with Dave’s soothing hypnotic voice and energize you with the soft sounds of his infectious laugh. The third recording will help you fall asleep at night.
In the first few minutes of waking up, the mind is in the hypnopompic state, a period where your awareness of the outside world gradually expands but you are still subconsciously receptive to suggestions as if you are in hypnosis. It is the perfect time to receive this brief inspirational message. There is a similarly valuable hypnagogic state your mind passes through as you drift off to sleep.
The morning recording has two built-in Snooze breaks. That means the talking stops but the recording continues and laughter returns after a few minutes to make sure you’re awake by the end (you can still set another more traditional alarm as a backup just in case). The evening recording trails off to let you integrate the message as you fall asleep.
The middle recording can be used anytime during the day to practice an exercise called Laughter Intervals, alternating designated periods of laughing and breathing, along with more inspiring words about the value of choosing to do this every day.
All three recordings come with two versions, one containing just Dave’s voice and another with background sounds or music. You may find you have a preference, or perhaps you will enjoy alternating from time to time. The six .mp3 files are downloaded in a single .zip file. Click this Befriending Your Breath User Guide (.pdf)
for the simple steps to download and set up the recordings first on your computer then on your phone. Scroll up to hear samples of each recording.