Stress Relief

A Voice That Cares

A new approach to solving personal problems

Audio Recordings on Stress Relief

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Here’s how you can get maximum value from every recording you select.

Be sure to watch the following short video on deep breathing. Practice deep breathing while sitting, until you know you’re breathing deeply, down into your belly. Before listening to a recording, do a minute or two of deep breathing.

Remember the main point of A Voice That Cares. In addition to self-improvement, more importantly, the goal is to stay on track. You’ll have the best results by listening to a recording every day, even if you can only spare 5 minutes. In this way you will keep the momentum going.

Be fully alert when you’ve finished listening, unless it’s bedtime or nap time.

Additional tips: 1) Keep a journal of the changes you are making, as you continue to listen to the recordings. 2) Ask a trusted person if he/she is noticing that you’re doing better.

A Quick Instructional Video on Breathing Techniques

These recordings are to be heard in a private, safe and secure environment.
Listening requires your full attention. Do not multi-task or do anything else while listening to a recording.
Do not use these recordings while you are driving, operating machinery or engaged in any activity that requires your close attention.

You must listen to the whole recording, from start to finish.
In selecting the 5, 10 or 20 minute recording, do not stop listening before the recording has finished. If you do, you may not be at your best afterwards. For example, if you have fifteen minutes to spare, use the 10-minute recording.

It is strongly recommended that you use these recordings on a non-mobile device: your desktop or laptop computer. If you attempt to listen on a tablet or mobile phone, you may receive an alert requesting you to listen on a desktop or laptop.

5-Minute Recording on Stress Relief


10-Minute Recording on Stress Relief


20-Minute Recording on Stress Relief