Meditation CD

First, Just Listen: Guided Relaxation and Meditation

CD with gentle vocal instruction and shakuhachi Japanese flute. 6 tracks ending with silent meditation with bell at 10 and 20 minutes.

Listen to a sample here

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Endorsements

I love this CD! I’ve tried so many tapes and CDs to relax.   I’ve even gone to the Orient to learn to meditate. ‘First, Just Listen’ is the first thing that has worked for me.
— Claire Handy

Karen Kisslinger has mastered the art of guided relaxation. My health students leave her class relaxed and energized, professing the ability to reduce stress at any time.
— Denise Dower, Chair/Health Education Housatonic Valley Regional High School, Falls Village, Connecticut

I loved hearing Karen’s beautifully produced CD.     I felt so relaxed and in my body following her direction.   I ordered copies to have ready in my office for patients..instant homework for the right people. Great job.
— E. Garber, acupuncturist

I never knew I could feel so relaxed.   Karen’s relaxation exercise made me feel better for the rest of the day.     It was awesome.
— High school student

In her guided relaxation work, Karen Kisslinger skillfully combines voice, breath, and sound. Those who are new to these exercises experience deep relaxation and   those who   have the patience to use the exercises regularly   experience ever deeper results.
— Nancy Bird, Director of Health Services and Human Development Curriculum Hotchkiss School, Lakeville Ct.

Track Listing:

  • First Just Listen 18 Minute Full Body Relaxation
  • Calm, Focused, Aware, Short Breathing Exercise 1
  • Calm, Focused, Counting; Short Breathing Exercise 2
  • Focused Breathing Practice: Feel, Hear, See
  • First, Just Listen, Short Version Guided Relaxation 11 Minutes
  • Mindfulness Meditation Instruction and Silent Practice