The Coma Whisperer – Meditation #1

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Watching your comatose loved one, without being able to get through, can be heart-wrenching.  All you want to do is make things better. However, if you don’t know where to start, that can be really frustrating. In my book, The Coma Whisperer, you can get insights on how to use natural approaches to improve things.

Why do I understand your frustration? From first-hand experience working with people in a coma, during stroke recovery, and PTSD, I know the importance of feeling calm. From a calm mental state, progress is possible.

How To Use This Meditation

This script is designed to calm the listener.  You will hear breathing in addition to the words.  Whether it is someone in a coma or the caregiver, listening to this scripted audio recording can guide you to feel calm. You can breathe along with the breathing or simply relax and listen to the recording. The main focus is on feeling calm.

I wrote a book called The Coma Whisperer. In it, I share a story based on true events about eight-year-old Jonathan, my first coma client. Playing alone near the river at a family picnic, he inadvertently lost his balance and drowned. Paramedics revived him. However, he had massive brain damage.

I first heard about Jonathan after he’d been comatose for five weeks.  Intuitively, I felt inspired to go and see him. A Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) Stress Relief Coach, something drew me to him. I think he reminded me of Jason, my first-born son.  About a year before I met Jonathan, my son Jason died of a rare birth disorder called Marfan’s Syndrome. As I watched Jase’s life evaporate right before my eyes, I wanted to stop his suffering. I knew that was really unlikely. My husband and I could only do so much for Jase. But Jonathan’s situation was different. I felt I might be able to help him.

The hearing sense is active in comatose people. They might not be able to respond by speaking to you, but you can see changes in their breathing rate. If you can do anything to calm them, that benefits them.

I’ve learned a lot since first working with Jonathan.  I’ve now worked with other comatose people and those in stroke recovery using hypnosis and something called Jin Shin Jyutsu. These are techniques that can make a difference to reduce stress naturally.

Purposely choosing to feel calm can also be a natural way to balance brain chemistry.  Balanced brain chemistry helps us all reduce our stress.

NOTE: If you plan to use this recording for your comatose loved one, make sure you get the doctor’s permission first.  Some people are intentionally put in a coma for their best health. So, before you play the recording, give the link to your loved-one’s medical professional for approval to use it.

If you listen to this recording, you agree that you and you alone are responsible for any effects that occur. You agree to hold me harmless should anything harmful occur.

YouTube videos and other resources:

1- The Calm Tap Technique – This video is to be used with those in coma as a way to stimulate brain activity using calmness. Can also be used to help caregivers feel calm quickly.

https://youtu.be/8IVKYh17h8U

2- This video provides instructions for using The Coma Whisperer Meditations

https://youtu.be/FgpoFsUn4Ao

3- I can think any thought I prefer to think The Coma Whisperer Susan Fox

This is the video version of The Coma Whisperer Meditation #1

https://youtu.be/OrowISJnxXE

Description –

This is The Coma Whisperer Meditation #1 designed to promote calm in caregivers and those in coma.  It is the video version of the free audio recording.

Will your comatose loved one respond after hearing it? No one can know. However, notice the breath rate. Is it calmer after hearing a meditation? If so, that could be an indication he or she is hearing the meditation. A change in breath rate IS a conscious response. If this happens and you want to talk about it, you can email me to discuss at [email protected].

Note: Only use these meditations for those in coma or stroke recovery after first getting permission from your comatose person’s physician. Some people are intentionally put into a medical coma for their benefit. ONLY follow doctor’s orders.

https://www.amazon.com/Coma-Whisperer-non-medical-management-communicate-ebook/dp/B00FBRM5MI/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=The+Coma+Whisperer&qid=1585064235&sr=8-1

Blog posts about coma communication: https://www.brainviewtraininginstitute.com/2015/09/22/coma-communication-to-reduce-stress-part-one/

https://www.brainviewtraininginstitute.com/2015/10/07/hypnosis-coma-communication-part-two-empowering-mindset/

https://www.brainviewtraininginstitute.com/2015/11/03/hypnosis-coma-communication-part-three-perseverance/

Contact Susan Fox, Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) Stress Relief Coach by email at [email protected] Visit her website at www.brainviewtraininginstitute.com. In the US and Canada, leave a message 24/7 with complete contact information about you and your coma or stroke recovery situation at (740) 531-0400. This is only a message line. Susan will call you back as soon as she can. Your voicemail will appear in her email address. Thank you!

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The Coma Whisperer Meditation Calms

Watching your comatose loved one, without being able to get through, can be heart-wrenching.  All you want to do is make things better. However, if you don’t know where to start, that can be really frustrating. In my book, The Coma Whisperer, you can get insights on how to use natural approaches to improve things. Why might this interest you as a TBI coma caregiver? Because even a simple thing might be the thing that improves life quality for your loved one.

In the subheading below called FREE Audio Recording Will Calm The Listener, you’ll read the explanation on how to use this program.

Why do I understand your frustration? From first-hand experience working with people in a coma, during stroke recovery, and PTSD, I know the importance of feeling calm. From a calm mental state, progress is possible. Why is progress easier from a calm mental state? Because usually, brain chemistry becomes more balanced when you intentionally calm your mind.

The Coma Whisperer Book Is Based On True Events

I wrote a book called The Coma Whisperer. In it, I share a story based on true events about eight-year-old Jonathan, my first coma client. Playing alone near the river at a family picnic, he inadvertently lost his balance and drowned. Paramedics revived him. However, he had massive brain damage. Though he experienced serious brain damage, he still had a will to survive.  Why? He was a fighter! Having the will to fight drives a person to thrive even under dire circumstances!

My Personal Experiences Came In Useful

I first heard about Jonathan after he’d been comatose for five weeks.  Intuitively, I felt inspired to go and see him. A Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) Stress Relief Coach, something drew me to him. I think he reminded me of Jason, my first-born son.  About a year before I met Jonathan, my son Jason died of a rare birth disorder called Marfan’s Syndrome. As I watched Jase’s life evaporate right before my eyes, I wanted to stop his suffering. I knew that was really unlikely. My husband and I could only do so much for Jase. But Jonathan’s situation was different. My imagination raced with possibilities.

When I heard about Jonathan, I had been a professional hypnotist specializing in stress reduction for only about a year. My focus narrowed on teaching people calm public speaking and calm test-taking. I never imagined I’d be using hypnosis to help someone in a coma!

Guided Imagery, Hypnotic Suggestion & Command Following – Wow!

Using guided imagery, hypnotic suggestion, and a technique called Command Following, within 48 hours of using these CAM methods, Jonathan regained conscious awareness. The thing I discovered that helped a lot was suggesting ways Jonathan could feel calm.  This brief MP3 audio recording is similar to the one I first created for Jonathan.  It is yours free to try out on yourself or your comatose loved one.

Many People In Coma Can Hear You

The hearing sense is active in most comatose people. They might not be able to respond by speaking to you, but you can see changes in their breathing rate. If you can do anything to calm them, that benefits them.

I’ve learned a lot since first working with Jonathan.  I’ve now worked with other comatose people and those in stroke recovery using hypnosis and something called Jin Shin Jyutsu. These are techniques that can make a difference to reduce stress naturally.

FREE Audio Recording Will Calm The Listener

This script is designed to calm the listener.  You will hear breathing in addition to the words.  Whether it is someone in a coma or the caregiver, listening to this scripted audio recording can guide you to feel calm. You can breathe along with the breathing or simply relax and listen to the recording. The main focus is on feeling calm.

Why does this program quickly calm? Using my professional hypnotic voice, I guide you to calm your mind. If you accept the suggestions, you will relax naturally.

Should you choose to calm yourself as you listen to the audio recording, or play it for your comatose loved one, allow yourself to feel calm.  Purposely choosing to feel calm can also be a natural way to balance brain chemistry.  Balanced brain chemistry helps us all reduce our stress.

NOTE: If you plan to use this recording for your comatose loved one, make sure you get the doctor’s permission first.  Some people are intentionally put in a coma for their best health. So, before you play the recording, give the link to your loved-one’s medical professional for approval to use it.

Note 2: If you listen to this recording, you agree that you and you alone are responsible for any effects that occur. You agree to hold me harmless should anything harmful occur.

Reviews:

Susan Fox’s The Coma Whisperer echoes the multitude of challenges caregivers face when supporting a loved one through a crisis.  The case recounted in this book demonstrates the power of hypnosis, helping to improve the quality of life of a brain-injured youth and bring comfort, peace and hope to his caregivers.

Connie Hollett, Trained & Certified Consulting Hypnotist

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

“The Coma Whisperer” by Susan Fox is a must read for anyone who needs comforting, acceptance and creative learning in their role as a caregiver. Sometimes, fate changes our lives in one dramatic moment and this story gives us many helpful ideas for how-to cope with situations that tax us and test our faith to the very core.

-Jane Ann Clemens, PMT, NCH, CHt Ben Lomond, CA

http://janeannmassagepro.blogspot.com/

A heartbreaking and heartwarming story of the power of love, the brain and God. A must-read for anyone with a family member or friend with a long-term illness.

Beverly Keyes Taylor, CH

Homestead, Florida

www.easykeytolife.com

The Coma Whisperer is skillfully written, moving and insightful.  It had me choking back the tears as well as rejoicing for the future.

Leslie Bonnick, Hypnotherapist, Axminster, UK

Using Hypnosis Susan was able to give young Jonathan the gift of communicating with the hospital staff and his family. I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in knowing about alternative methods, finding inner strength during times of adversity, and the power of love and mindful living.

Joyce Kostakis

You will love The Coma Whisperer story. You literally will not want the book to end. An edge of your seat true story. Reveals how hypnosis brought eight-year-old drowned then revived, comatose victim back to conscious awareness. Based on actual events, within 48 hours of using hypnosis, Jonathan could once again communicate with caregivers and his family. Proof positive guided imagery and positive suggestion (complementary alternative medicine) methods can work, even with some people in a vegetative state. Spiritual! Real! Believable! A must-have book for TBI caregivers.

YouTube videos and other resources:

1- The Calm Tap Technique – This video is to be used with those in coma as a way to stimulate brain activity using calmness. Can also be used to help caregivers feel calm quickly.

https://youtu.be/8IVKYh17h8U

2- This video provides instructions for using The Coma Whisperer Meditations

https://youtu.be/FgpoFsUn4Ao

3- I can think any thought I prefer to think The Coma Whisperer Susan Fox

This is the video version of The Coma Whisperer Meditation #1

https://youtu.be/OrowISJnxXE

Description –

This is The Coma Whisperer Meditation #1 designed to promote calm in caregivers and those in coma.  It is the video version of the free audio recording.

Will your comatose loved one respond after hearing it? No one can know. However, notice the breath rate. Is it calmer after hearing a meditation? If so, that could be an indication he or she is hearing the meditation. A change in breath rate IS a conscious response. If this happens and you want to talk about it, you can email me to discuss at [email protected].

Note: Only use these meditations for those in coma or stroke recovery after first getting permission from your comatose person’s physician. Some people are intentionally put into a medical coma for their benefit. ONLY follow doctor’s orders.

https://www.amazon.com/Coma-Whisperer-non-medical-management-communicate-ebook/dp/B00FBRM5MI/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=The+Coma+Whisperer&qid=1585064235&sr=8-1

Blog posts about coma communication: https://www.brainviewtraininginstitute.com/2015/09/22/coma-communication-to-reduce-stress-part-one/

https://www.brainviewtraininginstitute.com/2015/10/07/hypnosis-coma-communication-part-two-empowering-mindset/

https://www.brainviewtraininginstitute.com/2015/11/03/hypnosis-coma-communication-part-three-perseverance/

Contact Susan Fox, Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) Stress Relief Coach by email at [email protected] Visit her website at www.brainviewtraininginstitute.com. In the US and Canada, leave a message 24/7 with complete contact information about you and your coma or stroke recovery situation at (740) 531-0400. This is only a message line. Susan will call you back as soon as she can. Your voicemail will appear in her email address. Thank you!