Episode 35 – Emotional – Anxiety

Episode 35 - Emotional – AnxietyAnyone who has experienced a panic attack knows the result of unresolved stress and anxiety. This meditation was designed for those going through stressful and anxious times. It can help you get through them naturally.  Through breathing, you can learn how to manage your feelings instead of allowing them to overwhelm you.

Reader: Adrian

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by Juanita Ortega on Emotional – Anxiety

This is one of the best meditations I've tried. It is very relaxing and I love the guided breathing with counting technique. I also want to add that Adrian's voice is very soothing and suits very well to the subject of this meditation. I am always get destructed by the voice when listening to a meditation, especially when it is very loud, but not with this one. I may not have said it before with other meditations from Ease, but I highly recommend this to people who are suffering from anxiety.

by Filip Veljanovski on Emotional – Anxiety

Anxiety is an everyday problem and a lot of people deal with and we shouldn't be ashamed to speak about it. If we fill our mind with anxiety, we wouldn't be able to think consciously. We always try to find our "quiet spot" and calm our anxiety. I deal with anxiety very often and i am very glad i discovered this meditation, it made me very refreshed and calmed. Thank you a lot Ease meditation!

by Leah Piscopo on Emotional – Anxiety

I highly enjoyed the subject matter. I liked the words that were spoken along with the message. The speakers voice was pitchy and made the words sound less soothing than they should have been. I struggle with anxiety as I'm sure many others do as well and I'm sure this meditation would be great for anxious people. I would recommend this meditation and would listen to it again if it wasn't for the super pitchy words.