After deeply relaxing, imagine going inside your body to visualize any injured or diseased parts. Once identified, visualize the healing process by seeing your white blood cells engulfing bacteria or cancer cells. Imagine healing light streaming into an injured organ, or picture an army of tiny workmen repairing a fractured bone. Your inner healer will be your personal choice and dependent upon your personal beliefs and values.
The image you use in directing the healing process will emerge from the deeper levels of your mind, and depend on your imagination and the condition with which you are dealing. The image can be very realistic, if you wish, and a discussion with your healthcare professional may help you understand the process of your particular illness. On the other hand, the image you use can be very symbolic or even fantastical. Visualizing a vacuum cleaner sucking up devitalized tissue or cancer cells, a healing laser cleansing your system, or a sewing machine to speed up bone healing is perfectly OK, as is a swarm of angels or a religious figure. Images most meaningful to you are the ones that tend to work best.
About 20% of people can't visualize a healing image and instead use one of their other senses to optimize their healing. Hearing restorative music or a healing tone that balances your organs; feeling the magic touch of a fairy or the laying on of healing hands are all part of the healing journey. For best results while overcoming a disease pattern, Track 1 should be experienced one to three times per day (or more, if desired). It may then be used from time to time to sustain health and wellness, or for a welcome stress break when you need it. Many people play it during therapeutic massage.