• Meditations for PTSD

  • 7 Guided Meditation Scripts for Overcoming Anxiety, Stress, Panic Attacks, Healing Your Inner Child, and Deep Sleep
  • By: Shivani Batra
  • Narrated by: Alyssa Rhoads
  • Length: 5 hrs and 6 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Do you want a proven way to reduce your PTSD symptoms in just a few minutes? Keep reading....

Meditation is one of the most popular forms of complimentary therapy for mental, emotional, and physical conditions on the planet.

And when it comes to PTSD, its effectiveness is no different.

Meditations can help with things such as reducing stress levels and improving sleep.

In Meditations for PTSD, you’ll experience:

  • Relaxing and effective meditations, written and delivered by pros
  • A guided warm-up proven to calm your mind instantly
  • Narration and prompts specifically designed to trigger critical mental and emotional responses for reducing anxiety and panic attacks in adults and veterans
  • Custom guided imagery exercises to remedy six different PTSD symptoms
  • Convenient visualizations that get results but don't take much time to do
  • Powerful affirmations to subconsciously reprogram your mind and body for a more conscious and less fearful lifestyle

And much more!

Science and medicine are on the side of meditation. But even if you’re still skeptical, what do you have to lose?

If you want to discover your self-healing power, scroll up and listen to this audiobook.

©2021 Shivani Batra (P)2021 Shivani Batra

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It taught me forgiveness


There is this one particular topic or line in which I partially do not agree. “I forgive myself for my past”. It’s not always yourself, it’s not that you caused the problem. Rather, forgive yourself for blaming it all on you. You are not your mistakes, and you will never be. Do not let it define who you are or who you want to be in the future. Use it as a stepping stone to make yourself bolder and better.

In case no one has told you today, free yourself from whatever that’s pulling you down and unload the weights on your shoulder. It was never your fault, do not blame it all on you. Soon, you will claim that inner peace that you deserve.

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I totally agree with the narrator when she said “You can’t go back in time but you can incorporate a new perspective in your narrative that will help us understand the world around us.” After listening, I realized that the way I see the world before as a child is already different today. I now have a wider sense on how the world works.

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Ray of hope


Shivani Batra, a gifted woman and a compassionate friend who knows the grief caused by the past and the healing that is possible to people who have been injured physically, mentally, and emotionally. She sets forth a hopeful route to healing, writing from a brave place of honesty and vulnerability.

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What we need the most


Shivani Batra's Meditations for PTSD improved my mental health. This audio is going to help a lot of people who have been through a lot of pain and are still going through it. Shivani has a strong and practical style of writing. Allow the healing process to begin.

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It gently calms me down


Because of my depression and PTSD, I frequently have panic attacks that make my heart beat faster and it’s hard for me to breathe like being suffocated. I am taking some sort of medicine and together with the audio, it can calm the racing thoughts in my mind.

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I am refreshed


Her audiobook offers a holistic approach to healing and living a free life. Listeners will be guided through applications with grace and love in this meditation for PTSD. I strongly advise anyone who is ready to be set free from the load of PTSD and begin walking triumphantly to listen to this audiobook.

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Very informative audiobook


This audiobook provided me with knowledge about PTSD, how the victims are traumatized and how they can get through it. With that, we also know how to handle or deal with people who have mental illnesses.

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Reminder: you are not who you were


To anyone who’s reading this, may I remind you that your feelings are valid. Whatever happened in the past is all in the past now. Face what’s ahead of you by also enjoying the benefits of today. Do not look back anymore. Hence, use it as a motivation to move forward, to learn from the lessons it gave us.

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I am having a hard time catching sleep but the moment I listen to the audio, everything seems to fall into place and it gives me the relaxation I need before ending the day.

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The brain meets the heart


Meditations for PTSD by Shivani Batra is a compassionate audiobook for anyone suffering from the effects of experiences, traumas, and silent battles. In its lines, written by a woman who understands, listeners will find a clear path through the grime towards wholeness and healing.

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  • Clark
  • 04-30-22

Get bad vibes from this

Get bad vibes from it. Music is more ominous than relaxing. The speaker sounds like she wants to control you

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  • Jade Baldwin
  • 08-08-21

Very relaxing ​​


​​How I wish these problems would just melt away like butter in the sun. It’s not just something that will disappear in just a blink of an eye. The best thing to do really is to help yourself, seek help, find a support group, talk to your friends, or call for a professional that is really trained to deal in those kinds of situations. However, this audio is still helpful as it serves as a virtual companion in times that we have nowhere to run to. Just listen and it will relax you.

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