• Vagus Nerve Exercises to Rewire Your Brain

  • Learn How to Reset and Stimulate Your Vagus Nerve to Overcome Anxiety and Trauma Stored in Your Body with Polyvagal Exercises and Self-Healing Meditation
  • By: Susan Baxter
  • Narrated by: Andrew Rosenberg, Jody Dispenza, Joe Peterson
  • Length: 14 hrs and 52 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (30 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Uncover the ultimate guide to self-healing and create a life of positivity and wellbeing.

Do you want to free yourself from negativity, embrace your gift of empathy, and practice emotional healing? Are you looking for heartfelt advice and practical exercises to help you build the life of your dreams and manifest your destiny? Or, do you want to enjoy feelings of inner peace, calmness, and tranquility? Then this audiobook is for you.

A harmony of body and mind is something we all strive to achieve. But the fast-paced world we live in, the busy work schedules, and responsibilities we have at home make it difficult to find time to work on our inner peace and health.

Within you is a complex, little-known superhighway running from the top of your head to the tips of your toes, where lots of information passes through to and from the different organs and organ systems and to and from the brain! This highway is the vagus nerve.

Anything disrupting the flow of information through this highway poses a danger to the connected organs and organ systems in between. The effect of that disruption may manifest in the form of all manner of health problems, including inflammation, various addictions, obesity, epilepsy, migraines, chronic stress, anxiety, depression, rheumatoid diseases, and many others.

Luckily, there are tons of quick-and-easy ways to activate and exercise the nerve, strengthening its function and restoring your body to good health. Through a series of easy self-help exercises, the audiobook will help you learn the simple ways you can regulate the vagus nerve to initiate deep relaxation, improve sleep, and recover from injury and trauma.

There is more: Inside this incredible audiobook, you'll explore everything you need to know to heal your mind, body, and soul. Drawing on a blend of psychological insights, ancient spiritual wisdom, and the latest scientific research, this guide offers you a holistic and transformational path for healing.

Breaking down the nature of empathy, how you can channel your chakras and stimulate your vagus nerve, as well as insights into healing foods and positive affirmations, this bundle is a must-listen for anyone who wants to fulfill their true potential.

You will learn:

  • What is the vagus nerve, and how it works
  • How stimulating your vagus nerve can improve your mood
  • Ten steps to practice correct breathing techniques
  • Seven reasons why a strong vagus response can help you recover more quickly after illness
  • Twenty-one practical exercises to stimulate the vagus nerve
  • How to overcome anxiety and depression
  • What empathy healing is and who empathy healers are
  • The importance of empathy healing in your life
  • The benefits of the polyvagal theory clearly explained
  • How to use mind-body therapies to alleviate depression
  • Various fascinating facts about the vagus nerve
  • Discover the secret connection between the vagus nerve and your gut
  • And much more!

Harmony and balance are achievable, and now, you have the chance to take the matter into your hands and reach your full potential! All you need to do is click on the "buy now" button to get the audiobook.

©2022 Susan Baxter (P)2022 Susan Baxter
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Not quite what I expected

Right before I got this book, I tried listening to Dr. Porges' book about polyvagal theory but it was too hard to follow with all of the scientific jargon. This book starts off putting things in simpler terms which I liked but then I felt like it droned on and on about polyvagal theory in ways it didn't need to. I expected the book to cover the theory and then spend a large chunk of time providing exercises but really the exercises are a VERY small part which was frustrating given the title of the book. I've been a meditator for several years so that part didn't offer me anything new. And the last part of the book was basically pushing the idea of "thinking positively" which I thought was weird given none of us with trauma histories can really just "think our way out" of our problems. I have listened to a lot of self improvement and psychology books and I still learned things I hadn't known before. I enjoyed the section explaining depression & anxiety disorders - although brief, I hadn't heard them explained that way before. Particularly that depression is your body's way of shutting down or almost hibernating when it is under extreme emotional stress. I also thought her explanation of the way antidepressants work was useful. Also as an empath and highly sensitive person I very much enjoyed the chapter on this as well.

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Polyvagal Exercises Changed my Life.

Learning the techniques & practicing daily has improved my Health, Sleep, anxiety and lowered my blood pressure. Grateful to have come across this guide.

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A surprisingly Audiobook!

The author know far more than my former neurologist who never even mentioned the vagus nerve to me. I have since learned it is possibly the core of my TMJ, chronic anxiety, migraines, fibromyalgia and inflammation issues.

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Astonishing

This author is a highly experienced teacher and a keen student of anatomy. He has a sense of humour, is always well-prepared and treats his class as adults with a minimum of yoga jargon. Experienced yoga practitioners can learn from his and beginners will not be intimidated. Highly recommended.

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Narrator voice changes mid book

Everything was going fine until the narrator change to a British narrator in the middle of the book. Why?!

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Great

I have finally understood what heart rate variability means and what it does for us.

I always thought that deep slow breathing was the best for us ... turns out i was wrong. Will definitively be training and very i am very grateful to be able to download the audio file on my phone. :)

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Do not buy - worthless book

This book had very little actual information on vagus merger exercises. Everything you get you can find online in a few mins researching. There is a LOT of fluff in this book. There are while chapters about only loosely related topics. The author talks over and over about the nervous system, repeating the same thing discussed in prior chapters. This is a horrible book and a waste of money and time. Trust me do not get it

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not good!!! :(

This was bad. One of the voices mispronounced words. There were strange and jarring musical transitions. For a book about controlling your emotions it was disturbing. The editing is all over the place. It was would come into a new chapter mid- sentence. The voices were interesting, everything else was bad 👎.

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Very useful guide!

This Vegus nerve should be called the 'good boy' for the functions it performs for and serves us in so many ways. I am grateful for this super complex and truly miraculous system we are blessed with. Let us praise, thank and meditate on it so it keeps functioning well. I am overwhelmed by watching how one nerve can manage so many organs.

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Wow, this guide is very useful

I am coping with a vagus nerve problem and this really helps me understand how it all works.