Settling the Over-busy Mind with The Chill Pill

Almost all of us are plagued by over-busy minds in our uncertain and changing world.

 

Most of us find this sense of shifting sands to be stressful and we worry and find ourselves undermined by unpleasant thoughts and by feelings of insecurity.

To be resilient in an uncertain and changing world, we need to make good decisions but we also need to learn to relax.

 

If we do manage to relax, our minds will relax too and the result will be far fewer anxious thoughts and we will end up feeling more secure.

 

Now learning the skill of relaxing in stressful situations is a long process but a very good place to start is with the track I have created for you: ‘The Chill Pill.’

‘The Chill Pill’ is an audio track that was created using cutting-edge technologies that help your mind to relax and settle in a safe but powerful way.

Both of these technologies embed pulses of sound in the background of a deliciously soothing sound track.

 

All you have to do is to listen to the track with stereo headphones (in the same way as you would with any of your music) and the pulses of sound will play in the background.

 

Sometimes you will be able to hear the pulses; sometimes not. But, whether or not you hear them, the background pulses will relax your mind and there will be far less mental chatter.

 

It’s as simple as that!

All you have to do is:
 

  • Download ‘The Chill Pill.’

       

       To do this:

  • Go to the music player above  

  • Hover over the track name

  • and click 'Download.'

  • Find a half an hour when you won’t be disturbed 

  • Sit yourself comfortably

  • Listen to the track with stereo headphones

  • And enjoy the experience.

 

It’s a relaxing and very pleasant experience and I find that those who do not take easily to meditation often are able to use binaural beats to very good effect.

 

But, please: 

 

  • note that this track is not suitable for:

  • pregnant women,

  • those who suffer from epilepsy

  • and those who are deeply traumatised or clinically depressed.

       If any of these apply to you, let me know, and I will email you a different track!

 

  • remember that it is very important that you listen with stereo headphones.

  • don’t listen to this track while doing any other activity. It’s not safe to do so and it’s not good for your brain.

  • note that, very occasionally, I find that someone feels a bit tenser – in the first five minutes or so. They may, for example, feel a tightening in their chest. If this happens to you, know that this is simply your mind resisting the relaxation. It will pass! Simply continue listening and you will find that you will begin to relax in a most pleasant way.

Most people prefer to listen to the track with their eyes closed. 

It is fine if you fall asleep while listening. You will still get significant benefits but please make sure that the track is not looping (i.e. playing over and over again).

 

Enjoy 'The Chill Pill.' I have used it with great success with many, many clients.

Let me know how it worked for you!

 

Here are a few of many positive reviews:

"The Chill Pill is an extraordinary mediation tool. As a beginner at Meditation it has really helped me still my busy mind and allows me to reorganize my often scattered thoughts. Great tool to facilitate quick access into deep states of relaxation. I highly recommend it."

Liam Peterson, Cape Town

 

"The Chill Pill is really beautiful. I felt very relaxed and peaceful listening to the track...it's great!"

Jeremy Bilder, London

 

“The Chill Pill is a fantastic tool which has helped me particularly with regards to sleep problems.  I’ve been struggling to fall asleep over the last few months and I often lie awake until sunrise.  Using The Chill Pill has enabled me to fall asleep at a normal, reasonable hour in an effortless manner usually before the track has even completed!  It’s also pleasant to listen to and a useful complement to a traditional meditation regime.”

Ryan Morison, UK

 

"Just listening to The Chill Pill - love it"

Andy Wackernagel, UK