It is Veteranâ€™s Day. This day was created to honor those who served their country.
To express my heartfelt gratitude for Veterans Day I am offering a gift of 3 guided meditations put together especially to help with some of the challenges faced by veterans.
These 3 meditations are in a bundle for Veteranâ€™s called “Iâ€™m Free”.
In the bundle is an 18-minute guided meditation/visualization called Iâ€™m Free to Sleep.
This is a special packaging and formatting for veterans of my 5-star Sleep Meditation CD found on iTunes and Amazon. It will help you reach a deep and restful sleep.
The second meditation, Iâ€™m Free to Relax, is also specially packaged and formatted for Veterans and is a stress release meditation that also has multiple 5-star ratings. It will help you release your stress and relax.
The final piece of this bundle is a 10-minute meditation, Iâ€™m Feeling Free. It teaches you a powerful meditation technique to help you gain mastery over you emotions, especially strong emotions such as anger and fear.
I created these targeted meditations for Veterans, like you, to help deal with the difficulties and residuals of military service. I did this in cooperation with my dear friend Dan McTague, a Vietnam era veteran who suffers from PTSD.
The guided meditations in the Iâ€™m Free bundle have been chosen and modified specifically for Veterans to help address these challenges.
If you are a veteran or active duty military personal, this bundle is available free during the Veterans Day (and Memorial Day) weekend. If you know a veteran who would benefit from these gifts, please download them and pass them along or share this site with them.
It is our intention to provide help and support to any who have, or currently serve their country as a manifestation of gratitude and compassion.
Thank you for your service to all my fellow citizens and me. It is my heartfelt desire that my Veteranâ€™s Bundle Gift serves you as you have served me.
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I pray for a time and a world where freedom does not have to be defended with the efforts of men and woman like you. Until that time, I can only say Thank You and offer what help I can to heal the residuals of wartime that are left behind as you return to the world and the peace that you defended.
– Genevieve (Jenny) Gerard