Backed by clinical research that shows guided audio with music boosts mood, these audio tracks by depression and suicide prevention expert Kay Walker are designed to help you improve your mood on demand. They are tested and highly effective when used as instructed.
Break out of feeling angry, resentful, irritated or sad towards someone you love or care about. This ten minute audio file has you go beyond the intense negative feelings that can result from relationship disputes and differences of opinion to get back to the authentic love you have for that person. It will help you answer the question: What are you committed to with this person and in thie relationship? Which, will allow you to get out of a negative funk and back in action.
Feeling negative and can't shake it? Listen to this mood booster to put positivity back into your day and shake the upset that has a grip on you. This mood booster will help remind yourself that negative moods pass inevitablly with time.
Feelings of gratefulness have been clinically proven to heighten states of joy and bliss. Use this mood booster to feel great anytime anywhere, even if you don't think you have anything to feel particularly grateful for.
Make any day your day. Own your mood, drive results and turn misery into productvity. Start any day by listening to this mood booster. It will help you walk into your day feeling good and your positivity will translate to the people around you and help you increase your results.
The album comes with a short guide that explains how Mood Boosters work and provides simple instructions for best results.
“Our work provides support for what many people already do – listen to music to improve their moods,” said lead author Yuna Ferguson, who performed research while she was an Missouri University doctoral student in psychological science. “Although pursuing personal happiness may be thought of as a self-centered venture, research suggests that happiness relates to a higher probability of socially beneficial behavior, better physical health, higher income and greater relationship satisfaction.”
I called this mini album "Me and the Noise" because these mood boosters help you quiet the unwanted noise in your head, using please audio "noise" technology, backed by psychology research conducted at Missouri University.