A relaxation cassette tape meant to help a medical inmate calm down and cope with stress begins to reveal more than just meditation techniques.
Upload Date: Apr 07, 2021
A relaxation cassette tape meant to help a medical inmate calm down and cope with stress begins to reveal more than just meditation techniques. Is the narrator relaying memories of their own or are they imparting lost information about the medical inmate's life?
listen, remember, comprehend. If you listen carefully to each recorded session, you may find information in these cassettes useful to you in your daily life. The object is to listen to remember and to comprehend. Before you start the study, find a private spot alone away from your unit mates and security nurse. Far from disruptive sounds such as telephone booths and redress sirens, these cassettes are to be listened to free of external interference. Cassette one, Reducing stress side a weight of the world. Mhm. Mhm. Well, yes. Start with a breathing exercise. As you inhale through your nose. Feel your breath behind your eyes. Feel the cool air flow below your forehead. Feel it. Hover under the top of your skull. Feel it. Slip down your neck across your shoulders and into your lungs. Breathe in now. Breathe out slowly through your mouth. Feel the air now stale now used. Rush from your lungs. Feel your body. Relax as it lets go of the air, freeing it from the temporary prison of your ribs. Breathe in, breathe out. Continue breathing and listen. Envision the air as a liquid, just like the first time you swam. This was before you were born when you were floating, unaware fluid within and without your body. You breathed it just fine. You don't remember any of this? You shouldn't remember any of this. Inhale the thick liquid through your nose with and out through your mouth. You don't remember the loud thrum of another's body, A mother's body noisily soothing your unwitting transition into a conscious and sentient creature. Right, You are again breathing liquid. Your lungs are milk soaked yellowcake. Draw liquid in and out. Feel it bubbling in your chest. Listen to the breaths. Who is that breathing right now? Is it you? Is it your own breathing you're hearing? Are you certain? Imagine there is another someone standing just over your shoulder, breathing in breathing out. A hand touches your right shoulder, pressing you down gently, as if to keep a balloon from lifting out of gravity. Think about moist yellow cake. Breathe in and out, feel your shoulders rise and tents and lower and relax. Feel them wax and wane to helpless moons. Listen to the sound of the other breathing in unison with your own. You will learn to trust my voice. You will learn to trust my voice. Feel a breath from just behind you. You smell It's caffeine acidity. It's umami and metal musk through cotton lips. You know these breaths? How do you know them? How do you know them? The hand on your shoulder lifts away. You are alone. You are fine. No one is with you. Who would be with you? You are probably alone. Continue breathing as you receive subliminal instructions embedded in this music. One more deep breath and exhale. Are you in the same place you were before? No, you're not. The earth has moved. The clock has changed. You are older and far from where you were before you began this cassette. This is relative. Of course. The important thing is that you continue breathing.