I love music, and since I've been under an awful lot of pressure recently from the rapid growth of our programs, I've been listening to it more. It really helps me relax. I think that it is an example of the type of meditative practice that Steve Ozanich describes in this passage from the chapter on how to heal (which is really a chapter on how to live): Soothing activities like this help us get into a relaxed state of mind where our predominant brainwaves are of the alpha variety, signifying rest and relaxation. If you feel super relaxed and peaceful, then you are in that alpha zone. Anyway, I love all different types of music, and this morning a Nat King Cole song came on my Pandora. It made me think, immediately, of TMS healing, and what it is like when TMS healing takes a long time. It can be a challenge to maintain outcome independence when you brain is full of anxiety and your brainwaves are zipping around at frequencies that are most definitely not in the alpha range. At the same time, it is vital to retain hope during these periods. Many many many other people have successfully completed TMS healing and you can, too. Anyway, if you are feeling low, wondering when the symptoms will finally go away, pick up Steve's book to give you a little more hope. After all, if he can do it, so can you. This song is dedicated to people like you. You will make it eventually.