Imagine Yourself Well with Emmett Miller & Martin Rossman

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If someone asked you to name a major factor in better health, would you think imagination? Probably not. Yet, as Martin Rossman points out, "The most common use of imagery is worrying," which shows us there's nothing mysterious about it at all. Visualization and guided imagery have become integral elements in the growing field of mind/body medicine. Miller says we can use imagery to "gain access to physical levels in our body--to speak, as it were, directly to our immune system, our skin, our blood vessels, and cause changes in physical secretions of different organs." Both Rossman and Miller are pioneers in the field of mind/body medicine. (hosted by Michael Toms)


Dr. Emmett Miller practices Mind/Body Medicine and psychotherapy and is highly acclaimed for his invention and development of deep relaxation/guided imagery audio CDs.

He is the author of several books including:

  • Deep Healing: The Essence of Mind/Body Medicine (Hay House 1997)

To learn more about the work of Dr. Emmett Miller go to

Dr. Martin Rossman is known for his groundbreaking work with guided imagery in the healing arts. He is a physician, acupuncturist, founder of "The Healing Mind" website, and practitioner of integrative medicine since the early 1970s.

He is the author of the book and CD set:

  • Guided Imagery for Self Healing: An Essential Resource for Anyone Seeking Wellness (New World Library 2000)

To learn more about the work of Dr. Rossman go to

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How to listen to your "inner advisor" about your health
  • How to ask your own body for help
  • What are relaxation techniques you can use in your daily life
  • How you become numb to the stress in your life
  • How to "stop the world and get off" for awhile
  • Why the placebo effect is the most powerful force in medicine
  • What is the future of medicine and health care
Host: Michael Toms       Interview Date: 12/15/1997        Program Number: 2694