Hi, All, Last Halloween I had surgery to address a nerve problem in my foot. (I suspect a TMS problem.) Around Thanksgiving, I wound up tripping and injuring my Achilles which prolonged my time in the surgical boot until mid-January. Since then I've been undergoing a very slow recovery. I can't walk far without discomfort, and am still limping. I'm experiencing peroneal tendonitis. (The peroneal tendon runs from the calf under the outside of the ankle and hooks up with the little toe.) During most of this time I was recovering from the surgery I had back pain, which led me to learn about TMS. Since my introduction to Sarno's books, I have been working hard to apply his methods to my own long life of chronic pain. And it's working. While reading Steve Ozanich's book (The Great Pain Deception), I encountered a short chapter on Guided Imagery. I've done much with imaginal work in the past, but not the guided sort. I'm interested in using it to help accelerate the healing of my injured tendon. I looked online last night and saw scores of sites that offered guided meditations related to healing injuries. I have three questions for the community: 1. Can anyone recommend an especially effective site for guided imagery designed to help heal an injury? Or sites that are good for basic breathing meditations--getting relaxed, getting out of "monkey mind." 2. Anyone recommend a good, solid book on the subject of guided imagery? (I enjoy reading and learning.) 3. Does anyone have any wisdom to share from your own experience with guided imagery? I don't think my tendon injury is TMS. As mentioned, it's related to complications following my surgery and the extra long period in the boot. But my work with TMS is really showing me how powerful the mind is in healing the body (and vice-versa), so I'm inspired to want to become more actively engaged in my own healing and in increasing my own intuitive awareness of my mind-body, and using that awareness to live a more fully mindful life from a physical perspective to a spiritual one.