Hypnosis for beginners: reach new levels of awareness & achievement

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Llewellyn Publications, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
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"Hypnosis for Beginners" shows readers how to hypnotize themselves and others safely and easily. Whether the goal is to stop smoking, control migraine headaches, or commune with spiritual guides, one will find hypnosis routines that can be used for any purpose, including special tips for hypnosis with children.

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I read this book and believe we are so controlled by our subconscious. "5 Steps to a Quantum Life", by another author also had a great effect on me. Using hypnosis to change your negativity in your subconscious mind is exactly what we all need to do to improve all aspects of our lives.

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Not really a beginners guide. More like an introduction on what hypnosis is. You won't be hypnotising people. Read full review



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William W. Hewitt was a freelance writer, the author of eight books and several hypnosis audio tapes published by Llewellyn. He spent more than thirty years as a professional writer and editor in the computer, nuclear power and mining industries. He was a certified clinical hypnotheriapist and frequently lectured on hypnosis, mind power, self-improvement, metaphysics, and related subjects.

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