How to Hypnotize Yourself Without Losing Your Mind: A Self-Hypnosis Training Program for Students and Educators

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Trafford Publishing, 1998 - Psychology - 183 pages
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How do you achieve all of your goals using self-hypnosis? Wayne F. Perkins, Clinical Hypnotherapist, teaches you not only the principles and theories of hypnosis but allows you to experiment with self-hypnosis before much of the theory is presented.

"How To Hypnotize Yourself Without Losing Your Mind," is a combination textbook/workbook, that teaches you step by step how and when to give yourself suggestions and then how to apply them to help you achieve all of your personal goals. The Perkins Method of Self-hypnosis may be used by hypnotherapists to teach their clients how to administer and master self-hypnosis.

Unlike most self-hypnosis books that begin with hypnosis justification, history, and theory, Wayne allows you to experience meaningful hypnosis by Chapter 3. Finishing Chapter 11, the reader/student will have been presented the complete art of self-suggestion. The reader may hyperlink to the history, theory, or hypnosis resources chapters at any time during the instruction, but it is not necessary. The reader controls where and when meaningful goal achievement instruction will take place. "How To Hypnotize Yourself Without Losing Your Mind," is constructed with spiral binding. This allows the reader to write in the book and complete its many activities, as the book remains at on a desk or table.

Additional hypnosis exercise and evaluation forms are included to allow you to use these techniques on challenges as they arrive in your life. New information is presented and updated in this Trafford, on-demand-published book. Students and hypnotherapists can complete a registration form and be notified when free revisions, chapters and hypnosis resources are available in the future.

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