Hypnotic Augmentation

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best global publishing, Jan 30, 2007 - Psychology - 132 pages
by Geoff O'Callaghan
ISBN 9781846930560
Published: 2007
Pages: 131
Hypnotic Augmentation
We all want the best for our children - in school, in sport, in society, and beyond.We live in a competitive world where the race of life goes to the swift - the winners.For over a century, Hypnosis has been used as a safe and effective technique for helping people with problems.Now it is better understood, it is being widely accepted as a genuine technique for helping people.It is not a psychic phenomenon. It has nothing to do with spiritualism or demonic forces.It is simply the human brain being used in a different way - to control mental and physical functions.Hypnosis is a training technique to teach the brain how to function better and help people.For years, hypnosis has been used to improve sporting performance. It is not drugs in sport. It is legal and safe.So why not use hypnosis to help ordinary people achieve their goals and beyond? It makes perfect sense.Hypnosis can be used to train the brain to have a better memory, better problem solving skills, and generally enhanced performance."Hypnotic Augmentation" is a new and developing field of science that improves personal performance.It works especially well with pre-adolescent youngsters between the ages of eight and fourteen years of age.
About the Author
Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.
After secondary school, he took to teaching, graduated, and then obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Aboriginal Education. For the next thirty years, he lived with remote aborigines in the Great Western Desert, firstly as a primary school teacher, and later as a School Principal and Administrator. During this time, he took up writing, mostly short stories and film scripts. It was a good way to while away lonely hours in the desert evenings.

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