Listen and Lose Weight

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 18, 2007 - Medical - 176 pages
  • Glenn Harrold has sold more than 500,000 hypnotherapy CDs in the United Kingdom since 1997. In the United States, he is a constant bestseller on, with more than 25,000 downloads in the last 12 months, and is consistently in the top 20 on iTunes’ audiobooks chart
  • Harrold teaches readers to harness their own brain power to abandon unhealthy eating habits

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I bought this to help me along my weight lose journey. It is very easy listening put it on my mp3 player. The book is written well not so clinical that you would be bored to tears. I rated this ... Read full review

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1 How Hypnosis Works
2 Supercharging Your Weight Loss Goal
3 Using SelfHypnosis and Affirmations for Lasting Results
4 Discovering Your True Motivation
5 Freeing Yourself from Negative Conditioning
6 Building Powerful SelfEsteem
Knowledge Is Power
8 Developing New Habits
9 Staying Fit and Healthy for Life
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Page 19 - Begin breathing slowly and deeply in through your nose and out through your mouth in a circular breathing motion.
Page 63 - EYES and begin to breathe slowly and deeply in through your nose and out through your mouth in a steady circular rhythm.
Page 27 - Close your eyes and begin to breathe very slowly and deeply — in through your nose and out through your mouth.
Page 19 - As with all things, practice makes perfect, and you will find that the more you practice the deeper you will go and the better you will get at making the visualization real.
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About the author (2007)

Glenn Harrold's word-of-mouth popularity helped him become Britain's bestselling audio hypnotherapist. A graduate of the British School of Clinical Hypnosis, Harrold has a private practice in Kent, England. His self-hypnosis techniques have helped half a million people overcome a wide range of problems such as anxiety, fear, low self-esteem, weight control, and many stress-related illnesses.

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