Self-Hypnosis For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 14, 2010 - Self-Help - 384 pages
Self-Hypnosis For Dummies is a hands-on guide to achieving your goals using hypnosis. Whether you want to lose weight, overcome anxiety or phobias, cure insomnia, stop smoking, or simply stop biting your nails, this guide has it covered! The reassuring and straight-talking information will help you harness the power of your mind and re-train your subconscious to think in more healthy and constructive ways, and to overcome specific issues, such as anxiety and paranoia, and break bad habits, such as smoking. The easy-to-follow style will guide you through every step of the process, empowering you to take control and start making changes right away.

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Table of Contents
Where to Go from Here
Deciding when to stop hypnosis
Getting Your Mind and Body Working Together
Using SelfHypnosis to Achieve Your Goals
Waving a Magic Wand to Manage the Magic of Goal Setting
Resisting Resistance and Avoiding Relapse
Using Your Critic to Achieve Success
Resolving Conflict with SelfHypnosis
Minimising Pain
Ironing Out Anger
Defining Your Anger Triggers by Keeping a Diary
Overcoming Insomnia
Overcoming Problems with SelfHypnosis
Preparing to Quit
Controlling Your Eating Habits

Training Your Mind with SelfHypnosis
Consciously Directing Your Unconscious
Using Unconscious SelfHypnosis
Improving Your Outlook with SelfHypnosis
Signing Up to SelfEsteem
Fostering Good Relationships
Being bravely in control
The Part of Tens
Tuning into Your Favourite Television Channel
Your Muscles Feel Heavy

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About the author (2010)

Mike Bryant is an experienced counsellor and hypnotherapist, with over 30 years' experience as a mental health professional in both the US and UK. He provides development consultancy to NHS Mental Health Trusts across the UK.

Peter Mabbutt is a Fellow of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and a Founder Fellow of the British Association of Medical Hypnosis. He is CEO and Director of Studies for the London College of Clinical Hypnosis.

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