Success Through Self-Hypnosis

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DOG EAR PUB LLC, Apr 1, 2008 - Self-Help - 152 pages
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You can use SUCCESS THROUGH SELF-HYPNOSIS to make your life more productive.The breaking of an addictive habit, or the accomplishing of a goal is a tremendous achievement. As a result of your accomplishment, you will feel an upsurge of new confidence in your inner being that will spread into everything that you do in life. This process is a symbol of self-worth...of caring about you. You deserve to be the person you were meant to be. CONGRATULATIONS IN ADVANCE. JIM JOHNSON is a recovering Southern Baptist, a student of Unity, an ordained minister in A Course In Miracles, and a Certified Hypnotherapist. Scholastically, he has a BS in Chemical Engineering, and an MBA. He spent most of his career as a Naval Officer, an Army Education Officer, a University Math Professor, and a Real Estate Investor. With his varied background, Jim has put his analytical mind to work in writing books that reveal his interest and concern for his fellow planet dwellers.His previous books: Success Through Self-Hypnosis, and the Hypnotherapist Handbook dealt with his hypnotherapy training. Jim has written the scripts and published a seven set CD Self-Hypnosis album, Hypnodynamix, covering 21 behavior modification topics. Welcome to the State of Joyembraces four life-changing teachings into one program, teaching the reader how to achieve peace of mind and live in a state of joy. Jim's years of classroom teaching are evident in this publication. Jim is a sought after speaker delivering his message...Change Your Thinking...Change Your Life.When not writing or speaking, Jim is a performing tap in the state of joy.

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Jim Johnson is a licensed physical therapist with over fifteen years of research, teaching, and clinical experience with chronic back pain patients. Currently he is an instructor in physical therapy at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, GA.

Scott D. Boden, MD, is director of the Emory Spine Center and associate professor of orthopedic Surgery at Emory University Hospital in Decatur, GA. He is the deputy editor of The Spine Journal.

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