The Complete Book of Self-hypnosis
Learn how to make your body and mind work for you and not against you. Free yourself of those nagging ailments, fears, and problems that take up too much time and pain in your life. If you are intelligent and can concentrate well. you are an excellent candidate for self-hypnosis. The Complete Book of Self-Hypnosis, written for your needs by a practicing psychiatrist, advises you to forget all you think you know about hypnosis and prepare for a life-altering experience, as you discover: -- The six common myths of hypnosis -- The seven steps to hypnosis -- from goal setting to total relaxation -- How to focus on your problem center -- Ten steps to deprogram your pain response -- Seven steps to a better sex life -- And much more valuable advice that will change the way you think and feel!
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