A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis
'A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis' Summary
A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis may seem slightly dated to modern day readers. But it gives them a simple and easy to follow technique that allows them to hypnotize themselves. The aim of this exercise is to rid the mind of anything that affects it like fears and phobias, harmful habits like smoking and drinking etc. One can also train the mind to develop beneficial thinking habits like positive thinking and hypnosis which also helps in eliminating negative thoughts about oneself to become more self confident. Another area that many people could use self-hypnosis in is in losing weight. One can train the mind to follow more healthy eating habits and practice a regular exercise regime.
True to its title, there are some practical steps on how to go about the process, but most of the book's focus is on the benefits of hypnosis. As a technique of self-healing, it advocates spending quiet time with oneself, relaxation and a stress free environment, all of which are crucial to our psychological wellbeing.
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