"I enthusiastically endorse Patrick Marsolek?s Self-hypnosis Manual. This is more than a ?how-to? manual. After an orientation to hypnosis, trance, the subconscious, and other relevant subjects, Patrick guides his readers in finding self-hypnosis techniques that work for them. Instead of simply teaching a number of self-hypnosis techniques (like most self-hypnosis manuals), it empowers the learner with an understanding of the induction process and the creation of individualized protocols. Furthermore, the Manual guides the reader through creating specific auto-suggestions to maximize therapeutic results. The Manual also is exceptional in the way that it addresses fears and other hindrances to trance (e.g., beliefs and expectations), stresses the normalness and benefits of self-induced trance, provides helpful application techniques (e.g., dealing with pain), discusses each induction technique, and promotes personal confidence in the process.In sum, Patrick gives the requisite understanding and tools to be ones own best self-hypnosis guide."- Whitney Hibbard Ph.d., Author of "Forensic Hypnosis"
These elements that include narcissism, Machiavellian-ism, psychopathy and sadism are the different aspects where dark psychology is used. The book discusses how people with these different elements use dark psychology to manipulate, influence and persuade others for their own benefits. In This Book You’ll Learn: • What Is Hypnosis And How It Works • 3 Steps To Induce A Trance (With Exact Scripts You Can Use) • Hypnotic Techniques World’s Top Hypnotists Use • Betty Erickson’s 3-2-1 Script • 5 Techniques To Focus Anyone’s Attention And Sneak Into The Subconscious • How To Hypnotize Anyone Using Breath, Voice, Memorization And Language • The Staircase: How To Use Metaphors To Speak To The Subconscious • Hypnotic Tips, Tricks And Secrets That Most People Don’t Know • How To Use Hypnosis To Help People Achieve Their Goals Easier • A Complete Script To Take Someone From Beginning To End In A Hypnotic Session • Myths And Frequently Asked Questions About Hypnosis While we can’t promise someone they will be awarded hypnosis skills, we can promise that we will increase their chances of controlling their minds by showing them techniques and the steps to take to be the master of their mind.
Release on 1992 | by Brian Mogul Alman,Peter T. Lambrou
The Complete Manual for Health and Self-change
Author: Brian Mogul Alman,Peter T. Lambrou
Pubpsher: Psychology Press
Explains the essential steps of hypnosis and goal-directed relaxation, and shows how to use them to deal with a variety of problems, from controlling pain and relieving allergies to overcoming insomnia and phobias
Release on 2010-09-14 | by Mike Bryant,Peter Mabbutt
Author: Mike Bryant,Peter Mabbutt
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons
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.
Self Help? Self Hypnosis! explodes the myths surrounding self-hypnosis, providing you with an explanation about how hypnosis works and how to use it for your own personal therapy. Many books spend all their time showing you how to get into trance and then leave you with little help on what to do when you get there! This book guides you through how to use different language, ideas and stories to help change patterns and behaviours in your mind, it goes far beyond the usual simple affirmations for change. It is broken down into different sections to focus on areas of treatment, to make it easy to use and there are some sample sessions to help you understand how to create your own therapy. Zetta Thomelin has an honours degree in English/History, she has worked in the media and in the Third Sector, as CEO of CWAC. Zetta now works as a Hypnotherapist, she runs a private practice in Deal and London, she runs practitioner level training and CPD courses through her own training school ratified by GHSC. Zetta is the Chair of The British Association of Therapeutic Hypnotists (BAThH), she is the Editor of BAThH’s “Journal”, she is a Director of the UK Confederation of Hypnotherapy Organisations (UKCHO) and their Press Officer.