Easier Weight Loss with David Laing
- Length: 20 mins
- Release date: 07-19-10
- Language: English
- Publisher: Mersey Hypnosis
Regular price: $6.66
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This recording will help to increase motivation, boost confidence, and strengthen will power. It will help change the way you think about food, encouraging a change to healthier, slower eating patterns whilst still retaining the enjoyment of food. For best results, this recording should be used once a day for three weeks and then 2-3 times a week for the next three weeks.
David Laing is a hypnotherapist, NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer, Fellow of the Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioners Association (NLPPA), and founder member of the Clinical and Therapeutic Hypnosis Association (C.T.H.A.).
IMPORTANT NOTE: The information provided on this recording is intended for educational purposes only, and should not be considered a replacement for the expert advice of a qualified medical or therapeutic practitioner. It should not be used by any person who suffers from epilepsy, clinical depression, or any other psychiatric condition. If in any doubt whatsoever, consult your physician. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Do not listen whilst operating machinery or domestic appliances. Use only when you are comfortable and can safely relax completely, without distraction. If you need medical care, it is recommended that you see a medical doctor and maintain as healthy a lifestyle as possible.
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By Jill on 12-22-10
yes and no... more Negative
I wish that Audible would let us hear the meat of the program before buying. It has been shown in hypnosis that the mind does not hear words like Not or No. So when he says 'through with fat' the mind only hears fat. Laing uses a lot of negative words here. If I counted how many times he says "Fat" I am sure that it is over 20 maybe close to 50. These negative words like ugly are terrible words to be pumped into the mind during the relaxed state. How about the word thin, healthy or beautiful instead? He does have some positive but there is so much negative I am concerned that it will make people worse.