Healing Sexual Abuse: Be Free to Be Sexual Now With Hypnosis
- Narrated by: Janet Hall
- Length: 14 mins
- Release date: 12-27-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: Dr Janet Hall
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Positive beliefs you can now have include: Sex is a controllable energy. Sex is a choice. Sex is a natural drive. Sex is uniquely valuable. Sex requires communication. Sex is private and respectful Sex is nurturing and healing. Sex is sharing with someone. Sex is an expression of love. You deserve to be loved and loving, to share love from the heart, to share words of love. You deserve to feel safe. You deserve to feel good about initiating sex and welcoming sex, to give and receive, to enjoy sex and have fun, to make a baby if you choose, to feel good to be in a sexual body. Being able to have pleasurable loving sex is your birthright, so give yourself permission now and forevermore.
As you relax, let yourself give yourself permission to think of sex as loving and delightful, pleasurable, passionate, playful and sensational. Just breathe and listen. Relax and step into your power as a sexually confident, capable person - at peace with your sexuality, now safe, safe to be loved, safe to be loving, safe to be sexy. Excellent! Well done.
Dr. Jan’s hypnosis recording of Healing Sexual Abuse will give you the help you need to turn your life around. Dr. Janet Hall is a Clinical Psychologist, hypnotherapist, author, speaker and media consultant. Dr. Jan authored eight books on family and relationships and recorded over 50 audio-recordings, many of them including hypnotic material. She founded Richmond Hill Psychology in Melbourne, Australia.
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By Stacey Wheelen on 03-27-18
This is aimed at someone who suffered abuse as a child. The tone is quite condescending. It is very basic and not really helpful. There are so many, more expensive, better options to choose from than this. It may seem affordable but you get what you pay for. Waste of money for me. And I can't see how it would help it's intended audience either.