Become a hypnotist now!
Your weapon in fighting against stress.
Are you looking for ways to alleviate stress? Have you looked and found nothing that seems to work?
You may not be so familiar with this, but do you know that hypnosis can remove all the stress you're feeling right now?
It is no news to us that most of the time; stress usually is a result of thinking too much. The power of our mind can make us feel things that shouldn't even be there in the first place. When we sow good seeds in our mind, it reflects on the outside, and same goes when we sow the bad ones, too.
Ever heard of the saying: "What you think, manifests?" I'm sure you have.
This is where hypnotism comes in. It is a therapeutic tool that yields both mental and emotional balance. Also, they have been proven to provide physical relaxation, pain relief, better sleep, and reduced anxieties.
Although the word hypnosis comes out really strong for other people, it is considered safe when executed with proper precautions.
Here are four topics to be discussed in the book (Plus more!):
What is hypnotism?
Self-hypnosis - Preparation
The Real Game: Stage II and Stage III
How to hypnotize someone
This is your instructional guide to practice hypnotism. It has complete details that will fill your understanding and make for a successful experience!
Hypnosis isn't limited only to self; you can most certainly do it to people who are willing to undergo such therapy. All you need to do is practice.
Good luck and enjoy the ride!
We've sent an email with your order details. Order ID #:
To access this title, visit your library in the app or on the desktop website.
Being written in English
Flat and monotonous
This was either written or translated by someone who appears to have learned English as a second language -- and not all that well. As it progresses, the language becomes increasingly awkward and contorted, to the point that it became, for me at least, the main focus (rather than the content -- which might have been OK if it could be figured out). The performance was flat and monotonous -- sounded like a machine voice.