The Silva Method for Success and Self-Confidence

  • by Hans DeJong
  • Narrated by Hans DeJong
  • 3 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

For 40 years, the Silva Method has earned its reputation for being the most successful method for personal empowerment by helping millions of people achieve greater fulfillment in their lives. In this audio edition, America's top Silva trainer takes you step-by-step through the Silva Method. It's an audio program that will enhance your self-control, self-confidence, and personal power so that success becomes natural and easy.

Discover how to operate your brain at the Alpha level, the frequency that signals the optimum level for the absorption of new material
Learn Silva techniques to reduce stress, solve problems, and replace negative habits with positive ones
Free yourself from limiting belief systems and unlock your hidden potential
Program your mind for success and create a winning attitude
Whatever your self-improvement goals may be, this audio program of Silva Method instruction and exercises will help you achieve them.


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Best for Silva devotees

If you have no knowledge of Silva pass on it. I took Silva in the 70's and always integrated the meditative aspects with me. The narrator unfortunately sounds like a New Age Lawrence Welk and it drives me crazy. However about 40 minutes scattered throughout the book makes it worthwhile. Those are the periods devoted to taking you to your "level" or alpha state. The tapping sounds in the background along with the narrator's guidance definitely facilitate a meditative state.
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- Bruce Sabin

Sleep Inducing

This book was long on guided meditation. An audio book that is long on silence is, um, a bit of a waste of money. I listen to my books while driving or working out, relaxing my eyelids and practicing deep breathing was out of the question. Some parts of the occasional lecture were informative but the narrator's habit of practicing hypnotic, trance inducing speech was not good while negotiating rush-hour traffic.
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- Mary "Mary"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-19-2006
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio