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Do you want some INSTANT HELP to let go of that overwhelmed feeling and feel more able to cope with the stresses and strains of life? This SHORT self-help hypnotherapy recording for adults and teenagers contains powerful suggestions for creation of aN IMMEDIATE feeling of inner calm. It helps you set up a trigger for calm at just the moment you most need it. It is Gentle & relaxing and, when used regularly, it helps build a stronger, lasting inner response where you see things in a more helpful perspective and handle things with a sense of proportion. Play the recording at a quiet time where you won’t be disturbed and never listen while driving or when you need to concentrate on something else. Simply relax and focus on the VOICE to derive full benefit FROM THE hypnotic recording. Lynda's gentle, well-modulated, English voice calms, re-assures and encourages as you relax. This approach is completely natural and drug free and is based on sound hypnotherapy principles. As a former teacher and Clinical Hypnotherapist of many years standing, Lynda has helped thousands of adults and children worldwide through her audiobooks Her work has been featured in the press, TV and radio and she is the author of two widely acclaimed books on the use of hypnotherapy with adults and children.
Published: First Way Forward Audio on
ISBN: 9781908740106
Unabridged
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