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How would you feel if you could wake up tomorrow, feeling good about your weight?

Enjoy being healthy and proud of your decision to HAVE A SLIM, TRIM BODY forever.

Hypnosis can change the way you think about food, stops the struggle, and makes you love exercise!

Are you tired of trying to make behavioural changes using your conscious mind? Your habits lie in your subconscious mind, so you must change your habits there, and hypnosis is the best way to make those changes.

One of the secrets of success with hypnosis is reinforcement through repetition.Listen to this recording every day, and in just a short time, you'll be amazed at the changes you see.

Improve your self image and change your behaviors with Dr. Janet Hall's "Lose Weight With Hypnosis" recording.

This audio implants positive, healthy behaviors in your food and beverage choices, and in your motivation to move your body. These are the foundations for success with any weight loss or fitness goal, and so this audio can be used in combination with any healthy eating plan or exercise program to enhance results.

STOP THE CRAVINGS

YOU WILL Make better choices, eat more slowly and exercise more, naturally.

You can finally LET GO of "dieting" once and for all and start LIVING your life, the way you were meant to from the beginning--loving who you are!

So, if you're serious about being your ideal weight, then you need to get a copy of Dr. Janet Hall's "Lose Weight With Hypnosis" right now!

This is one of a series of hypnosis audios presented by Dr. Janet Hall called:
"How To Get Sensational Results With Dr. Janet Hall's Hypnosis".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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ISBN: 9781467688246
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