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By sharing his own story of recovery and fascinating stories from his patients, psychologist and psychoanalyst Dr. Stanley Fisher helps us understand that self-hypnosis is a power we are born with--and can put to use.
This enlightening audio adaptation of Dr. Fisher's acclaimed book dispels the seven most common myths about hypnosis - tells how to measure your hypnotic capacity, induce trance, and create your own 90-second self-hypnosis exercise - describes how to use self-hypnosis as a preparation for surgery - how to use it to overcome habits and addictions such as fear of flying and exam taking - how to use this state of focused concentration to explore your mind and feelings -- and much more!
Adapted and read by the author.
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Stanley Fisher, Ph.D., is a psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City who has lectured on medical hypnosis at Columbia University.Review:
"A masterful job of demystifying hypnosis." -- --Bernard Berkowitz, coauthor, How to Be Your Own Best Friend
"Reassuring and comforting--the best I have seen on self-hypnosis." -- --Lawrence LeShan
"Through Dr. Fisher's self-hypnosis I am able to revitalize myself as often as I need during the day by short, restful breaks." -- Leon Uris
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Book Description HarperAudio, 1991. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1559944242