Self Hypnosis Course
Hypnosis is a greatly misunderstood art and there is much confusion caused by media presentation. During this course you will learn how to use self-hypnosis to gain greater self-awareness and to relax whenever necessary, clearing the stresses and strains of normal living, regaining control.
- Your Mind
- Self Hypnosis
- Structuring Suggestion
- Alpha Rhythm
- Rules of the Mind
- Origin of Phobias
- Four States of Mind
- Positive Suggestion
- Using Colour
- Reaching the Subconscious
- Changing YOUR life
By the end of this course you will have learned to enter the state of Alpha rhythm at will, to construct positive affirmations and to have at your disposal a powerful method of fighting tension and negativity. You should be able to access this ability whenever and wherever you wish. The next page gives the course syllabus.
Den Clare teaches Stress Reduction and Relaxation Techniques to groups and individuals, as well as conducting his Hypnotherapy Practice established in 1980. His qualifications and experience are detailed in his FREE Booklet on Hypnotherapy, available upon request.
Teach Yourself SELF HYPNOSIS
(As taught by Den Clare at the Isle of Wight College-evening classes)
PART 1: The four states of Mind What is Hypnosis What is Mind Fractional relaxation Inductions Recognising the signs
PART 2: Rules of the Mind Nature of Hypnosis 6 part plan for achieving self-hypnosis Meditation
PART 3: Positive suggestion Negative programming Rules for structuring successful suggestion Affirmations
PART 4: How to reach and arouse your subconscious mind Arm levitation-deepening techniques Anaesthesia
PART 5: Acknowledge: Appreciate: Absorb: exercise General exercises and practice
PART 6: Examples of uses Colour affirmations Use of a key word Be yourself
Request your FREE course pack or Order your course NOW. Each part is sent separately upon completion of the previous section and after queries are e-mailed and answered.
First payment £50 with order for parts 1, 2 and 3
Parts 4 and 5 £60
Part 6 £40 Or £120 in full advance settlement (US$ current rate upon request)