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Famous Books of Hypnosis

Famous Books of Hypnosis

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Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Basic to Advanced Techniques for the P Professionalby Calvin D. Banyan, Gerald F. Kein, 2001.

Professional techniques and procedures for doing outstanding hypnotherapy using direct suggestion, convincers, covert testing, age regression and more. H Hypnotherapyby Dave Elman / Hardcover / Published 1984. This book is a MUST READ for both the professional hypnotherapist as well as anyone who plans on using hypnosis professionally! This book was used as reference in The Art of Hypnosis. It was also required reading for the students of Charles Tebbetts for many years. Hypnotherapy Handbook: Hypnosis and Mindbody Healing in the 21st C Centuryby Kevin L. Hogan, Ph.D. (Paperback - 400 pages, 1st edition, 1999). This latest book from Dr. Hogan may very well become required reading at many hypnosis schools. K Kissing Frogs : The Practical Uses of Hypnotherapyby Paul G. Durbin / Paperback / Published 1995. This is a practical book, easy-to-read, written by an ordained minister who uses hypnosis and hypnotherapy with patients in a hospital. T The New Encyclopedia of Stage Hypnotismby Ormond McGill, The Anglo American Book Company Ltd., ©1996. This 600+ page book is perhaps the most comprehensive book written on stage hypnosis, and is excellent for those wanting to specifically learn stage hypnosis for entertainment or for professional shows. It includes solid basics about hypnosis, applications for stage shows, and lists numerous suggestions for use by the stage hypnotist. This seems to be an accumulation of all of Ormond McGill's past stage hypnosis books. Healing is Remembering Who You Are; A Guide for Healing Your M Mind, Your Emotions, and Your LifeMarilyn Gordon / Paperback / P Published 1995This book comes highly recommended for anyone interested in using self-hypnosis and/or hypnotherapy for self-help. H Hypnotism and Meditationby Ormond McGill; Westwood Publishing Love, Medicine and Miracles : Lessons Learned About Self-Healing f from a Surgeon's Experience With Exceptional Patientsby Bernie S. S Siegel, M.D., Harperperennial Library, 1990Ann Landers said, "Run, don't walk, to the nearest bookstore and get this amazing book that explains how you can 'think' yourself sick or well...Every family should have a copy. It can be a lifesaver." This PROFOUNDLY important book may be a Godsend to some people suffering from a major disease! This book was used as reference in The Art of Hypnosis.

The How-To Book Of Hypnotism [Paperback]
Tom Silver (Author), Ormond McGill (Author) Hypnotise this! by Zali Segal (best hypnosis book?)

Rhue, Judith W.; Lynn, Steven Jay; Kirsch, Irving (Eds). (1997). Handbook of Clinical Hypnosis. Washington, D.C. American Psychological Association. Rossi, Ernest L., and Cheek, David B. (1994). Mind-Body Therapy: Methods of Ideodynamic Healing in Hypnosis. New York: W.W. Norton. Udolf, Roy (1981). Handbook of Hypnossis for Professionals. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

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