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How to Train a Wild Elephant: And Other Adventures&hellip by Jan Chozen Bays
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
What sets this book apart from much of the mindfulness literature is that it is a book to be experienced as well as read! Chozen Bays introduces a different mindfulness practice for each week of the year (53 in total) and the invitation is to simply get curious and give them a go! Each weekly practice starts with a description of the task, followed by some ideas about how to remind yourself to do it throughout the day and week! This is followed by a section on discoveries including observations & insights and finally some reflection on the deeper lessons the practice or exercise conveys.

Starting 2nd January 2012 I will be blogging about my experiences of these practices in real… Read more
Clinical Hypnosis Textbook: A Guide for Practical &hellip by Ursula James
17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
This book should progress in time to become essential reading for all lay and medical students of hypnotherapy
The techniques to be found within the book are highly practical and can be used to improve patient/client evaluation, enhance diagnostic skills, and build rapport among patients. The book also teaches individuals how to explore the benefits of self hypnosis and induce it to others, whilst also managing to give an apposite introduction to hypnotherapy and its application in the medical setting.
The most fulsome praise should be reserved however, for the lengths that Ursula goes to explaining and teaching the structure and process that sits behind the hypnotherapeutic… Read more

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