Hypnotize Yourself Out of Pain – 1st Edition (eBook)

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This is a straightforward, compassionate, and user-friendly guide for anyone who seeks pain relief. Hypnotize Yourself Out of Pain Now! offers a range of hypnotic approaches in order to meet the range of challenges faced by pain sufferers. Readers will learn:

  • How to use self-hypnosis to relieve pain
  • How to tap into one s own innate ability to control pain
  • How to choose the best method for you
  • How to interrupt the body s pain loop
  • How to enlist a variety of tools to empower healing

6 thoughts on “Hypnotize Yourself Out of Pain – 1st Edition (eBook)

  1. I’m an emergency physician who took a hypnosis course 40 years ago, and I use hypnosis (“suggestion”, creating self-fulfilling prophecies, analgesia and calming) on a daily basis. Pain has steadily increased as a top complaint in the ER (And in all of medicine) and I’ve been reading everything available to try to learn more, both to help my patients and to help manage my own pains. This book is absolutely the best I’ve found for the professional who wants an update — or even an introduction, although I’d strongly recommend taking a course from the ASCH or similar first. And to my surprise it would be very useful for a well-educated and highly motivated patient! I think it should be the basis for a required course in the fourth year for every medical student. Worth the money!

    – from Amazon.com

  2. Some years ago (in 2005), I was receiving clinical hypnotherapy from a licensed psychologist (PhD) I saw primarily for pain management following a diagnosis of fibromyalgia. I had other chronic pain issues as well (due to injury and a genetic connective tissue disorder with all associated conditions system-wide). I have never liked taking medication for pain management, and I found hypnosis to be a wonderful primary management technique. Unfortunately, about a year after I began hypnotherapy with my psychologist, he closed his practice to move on to a wonderful career-advancing position. As we developed a transition plan for me, we discussed how I could continue my work in self-hypnosis. This book was his immediate recommendation.

    I am a Master’s level disability professional with my degree in counseling psychology. At the time, I was seriously considering adding a certification in clinical hypnotherapy to my professional repertoire. I asked my psychologist if a book with such a cheesy title could really be taken seriously. Knowing my voracious appetite for knowledge, he merely told me to get the book and we’d discuss it at our last session. I did so, and I was absolutely blown away!

    This book is FANTASTIC! I cannot recommend it highly enough!

    I have a small binder that I use in conjunction with it, and I have tabbed the various induction methods found within. I record session results and answers to questionnaires in the binder. The book itself is underlined, highlighted, dogeared, and well-used/well-loved. I have lent this book to colleagues who also live with chronic pain, and for myself, it is a fantastic way to continue the hypnosis work I began back in 2005.

    I noted one reviewer state that it is better designed for the professional rather than the lay person. I’m not sure exactly where I fall on that spectrum…so all I can say is that I might be a dedicated lay reader or a slightly sub-clinical professional. Either way, this book works for me, better than any cd or phone app I’ve ever tried. The inclusion of a companion cd is also valuable, though I tend to rely more on the one-on-one work that I did prior to receiving the book for my auditory stimulus.

    Next month I will resume hypnotherapy with another clinical hypnotherapist. He has been working with me on neurofeedback to assist in managing pain, and after discussing this book and how well hypnosis has worked for me in pain relief, we decided to “tweak” my skills a little with some refresher sessions. I introduced him to this book as well, and he has obtained a copy for himself. He was impressed with the writing and the clear layout of a wide variety of induction methods, and said he will likely start incorporating some of this material into his practice along with recommending it to his patients.

    So don’t let the title fool you – this is a solid, very helpful book and with dedication and practice, it can change your life for the better by reducing or even eliminating your pain. I’d give it a hundred stars if I could. Bravo!

    – from Amazon.com

  3. This is a very good book to help control one’s mind. It is well written and easy for follow the instructions.

    – from Amazon.com

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