regular listening is the key to success!
This is a self
help hypnotherapy recording for adults who want to
discover or create their assertive self. Lynda
combines her hypnotic expertise and her
experience in assertiveness training on this
recording. For optimum benefit, use this recording at
least three or four times a week initially, ideally on a
personal stereo. Once you have noticed the changes in
you, it can be used every so often to support and
maintain the changes.
rehearsal in an imaginative framework
It can help build your self esteem and assertive
beliefs and so encourage you to behave in a
naturally assertive, rather than aggressive, manner.
You are asked to imagine clearing out all unhelpful
beliefs and opinions, possibly stored from long ago,
in your mental inner computer and reprogram
yourself to behave in a way that respects your
own rights and wishes as well as those of
other people. As you listen, the more you become
emotionally strong, positive and confident and able
to cope more effectively with a wide range of
situations in everyday life.
This kind of
approach is completely natural and safe. Research
shows that when a person first acts out each positive
step in their imagination, it dramatically increases
the likelihood of their success in the real
world. It is also frequently used by sports men and
women and performance artists world wide to
improve their technique and relieve anxiety. This
recording contains powerful suggestions for
boosting confidence and self esteem.
well-modulated, English voice calms, re-assures and
Clinical hypnotherapist and former teacher,
Lynda has worked with many, many people, adults and
children, over recent years and has helped them overcome
numerous different problems. Her work has been widely
featured in the press and she has appeared on both TV
and radio. Lynda is the author of
the acclaimed books, �Scripts and Strategies in
Hypnotherapy with Children� and �More Scripts and
Strategies in Hypnotherapy� (for adults).
recording at a quiet time where you won�t be disturbed
relax and drift off to sleep at the end if it is
your normal bedtime but if you find that you regularly
fall asleep more or less immediately, try listening
earlier in the evening or in the daytime instead.
It should never be listened to while driving
because, as it is so relaxing, it could take your
attention away from the road where of course you need to
be at your most alert.
The recording is
particularly effective when you listen on headphones