Monsters & Magical Sticks: There's No Such Thing As Hypnosis?

Monsters & Magical Sticks: There's No Such Thing As Hypnosis?

by Steven Heller, Terry Steele, Robert Anton Wilson
     
 
If you want to know how hypnosis really works (and, no, it has nothing to do with waving of hands or other similar nonsense), you will want to read this book. If you want to know the "magic" behind Ericksonian techniques and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, you have to read this book. From one of the true masters of hypnotherapy, this is one book that can really change

Overview

If you want to know how hypnosis really works (and, no, it has nothing to do with waving of hands or other similar nonsense), you will want to read this book. If you want to know the "magic" behind Ericksonian techniques and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, you have to read this book. From one of the true masters of hypnotherapy, this is one book that can really change your life!!

Editorial Reviews

Robert Anton Wilson
I've been practicing hypnosis all my life and didn't know it. And so have you!!
Andy Bradbury
If I could only ever read three books on Ericksonian hypnosis I'd choose Training Trances by Overdurf and Silverthorn; My Voice Will Go With You by Erickson and Rosen; and this book, Monsters and Magical Sticks. If I could only have three books on NLP I'd chose The Structure of Magic 1 and Frogs into Princes, both by Bandler and Grinder; and this book, Monsters and Magical Sticks. Yes, I really do think it is that good.
Zanne Marie Gray
One of the most important books you will read in your lifetime. This book has been on my recommended reading list for over 10 years and it will remain there for another 10.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014704199
Publisher:
The Original Falcon Press
Publication date:
04/15/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
827,647
File size:
573 KB

Meet the Author

Steven Heller, Ph.D. was widely in demand as a clinician, lecturer and trainer of the Ericksonian method, as well as his own method, Unconscious Restructuring®. Through his seminar program, Clinical Hypnosis: Innovative Techniques® Dr. Heller was one of the first individuals to present what was to become known as "Ericksonian hypnotherapy." He became known as the "trainer of the trainers," and was given the name "The Wizard."

Dr. Heller also trained members of the helping professions, and conducted in-house training programs for hospital staffs, universities, medical, dental and psychological associations. He was a guest on several radio and television programs. Dr. Heller received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from California Western University, where his special area of study was, of course, hypnosis. He was born in Los Angeles in 1939; he died in 1997.

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