Albert Einstein used it. As did Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla. Some of their greatest inventions resulted from their uses.
Henry Ford used it for his business.
Winston Churchill used it to stay awake for long periods of time while defending Britain from Nazi attacks.
Mozart composed an opera while using it.
Dolly Parton used it to enhance creativity in songwriting.
James Earl Jones, actor, and more famously known as the voice of Darth Vader, used it to overcome stuttering. So did Bruce Willis.
A little known boxer, at the time, Ken Norton, used it to defeat Mohammed Ali in 1973. Ali, being the consummate competitor, then used it to beat Norton in two rematches and to recover the heavyweight title.
Matt Damon, Ellen Degeneres, Aston Kutcher, Winona Ryder, and Prince Harry used it to stop smoking.
Orlando Bloom ended an addiction to chocolate as a teenager using it.
Princess Kate, Jessica Alba, and Gisele used it to avoid the anxiety and pain of childbirth.
Princess Diana used it for confidence and overcoming the fear of public speaking.
Jackie Onassis used it to move past the stresses of a trauma-filled life and repeated bereavements.
Tiger Woods has used it all his life for golf performance and to stop stuttering as a teenager.
Mary Lou Retton used it to win gold at the 1984 Olympics.
John Smoltz used it on the way to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
And the author used it on the way to losing 100 lb.
“It” is hypnosis in conjunction with specific therapeutic techniques. Follow the author as he experiences and explores the benefits of hypnotherapy.
In just under 300 readable pages, Ray, a true skeptic who becomes a believer and practicing hypnotherapist, shares with you his story, introduces the “basics" of hypnosis and hypnotherapy; and then outlines areas in which hypnotherapy can provide fast and beneficial results.