Love starts within you and flows out into the world, not the other way around. This book helps you remove blocks to allow true love into your life. You will attract the right life partner and improve your relationships through a simple three-step plan that uses self-hypnosis to get your mind in the right place for love.Read more...
Love starts within you and flows out into the world, not the other way around. This book helps you remove blocks to allow true love into your life. You will attract the right life partner and improve your relationships through a simple three-step plan that uses self-hypnosis to get your mind in the right place for love. First, you'll learn to let go of disempowering beliefs in your subconscious mind. In step two, you'll overcome emotional and behavioral barriers and allow space for true romance. Finally, you'll discover how to integrate your new vision of yourself into your life to attract a happy relationship. Shows how to use self-hypnosis to get yourself and your life ready for love Offers an easy-to-follow action plan to clear out old baggage, boost self-confidence, and allow space for romance Includes exercises to help you uncover and let go of disempowering beliefs and insecurities
Written by a certified clinical hypnotherapist and dating expert who has been interviewed by Match.com, MSN, Lavalife, ABC News, Playboy Radio, and ExpertVillage.com "Let Love In" will create permanent positive changes to your self-confidence that will not only attract Mr. Right but will affect virtually every area of your life as well.
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Berndt, a clinical hypnotherapist with an online radio show (the Love Hypnotist Show), believes that hypnotherapy techniques used for smoking cessation and weight loss can also be used to secure a happy relationship. As our fears, insecurities and relationship baggage is often deeply ingrained in the unconscious, Berndt offers a three-pronged plan to revealing and overcoming those unconscious obstacles: uncovering the issues, taking action to eliminate "roadblocks," and maintaining a healthy mindset. Each chapter is full of checklists, journal suggestions and step-by-step self-hypnosis exercises, as well as warm and friendly guidance that's blissfully low-pressure (and low-risk): "you need to be in only a light trance to experience the benefits of hypnosis," not much different from being engrossed in a book or movie-except that the goal isn't to check out of reality but to confront it on its most hard-to-read levels. A useful, relaxed approach to cognitive therapy, Berndt's guide gives readers an intuitive, healthy way to confront romance-defeating thoughts and behavior.