Hypno-Scripts, by Mary Deal #5stars #review #NextChapterPub


This isn’t a book that you read for the story, or even the upliftment as you would with a regular self-help book. It’s a tutorial that can be memorized (or close to) and used in a nearly verbatim way. I’m a fan of meditation, and have always been interested in trying self-hypnosis. For some people, myself included, self-hypnosis can be a scary thing… but isn’t anything that we don’t know much about? Once you’ve read the introduction, and few first few extremely informative chapters, that fear is melted away some. Once you have the facts and the know how, self-hypnosis isn’t nearly as intimidating as you’d think. A few of the scripts in the book utilize techniques that I’ve been using in meditation for years, such as picturing ones-self in certain places as you relax each part of your body and clear your mind.

This book takes those particular techniques a step ‘deeper’ and gives you the confidence needed to let your mind clear itself, without the fear of being stuck in a state of hypnosis. I don’t know about you, but for ME that’s what has always held me back from giving this a try. I’ll be buying this book in a paperback soon, just so that I can highlight and refer back to certain parts regularly. In my opinion it’s a must have book to keep close to your place of meditation/yoga/hypsnosis and what have you. To each their own, yet this book covers enough angles and different ways to approach that one can utilize it in a personalized way for their own individuality.

There are several scripts that can be used, along with the exact technique to make them work. What I did, is read the whole book through, take notes, and then refer back to my favorite script to try first. I read that particular script several times until I was confident that I could utilize it properly. Then, I cleared my time and space so that I could give it a try without feeling nervous or rushed, I took my time. Let me just say that I NEEDED IT!! I came out so very relaxed, and felt a renewed sense of accomplishment. I’m in the process of moving right now, and stress is piqued, so giving self-hypnosis a try was exactly what my body needed. I’m confident that with a continuation of regularly using the scripts in this book, I’ll get better and better at it.  I can’t wait to see what comes about because of it!

Not only am I giving Hypno-Scripts 5 stars, but I’d like to reach out and personally THANK Mary Deal for writing this book!!


Unleash the power of your mind and discover your potential.

Do you wish you had the power to become all that you can be? All good-intentioned programming works best when you reach a deeper state of mind. The secret is in accessing those states through easy life-changing techniques. A thin window of consciousness differentiates two states of the mind – self-hypnosis and meditation – and this book will show their similarities, and define each condition and accessibility.

If you’re curious enough to at least peruse this book, then the ability to learn these techniques is already a part of your consciousness, and will soon to be recognized. Lucky you! Your subconscious is prompting you to investigate. It is saying that you are capable of deeper states of mind.

Many have tried to focus to learn either self-hypnosis or meditation and failed. Applied concentration and knowing what to expect once entranced may be what was missing. The instructions in this book are meant for those wishing to learn and use the techniques of self-hypnosis and/or meditation for self-improvement. Easy, yet powerful scripts are provided to produce desired changes. You can change your life today.

Praise from readers:

★★★★★ – “I bought this book a long time ago and I wish I had gotten around to reading it sooner. I recommend this book to anyone fascinated by the subject of hypnotism.”

★★★★★ – “Experience radiant health and well-being with this book.”

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Shalini says:

    Great review Didi.. Sounds good.


  2. An interesting topic, Didi.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Robbie, I think this is something youd enjoy! ❤


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