Sure, I could agree with the other reviewers I read, but:
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 17 years ago
This, in my humble opinion is a very good hypnosis book. The fact that he simplifies Thomson Jay Hudson's complexities into a couple of laws or "theories", makes it very worth reading. He starts from there and then shows how the imagination makes hypnosis genuinely work. That SHOULD be the purpose of any good hypnosis book, to show how hypnosis works. Not to show silly case histories or be a map that "is" the territory. But rather, a map that defines the territories like any good map should. This is what this book is, a map that defines the territory and not "is" the territory. Now sure, it seems oversimplified to some of my fellow reviewers, okay, but if you're going for cutthroat working result; what works, works. And this works, period. It has what is neccessary. Period. That's all I'm saying. The simplified and neccessitated "It Works by RHJ" of hypnosis law and theory. Sure. Whoever you are, Rhodes, thanks. Captain Josh.
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