Aspiring and professional writers alike will appreciate this hypnosis session from award-winning writer and clinical hypnotist Maggie Dubris. Dubris employs soothing sounds from nature and a natural, gentle cadence to allow listeners to access their inner creativity. Designed to be listened to at bedtime, this hypnosis program will have listeners waking up refreshed and inspired, full of enthusiasm for writing. Dubris suggests listening to this program at least five times a week as repetition will help create neural pathways in the brain that will assist in producing breakthroughs and circumventing any mental blocks.
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I'm not an expert on hypnosis recordings. That being said, I have found Maggie Dubris' recordings to be relaxing. With a couple of other products I've tried, I've found the delivery itself to be distracting enough to miss the whole point of the exercise. Not so with these.
My biggest beef? I purchased both "Inspired Writing" and "Inspired Novel" and the majority of these selections are exactly the same. I would suggest choosing one or the other, but not both.
This one is one that will stay at the top of my list. I've listened over and over again.
Maggie Dubris is a brilliant writer/performer. What ever your opinion on hypnosis, this is really really worth a listen. I like that it's short, it's perfect to be an audio book and it's one of my two go-to audio listens at bed time (the other go-to book is also from Maggie Dubris). I have listened to other audio books but find I am awake for hours listening so it doesn't serve the purpose to let me listen and drop off to sleep.
I noticed changes in my behaviour in the next few days and when I thought about it I realised it was this audio book that was focussing my actions.
Very lovely, I can listen to Maggie Dubris all day
There are things as a writer I should do to hone my craft. On a daily basis you need to journal, make notes, write - even if it's a paragraph... I know this but don't always do it. This week there are things in my mind vying for my attention. Writing in my journal pops into my head as a
Thank you, very very good listen
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