"The ideal state to be in would be to allow yourself to feel comfortable and happy alone and in your own company", intones the pleasant British accent in this 22-minute audiobook.
Why is this the ideal state to be in? According to Darren Marks’ self-narrated advice book, Overcome Your Fear of Being Alone, such a self-contented state is the ideal state from which to attract others. This problem - loneliness and peace - is at the heart of this audio class by one of the "UK’s leading hypnotherapists". This audiobook uses "dual delivery hypnotherapy" and "brainwave entertainment" to encourage listeners to become happy in their solitude...and maybe to break it. The instruction is punctuated by periods of hypnotic language over synthesized, calmative tones.
The ideal state to be in would be to allow yourself to feel comfortable and happy, alone and in your own company, because when you truly feel like that you are much more likely to attract others and even if you don't it doesn't matter because you are feeling happy anyway.
This recording is designed to help you to begin to reprogramme your mind to feel comfortable and confident to be on your own. The aim is for you to learn how to relax, breathe naturally and cope easily in those situations.
In addition to this recording being written and delivered by Darren Marks one of the UKs leading hypnotherapists and NLP practitioners, it also utilizes dual delivery hypnotherapy (DDH) and brainwave entrainment. DDH involves different suggestions or metaphors being delivered separately yet simultaneously through the right and left headphones. The effect is deeply hypnotic and has the advantage of helping the unconscious mind to accept beneficial suggestions with less conscious interference.
When the brain is exposed to rhythm, the rhythm is recreated in the brain in the form of these electrical impulses. If the rhythm is the right speed it can begin to mimic natural brainwave patterns. When this occurs, the brain reacts by synchronizing to the same rhythm. This phenomenon is called the Frequency Following Response (or FFR). FFR is used here to assist people to rapidly access deep meditative states which could take years to master without assistance.
©2008 Darren Marks; (P)2008 Hypnotherapist Direct Ltd
The almost same recording reproduced with the different title. Period. One of the other should be the lowest possible.
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