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Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis
Self-Hypnosis is the scientific sibling of meditation, which came from religion. Although the two practicies come from very different and separate fields of study, they are very similar. They both result in the person entering the Alpha state, when Alpha-type brain waves are emitted.
Self-Hypnosis : The Complete Manual for Health and Self-Change
by Brian M. Alman, Peter T. Lambrou
The book that I used to learn Self-hypnosis is no longer in print, but I have heard that this one is excellent.

Effective Self Hypnosis: Pathways to the Unconscious, Book/Tape Combination
by C. Alexander Simpkins, Annellen M. Simpkins, Ernest L. Rossi, Carmen Z. Simpkins
The book that I used to learn Self-hypnosis is no longer in print, but I have heard that this one is excellent.

Master the Power of Self-Hypnosis
by C. Roy Hunter

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Hypnosis
by Roberta Temes
From the Author: Hypnosis is the original mind/body medicine. It can help you change your life and reach your goals. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Hypnosis is not for idiots. It is for you if you are curious about ways to improve your golf game or ways to speed through surgery. You can learn to love brocolli and hate chocolate, or you can learn to overcome shyness and enjoy public speaking. This book tells exactly how to use hypnosis for your advantage -- you can change your life!

Hypnosis for Beginners : Reach New Levels of Awareness & Achievement
by William W. Hewitt
Hypnosis for Beginners shows readers how to hypnotize themselves and others safely and easily. Whether the goal is to stop smoking, control migraine headaches, or commune with spiritual guides, one will find hypnosis routines that can be used for any purpose, including special tips for hypnosis with children.

Using Your Brain--For a Change
by Richard Bandler
Richard Bandler developed Neuro-Linguistic Programming, a powerful technique and method that can be called an "offshoot" of hypnosis and self-hypnosis. This book outlines specific exercises that anyone can do to gain access to the other 95% of your brain that you normally don't use. The author's writing style is extremely personable and I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to explore the power of the mind.

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