Monsters and Magical Sticks: There’s No Such Thing As Hypnosis?
By Steven Heller (Author) and Terry Steele (Author)
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: New Falcon Publications; 2 edition (January 1, 2009)
— status: Read in May, 2011 — Highly recommended.
Have you ever learned something without really knowing you’re learning something? Whoa ho ho ho is this the book for you! This is a fine example of Ericksonian Storytelling and I’m sorry to tell you, but if you read this book …you will learn something useful… whether or not you realize it right away!
Too cool, interesting, useful, and revealing to put into words… especially when this book helps you come to realize that words are just that – symbols that don’t mean much, or better yet, mean a lot of different things to every single person.
Don’t believe hypnosis exists? HA! You’ve been hypnotized to believe that, so there!
At least read the 2 page Chapter II. Amazing work.
But it’s the Fore-warn(d) section that got me spinning (and put into “that state”!):
“As you wander into the new areas of this book be advised that it is my intention to ‘bite’ you. You have now been duly warned.”
Ha ha – tell me THAT doesn’t get you going!
This Dr. has good intentions, was very well versed in the field (deceased), and really is “The Wizard”. Read it and be changed…NOW.
If you’d like to read over the notes I took for this book, then head over to the Tools Section and look under “Notes”.