Self Analysis [Spiral Bound]

Self Analysis [Spiral Bound]

Self Analysis is NOT “positive thinking,” “brain exercises,” or “self-hypnosis.” You may have tried some of these techniques before, and even achieved a temporary benefit. But they do not get to the core of the problem in your mind and eliminate it the same way that Self Analysis does. Self Analysis contains lists of unique questions that you can use to explore your past and improve your reactions toward life. By regularly using the technique contained in the book, you will journey into your past and embark on one of the most interesting adventures in your life. The adventure of YOU. You will find out that your potentials are great deal better than anyone ever permitted you to believe. In addition to removing the negative emotional charge of failures of the past, your personal abilities can also dramatically increase.

Details

  • Spiral-bound: 373 pages
  • Publisher: Bridge Publications; Workbook Edition edition (2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1403144125
  • ISBN-13: 978-1403144126
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1.3 x 9.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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  1. I first read this book in 1968, and was so impressed by what I read that I jumped right into it. Within a few hours, I was feeling brighter, more alert, and more cheerful. Within a few days, I could not keep a smile off my face all day. I have worked on this material with many others, over the past 40+ years, with consistently good results: brighter, more buoyant emotionally, and much, much happier.

    The new edition (2007) is also much easier to use, as the spiral binding allows it to stay flat for the section you are working on. There is even room for notes in the workbook.

    I also got the hard cover edition for my library, and to lend to friends.

    This is a practical self-help workbook that almost anyone can use to quickly improve how they feel about themselves and about life. It can give one a fascinating 30-minute daily mental workout, with fresh material every day. It even includes self-assessment charts where you can plot where you are starting from, and then record your progress over several weeks or even months. You won’t need a chart to tell you how much better you feel, but it is interesting to look at before and after and compare.

    This book is easy to read, intriguing to consider, fun to do the exercises, and produces very pleasing results. What more could you ask for?

    Note: not for the overly timid. As you work through the exercises, you will find that in addition to feeling much better, your memory improves greatly, and that although the book concentrates on pleasant incidents in the exercises, you can occasionally run into a less pleasant incident to say the least. The book includes practical exercises to relieve the intensity of such unhappy times, and to help restore your equilibrium quickly.Read more ›

  2. This is the best self help book i’ve ever read in my life. I’m not a scientologist, but I believe in, and will participate in something that works. This book WORKS, to relive deep hurts, old wounds, baggage, from the subconscious, where it’s not doing you any good and where you can’t get to it consciously, not even in therapy, because it’s subconscious. You have to find methods that get to the subconscious in order to address the pain there. This is a great method, puts you in control of it, to do at your own pace, and it really works. Just read the instructions and start doing the excersies. After doing the exercises for a few minutes, to purge traumatic memories, I would find I no longer had so much heaviness in my being. After several more exercise sessions, (I could only do them for a few minutes at a time pesonally, because the past trauma i was healing was too much to take for longer than that) , I found I could now recall the event with NO painful or sad or angry or any heavy emotions. Instead I am able to now see the trauma without painful emotion, and see it for what it REALLY is, and therefore understand it, the whole situation much better. Once I understood it for what it really was, i let go of it, was at peace with it, and it never taxed me painfully again. I searched for years for relief from traumatic memories and there simply is nothing in traditional therapy. This is fantastic. Get one and give it to a traumatized veteran, rape victim, anyone with PTSD of any kind, if you know one. It actually works.

  3. Reading and going through just the first few activities in this book have made me happier and improved my sense of smell. Wonder how much things will improve by the time I finish. Seems to me anybody could get some kind of benefit from this book without having to become a Scientologist, per se. It’s easy to follow, steps are explained well, maybe even with a bit too much detail. If you do decide to get it, I suggest you make sure the discs are included.

  4. This is perhaps the most useful self-help book ever written. I’ve used it myself and found after two weeks of doing the very simple and easy exercises for one hour a day I have greater clarity, focus, I’m more awake, and I think better. I’m buying a second copy because I lost mine AND two more for friends.

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