Your happiness depends on the image of your world that you have built in your mind. A wrong perception of your place in it will make you less happy. Luckily, you have the innate ability to reset many damaging cognitions using simple and enjoyable methods. Those tools, which rely on the power of your imagination, are readily available to you.
The author has a long romance with the mind-body connection and the use it makes of our imagination, as a clinical hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner, an inventor, and a fiction writer. That broad background has prompted him to help many others by demystifying self-help methods that produce results.
In How to Imagine, the author details practical strategies, which employ your imagination to clean up wrong cognitions and memories, and create a better, happier life in a simple and readily accessible way. Feeling better and happier is just a click away. Scroll up, listen to the sample, and judge for yourself!
Praise for the book:
"When you follow the instructions in this book, your renewed imagination will help you renew the curiosity and sense of awe you experienced as a child discovering the world around you. You'll enable yourself to view the world through a fresh set of eyes. You'll get to know yourself again and better, you'll value quiet time where you'll get to consciously and purposefully tap into your imagination and learn how to use it more effectively." (Adam Eason, author of The Science of Self-Hypnosis)
The book makes reference to bonus material that can be found at doitwithwords.com/topics/how-to-imagine.