You want to lose weight? You've tried many diets without remarkable results? Are you looking for an easy and relaxed way to get slim? Then try out "Get Slim!" today! "Get Slim!" is a powerful tool for your personal change and empowerment. The hypnotic and relaxation techniques within this program help you best to reach your personal goal of a slim and healthy life!
You might agree that most of our weight problems have their origin in our minds. But the real problem is that most of them are unconscious, working deep in our minds and keeping us away from reaching our goals. That is why hypnosis is so much more effective. Hypnosis deals with the hidden patterns behind poor eating or over-eating. It is the perfect tool for "re-educating" your unconscious mind, giving you back the choice about what you eat - making it, easy and sustainable. The suggestions in the program will help you change the way you think about food and exercising. Get the necessary motivation for building a new healthy life-style and new eating habits - take back control of your appetite and weight!
"Get Slim!" was designed by well-known German Hypnotherapist Kim Fleckenstein. Kim Fleckenstein is a certified alternative practitioner in psychotherapy, a clinical Hypnotherapist and NLP-Master-Coach. Based in Munich she has already published a range of best-selling self-help and hypnosis programs. Her unique technique and self-experiences have helped to create the special character and heart of her recordings.Together with professional and native speaker Cathy Weber she also publishes her programs in English.
Do not listen to this program while operating a motor vehicle or during any other activity that requires your full attention. This program does not replace a doctor or any other medical aids. The best effect can be achieved by listening to this program once a day over a period of 4 weeks.
The audiobook consists of two chapters. You can choose either to listen to the book with a wake-up phase (chapter 1) or if you wish to fall asleep just listen to chapter 2.
©2012 Kim Fleckenstein (P)2012 Kim Fleckenstein