What if the unconscious mind were not as complicated as it seems? What if its basic desires were extremely simple, and all it wanted to do is its job - if only the conscious mind would make an effort to acknowledge it, and try to satisfy its simple requests? And what if, once this bridge was established, our thinking became much more clear, and problem solving much easier? This book presents a psychological technique the author stumbled upon that had a dramatic effect on his panic disorder and depression. The technique involves self-hypnosis and visualization to access the unconscious and reveal hidden inner needs - usually in the form of an object - which will act as a bridge between the conscious and unconscious minds.
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