Manage Your Dyslexia
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This is a self-help hypnotherapy recording for older children and teenagers aged between eleven and sixteen years who have Dyslexia. Gentle & relaxing, it helps them feel more calm and confident about themselves and their abilities. It will help your child by visualizing: - Enjoy relaxing and breathing away doubts and worries - Discover a ‘room in their mind’ with their beliefs and opinions - Scrub off mistaken messages from the walls - Paint walls the colour of confidence - Receive positive messages and paint them on the walls - Imagine themselves learning new things easily and confidently For maximum benefit, your child should listen to at least one of the tracks, preferably daily, until they begin to notice changes, then listen from time to time to maintain those changes. Track 1 helps the listener relax calmly and comfortably as they imagine an inner room with negative opinions and beliefs which they scrub off the walls. Then they receive powerful, long-lasting suggestions to boost confidence and self-esteem and they paint these on to the walls in a confident-coloured paint. They are encouraged to exchange negative self-doubt for empowering positive beliefs and visualise the difference it makes to their lives. Track 2 gives specific suggestions for listening, focus, organisation of thinking, planning and getting down to work, various study and spelling strategies and for managing time. Research shows that when a person first acts out each positive step in their imagination, it dramatically increases the likelihood of their success in the real world. This recording contains powerful suggestions for boosting confidence and self-esteem. The language and topics used are carefully crafted to appeal to listeners of all suitable ages. Lynda Hudson's gentle, well-modulated, English voice calms, re-assures and encourages. A clinical hypnotherapist and former teacher, Lynda has worked with many children and has helped them overcome numerous problems. Her work has been widely featured in the press and she has appeared on both TV and radio.
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