This book gives an insight into Milton Erickson as well as his use of stories.
We can all help ourselves understand more about why we think the way we do and help ourselves and others in a positive uplifting way by reading this book.
Even if you are not a student of Hypnosis or Hypnotherapy, a must read if you are interested in the wonderful workings of the mind and communication.
So many of these stories stuck in my mind like starfish on a rock. Vivid, bright, amusing stories that teach you deep truths about life and therapy.Published 8 days ago by Håkon Rian Ueland
As a collector of inspirational writings, I feel this book should be viewed as a look back more so than a source for modern day motivation. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Karen Slater
I dunno about you people. The whole time I'm reading this stuff, I'm thinking Chauncey Gardiner. You are reading WAY too much into his simple stories. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Morris
The only book I found about Erickson that doesn't obscure his amazing gift with the author/editor's self-aggrandizement.Published 1 month ago by G. Nease
Very nearly all children learn to love stories. It is said that this love stays with them as they grow older. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donna Gray-davis