Perceptual Hypnosis by Dr. Fredrick Woodard (Book Review #365)

Perceptual Hypnosis is a non-fiction self-help book. It is a spiritual journey with the intention to create more awareness of hypnosis and psychology. This book covers paranormal activity, diversity, and spirituality in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural aspect. Keeping it true to psychology and hypnosis, the author has created a fantastic exhibition as a professional psychologist and hypnotherapist and welcomes readers to this fascinating world of seeing the world in a much different perspective, the spiritual experience, and the parapsychological phenomena.

I personally found this book very interesting. The work was clearly written with much care, research, and love. I felt that the book was the work of an author who has taken years of his time attempting to create a masterpiece of which empowers and lightens the reader using a new approach based on the past. It expands the knowledge and comprehension of the hypnotic process.

The key feature is that Dr. Woodard believes that to understand hypnosis one would need to involve differentiation rather than the traditional dissociation. The literature is written in an effortless and organized way. It had a nice flow to it and would suit the open mind and professionals that are studying the subject.

I would recommend this book to people that are interested in the paranormal and spiritual journey. Anyone with psychological and hypnosis background would also find this work to be worth reading.

Written by Jeyran Main

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