The Couple Who Became Each Other: Stories of Healing and Transformation from a Leading Hypnotherapist

Intuition, gut feelings, hunches…Call it what you like, we all possess unconscious wisdom.  And as the stories in this book make clear, that wisdom has the power to heal.
A married couple trade identities in trance–and end the battles that have pushed them to the brink of divorce.
A patient in deep trance endures a five-hour surgery without anesthesia, even stopping her bleeding on cue.
A woman who is going blind regains her sight when she confronts the knowledge she has been trying not to “see.”

These are just a few of the fascinating true stories told by family therapist David L.  Calof, one of the leaders of modern hypnotherapy.  In a practice spanning more than twenty years, Calof has helped clients use the power of their own unconscious minds to gain insights, solve problems, and heal physical and psychological wounds–sometimes in dramatic ways even he could not foresee.  His revealing book offers remarkable insights into the inner wisdom we all possess.

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3 comments for “The Couple Who Became Each Other: Stories of Healing and Transformation from a Leading Hypnotherapist

  1. cavideo@pacific.net
    November 19, 2012 at 11:01 AM

    Partnership is the essence of Calof’s therapeutic approach. The most striking single aspect of the therapeutic techniques David Calof demonstrates in these gripping case histories is the peer partnerships he creates between clinician and clients. It is this “at ease” stance which enables him to access the client’s unconscious with such facility and enlist his inner resources in the healing process. May his tribe increase.

  2. Janece Martell, MFA, LMP
    November 19, 2012 at 5:23 PM

    Master At Work Rarely do we get a chance to witness a master healer at work. In this fascinating and well-written book you can begin to fathom how the mind impacts the body, how powerfully the events of our childhood mold our psyche and reverberate into every area of our lives. Here’s a benchmark for good therapy – so whenever you might need some help navigating your life, you hope to find a gifted therapist like David Calof. This is a must-read for all who want to know themselves and others. P.S. Mr. Calof, when’s your next book coming out?

  3. Anonymous
    November 19, 2012 at 5:32 PM

    This is a fascinating look into the unconscious This is not only an excellent read–like a series of whodunits-but a fascinating glipse of the working of the unconscious mind. This is not just about hypnosis, but it is about universal processes in every person. The writing is excellent and the stories compelling. Good read for anyone interested in the mysteries of the mind

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