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Christian H. Godefroy is a specialist in positive thinking and autosuggestion. He has given training seminars to over 6,000 senior company personnel around the world on self-confidence, communication and relaxation. Today he concentrates on publishing books about personal and professional success and about health and runs his own highly successful publishing companies in France and Switzerland. You can reach him at:

Copyright © 2001 Christian H. Godefroy All Rights Reserved. Duplication in whole or in part is strictly prohibited without the express written permission of the author. Excerpts may be published for review purposes with appropriate citation and reference. This work is protected under the copyright laws of the United States and other countries. Unlawful duplication is punishable by severe civil and criminal penalties.

Table of Contents
Forward ..................................................................................... 2 About the author... .................................................................. 2 Introduction ............................................................................. 5 Part One: Sophrology ........................................................... 18
Hypnosis ..................................................................................................... 19 Sophrology.................................................................................................... 4 Suggestion................................................................................................... 64

Part Two: The Alpha Experience........................................ 93
Mind Control, Biofeedback and Alpha Waves ...................................... 94 Psychocybernetics.................................................................................... 111 The Alpha Seminar…...

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