Christian Godefroy - How To Control Your Brain At Will (834.0 Kb eBook)
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The first part of this work is a new, revised and updated edition of Dr. Roger Vittoz's "Treatment Of Psycho-Neuroses Through Re-Education of Cerebral Control." The preface was written by Dr. David Halimi. The sections on practical applications are by Christian H. Godefroy.Over the last few years, a number of works of this kind have appeared, and my adding a stone to the edifice was above all a response to the needs of my patients I also wished to enlighten people as to the cause of these nervous disorders, known under v... More >>>
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The first part of this work is a new, revised and updated edition of Dr. Roger Vittoz's "Treatment Of Psycho-Neuroses Through Re-Education of Cerebral Control." The preface was written by Dr. David Halimi. The sections on practical applications are by Christian H. Godefroy.
Over the last few years, a number of works of this kind have appeared, and my adding a stone to the edifice was above all a response to the needs of my patients I also wished to enlighten people as to the cause of these nervous disorders, known under various names such as neurasthenia, psychoneurosis or psychasthenia and finally to develop my personal point of view on the subject of treatment.
So it is above all the patients, suffering from these disorders, whom I am addressing, and that is why I tried, as much as possible, to simplify anything in this study which seemed too abstract. My primary objective is to show you, as best I can, why people get sick, and how they can be cured.
This training method, if I may be permitted to call it that, is based on the certainty that all psychasthenic disorders are caused by a malfunction in the brain, and that it is in the brain, and nowhere else, that we must look for solutions.
What causes the malfunction? What is it really? How can it be changed? These are the questions we will try to answer.
The title of this work gives you a good idea of its contents: by studying what is termed a patient's patterns of 'cerebral control' we will be able to identify his or her particular dysfunction.
We consider a lack of cerebral control to be the psychological cause of these disorders. And it is by identifying this lack that we are able to determine the form and rationale of any effective treatment. We realize that certain facts included here would, under other circumstances, merit more detailed explanation, but we must remind you that this book is simply meant to express, in terms which are as concrete as possible, the work we are doing.
As for the results we have obtained, I cite the cases of patients I have already treated, and call on my colleagues to patiently and sincerely attempt to apply to their own patients what I have been able to do with mine.
If patients who are suffering from what I term insufficient mental control, are able, through the simple explanations offered in this method, to find a direction, an indication, or even a hope of recovery, then I feel I will have achieved the goal I set for myself.
Christian H. Godefroy (born October 25, 1948) is a French author of books about self-improvement and positive thinking. His books include Mind Dynamics. He started a publishing company which has published more than 100 books. He also founded CORESPRIT, an annual gathering of self-improvement motivators, with thousands of visitors.
Christian H. Godefroy was born on October 25, 1948. His father, from Paris, was in the mechanical field. From him, Christian learned that everything can be repaired, that every problem has a solution. His mother also provided him with fantastic learning tools: reading is a marvelous way to learn and dream, and writing a tremendous way to explore your feelings - in fact, the only way permitted in his family.
His father considered criticism to be the ultimate form of cleverness, while his mother was very anxious. At school,
Christian's performance was considered very poor -- but he was the best in mathematics and French (his native language).
Being very shy and unhappy, but nonetheless sure that life had shortcuts to happiness, prosperity and freedom, Christian was fortunate to discover self-improvement very early in his life.
Leaving university to work in network marketing, he founded his own company -- a discount card -- which failed, and he wasted all his money.
He married, and fathered a son, Cyril, but the marriage ended 4 years later. He founded a training company with two friends. He taught public speaking, self-improvement and mind dynamics to more than 6,000 attendees. He took a keen interest in attending many seminars.
During this period, he wrote "Mind Dynamics", his first book, which sold 150,000 copies.
He then started a publishing company, and this is still active today and has published more than a hundred books. He initiated CORESPRIT, an annual meeting of all self-improvement leaders, with thousand of visitors.
After selling his very successful publishing company, he returned to writing. At this time, he also started this web site: "Positive-Club".
He is the author of many books, including "Mind Dynamics", "Time Management System", "How to Write Letters That Sell", "Help Yourself Through Self-Hypnosis", "How to Get an Amazing Memory", "The Complete, Self -Affirming Powerful Quotation Encyclopaedia". Most of his books have been translated into other languages, e.g. Chinese, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, German and Japanese. He has written many articles, worked with researchers, and travelled all over the world. You will find most of his books at Abebooks and at Joe Vitale's opinion
Today he lives with his wife, Emilia, and their two youngest children, Jessica, 14 years old, and Alexander, 9 years old. He writes and develops his rapidly growing web site day by day, in addition to caring, and providing, for his family. His interests include reading, computing, wind surfing, and "anything that can challenge the mind".