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The famous British mentalist, Maurice Fogel, leveraged his success as performer to branch out into the self-help category, by writing this book. He writes:
There is no strange mysticism about Fogelism; it is simply a mental attitude towards life which, I have found, achieves unsuspected results. It is the logical training of one's mind so that it sizes up the approach to a problem and tackles it rationally, instead of allowing the magnitude of that problem to overwhelm.
- The Mind Is Lazy
- Controlled By Subconscious
- Secret Of Hypnotism
- Learn To Relax
- Power Of Suggestion
- Nerves, Too, Must Relax
- First Lesson
- Self Treatment
- Personal Faults
- Mind Becomes Malleable
- Help Through Suggestion
- Source Of Confidence
- Change Of Character
- Analysing Self-Consciousness
1st edition 1949, 24 pages; PDF 20 pages.
word count: 5414 which is equivalent to 21 standard pages of text
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