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Editor reviews

The techniques of good concentration and memory are explained in the indispensable audiobook Revise and Remember: Concentrate the Mind, written and narrated by experienced hypnotherapist Lynda Hudson. Hypnotherapy has many uses and here Lynda takes listeners on a gentle hypnotherapy to increase your concentration skills by giving you techniques that you will subconsciously remember and use to your advantage. This is the perfect listen for students starting school or university who need help to prepare for the important task of revision. She also includes motivation and memorisation techniques to improve your ability to retain knowledge. Available now from Audible.

Summary

Are you studying for an exam? Or are you simply learning something new? Do you wish there was a safe and natural way to absorb and retain information so it is at your fingertips when you need it the most?

If so, this could be the solution you've been looking for. Expert hypnotherapist and former teacher Lynda Hudson has created four self-hypnosis sessions to help you develop your inner focus and use your brain to its full potential. You will be introduced to powerful accelerated learning techniques that will help you take information in and revise more easily. Furthermore, your ability to recall this knowledge will be more effective than before. Through the powerful techniques of visualisation plus positive suggestion, you will learn how to remain calm, alert, motivated and focused as you study, storing information in a way that you can retrieve it easily at a later date.

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I don't know how she does it?

This helps me massively and it even helps me have a better night's sleep thanks!

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Powerful

Loved the flow, the twchniques to calm the mind and prepare the mind to absorb.

Special kudos to Lynda

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Relax

Seems to be working I certainly feel more relaxed and focused after listening to each segment.

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Lynda has a calm relaxed voice which focuses the mind and clears out negative thoughts

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Tried to focus.

Having been at University I've tried the hypnotherapy and meditation stuff, but this just wasn't for me
my mind just wonders. The relaxing of the body does help to loosen up and get ready for studying but I
find the tone of the narrator a little creepy (noise-cancelling headphones doesn't help with this, I think).

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I feel like this is provably more aimed at the younger kids but anyone could benefit from Lynda 's soothing voice in times of stress,reminding us to be positive and calm.

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Not for me

I gave it my full attention but I’m afraid this is not really for me. Some may benefit from this quick spin around the subject but I was hoping for something a bit deeper!

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May work for some but not for me.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Don't think anything could.

Has Revise and Remember put you off other books in this genre?

Not sure. am sceptical about hypnotherapy.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

I found her tone a little patronising.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Revise and Remember?

Not an appropriate question.

Any additional comments?

I hope this book works for most people who listen to it. I listened purely out of curiosity as I'm not taking any exams at the moment but am not sure it would work even if I was.

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