I just finished reading UNHYPNOSIS.. by Dr. Steve Taubman.

One of the most thought provoking reads I’ve had in a while.

I’m a book reading nut.. this is my 5th this week. I always read the books I”m going to promote, and Dr. Steve did ask for my help on this.

Frankly, I wasn’t too excited.. in my head I heard “doen’t like hynosis” even though he told me that he’s a hynotist. Well, the book is not about hypnosis, but about self-examination and discovery. I think it’s a must read.. and I’m not even being paid to say that this time

Here’s my Amazon review.

With that word, UNHYPNOSIS in the title, I didn’t know what to expect.. there are people who say that hypnosis is evil and something to be scared of.Fortunately, I didn’t stop at the first word.
This is NOT a book about hypnosis.What I did see were many references, stories, and explanations that I’ve NEVER seen in other books or programs.
Dr. Taubman tells some of his own story.. especially good is the “I”m Dr. Steve from the USA story”.. but mostly sticks to a point by point explanation of how our mind/body/soul works. I’ve studied everything from self help to scripture, and found several new ways of explaining what I thought might be unexplainable.
Perhaps the best “how meditation works in three pages” I’ve ever seen. The WITNESS and SHARING section of one chapter made me put down the book and exclaim “Yes, that’s exactly how it works!”The book starts with a good warning that universal principals should never be in conflict with what you already know. There’s no “I’m the Guru, you were wrong” stuff here.
I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to live an examined life. (Is there any other way?) A good book for all.