CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – April 15, 2018 – PRLog — Renewing your mind – Perspectives of a Christian Hypnotist is the true life story of one man’s search for physical, emotional & spiritual peace. Mr. Davis describes a transition from not believing in hypnosis, and later through his own search, he found himself training, certifying and becoming one of a few Board Certified Hypnotists in the world.
According to Mr. Davis, there are large populations of people in our nation and around the world that are either afraid of hypnosis, or without knowledge of what it is or is not. There are also those that assume it is a sacreligious practice. Statistics show that many of these people might carry the effects of long term abuse, emotional triggers that lead to unhealthy habits, or sadness that pulls at their lives. His intent for this important text is that those seeking positive change in their lives will consider healthy restorative processes.
A review of published works show this is a unique book. it is written with a truthful description from the perspective of a practicing hypnotist helping clients from all over the nation. Anthony M. Davis committed to writing a practical, book that shows the connection to a Christian faith, and provides educational value for those seeking clarity about hypnosis.
Within this unique, written journey, readers gain a new understanding of hypnosis as a natural, healthy restorative process & how it aligns with Christianity to renew your mind.
As the Director of the Center for Personal Leadership and Development, Mr. Davis does not limit his activities to hypnotherapy. According to him, he accredits his many successes as a Leadership, Success and Stress Coach to his foundational expertise gained as a Board Certified Hypnosis Practitioner.
“Renewing Your Mind- Perspectives of a Christian Hypnotist” is available from Amazon in both Kindle and Print formats at: https://amzn.to/2GGSZyi. A donation of 10% of all sales profits will be given to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
To contact Anthony M. Davis at the Center for Personal Leadership and Development for media interviews, call (434) 202-4068 or via the contact form at http://www.leadership-matters.org.