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Daytime Affirmations for Relaxation

Daytime Affirmations are a completely safe, straightforward, drug-free and 100% natural alternative. These recordings are developed and recorded by Steve G. Jones, M.Ed, Clinical Hypnotherpist. As half-hour scripts from a full hypnosis session, they provide positive affirmations without any music or relaxation suggestions. Daytime hypnosis reinforces and affirms the power of hypnosis - during the daytime! iPhone users can play these affirms throughout the day to empower themselves.

Stress is very EASY to control with hypnosis. Listening and put your mind at ease. This daytime affirmation can help you become a more calm, centered person!

Hypnosis is finally the key to doing what your doctor, friends and family have all been telling you for years – Relax! With so many illnesses and diseases related to uncontrolled stress relaxing is not only for creating emotional calmness, but it is vital to maintaining good health.

Relaxation should be a top priority for you in your life. You should take some time out of your day, everyday to relax and unwind mentally and physically. Relaxation allows your mind and body to repair itself. By taking time of your busy day and relaxing, you are giving yourself extra energy and inner peace to accomplish more throughout your day.


Steve G. Jones, M.Ed. has been practicing hypnotherapy since the 1980s. He is the author of 22 books on Hypnotherapy. Steve is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, American Board of Hypnotherapy, president of the American Alliance of Hypnotists, on the board of directors of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Lung Association, and director of the Steve G. Jones School of Clinical Hypnotherapy.

Steve G. Jones, M.Ed. is a board certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. He has a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Florida (1994), a master's degree in education from Armstrong Atlantic State University (2007), and is currently working on a doctorate in education, Ed.D., at Georgia Southern University.