"Techniques for achieving personal success. Through the practice of various types of exercises called HypsoConsciousness, the individual can strive to raise his or her level of consciousness, in order to attain self-dominion, balance, stability, tranquility, and a higher intellectual state."
Rapid advances in science and technology which demand more and more from the individual with each passing day rule the world of today.
The speed at which we carry out our everyday activities in life goes against our best interests because it fosters superficial thinking and the disease of the 21st century: Stress. Stress fogs the mind and leaves one open to destructive habits and emotions, which in turn ruin one’s health, as well as lower one’s level of personal and professional efficiency.
HypsoConsciousness is a complete system that starts with self-knowledge. It encourages self-improvement, development, and personal success in all areas of life.
In this book, the author describes this system of relaxation and self-mastery which is based on raising one’s level of consciousness, something that is crucial for people of today who are always so tense and under so much pressure.
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|Letter to the Reader||VII|
|1. Modern Man and His “Disease”||9|
|3. The Anguished Individual||35|
|4. Consciousness and Hypso-Consciousness||49|
|5. Causes and Consequences of a Low Level of Consciousness||63|
|6. The Conscious and the Subconscious||75|
|8. Real Existence and Fanciful Existence||97|
|10. Exercises of Elevating One’s Level of Consciousness||131|
|Exercise No. 1: Complete Breathing|
|Exercise No. 2:Morning Breathing|
|Exercise No. 3: Breathing for Relaxation|
|Exercise No. 4: Imperceptible Breathing|
|11. Education of the Imagination||147|
|Exercise No. 5: Relaxation and Mastery of the Imagination|
|Exercise No. 6: Mental Concentration No. 1|
|Exercise No. 7: Mental Concentration No. 2|
|Exercise No. 8: The Mental Void|
|12. Motor Re-Education||175|
|Exercise No. 9: Conscious Movements|
|Exercise No. 10: Vocal Consciousness|
|14. Consciousness of the “I”||195|
|Exercise 11: Consciousness of the “I”|
|15. Use of the Reflective Power||207|
|Exercise No. 12: Solving Problems|
|Exercise No. 13 Applied Use of the Intellect|
|17. Guidelines to Help Prevent Nervous Tension||225|
|18. Summary of the Method of HypsoConsciousness and Instructions for Its Use||235|
|19. Concluding Remarks||241|