Monday, 1 May 2017

Celebrity Self Help Guru Paul McKenna to Write Children’s Books

Self-help guru and hypnotist Paul McKenna is all set to write children’s books that are sure to “hypnotize” children. McKenna has celebrity clients such as David Bowie and George Michael and has penned bestsellers such as “I Can Make You Happy” and “I Can Make You Thin.”

The 53-year-old self-help guru has designed his books with the aim of tapping into the minds of young children and filling them with happiness and self-confidence. He also claims that his books will improve children’s academic abilities and help them sleep longer.  

He said: “I am about to write a series of children’s books, that when the parent reads them, it puts a matrix of hypnotic metaphors in their mind, to make them really confident, happy, sleep well, learn easily, and be functional in life.”

McKenna has already sold more than seven million copies of his self-help books in 35 countries all over the world. Some of his most popular titles are “I Can Make You Sleep,” “I Can Make You Thin,” “I Can Mend Your Broken Heart,” “I Can Make You Rich,” and “I Can Make You Happy.” He has a number of celebrity clients including David Bowie, George Michael, David Beckham, and Robbie Williams and is known for his ability to cure phobias. 

Besides writing children’s books, Paul is working on launching Positivity, a self-help television channel, which he hopes will “bring many of the world’s self-help experts together on one television channel across the world.” He claims that people will definitely feel good whenever they turn on Positivity.

McKenna’s plans to write books that will help children sleep and study better brings to mind an Amazon best-seller of 2015. It was a book called “The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep,” written by Carl Johan Forssen Ehrlin, who said that it will definitely help children fall asleep faster.

This bestseller claims that it can transform bedtime battles into loving rituals. The book is about a rabbit called Roger who just can't fall asleep till his mother takes him to his Uncle Yawn, who knows exactly how to help him sleep. 

The writer uses simple language that can help children relax and sleep faster. The book comes with an audio CD of relaxing music that can be played to assist in reading the story.