While you are enjoying fascinating dramas, comedies, reality shows, movies, the Internet and print publications, you are taking in ideas and absorbing beliefs that are below the level of the conscious mind.
PITTSBURGH (PRWEB) October 14, 2015
In 2014, the average American spent five hours per day watching television. While the media is not necessarily representing reality, unconsciously the media is influencing viewers’ thoughts, actions and self-image.
For more than 25 years, media expert and TV psychologist Nancy Mramor Kajuth, Ph.D., has been researching the effects of media. In her new book, “Get Reel: Produce Your Own Life,” she empowers readers to take control of their lives by breaking free from the hynponitc trance that TV, movies and the Internet can create by exchanging unconscious viewing for media watching skills that can produce a more authentic life.
Dr. Mramor Kajuth provides an entertaining behind-the-scenes look at how to enjoy media by using conscious viewing skills that will in turn offer the ability to live a more authentic and happy life. With her professional advice, quizzes, humorous stories and other interactive activities throughout the book, readers will be able to enjoy interacting with media while avoiding the unconscious side effects that can occur.
“While you are enjoying fascinating dramas, comedies, reality shows, movies, the Internet and print publications, you are taking in ideas and absorbing beliefs that are below the level of the conscious mind,” Dr. Mramor Kajuth said. “Many of those ideas are helpful, entertaining and educational. Others are not.”
For more information, visit http://drnancyonline.com/.
“Get Reel: Produce Your Own Life”
By Nancy Mramor Kajuth, Ph.D.
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press
About the author
Nancy Mramor Kajuth, Ph.D, has been invited to more than 350 media placements in TV, radio and print, including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, PBS and many major magazines. She has been an author, speaker, on-air expert, producer at a local PBS network and scriptwriter on topics involving news, pop culture, health, relationships and parenting. The National Association of Professional Women, in the category of Pennsylvania Psychology, selected her as one of Western Pa’s Most Successful Women and Outstanding Woman of the Year 2013-14. Dr. Mramor Kajuth has been interviewed and referenced in many publications including Woman’s Health, Women’s World, Men’s Health, The New York Daily News and The Washington Post.