Jimmy Henderson Books

  • Multi Dimensional Perception
  • Multi Dimensional Thinking.
  • In Search of the Oracle.
  • Articles
  • Jimmy Henderson Article Blog
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Jimmy Henderson Books  

Jimmy Henderson is a specialist in human thinking and behaviour and an author of self-development books and articles relating to emotional, psychological and spiritual development. The site contains details of the services he offers plus in-depth insights into his books and articles. The site also contains links for online purchase of the books and facilities for free download of the articles.  


Services offered through JimmyHendersonBooks :

  • Consultations with regard to improving worker motivation, performance, quality and client service.
  • Specialist advisory services on promotion and appointment boards
  • Lecturing, as well as talks on emotional and psychological issues
  • Free talks relating to the content and processes as described in the books
  • Proofreading and editing of manuscripts
  • Dream-interpretation


At present he has numerous published eBooks namely:

Jimmy's Amazon Author Page.

Guides by Jimmy Henderson:

  1. A comprehensive guide to Crisis Counselling. (Amazon eBook Link)
  2. Effective Listening Skills for Counsellors and Care Givers (Amazon eBook Link)
  3. A Guide To Effective Parenting. (Amazon eBook Link)
  4. How to Interpret Dreams. (Amazon eBook Link)
  5. Improving Your Relationships. (Amazon eBook Link)


Books by Jimmy Henderson

  1. In Search of the Oracle: A Book of Spiritual Philosophy. (Amazon eBook Link)
  2. Multi-Dimensional Thinking. (Amazon eBook Link)
  3. Multi-dimensional Perception. (Amazon eBook Link)
  4. Living on the Edge of Darkness. (Amazon eBook Link)


Jimmy Henderson - Articles

Thought provoking articles written by acclaimed author Jimmy Henderson
  • Many beliefs -one reality By Jimmy Henderson FRCWe are daily faced with the paradox of so many different religions and belief systems which all lay claim to the truth. Yet if we accept the idea of a single reality, this paradox can be explained in terms of a metaphor in which, what each of us, either as individuals or groups, see or understand of the world, can be seen to be only different pieces and shades of cloth cut from one universal fabric.Perhaps I can explain this better by also using the analogy of a puzzle. If we present a 3000 piece, complicated cardboard puzzle to a group of small children, due to their immaturity, inexperience and limited ability to reason, it is unlikely that they could ever complete it. However, if we separate the puzzle into much smaller pieces and give each child a section to complete on his or her own,...