hypnosis


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a state that resembles sleep but that is induced by suggestion

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Hypnosis is usually defined as an altered state of consciousness where an individual is able to evade certain aspects that are related to reality, tolerate rational discrepancies, experience perceptual and memory distortions as reality and feel a compulsion to follow instructions of the hypnotherapist in an uncritical fashion.1 Hypnotic suggestions are influenced by a subject's trance capability, motivation and relationship with the hypnotist.
Mindworks NLP offers a variety of mind power training courses, including hypnosis, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic programming certification programs), and stage hypnosis training.
Participants were randomly allocated to control and hypnosis arms; 148 were included in the intent-to-treat analysis.
A modern practitioner of mesmerism related how a client can be put in a state of hypnosis or trance without even talking to him/her.
Hidden hypnosis: As hypnosis helps to change the subconscious state, people use hypnosis to change their lives.
susceptible to hypnosis, individuals of average suggestibility, and a third group with low suggestibility.
The Introduction to Hypnosis chapter focuses on the history, myths, and practices of hypnosis.
This guide describes the theories and applications of hypnosis with clients who display dissociation, absorption, fantasy proneness, and imaginative capabilities.
Research on what I call "hypnotic psi" is one of the few consistently active areas of research remaining in contemporary parapsychology Arguably, the revival of interest in using hypnosis to facilitate psi is appealing in psi research circles because it promises a refuge for what appears to be the robust historical association between the two areas.
Now in an updated second edition, Essentials of Hypnosis is a detailed introduction to the field of hypnosis and its use in neuroscience, psychology, and as a treatment tool.
The answer may not be a lack of willpower, says noted Sarasota weight-loss counselor and hypnosis expert Rena Greenberg.
Hypnosis is a medium or modality through which you may become more alert to and focused on your own thoughts and feelings.
Summary: CAIRO - Do you believe in hypnosis? I do and that is why I attended a lecture on Friday at Al-Azhar Conference Hall about it.
Hot Hashes, which affect an estimated 80 percent of women experiencing menopause, may be manageable through hypnosis, according to a study supported by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.