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attracting and holding interest as if by a spell

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Techniques include systems-centered therapy, vocational fantasy, changing core beliefs, psychodynamic uncovering technique, hypnotically enhanced interactive cognitive rehearsal, making the client the counselor, art and voice therapy, reality therapy and choice theory, using stories, memory work with children, dereflection for depression, relationship-centered counseling, assessment, social therapy, olfactory conditioning, screening personality disorders, bibliotherapy, and rational emotive imagery.
"I'm not sure that many of us have found that spacious place where our minds can wander free of technological intrusions, of beeps and buttons and e-mails and tweets," he writes, "but 'Hamlet's BlackBerry' makes the case that we can--or should--find it." Recently, while watching some hypnotically dreadful movie, Harsanyi says he instinctively reached for his BlackBerry to fetch some worthless biographical information about a third-rate actress that would do no more than clog his brain still further.
Hypnotically Enhanced Treatment for Addictions: Alcohol Abuse, Drug Abuse, Gambling, Weight Control, and Smoking Cessation.
The expert found that hypnotically susceptible volunteers were better at perceiving when the right LED flashed first than when the left one did.
Hypnotically enhanced treatment for addictions; alcohol abuse, drug abuse, gambling, weight control, and smoking cessation.
And the hypnotically hopeless John and Edward are pulling in millions of money-spinning phone votes.
Without any hesitation, they have used the great American flag (and your hypnotically induced allegiance to it) to neutralize your opposition to their crimes.
It crawls hypnotically across the screen, eventually striking a dangling pomegranate, the Jewish symbol of righteousness.
And now it has a centerpiece: a new 4-mile loop trail to Brushy Peak's shoulder for big-exhale views of rolling hills, sky, the whole Livermore Valley, and, in the distance, the hypnotically spinning windmills on the Altamont Pass.
On it hypnotically trancey blues, gossamer-light folk and fluid, ambient jazz all combine to create the aural equivalent of floating suspended in luke-warm water.
Clever use of lighting is especially effective, notably whenamale duo encircle and embrace each as a projection of flowing water laps hypnotically at their feet.
His bony fingers were crowded with rings, with onyx, black opals, and rectangles of turquoise, and his vest from India was sewn with dozens of tiny, round mirrors." These hypnotically overwrought descriptions are scattered liberally through the book.
It was dusk and I was alone, but in the distance I could make out a row of figures, silhouetted against the dim glow of the street lamps as they glided hypnotically towards me.
Another pair uses the table as a ballet barre while, in this hypnotically sensuous passage, also managing to resemble horses stroking the ground with their hooves.
Surely they're all obliquely referring to some of us humans and inferring the 'hypnotically deadly'/'resplendent yet venomous' nature of mankind.