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    Hypnosis Benefits

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    Hypnosis normally involves two people. It can involve somebody considered the hypnotist, and a subject. The hypnotist will tell you to become really relaxed, along with other things that you are feeling, and within 5 minutes you will be in a hypnosis state if you cooperate. Not all people can get be hypnotized though. Some people can in a slight hypnosis state, while others can fall into a highly hypnotized state. In a slight hypnosis state, you are really just relaxed and not focused or have a split consciousness, and don’t necessarily need a hypnotist. You could not be focused on anything, but completely be in control of something. When you are in a high hypnotic state, you have normally have participated in something with a hypnotist and trust him enough to let it happen. It is voluntary and you are still in…

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    INTRODUCTION According to American Psychological Association, hypnosis is a technique used to treat patients by bringing the patient in a state of trance. Through hypnosis, a hypnotist can bring about sensations and psychological behaviors in the person being hypnotized. Hypnosis is widely practiced across the world and has found many important uses as well. This technique is used to treat many mental problems including depression, anxiety, paranoia, etc. Thus it is an important technique.…

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    Hypnosis is a procedure that provides relaxation along with deep concentration and help with attention focus to obtain a higher state of awareness. This is often referred to as a trance. Trance or state of mind allow the participant to block all activities around them and as such requires a trained hypnotist to reap any worthwhile benefits. Since a trained therapist is essential to achieving one's goal, the question becomes how do I find a credible and trained therapist and weed out the shady…

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    Abstract Most people are unfamiliar with hypnosis and believe that it is a mysterious and powerful procedure conducted to control one’s mind. This paper explores the diverse topics of hypnosis developed throughout time by various scientists. The introduction consists of the origin of modern era of hypnosis, and the body of evolution of hypnosis from throughout history to the twenty first century. Studies conducted on this topic by early scientist such as Sigmund Freud, Emile Coue, Ernest…

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    The first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of hypnosis is usually a magician convincing a person to act like a chicken. Hypnosis, however, is a real approach that doctors can use to treat pain, depression, anxiety, phobias, and more. Hypnosis is a state in which a person appears to be under a trance and is extremely concentrated (Brandt, 2012). It is not a new concept. In fact, hypnosis was used by the ancient Egyptians over 2,000 years ago (healing power, 2006). In the 1770s, an…

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    individual hears the word “hypnosis,” they might immediately associate the term with television portrayals of grown men being forced to dance or pretend to be chickens. Countless television portrayals of hypnosis have misconstrued the facts concerning hypnosis, and have served to stigmatize the term in the mainstream media and scientific community. On the contrary, hypnotherapy is practiced by highly trained professionals who do not seek control over subjects, but instead to provide patients…

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    William Li Basic History and Understanding of Hypnosis The implications of hypnosis through entertainment outlets such as television, film and even books have always seem very unrealistic to me. The generic phrases, such as, “At the count of three, you will immediately become a rooster.” And the subject will drop all everything that he/she was doing and started crowing and have their arms flap in the movements of a chicken. This act almost seemed more like a magical trick rather than…

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    How to Quit Drinking Alcohol With Hypnosis In modern culture, it seems like everyone is drinking. Alcohol is embedded in our culture, so drinking too much seems normal. In reality, alcohol can hurt your health, happiness and relationships. If you find yourself drinking more than you meant to, you can quit drinking alcohol with hypnosis. A Growing Issue Alcohol is one of the top three causes of injuries and disease in the world. Over time, it can hurt your liver and kidneys. Worse still,…

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    The Effects of Hypnosis on the Brain Hypnosis, or commonly known as trance, is an altered state of mind in which a person is highly responsive to suggestion. While in trance, a hypnotic subject is focused entirely on certain ideas to the exclude of all others. At one time, the hypnotic effects were widely believed to be an act of trickery or mysticism. However, in recent years, advancement in cognitive science have found hypnosis to be a natural state, grounded in the principle workings of the…

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    Hibah Javed PSYC AND 100 Assignment 3 SUMMARY This short video was about a certain concept called ‘conversational hypnosis’. It was a short experiment showing how a person’s memory can change subconsciously. It starts off with the host saying that there is no acting involved in this ‘experiment.’ Basically, the video host wanted to show how subconscious hypnosis can happen through conversation. A man (Simon Pegg) was instructed a few days before to write what…

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