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The Theory and Practice of Hypnotism By William J. Ousby

The Theory and Practice of Hypnotism by William J. Ousby

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Summary

This is a course of instruction in hypnotic and self improvement techniques. Part 1 describes methods of inducing hypnotic trances and the uses to which hypnosis can be put. Part 2 explains the subconcious mind and gives instructions for making contact with it through self-hypnosis.

The Theory and Practice of Hypnotism Summary

The Theory and Practice of Hypnotism by William J. Ousby

Incorporating "Self-hypnosis Through Scientific Self-suggestion", this book provides a course of instruction in hypnotic and self improvement Part 1 describes a variety of different methods of inducing a state of hypnotic trance and includes the uses to which hypnosis can be put. Part 2 explains the subconscious mind and gives instructions for making contact with it through self-hypnosis so that undreamed of energies can be unleashed to increase potential and deal with life's problems.

Table of Contents

Uses of hypnosis; Chereul's pendulum; suggestibility tests; pre-conditions for hypnotizing; hypnotizing by fixed gaze; additional hypnosis techniques; sleep to hypnosis and instantaneous hypnosis; deepening hypnotic state; "informal" hypnosis; hypnotic demonstrations; terminating hypnotic session; post-hypnotic suggestions; self hypnosis; instruction in self hypnosis; hypnosis and health services.

Additional information

GOR011143858
9780722523889
0722523882
The Theory and Practice of Hypnotism by William J. Ousby
Used - Like New
Paperback
HarperCollins Publishers
1996-05-20
192
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The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins

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