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  • The Esdaile State

    The Esdaile state has been poorly understood for a very long time. Stage hypnotists didn't know how to handle it, and regular hypnotherapists were afraid of it until Dave Elman found out that it was a profoundly deep euphoric state…
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  • The evolution of hypnotic healing

    Hypnotic healing has been around since the dawn of human civilization, and it is fascinating to look back at its origins and evolution. In Ancient Egypt, priests used hypnotic techniques to treat physical and mental ailments. In Ancient Greece, hypnosis…
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  • Distraction for patients undergoing medical procedures

    VR headsets and hypnosis may help distract patients undergoing medical procedures New research presented at Euroanaesthesia (the annual meeting of the European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care [ESAIC) shows that the use of virtual reality glasses or medical hypnosis…
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  • Science Behind Hypnosis

    The word ‘hypnosis’ has always had a bit of mystique about it. Swinging watches, loss of control, catalepsy, hallucinations – all that kind of thing. It’s a shame that hypnosis has become more widely understood as ‘entertainment’ than as the…
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  • Today’s World

    Nowadays, hypnosis is more and more seen as a powerful tool to achieve personal goals and intra-personal changes, and it is used for a wide variety of therapeutic treatments.
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  • The Second World War

    The psychodynamic treatment of combat neuroses (PTSD) with hypnosis during World War II During the Second World War, hypnosis was widely used in many American army hospitals to treat psychological battle trauma, e.g. anxiety, fears, phobias, and dissociation. The techniques…
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  • Milton Erickson

    He became one of the most famous hypnotherapists of this time. He used self-hypnosis to overcome the pain and stiffness of polio he got when he was young. He actually got polio multiple times. He is also called the inventor…
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  • 1920 Modern Hypnosis

    Stage Hypnotism Dave Elman has a dedicated article about him.
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  • Emile Coué

    Emile Coué, born in 1857, owned his own pharmacy and noticed the strong effects of placebos and positive suggestions. He saw that people seemed to heal faster with positive recommendations. He came to feel that suggestions repeated by the clients…
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  • Sigmund Freud 1885

    Born in 1856 Sigmund Freud was interested in neurology, and went to study in France. At the.end of his period he switched to psychology including hypnosis. In the early years of his private practice he used hypnosis with many of…
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