Latest Posts About Hypnosis

  • Today’s World

    Nowadays, hypnosis is more and more seen as a powerful tool to achieve personal goals and intra-personal changes, and it…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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  • James Braid

    Dr. James Braid, a respected general surgeon in Manchester, England, went on to become one of the most important people…
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  • Hypnosis As Anesthesia

    On April 12, 1829, Dr. Jules Cloquet was the first surgeon to use Hypnosis to replace anesthesia while performing surgery…
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  • Hypnotism & Hypnotist

    The first person to use the words “Hypnotism” and “Hypnotist” was Etienne de Cuvillers, another student of Mesmer. These names…
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  • Lucid Sleep

    The famous Abbe Faria was also a student of Mesmer. He became famous about the concept of the Lucid Sleep.
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