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Date Posted: 10:34:57 02/28/14 Fri
Author: Really (People problems to make money)
Subject: Re: Hypnosis and how it is used in the society
In reply to: Knut Holt 's message, "Hypnosis and how it is used in the society" on 00:28:05 01/05/14 Sun

Preying on people for his own personal gain. Junk medicine made in China

>Hypnosis and Its Role in Society
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>hypnosis,hypnotic,techniques,how
>to,hypnotize,hypnotist,state,mental,therapy,motivation
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>Hypnosis is a mental technique used to bring a person
>into a special state where he can be manipulated
>mentally in a number of ways, both for good and bad
>purposes. The hypnotist can manipulate a person to
>relax him, ease learning, enforce motivation, make him
>believe things, make him obey commands, repress pain,
>make him reveal secrets and much more.
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>By hypnosis the hypnotist produces a hypnotic state in
>an individual and uses this mental state to manipulate
>and control the person. A person in a hypnotic state
>reacts in the following ways:
>
>- He is intensely concentrated on one object or on
>things going on in one specific direction, for example
>the talk of the hypnotist.
>- He senses and remembers very easily what is going on
>in that particular direction.
>- He does not sense other objects or happenings around
>him, unless these other things are particularly
>violent.
>- He believes anything told without assessing it
>logically, and can easily be brought to sense thing
>that are not real.
>- He tends to perform any order without objections,
>unless these orders are strongly opposed to the
>persons most basic moral.
>- He is physically relaxed
>
>A hypnotist can bring a person into a hypnotic state
>by many methods. By most methods the hypnotist will
>use the following general approach:
>
>- He makes the surroundings comfortable with no
>disturbing elements.
>- He brings the person's attention towards himself and
>relax him further by a calm speech, and possibly with
>some soft music or other artistic tools.
>- He shows an object that sticks distinctly out from
>the surroundings. The classical example is a watch in
>a chain, but sometimes the hypnotist only uses his
>hand. The hypnotist commands the person to concentrate
>upon the object.
>- He lets the object make some simple action that is
>repeated for a while, for example lets the watch swing
>back and forth. The hypnotist can also speak calmly
>and comment the action of the object.
>- Then he stops the action and directs the attention
>of the person solely towards his voice.
>- At this point, but sometimes also before, he
>suggests to the person that he feels relaxed, warm or
>have other good feelings.
>
>By now the patient should be in a hypnotic state. A
>good hypnotist will however not use this procedure
>mechanically. He will assess the patient's mental
>state, and prolong or repeat parts of the procedure
>until the hypnosis is effective.
>
>While the patient is under hypnosis the hypnotist can
>direct the attention of the patient in directions
>suitable for his purposes and work on the patient by
>suggestions, stimulations, commands and passing of
>information. When the hypnotist has finished his work,
>the hypnosis is stopped by a distinct signal. The
>person will often be instructed to wake up again when
>he sees or hears the signal.
>
>A professional hypnotist, which typically has a
>healthcare education before being trained in hypnosis,
>can use the hypnotic state for many purposes. He can
>motivate a person for lifestyle changes like cessation
>of substance abuse. He can motivate for results within
>sport or business, and he can ease learning of
>information.
>
>Hypnosis is commonly used to take away pain and to
>bring relaxation. This can be the main purpose, or the
>more comfortable state of the patient can be utilized
>to perform other types of psychological or physical
>treatment.
>
>Hypnosis is used as a psychiatric diagnostic tool. A
>suspected victim of a crime, for example child sexual
>abuse, is sometimes hypnotized to bring forth
>evidence. This method can easily produce false
>evidence, though, caused by suggestions during
>hypnosis. For these purposes the victim and the
>suspected person are often interrogated in a way that
>gives an hypnotic effect, even though it is not called
>hypnosis. Hypnotic techniques for diagnosis and
>investigation are sometimes, and probably more often
>that publicly known, supported by administering of
>drugs that suppress critical thinking and resistance.
>
>The success of political and religious mass movements
>is often due to deliberate use of hypnotic techniques
>towards grand audiences, even though these techniques
>are seldom called hypnosis. These techniques have
>often been developed during a long tradition within
>the political or religious organizations, or
>cooperating ones.
>
>The leaders are deliberately trained in the use of
>these techniques, often in secrecy for the common
>members. Traditionally the techniques are used in the
>education of common followers at courses, schools,
>meetings and arrangements. But at some point in time
>the leaders decide to use the techniques in a grand
>scale in order to turn their organization into a mass
>movement.
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>Knut Holt is an Internet marketer and business
>consultant with a focus on the health field. Please
>see his web-site to find more health information.
>There are also presentations of products to improve
>health, fitness products and also of hobby items.
>
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>This article is free to copy as long as the author's
>link is present.

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