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Controversial Hypnosis

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Hypnosis is an alternative state of consciousness, where the


subject will retain the awareness and presence of the hypnotist and the surrounding environment. It’s a state of heighten suggestibility where the subject is more open to suggestions and can access creativity, retrace certain inhibitions, reprogram patterns or work with pain relief.


For the past 200 years, hypnosis has been studied by scientists from around the world. It is believed that hypnosis has been used in one form or another dating back to ancient Egyptian and Greek days, however, the majority of studies have been performed from 1950 to around 1980. Even with proof of benefits, hypnosis continues for some to be a controversial subject. Part of the problem is that for years, hypnosis was the butt of many jokes. For example, it was common to see ‘hypnotists’ on stage, making people walk around clucking and flapping their arms like chickens. With this, hypnosis could not be taken too seriously. Want to know more about hypnosis?

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Another common problem in regards to hypnosis controversy is that people believe when you are hypnotized, you lose control of mind and body. Again, you think of the people being made to perform as chickens or Hollywood movies that show people doing things that they would normally never consider. What we can confirm is that being put into the state of mind of hypnosis in no way makes a person demonstrate anything that would violate his or her ethical, moral, or religious beliefs.

Unfortunately, we have yet another group of people who believe hypnosis is demonic; an evil phenomenon, making them lose control while opening doors to evil spirits. The truth is that hypnosis is nothing more than a restful state of conscious awareness whereby certain behaviors of everyday life manifest in a direct manner. In other words, hypnosis is a state whereby a person reaches better conscious awareness, which then allows the mind to connect to the body better, often leading to the individual making better decisions and feeling better.

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Finally, the last controversy associated with hypnosis is that only a certain type of person can be hypnotized. Again, some of this goes back to the person giving into hypnosis, reaching a different level of conscious. The truth is that most everyone can be hypnotized but not everyone will have the same experience. Some people will be in what they call waking hypnosis, which is when the analytical mind is bypassed while other people allow themselves to drift deeper into sleep. Therefore, it is true that some people are difficult to hypnotize but the belief that only a certain type of person can be hypnotized is simply not true.

Look at the air we breathe. We know it is there, yet we cannot see it or touch it. The same is true with gravity. We know it exists because of how it manifests yet no one is really, capable of describing what it is. Hypnosis is the same – we know it has many wonderful benefits but we also know that with its subjective nature, there will always be those that simply do not believe.

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  1. toto
    September 28, 2009 at 3:56 pm

    I believe hypnosis but something about it is controversial

  2. September 29, 2009 at 9:38 am

    Yea i agree… there are many controversial things about hypnosis…

  3. פנחס זלוטיקמן
    October 4, 2009 at 3:05 am

    of course hypnosis is controversial, but its very interesting also.

  4. October 5, 2009 at 12:41 am

    There is hypnosis master who is really popular in my country. I think everyone could be interested in learning the methods if they’re given the chance, despite the pros and cons. Thanks!

  5. October 10, 2009 at 9:05 pm

    Lol. Hypnosis is a weird thing.. I don’t think it would work on me though. :]

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