Hypnotism Made Simple: Easy Lessons Aching the Lost Secrets of a Mysterious Ancient Art Robert W. Pelton

ISBN: 9781478105688

Published: November 1st 2012

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170 pages


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Hypnotism Made Simple: Easy Lessons Aching the Lost Secrets of a Mysterious Ancient Art  by  Robert W. Pelton

Hypnotism Made Simple: Easy Lessons Aching the Lost Secrets of a Mysterious Ancient Art by Robert W. Pelton
November 1st 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 170 pages | ISBN: 9781478105688 | 10.39 Mb

The mysteries of hypnotism are presented in this easy-lesson format in an attempt to throw important light upon a subject that has too long been misunderstood and ignored. Hypnotism is no longer one of the curiosities of science. It is a mostMoreThe mysteries of hypnotism are presented in this easy-lesson format in an attempt to throw important light upon a subject that has too long been misunderstood and ignored.

Hypnotism is no longer one of the curiosities of science. It is a most important addition to the fields of medicine, psychology, religion, counseling, entertainment, etc. Its also of widespread interest throughout the world -- as well it should -- for it is certainly one of the most remarkable phenomena known to man. For untold centuries the knowledge of how to produce hypnotic sleep was a closely guarded secret. Those who understood it were often considered Gods of a sort and thought to possess supernatural powers. Of course, as we know today, hypnotism is a scientific fact.

Anyone who desires can easily learn it. You, too, will be able to hypnotize others after you study these simple lessons. You will know the proper methods to use in effecting this strange and wonderful control. Anyone can learn to hypnotize with success, some making more rapid progress than others. It all depends on the amount of time you spend studying the proper methods, and how much you put into practice what you have learned. Hypnotism may be defined as a condition of induced sleep brought about by simple methods, during which the subject is insensible to his surroundings.

Yet, the subject is under the control of the hypnotist, who may direct much of his thoughts and behavior by command. If these instructions are carefully followed, hypnotism is harmless and will not hurt anyone at any time. The hypnotic state can be produced with relative ease. The student may find it difficult to believe that the methods outlined here are sufficient to bring it about.

You must first eliminate this idea from your mind, for success with the hypnotic art hypnotism is just this easy. One of the chief marvels of the hypnotic condition is that such simple means will produce such astounding results. You should understand that what another person does with hypnosis, you can do as well.

There is absolutely nothing that anyone has done with this art that you cannot do. You can have just as much control over your subjects as the greatest hypnotist in the world. You can hypnotize just as many at one time -- in fact, you can undertake any feat ever performed by the aid of hypnotism -- and as easily and quickly as any living person. Absolute confidence in yourself is a prerequisite. You must make yourself believe you will succeed. Do not be discouraged if your first attempts fail.

Remember, the best of the professionals often have difficulties in hypnotizing a person who has never been under the influence before. Try to start out, if possible, with a person who has been previously hypnotized. These people are usually easier to induce and this success will give you confidence and experience. You will be amazed at the simplicity of it all, and your enthusiasm will know no bounds. Always bear in mind that appearances mean a great deal. Never let anyone know that you are a beginner. After successfully hypnotizing a few people and this fact becomes known, youll find it much easier to get results.

The mental attitude of the subject is important When he believes you can do it, he will be more susceptible. It is far better to begin with a stranger. He will have much more faith in your abilities than will a friend. Your features should be set firm and stern, yet not to the point of intimidation or hostility. Show no nervousness- be quiet in all actions and always speak in a low, yet firm voice. You cannot fail if you follow these simple methods.



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