Medical Hypnotherapy can be used alone or in conjunction with other therapeutic modalities and traditional medicine. Hypnosis, a form of Applied Psychology, is an altered state of consciousness in which we make contact with the unconscious mind, a part of one's inner self that has a duty and right to protect you.
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Articles about how and why hypnosis works. Includes information on topics suitable for hypnosis.
The Dangers of Hypnosis
A former hypnotherapist and stage hypnotist on the physical and psychological dangers of hypnosis.
History of Hypnosis
An information site which details the important historical chapters of hypnosis, including Franz Anton Mesmer, James Braid, and Milton H. Erikson.
How Hypnosis Works
Article looks at some popular theories of hypnosis and explores the various ways hypnotists put their art to work, including fixed-gaze induction or eye fixation.
An on-line magazine covering hypnosis and hypnotherapy. Articles and essays contributed by doctors, medical experts and qualified practitioners.
Hypnosis and Hypnotism
A Christian viewpoint on hypnotherapy.
Information about the science of hypnosis, suggestion, and hypnotherapy. In-depth discussion of the latest hypnosis research.
Features hypnosis books, tapes, education, music, and a database of hypnotists worldwide.
Our Hypno Space
Networking site for hypnosis professionals. Includes blogs, photos, videos, and audio sections for members.
Answers questions about use of hypnotism for different conditions.
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