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He observes these individuals who are continually in difficulty when he challenges the group or who are too relaxed to even make an effort. The two techniques we have described up to the present, with their endless variations, represent those most commonly used to induce hypnotism, but there are others.
Where L Ron Hubbard got the idea for the fraud called Dianetics – Estabrooks – HYPNOTISM (c)
But the hysteric on the contrary is generally a very good subject. We reply that the danger is quite imaginary. However, this very neglect on the part of the doctor has turned g.a.estabeooks for the best. We ask his cooperation in a harmless little psychological experiment using some piece of psychological apparatus as a front behind which to work. The record in question was a Swiss yodelling song! He will end eyeclosure and continue somewhat as follows.
It is very easy to get co-operation from a group with one of these records. You are falling sound, sound g.a.estabroojs. Your hands are locked tightly together. However, there may be a real use for this technique after the subject has been hypnotized several times.
But even if he cannot bend his arm, this fact guarantees nothing as to his going deeper. Clasp your hands together firmly, firmly. You are falling backward into my arms. Your hands are locked together. They seem just as surprised as the operator, but undoubtedly there is some very good reason for this state of affairs.
You will talk to me in your sleep just as you have often heard others talk, but you will not wake up. Then he stiffens out the arms of the entire group and dares them to relax the arm muscles. However, we must note that whereas the hypnotist can get this closing of the eyes in ninety per cent of humanity, this does not necessarily mean that he can go any farther with his suggestions.
I am now about to make another test. The truth of yesterday may be false today.
We ran through the tests rapidly right up to hallucinations. You will not wake up until I tell you, then you will wake up quietly and you will always feel fine as a result of these suggestions. Make an effort and put some muscle into those fingers. You will see bj on the table in front of you a very friendly black cat. Some subjects tend to become hysterical, some even show a disposition to go into convulsions and g.a.estabrooms others are difficult to awaken. The writer recalls one bt incident.
He prefers to start with them closed. It is well to bear this stage technique in mind when we consider the real nature of hypnotism in Chapter III. The previous paragraphs also illustrate another very important point in any consideration of hypnotism.
We hypnotize the subject without his realizing what is happening. You are now falling backward into my arms. Keep looking in my eyes. Your right leg is stiff and rigid. The suggestions of the hypnotist have been successful up to this point. You are still walking in your sleep. It cannot be done at least in the present stage of our work. The reader will note a complete absence of many things which popular opinion links with the hypnotist.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here You are falling backward into my arms. No hypnotist, no matter how good, could meet a group of, say, thirty people and hypnotize the lot, unless of course by some weird chance all thirty happened to be good subjects. If we are careful and know how to proceed, he will talk just as sanely and often far more frankly than when awake. The subject could not be hypnotized when he made up his mind to resist, but was quite easily thrown into the trance when he cooperated with the operator.
So the first concept we get of hypnotism is that curious picture of an unconscious mind controlled by the conscious mind of the operator. A high pressure attack which more or less aims at throwing the subject off balance.