Origin of Hypnos
Definition for hypnoses (2 of 2)
noun, plural hyp·no·ses [hip-noh-seez] /hɪpˈnoʊ siz/.
Examples from the Web for hypnoses
Whether this be imaginable or not depends upon each one's own hypnoses.The Book of the Damned|Charles Fort
British Dictionary definitions for hypnoses (1 of 2)
Word Origin for Hypnos
British Dictionary definitions for hypnoses (2 of 2)
noun plural -ses (-siːz)
Medicine definitions for hypnoses
n. pl. hyp•no•ses (-sēz)
Science definitions for hypnoses
Culture definitions for hypnoses
Placing persons in a drowsy, sleeplike state in which they allegedly become vulnerable to the suggestions made by the hypnotist. Hypnosis may also be used to tap into the unconscious and is often characterized by vivid recall of memories and fantasies. These properties make hypnosis a useful tool in psychotherapy. Hypnosis also has sinister implications, for subjects may be manipulated to perform embarrassing actions or be susceptible to carrying out the hypnotist's commands after the hypnosis session (posthypnotic suggestion).