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Collin had another plan — she made a virtual appointment with her therapist, scheduled a hypnosis session and deleted Twitter from her phone.Managing stress: Company leaders face pressure, burnout just as employees do|Jessica Davies|July 12, 2021|Digiday
Using research from cognitive neuropsychology and hypnosis, our recent paper argues in favor of the latter position, even though this seems to undermine the compelling sense of authorship we have over our consciousness.Is It Time to Give Up on Consciousness as ‘the Ghost in the Machine’?|Peter Halligan|June 17, 2021|Singularity Hub
You might have tried meditation apps and hypnosis and gulped down melatonin or other sleep aids.Matrix 2021: Is Neurotech ‘the One’ That’ll Save Us?|Sean Culligan|April 4, 2021|Ozy
In 1999, NBC’s “Dateline” ran a segment on a Florida obstetrician who used hypnosis on his patients.Marie Mongan, champion of hypnobirthing, dies at 86|Olesia Plokhii|February 11, 2021|Washington Post
In a deposition given under hypnosis two years later, he remembered that he “woke up, saw my death, and looked around.”
In addition, Bleckwenn used hypnosis to try to achieve a similar state.Would Truth Serum Work on James Holmes in the Aurora Shooting Trial?|Kent Sepkowitz|March 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I believe that creativity requires a form of auto-hypnosis in order to work.
It was enough to feel, as one model came down the runway after another, a state of hypnosis coming on.Marc Jacobs' Spring Summer 2013 Show: Walk The Line|Isabel Wilkinson|September 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The government declined her offer to undergo hypnosis to see if she could recall any additional information.
Originally, he endeavoured to reawaken the memory of the sexual trauma by means of the induction of profound hypnosis.The Sexual Life of the Child|Albert Moll
What is meant by rapport in the group may be illustrated by a somewhat similar phenomenon which occurs in hypnosis.Introduction to the Science of Sociology|Robert E. Park
It must be traced in the literature of automatisms, hypnosis, divided personality, and the "subliminal."The Letters of William James, Vol. 1|William James
Repeated advertising of a tooth brush or a box of crackers is mild mental suggestion—hypnosis, if you will.
"Very well," I answered, feeling myself in profound hypnosis.Amazing Grace|Kate Trimble Sharber
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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).