Author: Rachel Copelan | Publishing: Bell Publishing Company | Date: 1981 | Format: pdf | Pages: 239 | Language: English | ISBN10: 0517428067
Description: Hypnosis is at last coming into its own after centuries of being dismissed as theatrical magic or the practice of "quacks." Ignorance and superstition have combined to create a veil of mystery obscuring the nature and benefits of this valuable technique. In the past few years, millions of people have seen examples of hypnotic phenomena on prime-time television. There is a tremendous popular curiosity about them and very few books to answer the need. Those books that are available are mainly written for professionals working in the fields of psychology and medicine. The few books that have been written for the layman tend to be limited to the uses and techniques of a decade ago. The purpose of this book is to acquaint both the beginner and professional with most up-to-date methods and uses of hypnosis.
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