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Q&A: Can a person tell a lie while under hypnosis?

September 8, 2011 by relax  
Filed under Hypnosis Questions & Answers

Question by Jupiter Joanne: Can a person tell a lie while under hypnosis?
I am curious about what a person can and can’t do while under hypnosis.

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Answer by The Ascendent
Well, yes. But, it would most likely be a lie that the person under hypnosis believes to be true. However, a person under hypnosis cannot change the information they produce because they would be making a conscious decision, meaning they are not under hypnosis.

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2 Responses to “Q&A: Can a person tell a lie while under hypnosis?”
  1. Camille says:

    Hypnosis is a very delicate procedure. The person performing it should be careful; the patient can be easily influenced to believe (for example) that s/he was abused. So, in a way, yes. A person being hypnotized can lie, although since they aren’t conscious of it….

  2. Tom R says:

    They sure can, most of the best liars work in at least a light trance.

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