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Q&A: hypnosis!!!!!????

June 22, 2011 by relax  
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Question by Gizmom, Frances, Samantha: hypnosis!!!!!????
ok what is it and how does it work
any info will be great any ! and i mean ANY!!!


ok people i just want to know about it. i dont want to do it or anything i just want to learn about it and know like facts. yes possibly i would like to learn how to do it but like not to other people! i woud never make none do anything they would hate or regret. so ya……


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Answer by alex.lane.7
lol only experts with a liscence are allowed to hypnotize people, beginers doing it can be dangerous

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5 Responses to “Q&A: hypnosis!!!!!????”
  1. Brookie says:

    Only professionals can do it and you have to be trained to do it.

  2. words_that_live says:

    It is a form of mind control like many things in life. It is done overtly to a willing but easy patient. I don’t like it but I don’t like a lot of group controls. If you are about to do it with a therapist tell me and I will explain more.

  3. ash_remains says:

    i think its kind of lie
    dont know ,,i dont think that there someone who can make you unaware of what around you and start to dig your past or let you do things arent real
    maybe with some pills ,its possible ,,but just like that ,,i think its crap

  4. The Forgotten One says:

    Only on few people it works and its minipulating the mind

  5. Xystren says:

    How it works is still being debated among professionals. But these are my thoughts from my education and research.

    The mind is divided up in the conscious and subconscious (some also say an unconscious but for my description we can just go with the two)

    The conscious mind is the mind that you know, the “Hey I’m right here, right now!” This is everything that your thinking, and consciously aware of.

    You unconscious mind is the “autopilot” part of your mind. The part that keeps your heart beating, your breathing, and all the other things that you do “without thinking” (eg, walking, running, driving, etc) eg. You don’t need to consciously think when you walk to, Ok, I’m moving my left foot, raise it, move it forward, put it down, shift my weight, move my other foot, etc.. You just think “I want to walk over there” and your subconscious mind takes care of the walking with out you having to “consciously think about each step.”

    For example, “How does your third toe feel?” Odds are, you were consciously thinking about your third toe, but you were always feeling it, it’s just you’ve become aware of it consciously. Your subconscious was always aware of it though, even if you consciously were not.

    Both the conscious and sub-conscious mind work together. The conscious acts as a filter for the subconscious, and the subconscious acts a drive/motivator for the conscious. That’s why it’s hard to break a habit, because it’s initiated on a subconscious level, where the conscious may not even be aware what’s happening. Ask someone that smokes, and they automatically light up when they start talking on the phone, even if they weren’t consciously aware of it.

    So, when someone enters a state of hypnosis, the conscious mind is temporally “by-passed” (and I use that for lack of a better word) and what suggestions are given when someone is in a state of hypnosis go more directly to the subconscious mind, which accepts the suggestions more easily (without the interference or filtering provided by the conscious mind) You could almost consider it giving the “auto-pilot” some direct instructions to follow.

    So when in the state of hypnosis, suggestions that are given, are taken more literally by the subconscious, and are executed on auto-pilot (hence why on a stage show, someone hand just floats up for no reason, or why their butt seems to be stuck to the chair, or their arm is stiff as a board)

    But as I’ve always stated, the subject needs to be willing to participate. Give a suggestion that “doesn’t jive” with the person, and the sub-conscious will reject the suggestion. The conscious mind will pop right back and start it’s filtering duties and also reject the suggestion.

    Hope that helps you out some Frances.


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