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Q&A: What is hypnosis? What two theories are used to explain this altered state of consciousness?

November 22, 2010 by relax  
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Question by Marlin Geneva: What is hypnosis? What two theories are used to explain this altered state of consciousness?
What is hypnosis? What two theories are used to explain this altered state of consciousness? What applications of hypnosis have validity? Which don’t? Can everyone learn hypnosis?

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Answer by Lawson
Hypnosis is natural relax state of mind. Hypnosis is physically, mentally, and emotionally relaxing state of body. Hypnosis doesn’t mean sleep, but a state where body is almost at sleep state and mind is completely active

Our brain operates on four different states. These four states of mind determined by the frequency of the electricity (Brain waves) generated by the exchange of chemicals in the neural pathways. Read more about best hypnosis training at

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One Response to “Q&A: What is hypnosis? What two theories are used to explain this altered state of consciousness?”
  1. purplepeace59 says:

    wikipaedia has a good article on the subject, here’s the link. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypnosis#Suggestion

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