I had a young lady a few years back reach out to me to ask if I would consider working with her. She identified as a Wiccan and had been turned down by a number of hypnotists who would not work with her because of, what she claimed was her religion. As someone who is … Continue reading Wiccan Discrimination in Hypnosis
Hypnosis and Learning Human memory performance is determined by factors like mental imagery and cognitive strategies. Since hypnosis involves imaginal processing abilities and attentional abilities, it can greatly influence learning outcomes of learners. Hypnosis may induce imaginal processing and focused attention that may be experienced alongside shifts in brain dynamics. Hypnoteaching is a method of … Continue reading Hypnosis and Learning
Research shows that humans respond differently to hypnotic suggestibility. It has been determined that some people respond to a wide range of hypnotic suggestions while others respond to only a few of these. This area of study has attracted the attention of most scholars and researchers as many of them are trying to examine … Continue reading Hypnosis suggestibility scales
*NOTE: I'm not a huge fan of hypnotic memory recall, but I found an article online that seemed interesting so I wanted to share some info about it. Please don't contact asking if I do this type of work as I do not at this time.* A question on whether a near-death experience (NED) are … Continue reading Are NED memories under hypnosis valid?