From the foreword:
With few exceptions, the published data available on hypnotism is either too weighty with scientific theory, if a serious work, or it contains too much fakery, if stage hypnotic demonstrations are being described. It is this author's purpose to condense the latest and best methods and ideas into easy understandable language, so that the lay person may have before him an easy-to-follow, compact summary of the art.
- The Origin Of Hypnotism
- What Is Hypnotism?
- Who Can Be Hypnotized?
- Who Can Become A Hypnotist?
- The Effect On And How To Awaken A Subject
- Medical Hypnotism
- The Conscious And The Subconscious Mind
- Degrees Of Hypnosis
- Hypnotism By Phonograph Recordings
- How To Hypnotize Others
- Method One
- Method Two
- Method Three
- Method Four
- Mass Hypnosis
- Individual Demonstrations And Tests
- Retrogression Of Memory
- Post-Hypnotic Suggestion
- Hypnotizing At A Distance
- Auto-Suggestion And Self-Hypnosis
- How To Hypnotize Yourself
- Final Comments
- 18 Lessons In Hypnotism
1st edition 1977, 1st digital edition 2016, 40 pages.
word count: 20265 which is equivalent to 81 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Loki Jedi (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Tuesday 10 January, 2017
For a hypnotism rookie like me, this was a good primer with essential fundamentals. Although some parts seem dated, I could learn what's worth many times the small asking price.
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