What do you call a state of hypnosis?
Trance is a state of hypnosis.
1.) Hypnosis is an elaborate form of socially conditioned role play - people become hypnotized because that is their expectation when certain circumstances pertain. 2.) Hypnosis is the deliberate activation of the REM state in an otherwise conscious person. 3.) Hypnosis is a dissociative mental state induced by intense concentration and physical relaxation.
There are two main thoughts about the origins of the use of hypnosis. First off hypnosis is really just getting a person into a certain brainwave, or state of mind. It is a natural state and we are in hypnosis just before we go to sleep, and when we first wake up. Also when we "daydream" we are in a state of hypnosis. So to use that analogy, some say the origins go back to…
Yes, hypnosis is a real phenomenon. People have undergone operations under a state of hypnosis instead of anesthesia without pain. While hypnosis has many benefits it also has drawbacks. For example, false memories have been inadvertantly created through hypnosis that have resulted in some people being accused of things they did not do.
You meet a pyschologist who says she views hypnosis from the social-cognitive perspective what is the best description of what her view of hypnosis would be?
now for my answer...it is possible, you must be skilled in waking hypnosis (yes, there is such a thing), conversational hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming (nlp), inbedded commands, language patterns and indirect hypnosis. He need not be "in hypnosis" as such, just change his "state". Once again I say yes, you can, but you must be skilled...I am a certified hypnotist and an nlp practitioner...I know what I am talking about.
Hypnosis is a state of concentration achieved when the brain suppresses beta wave activity (normal alertness) in favor of increased theta wave activity (the dream state). While in this state, many people find themselves becoming more suggestible, as many of the unconscious filters that monitor dislikes and inhibitions are likewise suppressed. Because of this, clinical hypnosis can be used to treat some psychological disorders such as smoking, overeating and mild depression. Deep meditation, daydreaming, and…
Anyone can be hypnotised if they choose to be hypnotised. Look in your phone book under hypnotists and call one who is labled as a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist - they are the best trained. Yoou can also get hypnosis through online. There are online hypnotherapy practice, bringing hypnosis to the world via the Internet. See the related link.
In the first place if you don't want to be hypnotised you wont be, Hypnosis is a state of hyper suggestibility in which no one can make you do any thing that is against your basic will. In the second place there is at present not a shred of evidence that telepathic hypnosis exists so you wont have to stop any thing.
Dissociation is related to hypnosis in that hypnotic trance also involves a temporarily altered state of consciousness Dissociation was explored and "treated" in the 18th and early 19th centuries through hypnosis, crystal gazing, Ouija boarding, and other parapsychological endeavors. While the effects and benefits of hypnosis are still debated, dissociation (see depersonalization disorder) has yet to find a truly effective cure/treatment.
The first stage iof hypnosis is Induction. It's sometimes characterised by the click of fingers. It's a stimulation of fight or flight response and moves the subject into an altered state. Some good examples are here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swsLU9T1NjA&feature=channel_page Generally a deepening process (getting the subject more deeply into hypnosis) follows - and then therapy or something entertaining in the case of stage hypnosis.
Self hypnosis is the act of telling yourself something is true (or not) and believeing it. Deep meditation is a form of "Free-thinking" or letting yourself think without limitations or distraction. I can see how you can obscure those two but meditation is completely different from hypnosis even though you are in the same state in bolth!
Memories recovered by hypnosis can be accurate or false. To get them accurate, a hypnotized person should realize a sleepwalking state of hypnosis with following age regression. When age regression is achieved and stable, special tests are being applied to make sure that recovering memories are accurate. This procedure can be performed only by a highly qualified hypnotist.
Well, there are different ways. There's zen, which is NOT hypnosis but more like the relaxing state of no mind, similar to hypnosis yet different: http://www.meditationiseasy.com/mCorner/techniques/zen_meditation.htm And then there is the actual hypnosis in when you need to concentrate on one specific item and relax WITH a state of mind: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/hypnotizing-yourself.navId-323315.html Both techniques are relaxing and help clear the mind of internal stress and negative thoughts. Hope this helps your inner self.
Hypnosis is a technique which can be learnt by anyone it can be apply on both men and women. In hypnosis your age and gender never matter, therefore can one can be learn hypnosis. At this time a lot of people are using hypnosis to get rid from their problems such as drinking, smoking or tobacco dipping.