What is the meaning of hypnosis?
hypnosis means to make another being obey you.
The Neodissociation Theory is a theory of hypnosis that was developed by Ernest Hilgard. Hilgard asserted that, during hypnosis, the conscious mind dissociates from what happens during hypnosis. Hilgard also introduced the concept of a "hidden observer" in hypnosis, meaning that part of the mind is aware of what is happening during hypnosis even if the hypnotized individual is not consciously aware of this.
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.
Yes Hypnosis is for real. Some of the hypnosis you see for entertainment is a far stretch from reality. They usually pick extroverts for the show who will 'play along' with the show. The pressure of being on stage and everyone else performing usually ensures compliance. However there are hypnosis techniques which are proven by clinical hypnosis results that are valid, and are very useful in the treatment of some psychological disorders. This is very…
Depends upon your definition of Hypnosis, Mesmer came up with Animal Magnetism (origin of the word mesmerize) but cant really be called hypnosis. Erikson is deemed the father of modern hypnosis methods and thinking. There are many individuals in between the two who have left there mark and helped make hypnosis what it is today