Hypnosis Goes Mainstream
by Michael Waldholz – The Wall Street Journal
Major Hospitals use Trances for Fractures, Cancer and Burns, Speeding Surgery Recoveries, etc. Hypnosis, often misunderstood and almost always controversial, is increasingly being employed in mainstream medicine.
Hypnotherapy: The Power of Suggestion
by Andrew Weil
The person in a hypnotic trance is always in control, just as someone who is daydreaming can decide to go on or stop at any time. While the practitioner serves as a teacher or guide, the only person who can hypnotize you is you.
Altered States – Hypnosis and the Brain
By David Noonan – Newsweek
Hypnosis can help with problems from anxiety to pain. How it works, and what it does in the brain. “It’s actually a way of enhancing people’s control, of teaching them how to control aspects ot their body’s function and sensation that they thought they couldn’t”.