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Word: hypnosis

Definition: induced sleeping state; ADJ. hypnotic; V. hypnotize

Sentences Containing 'hypnosis'

After the Collapse of controversial, experimental Santa Ana Art Synthpunk band Zoophilia, Kevin Hermes (Drums), and Kevin Rhea (Vocals) joined with John Cardwell (Guitar), whom they had worked with prior in the SCHS(Santa Claus Hypnosis Show).
After World War I, Hanussen performed a mind reading, muscle reading, and hypnosis act at La Scala in Berlin that catapulted him to stardom.
By this time SecBu have begun a campaign to convince people that the Valorians are not only hostile but have powers of persuasion amounting to hypnosis.
Chapters in the second category include discussions of memories of previous lives supposedly recovered via hypnosis, the Kabbalah, lives of famous charlatans claiming to have been magicians, such as Cagliostro and Aleister Crowley, the hoax perpetrated by Léo Taxil and others that purported to expose Freemasonry as devil worship, theosophist C. W. Leadbeater, the development of occultist cultism around Mount Shasta in Northern California (demonstrated to have a literary basis), and the origins of the mystic trance, with rational explanations for the visions experienced.
Dr Jack Stanley Gibson (1909–2005) was an Irish surgeon remembered for having advocated the use of hypnosis as an alternative to anaesthetics, not only through his surgical practice, but also through popular phonograph records, books, and videotapes.
He achieved his training in directive and clinical hypnosis in France and the United States, and is a certified hypnotherapist of the National Guild of Hypnotherapists (USA).
He is a specialist in altered states of conscience and focuses his research on inconscient material through directive and clinical hypnosis.
His studies of hypnosis and self-suggestion have helped J. Karjalainen in creating his music.
Hypnosis may also be used as a stage tool.
In 1959 briefly went to Hailie Selassie Hospital in Ethiopia as a surgeon, then back to Dublin to take an appointment at Dr Steeven's Hospital. In 1965, Gibson began producing his self hypnosis material in popular media.
Steve Abadie-Rosier is a French clinician and training psychoanalyst, psychotherapist and writer. He specializes in the states of altered consciousness and its center research on unconscious material of man under hypnosis and clinical Directive.Finally, he works regularly as an expert for various international organizations.. Steve Abadie - Rose is also the author of the psychic process, published by the same publisher in June 2009 Research areas.
The trilogy also experiments with film noir conventions, and explores hypnosis and the relationship between reality and unreality.
They put a strange spell-like hypnosis on people so they act like zombies and believe in nothing but the "One Light".

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