Publisher: Wikibooks 2012
This work will primarily cover the techniques commonly referred to as hypnosis. It will also offer support material, or reference it, such as methods to induce, or reinforce specific mental states (or states of mind) and any attitudes and beliefs that impact the phenomena. It will also include information on techniques or procedures for hypnotic induction and hypnotic suggestion.
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