complete hypnotism mesmerism mind reading and spritualism how to hypnotize being an exhaustive and practical system of method application and use

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Complete Hypnotism Mesmerism Mind Reading And Spiritualism How To Hypnotize

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Complete Hypnotism Mesmerism Mind Reading And Spiritualism How To Hypnotize

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Complete Hypnosis

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The Classic guide to Hypnosis and Self - Hypnosis.

Complete Hypnotism

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Complete Hypnotism Mesmerism Mind Reading And Spiritualism

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Complete Hypnotism Mesmerism Mind Reading And Spiritualism

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CONTENTS --History of hypnotism--Mesmer--Puysegur--Braid--What is hypnotism?--Theories of hypnotism: 1. Animal magnetism; 2. The Neurosis Theory; 3. Suggestion Theory --How to Hypnotize--Dr. Cocke's method-Dr. Flint's method--The French method at Paris-- At Nancy--The Hindoo silent method--How to wake a subject from hypnotic sleep--Frauds of public hypnotic entertainments. --Amusing experiments--Hypnotizing on the stage--"You can't pull your hands apart!"--Post- hypnotic suggestion--The newsboy, the hunter, and the young man with the rag doll--A whip becomes hot iron--Courting a broom stick--The side-show --The stages of hypnotism--Lethargy-Catalepsy--The somnambulistic stage--Fascination --How the subject feels under hypnotization--Dr. Cocke's experience--Effect of music--Dr. Alfred Warthin's experiments --Self hypnotization--How it may be done--An experience--Accountable for children's crusade--Oriental prophets self- hypnotized --Simulation--Deception in hypnotism very common--Examples of Neuropathic deceit-- Detecting simulation--Professional subjects--How Dr. Luys of the Charity Hospital at Paris was deceived--Impossibility of detecting deception in all cases--Confessions of a professional hypnotic subject --Criminal suggestion--Laboratory crimes--Dr. Cocke's experiments showing criminal suggestion is not possible--Dr. William James' theory--A bad man cannot be made good, why expect to make a good man bad? --Dangers in being hypnotized Condemnation of public performances--A commonsense view--Evidence furnished by Lafontaine; by Dr. Courmelles; by Dr. Hart; by Dr. Cocke--No danger in hypnotism if rightly used by physicians or scientists --Hypnotism in medicine--Anesthesia--Restoring the use of muscles--Hallucination--Bad habits --Hypnotism of animals--Snake charming --A scientific explanation of hypnotism--Dr. Hart's theory --Telepathy and Clairvoyance--Peculiar power in hypnotic state--Experiments--"Phantasms of the living" explained by telepathy --The Confessions of a Medium--Spiritualistic phenomena explained on theory of telepathy-- Interesting statement of Mrs. Piper, the famous medium of the Psychical Research Society

Psychoanalysis In Britain 1893 1913

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Historians and biographers of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, psychology, medicine and culture, even Wikipedia, believe Ernest Jones discovered Freud in 1904 and had become the first English-speaking practitioner of psychoanalysis by 1906. Psychoanalysis in Britain, 1893–1913 offers radically different versions to that monolithic Account propagated by Jones over 70 years ago. Detailed readings of the contemporaneous literature expose the absurdities of Jones’s claim, arguing that he could not have been using psychoanalysis until after he exiled himself to Canada in September 1908. Removing Jones reveals vibrant British cultures of ‘Mind Healing’ which serve as backdrops for widespread interest in Freud. First; the London Psychotherapeutic Society whose volunteer staff of mesmerists, magnetists, hypnotists and spiritualists offered free psycho-therapeutic treatments. Then the wondrous Walford Bodie, who wrought his free ‘miraculous cures,’ on and off the music-hall stage, to adoring and hostile audiences alike. Then the competing religious and spiritual groups actively promoting their own faith healings, often in reaction to fears of Christian Science but often cow-towing to orthodox medical and clerical orthodoxies. From this strange milieu emerged medically qualified practitioners, like Edwin Ash, Betts Taplin, and Douglas Bryan, who embraced hypnotism and psychotherapy. From 1904 British Medical Journals began discussing Freud’s work and by 1908 psychiatrists, working in lunatic asylums, were already testing and applying his theories in the treatment of patients. The medically qualified psychotherapists, who formed the Medical Society for the Study of Suggestive Therapeutics, soon joined with medical members from the Society for Psychical Research in discussing, proselytizing, and practising psychoanalysis. Thus when Jones returned to London, in late summer 1913, there were thriving psychotherapeutic cultures with talk of Freud and psychoanalysis occupying medical journals and conferences. Psychoanalysis in Britain, 1893–1913, with its meticulous research, wide sweep of vision and detailed understanding of the subtle inter-connections between the orthodox and the unorthodox, the lay and the medical, the social and the biographical, as well as the byzantine complexities of British medical politics, will radically alter your understanding of how those early twentieth century ‘Mind Healing’ debates helped shape the ways in which the ‘talking cure’ first started infiltrating our lives.

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