The Truth About Hypnosis
While hypnosis was deemed medically valid by the American Medical Association in 1958, a precise definition remains sketchy. According to the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) in Bloomingdale, Illinois, entering hypnosis means shifting into an altered state of mind that’s relaxed, focused, and marked by a heightened receptivity to suggestions compatible with a person’s goals and desires.
Does it work for everyone?
According to the ASCH, about 15% of people are highly hypnotizable, 60% are moderately hypnotizable, and about 25% have difficulty being hypnotized. “The greater the person’s capacity for imagination and the more willing she is to enter hypnosis, the greater the chances of success,” says Fred Frankel, M.D., a professor emeritus of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
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