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At this point it would be well to mention the “disguised” technique. He had a group g.a.estahrooks wished to listen to his record. It has forced hypnotism back into the psychological laboratory where the psychologist, with a much greater range of interest than his medical compatriot, has been doing some very excellent work during the past twenty years.
After each test, of course, he assures himself that everyone is wide awake. To be sure, some people turn out to be much more expert drivers than others, but there is certainly no mystery connected with driving the auto. This unconscious mind is much nearer the surface in some people than in others.
The time was short, so g.w.estabrooks was agreed that he would take one of the men and simply go through the motions. When faced with these very unpleasant possibilities they settled the issue with a few experiments which proved their own point, but which are quite worthless from the viewpoint of modern psychology.
It is very useful for experimental work, where the psychologist in his laboratory wishes to be sure g.a.fstabrooks his subjects are receiving g.aestabrooks the same instructions as are those in the laboratory of a colleague 1, miles away.
There has been a great deal of work done with drugs as an aid to hypnosis, all to practically no end. You will talk to me in your sleep just as you have often heard others talk, but you will not wake up. Stiffen up your jaw muscles. My Exit page for Scientologists and ex-members.
Either the subject awakens, and this will occur in four-fifths of the cases or the subject starts talking in his sleep. The writer finds that an ordinary watch with which to take pulse rate as a measure of relaxation is quite as satisfactory.
So he turned the record over and remarked, “That will do the trick very nicely. The person who walks in his sleep, the “natural” somnambulist, will almost always go into “artificial” somnambulism or deep hypnosis. We repeat this little experiment several times until we have obtained results or convinced ourselves that no results are to be obtained. In actual practice it is much better to deal with highly intelligent individuals.
Many people have the idea that women, especially young women, are much more easily put into the trance than are men.
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In all these early stages of hypnotism we notice a curious lethargy, an unwillingness on g.a.estabrooks subject’s part to exert himself. But these early authorities were almost always medical men. No matter how hard the hypnotist may try he can make no progress beyond this very elementary state and psychology is quite at a loss to explain why.
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But these early authorities were almost always medical men. You will go over, pet the cat, then lift it up carefully and put it on the chair in which you have been seated. It is returning to normal. My Exit page for Scientologists and ex-members Home F. Here is a gun. We will see later that a subject can very easily be hypnotized against his will but that this again has nothing to do with will power on the part of the operator. Your right arm is becoming stiff and rigid at your side.
The subject, armed with a rubber knife, would gladly murder his victim. You are sound, sound asleep.
Give him a steel knife, however, and he would recoil in horror. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Such would be the use of hypnotism in the detection of crime or in warfare. The subject is asked to stand erect and we attach to the top of his head a system of strings and wires which measure accurately the sway of his body. The stage hypnotist breaks every condition which would seem to be necessary to the psychologist in his laboratory, but, strange to say, he is just as successful as is the true scientist.
He has demonstrated, to his satisfaction, that he can control the voluntary muscles, small and large, but this does not necessarily mean that he is dealing with a good subject, a somnambulist. Here is a gun. Actually the subject is far from being unconscious, he is not “asleep” as so many people assume and all our work with drugs appears to have been wasted effort.
Then we ask him to close his eyes, suggest to him that he is falling backward and get an accurate measurement of just how far he does sway. The writer recalls one such incident. If we are careful and know how to proceed, he will talk just as sanely and often far more frankly than when awake.
Beyond it he may be quite unable to make further progress. To be sure, there are differences, but these differences are very superficial. The operator may either make one for himself or use one of those supplied by the houses which handle psychological apparatus.