Who says Hypnosis works?

Through the centuries hypnosis has been venerated and reviled. It wasn’t until 1955 the British Medical Association (BMA) formally recognized that hypnosis had applications in modern medicine. In 1956 the Catholic Pope, Pius XII, stated that hypnosis should be used like any other medical treatment. In 1958, the American Medical Association (AMA) declared hypnosis as a useful medical tool.
Even so, today many medical doctors are reluctant to accept the power of hypnosis. Recently, however, the

Even so, today many medical doctors are reluctant to accept the power of hypnosis. Recently, however, the AMA has accepted the idea that there is a 100% mind-body connection and that many diseases are brought on or cured by the power of the human mind. In fact, Hypnosis can be so effective that Dr. William Kroger, M.D. commented, “Most Psychotherapy looks like Hypnosis in slow motion.”
Today’s acceptance of hypnosis is in stark contrast to the early 1900’s when 90% of the hypnotists were stage hypnotists and 10% were Hypnotherapists. The numbers have come around to the exact opposite; with 10% of today’s hypnotists performing stage hypnosis. However, we ought not to dismiss stage hypnotism as having little or no value. Were it not for the stage hypnotists, the art and science we know today may have become a footnote in a textbook.

Today’s acceptance of hypnosis is in stark contrast to the early 1900’s when 90% of the hypnotists were stage hypnotists and 10% were Hypnotherapists. The numbers have come around to the exact opposite; with 10% of today’s hypnotists performing stage hypnosis. However, we ought not to dismiss stage hypnotism as having little or no value. Were it not for the stage hypnotists, the art and science we know today may have become a footnote in a textbook.

Were it not for the stage hypnotists, the art and science we know today may have become a footnote in a textbook.

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