Effects of stereotyped nonhypnotic, hypnotic, and posthypnotic
suggestions upon strength, power, and endurance.
Kitano lets the camera linger on figures and spaces, holding shots an extra second or two while his actors (taking their cue from his taciturn manner) move with a stylized awkwardness, as though going through the naturalistic motions under some kind of posthypnotic
suggestions provide the opportunity for future orientation.
Subsequent hypnotic imagery and posthypnotic
suggestion were accompanied by significantly improved control of pain, sitting balance, and diplopia and a return to ambulatory capacity within 2 wks of beginning treatment with hypnosis.
He responded to what amounted to a posthypnotic
Hypnotic phenomena includes Age regression, Age progression, Posthypnotic
suggestion, Negative hallucination, Anaesthesia, Amnesia, Time distortion, Hyper-amnesia, Analgesia, Catalepsy and Dissociation (Battino & South, 2001,p.237; Modlin, 1999; Zahourek, 2002,p.17; Barabasz & Christensen, 2006, p.251; Naish, 2006,pp.33-46).
suggestions for healing and recovery are incorporated and distraction techniques are used to dissociate the patient from the procedure.
This was because in every study we retrieved it would appear that the experimenter who worked with the subject during ESP testing knew whether the subject was hypnotized (or had been, in the case of posthypnotic
Erickson's indirect and seeming humorous descriptions about the efficacy of a series of posthypnotic
suggestions now can be understood a lot better within the context of this new neuroscience reconsolidation-extinction paradigm of "editing out fear memories." One of Erickson's favorite cases, for example, involved an alcoholic patient whose favorite pastime was to go into a bar and ask that "six shots of whiskey" be placed in front of him so that he could have the pleasure of downing them all quickly one right after the other.
Performing desensitization within the trance state is more powerful than nonhypnotic desensitization because the capacity for visualization is enhanced in hypnosis (Deiker & Pollock, 1975; Glick, 1970); because posthypnotic
suggestions can influence the client to make contact with the phobic stimulus in real life (Gibbons et al., 1970); and because information processing in hypnosis is nonsequential, allowing the client to master progressively more difficult items on the hierarchy simultaneously (Spies, 1979).
The individual is dissociated from his/her own experience, unconsciously living out the posthypnotic
suggestions implanted during childhood, at birth, in the womb, or before this life even began.
The fifth phase is posthypnotic
suggestions, or affirmations.