What Is it exactly that people under hypnosis feel like? Is this conjecture even real? Are hypnotized people usually in a different type of space other than the one we are living. You’ve seen movies and cartoons of people being hypnotized and are left wondering if one could really do all these things with a normal state of mind. Hypnotherapy has brought up this big debate where people are left with one big question which is “is hypnosis a real or magical state?”. Now this is as much a debate as the rest which will require you to make your conclusion in relation to whether it is real or not.
In hypnosis there is this special state of stupor called the hypnotic state. Gullibility and improved mind visualization is pretty much involved with hypnosis. Surprisingly, this state involves a number of reality spins such as amnesia and hallucinations. It is weird how people in the state of hypnosis act strangely especially when it comes to identifying and observing things.
the body is under some unintentional reflexes which allows the control of the command one receives. Theorists supporting hypnosis will uncover this theory of hypnosis with the help of results from EEG even though they currently cannot prove it by any means.
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Theorists have tried to emphasis the differences between hypnosis and everything else in real life. Another group of theorists called the none-state theorists have been trying to vehemently dissent the facts that hypnotherapists have been trying to bring. The none-state theorists strongly believe that the terms used in hypnosis have been taken from the field of distorted psychology and are deceiving in the sense that all these involuntary acts of the body are simply usual psychological mind suggestions.
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They also believe that all the occurrences linked to hypnosis are within the usual human capabilities. This means that the things that are done by hypnotized people could equally be done by people who are not cast under any hypnosis therapy. They have brought about different philosophies proving that this phony involuntary body and mind behavior could be explained without the theory of hypnosis being involved. They have tried really hard to proof that there is no such state as hypnosis.
They also try to proof on this by saying that differences in response to hypnotic suggestions are mainly due to the individuals’ expectations, motivations, attitudes or levels of imagination that is involved in the processes and not because of any special states of the mind.
These are just some points that I think could work to the contradiction of this theory of hypnosis. In conclusion, who do you believe is right and who do you think is wrong.