Hypnosis was approved by the AMA (American Medical Association) in 1958 as a field of medical study, and, then in 1961, the AMA began recommending that all medical professionals get training in hypnosis.
It is now taught at even the major ivy league schools such as Harvard, Seton Hall, Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, just to name a few, and is used in every branch of the military.
That’s where the field of hypnosis is today.
But, all that technical stuff aside…
Did you know that you go into hypnosis dozens of times a day, without even knowing it. For example, going to sleep at night or coming awake in the morning.
That’s what hypnosis feels very much like – very safe, normal, & natural – mostly aware of everything that is happening. And, actually, you are more in control when you are in hypnosis than when you’re not in hypnosis.
Have you ever been driving your car and daydream a little and miss a turn? That’s another example of hypnosis. And, if a ball rolls out into street, you would automatically “snap to” and put on your brakes.
You also know things through hypnotic learning… For example, finish this popular advertising campaign slogan… “Bounty is the quicker picker _______ (whatter?)”….