Self Hypnosis as an Anaesthetic

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By Faith   

Faith
Faith
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Nov 27th, 2008 11:23
Self Hypnosis as an Anaesthetic

In the U.K., BBC News reported in April of this year a man who used self hypnosis during a thumb-related operation. He not only trusted in hypnotherapy, but also self-hypnosis during the operation, taking himself into a trance in less than a minute.

Read the full article at:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/sussex/7355569.stm

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rudy
Rudy
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Apr 17th, 2009 07:50
Re: Self Hypnosis as an Anaesthetic

Hi faith, <p>this can quite easily be achieved with self-hypnosis taught through hypnosis, when in somnambulism, f.e. http://www.omnihypnosis.com/Teaching-Self-Hypnosis.shtm

i havent done this myself yet, but heard and seen good things. Going to somnambulism with fully anaesthetic in 5 seconds....

Jerry Kein calls it the finger-drop technique.
Im sure any therapist here could teach this to somnambulistic clients.

great article.

rudy

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anthonyt
Anthonyt
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Nov 27th, 2010 03:37
Re: Self Hypnosis as an Anaesthetic

Hypnosis for pain control is real, as is Self Hypnosis for such. I have known someone who went through an entire operation without anesthetic,but I would suggest that there are very few people with the strong beliefs that would leave them comfortable doing it.

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