Clarence J Wenger’s How to be a Hypnotist


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Hypnosis and its phenomological aspects

How to be a Hypnotist is a very hard-to-find book and contains great insight and details on performing Hypnotism. Some of the topics covered are: The subconscious mind, dreams, the trance, magic of the imagination, auto-suggestion, state of consciousness, plus much, much more. Whether you are an experienced hypnotist or just starting to explore the subject we strongly recommend that you read this book.

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The most enigmatic, esoteric secret in the world today is the human mind. Here are some exciting facts to help you understand the mind better. The more you know about the mind, the easier it will be to persuade, convince, control and counsel.

Understanding hypnosis, why it works, how it works and what happens when it does can help you learn to control your own mind. Perhaps the most important phenomenon attendant to hypnosis is hyper-suggestibility. A person need not be in a deep trance to accept suggestions and watching their irresistable acceptance will give you the knowledge of profound wisdom, a power that is latent in you if you can read, remember and reflect.

The resulc.s of two decades of lecturing, demonstrating, compiling, re-experiments, consulting and, finally, culling, are here in a brief yet surprisingly comprehensive eclectic study.

Quite often the question of moral, virtuous intent, honesty and sincerity is connected with the use of hypnosis. The reader will find that the treatment of the subject offers only the continuing search for the perfecting of concepts which lead to truth.


  • Preface
  • What is Hypnosis?
  • The Subconscious Mind: The Unconscious or Subjective Mind
  • Subconscious and Suggestions
  • Sleep — A State of Low Consciousness
  • Memory and Hypnosis
  • Dreams
  • Animal Hypnosis
  • Auto-Suggestion in Hypnosis
  • Imagination in Auto-Suggestion
  • The Magic of Imagination
  • The Trance
  • Drugs
  • Hypnosis in Medicine
  • History
  • How!
  • The Eyes Have It
  • Methodology
  • Techniques Demonstration
  • Hypnosis Procedure for Improvement of Concentration
  • Carotid Artery (Vagus Nerve) Induction
  • Are Only Gifted People Able to Hypnotise?
  • Stages of Hypnosis
  • Stage Fright
  • Subconscious Motivation
  • Understanding the Human Mind
  • Terms — Understanding the terms used in hypnosis and hypnotherapy
  • Hypnotists and Students of Hypnosis
  • Men of Hypnosis
  • In Conclusion

24.5 x 18.5 cm, 60 pages, wire-stitched paperback.


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