HYPNOSIS: Medical, Scientific, or Occultic?

HYPNOSIS: Medical, Scientific, or Occultic? by Martin and Deidre Bobgan examines hypnosis from scientific, historical, and biblical perspectives. Shows that hypnosis is the same whether practiced by benevolent individuals, shamans, or occultists. The difference lies in the depth, which may not be controlled by even the most experienced hypnotist. The book exposes both obvious and hidden dangers. Soft bound, 144 pages.
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Table of Contents

  1.  Hypnotic Origins   
  2.  What is Hypnosis?
  3.  Is Hypnosis a Natural Experience?
  4.  Can the Will Be Violated?
  5.  Induction/Seduction
  6.  Age Regression and Progression
  7   Hypnotic Memory
  8.  Deep Hypnosis
  9.  Hypnosis: Medical, Scientific, or Occultic?
10.  The Bible and Hypnosis
11.  Hypnosis in Unexpected Places (sample chapter - PDF)
12.  Conclusion