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XR500Final
post Feb 10, 2011, 05:08 PM
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I have been researching if hypnosis can totally unlock your mind, and also have been working into the field of Time Dilation Hypnosis. For example a hypnotized woman counted close to 900 objects in only 3 seconds - that is an amazing feat.

Anyways here are the hypnosis files if anyone wants to try them and see if they work for themselves, let me know if you gain a benefit from them.

http://www.onestepcoach.com/hypnosis1-25.html
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post Feb 18, 2011, 03:25 PM
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QUOTE(XR500Final @ Feb 10, 2011, 08:08 PM) *

I have been researching if hypnosis can totally unlock your mind, and also have been working into the field of Time Dilation Hypnosis. For example a hypnotized woman counted close to 900 objects in only 3 seconds - that is an amazing feat.

Anyways here are the hypnosis files if anyone wants to try them and see if they work for themselves, let me know if you gain a benefit from them.

http://www.onestepcoach.com/hypnosis1-25.html
Researching hypnosis? In what way? How long have you been doing this research. Hypnosis, used wisely, can save lives.

I say this from personal experience. In 1964, I used it to help save the life of my daughter. When she was 7, specialists at Sick Children's Hospital, Toronto admitted: We can do nothing more for her. One more bout of pneumonia--she had had 5 bout that winter--could kill her.

Born in 1956, she is now very much alive and, at 53, a great artist.

Take 10 minutes to relax and look at this video of a LIVING WORK OF ART, which Catherine Jean KIng, the daughter of Jean Turner and me created. You will also meet her husband, artist Wayne Adams.

The work began in 1993? I did their wedding--quite a story what happened that day. Now, relax and enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tIkzvloehc
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post Feb 19, 2011, 07:09 PM
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Thats really awesome, I am looking forward to studying the linkage between human potential and hypnosis (rapid learning, improved cognition, improved memory etc etc etc etc) that is my interest - as a tool for improved mental capability.
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post Apr 06, 2011, 07:23 PM
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More information on my use of hypnosis:

http://brainmeta.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=7873&hl=

RECENTLY I WAS LED--and I credit what I call the pneuma factor--TO FIND THE FOLLOWING SITE DEDICATED TO SPREADING INFORMATION ABOUT HYPNOSIS--Very controversial, but, generally speaking, useful.

http://www.hypnothoughts.com/profile/RevLindsayGKing

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Search on cbc.ca/thecurrent past episodes YOU BRAIN ON POLITICS May 5.
and you will find:

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</h4><h1 style="font-size: 24px; padding: 0px; margin: 5px 0px 0px; color: rgb(85, 85, 85);">Your Brain on Politics</h1>The CBC's Neil Morrison brings us a story called Your Brain on Politics. We like to think we make voting decisions based on logical, rational reasoning. But new research suggests that our subconscious reactions to the faces of candidates may play a substantial role in shaping how we vote.

Here is a link to Alex Todorov's work on this subject:http://webscript.princeton.edu/~tlab/demonstrations/

Here is a link to Professor Antonakis research: http://www.hec.unil.ch/jantonakis/
Psychology is now doing the kind of research suggested by pneumatologists, like me, long ago.

Recent research has come up with evidence of phenomena that: The human brain is more than just a mechanism for logical, rational reasoning. It seems that we are pneumatoligical (spiritual) beings who happen to have minds (psyches) and somas (bodies).

Dr. Carl Jung, MD became well known as psychiatrist and colleague of his older mentor, Sigmund Freud.

Sigmund Freud ( a materialist and atheist) expected Jung to succeed him as the leader of the school of psychoanalysis. But in the process of treating patients he, the son of a Swiss minister, became a mystic and spoke of the human ability to "know God" without having to have physical evidence.

Perhaps this new evidence mentioned above will now prompt us to take mysticism seriously.

BTW, here is the famous BBC-TV interview in which Jung was asked if he believed in God. Listen to his response:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ25Ai__FYU
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post Apr 07, 2011, 08:01 PM
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QUOTE(Lindsay @ Apr 06, 2011, 11:23 PM) *
More information on my use of hypnosis:

http://brainmeta.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=7873&hl=

RECENTLY I WAS LED--I credit what I call the pneuma factor--TO FIND THE FOLLOWING SITE DEDICATED TO SPREADING INFORMATION ABOUT HYPNOSIS--Very controversial, but, generally speaking, useful.

http://www.hypnothoughts.com/profile/RevLindsayGKing

IMO, much of life is determined by what we believe to be true, or false, and the choices we make based on this. Einstein was fond of saying: Imagination is more important than knowledge.

THE POWER OF THE IMAGINATION
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WITH A NOD OF RESPECT TO RENE DESCARTES--
Who first said, "I think, therefore, I am..." I wrote:


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I am, therefore, I can imagine;

I can imagine and can think of anything I choose.

I can choose I will be sad,

Or be very, very glad;

Or raving mad and deep down in the blues.

What it will be is up to me,

We do not need to wait and see.

It's win/win now,

When we know how.

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post Dec 01, 2012, 10:48 PM
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Just out of curiosity. What part of the brain is active during hypnotic states? For that matter, what part of the brain is active during prayer and meditation?
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post Jul 02, 2013, 01:11 AM
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For myself I have been making self-hypnosis tapes for several years and do enjoy the benefits of it. Although I do not play them consistently I will on occasion play them in my sleep. My format is as follows.

- I used a professionally made free induction as a leader.
- I follow with whatever it is that I want to work upon.

I find that the results are subtle over time, no massive shift occurs for me. Additionally it seems I must still use repetitive actions to change habits.

Others may see immediate and powerful results.

Subjects I have experimented with :
- Improved memory, focus, and concentration
- Time dilation (work goes SUPER FAST, time off goes SUPER SLOW)
- Improved focus and enthusiasm towards goals and objectives.
- Improved mindset and positive frame of mind.
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post Jul 14, 2013, 08:49 AM
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QUOTE(DragonFistAbysi @ Dec 01, 2012, 10:48 PM) *

Just out of curiosity. What part of the brain is active during hypnotic states? For that matter, what part of the brain is active during prayer and meditation?


Well, the brain regions active during hypnosis vary depending on the certain hypnotic state one is in. For example, some hypnotic states see enhanced activity in the prefrontal cortex and parietal lobe, whereas others show enhanced activity in the occipital and temporal lobes. It really depends on the hypnosis. As for meditation, the vetromedial prefrontal cortex uncupples with the amygdala; this is very beneficial as it may cause one to experience compassion and tranquility. With prayer, the prefrontal cortex is mostly active, but again, many areas are active. For example, there are chemical processes in the brain stem during prayer. I hope that helped answer your question.
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post Jul 17, 2013, 01:35 PM
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interesting theory, let us know if you find any new information!
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post Jul 23, 2013, 08:24 PM
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Hypnosis for peak performance keeps popping up on my radar, so I'm looking forward to learning more about it.

I especially like this, "we are pneumatoligical (spiritual) beings who happen to have minds (psyches) and somas (bodies)."

That's also a quote that keeps popping up in my circle wink.gif

The original link by the TS isn't available anymore (not surprising, considering this is a 2+ year old thread). Maybe his research results is available elsewhere?

Cheers,
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post Apr 17, 2015, 12:01 AM
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Thank you.


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post Nov 12, 2015, 08:46 PM
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thank you.

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post Apr 09, 2016, 01:34 AM
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post Apr 09, 2016, 02:46 PM
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I was wondering about that, thanks.
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post Apr 09, 2016, 07:00 PM
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if our brain 100% inside actived, our mind might collaspe in one or two second or stronger.

However, the cases you mentioned or referred to, is probably could be named brain deep focus-activation, which is the activation of part area of our brains instead of merely mind-energy sustained focusing.

For the assumption of the 100% brain activation, we may need a preparation at the first stage. Hope it helpful for your research.
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i agree with hao hao. I also think that our mind might not "resist" all that power.
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I'm not a Professor, and hope I could provide some suggestive opinions.

1. In my opinion, the mediation is a good habit and tool for the human, especially with the rethinking and look-ahead and foresight planing.

2. Brain waves could be one of the important communication tools in the coming future. I trust our educations and innovations.

3. The Advanced AutoIntelligence (AI) could use the AutoMediation as a backup, and it might be a language or way for the advanced AI communications.
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post Nov 23, 2016, 03:02 PM
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Hello, I have a question on scripts. I am looking into hypnosis and wonder can you use it to bring you to using 100% of your brain and have both hemispheres in sync? Looked on this site and couldn't find any. well I didn't see any anyway.



thank you,



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post Jan 11, 2017, 06:34 AM
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What do you mean by counted 900 objects?
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