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The Hypnotist And The Magician

Author : Christopher Harris
ISBN : 1494955539
Genre : Games
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Master Hypnotist Chris Harris has created a one-of-a-kind guide for the aspiring "street hypnotist" and mental magician. Learn how to hypnotize anybody quick and effortlessly and how to blend your mentalism to make your performances better than you ever thought they could be. Finally a book with hypnosis techniques that work!
Category: Games

The Hypnotist Magician

Author : Reese Kern
ISBN : 1512105732
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When I opened my first hypnosis office I was in my early 20s. I was fresh out of hypnosis trade school, and excited, but more nervous, and you get the point. Anyway, I will never forget my first client. She was a little girl, very nervous, and her parents seemed very at odds with taking their young daughter to see some hypnotist to help her with a problem she'd been having. They had been referred by a mutual acquaintance, but not one I knew very well. I have to tell you I wasn't prepared for a child client. I instantly and intuitively knew that the techniques I'd been taught weren't going to work with this young girl. Getting her to imagine walking down a peaceful path with beautiful sunrays beeming down on her wasn't going to cut it. In highschool I had taken up magic. After graduation I became so mastered in magic that I actually began performing street shows and small venues on the weekends. I actually earned a nice sum of money, which later went to my hypnosis training, but that's another story in itself. The young girl laid down in my comfortable hypnosis chair, her mother sat in one back corner of my office, her father the other, and the look her father gave me caused sweat beeds to deposit on my forehead. It was a small office anyhow and the four bodies didn't help my comfort level. I needed help, but there was none. I couldn't screw this up or else my reputation in this small town would be ruined forever. It was one of those small towns where everybody knew everybody and they talked. Did they ever talk! I decided to do something totally radical. I decided to hypnotize her with a magic trick I figured I could use to hold her attention. When I mentioned a magic trick the little girl's face came alive and her nervousness left instantly. Mind followed. I was comfortable with magic. I had performed in front of live audiences and it was...well...what I did. I took the principles of hypnosis and applied it to the magic trick. I very much so wanted to help the little girl, so I prefaced to her that the hypnosis would come during the magic trick. I gained her confidence in me and thus gained greater confidence in my ability to help her. Something happened. I became a natural hypnotist, forgetting my lack of experience, everything I had thought about myself up to that point, and something inside of me snapped and I became first class instantly. The little girl became hypnotized and entered a deep hypnotic trance and I was able to give her suggestions and they worked. Her life changed after that, and the respect I received from her parents turned into hundreds (if not thousands) of referrals over the years I was in private practice. I have found one of the easiest ways to hypnotize anyone is through the application of magic tricks. In this book I will explain seven magic tricks to you that work well. I'll give you everything you need to know to apply them, including why you should use each one, what you must know upfront, how to do the trick, other applications, frequently asked questions students of mine have asked regarding each trick, and some action keys to help you proactively take charge and use the trick to discover how easy applying magic can be. Many people over the years have asked me, "Why magic tricks?" You'll love it! You'll use it! Grab your copy now!

Mental Magic First Lessons In Mind Reading And Stage Hypnotism With Tricks To Wow Your Family

Author : Anon
ISBN : 9781447491651
Genre : Games & Activities
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This fascinating book provides a comprehensive introduction to mind tricks for the budding hypnotist and mental magician. Illustrated with explanatory black and white drawings and diagrams. This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.
Category: Games & Activities

Successful Hypnotism

Author : Joan Brandon
ISBN : 9781789124965
Genre : Psychology
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Another fascinating volume on hypnotism by Joan Brandon, this time delving into the basic techniques of how to hypnotize, as well as divulging new techniques; advice on using hypnotism with a stage audience; and invaluable methods of hypnotism for medical purposes and administering self-help.
Category: Psychology

Magic Words The Sourcebook Of Hypnosis Patter And Scripts And How To Overcome Hypnotic Difficulties

Author : Richard Nongard
ISBN : 9781257807635
Genre : Self-Help
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Have you ever fumbled for the right words in a difficult or unique situation during hypnotherapy? Wouldn't it be priceless to have a resource that provided you with scripts and patter to solve many problems and unexpected events during hypnosis? Knowing the magic words to use will help you turn any difficulty into an opportunity to really help clients, rather than give up in despair and these patter scripts will make you a better hypnotist. This book goes beyond just a few scripts of patter. This book will actually teach you how to structure hypnosis suggestions, compounding them and making them effective. This is not a script book that gives you start to finish "scriptnosis" scripts to read, but rather teaches you the useful patter to incorporate into your own hypnotherapy sessions; actually helping you to create your own scripts and suggestions.
Category: Self-Help

Psychic Magic Volume One

Author : Ormond McGill
ISBN : 1090993617
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LONG OUT OF PRINT!This is from the classic series on mentalism and psychic magic. These volumes cover just about every aspect of psychic performance. VOLUME ONEContents Include:* Preface* Introduction* Thought Discernment* Telepathic Card Selection* The Hidden Object Test* Improved Muscle Reading* Non-Contact Telepathy* Mental Impulses* Transmitting Images Of Playing Cards* Psychological Locations* Two Grabel Mysteries* Card Clairvoyance* The Cards And Slates27 Pages................................................ABOUT ORMOND MCGILLOrmand McGill (1913-2005) became interested in magic as a child (and was later considered legendary in magic circles), but first studied hypnosis in 1927 while still a teenager. He wrote the seminal Encyclopedia of Genuine Stage Hypnotism (the acknowledged bible of stage hypnotism) in 1947, and continued to teach courses and lecture right up until a few days before his death.He launched his original Spook Show under title "The Great London Hypnotic Seance," touring throughout American West and Midwest and Canada, beginning 1942.From 1947 to 1954, McGill performed hypnotism and magic under the stage name of Dr. Zomb. His "Séance of Wonders" show featured horror-themed routines and costumed assistants typical of the midnight "Spook Shows" which were popular during that era.In addition to his career as a world-traveling magician and stage hypnotist, McGill was also a skilled hypnotherapist and a student of Eastern mysticism. He wrote between twenty-five and forty books (sources disagree on the total), including such titles as Grieve No More Beloved (about his afterlife contact with his deceased wife), Hypnotism and Mysticism in India, and his autobiography, The Amazing Life of Ormond McGill (2005).Eventually, he became known as "The Dean of American Hypnotism" and taught many courses and lectures about Hypnotism right up until his death.

Secular Magic And The Moving Image

Author : Max Sexton
ISBN : 9781501320965
Genre : Social Science
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The power of the moving image to conjure marvelous worlds has usually been to understand it in terms of 'move magic'. On film, a fascination for enchantment and wonder has transmuted older beliefs in the supernatural into secular attractions. But this study is not about the history of special effects or a history of magic. Rather, it attempts to determine the influence and status of secular magic on television within complex modes of delivery before discovering interstices with film. Historically, the overriding concern on television has been for secular magic that informs and empowers rather than a fairytale effect that deceives and mystifies. Yet, shifting notions of the real and the uncertainty associated with the contemporary world has led to television developing many different modes that have become capable of constant hybridization. The dynamic interplay between certainty and indeterminacy is the key to understanding secular magic on television and film and exploring the interstices between them. Sexton ranges from the real-time magic of street performers, such as David Blaine, Criss Angel, and Dynamo, to Penn and Teller's comedy magic, to the hypnotic acts of Derren Brown, before finally visiting the 2006 films The Illusionist and The Prestige. Each example charts how the lack of clear distinctions between reality and illusion in modes of representation and presentation disrupt older theoretical oppositions. Secular Magic and the Moving Image not only re-evaluates questions about modes and styles but raises further questions about entertainment and how the relations between the program maker and the audience resemble those between the conjuror and spectator. By re-thinking these overlapping practices and tensions and the marking of the indeterminacy of reality on media screens, it becomes possible to revise our understanding of inter-medial relations.
Category: Social Science

The New Encyclopedia Of Stage Hypnotism

Author : Ormond McGill
ISBN : 9781845903473
Genre : Psychology
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This phenomenal work by the 'Dean of American Hypnotists' is the most comprehensive text ever to be published on stage hypnotism. It also has widespread therapeutic applications. "A masterwork on Stage Hypnosis" Gil Boyne, President, American Council of Hypnotist Examiners
Category: Psychology

The Last Magician

Author : Janette Hospital
ISBN : 9780702256127
Genre : Fiction
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This superb novel is richly textured and intellectually challenging, a tour de force from our most elegantly seductive writer. The last magician is Charlie, the photographer, who monitors and records everything as he seeks the silent Cat through physical and emotional infernos. Charlie, Cat, Robbie and Catherine shared a childhood summer in a Queensland rainforest. But a death intruded on their charmed circle, binding them to complicity and silence. Decades later, festering memories seep through into the present, in the same way as the desperate underside of a corrupt Sydney breaks through into tidy lives and well-kept streets. The Last Magician was listed in the Weekend Australian Most Notable Books of 1992 and the New York Times Best Books of 1992.
Category: Fiction

Creative Mastery In Hypnosis And Hypnoanalysis

Author : Margot L. Fass
ISBN : 9781317844198
Genre : Psychology
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The scope of Erika Fromm's profound contributions to the clinical and research literature in hypnosis and related areas is reflected in this volume, which consists of chapters written by those who have worked closely with the noted psychologist and/or have been significantly influenced by her. The subject matter presented here ranges from detailed accounts and personal observations relating to Fromm's distinguished career, to some very new and valuable data on the psychophysiological correlates of hypnosis, the phenomenology of self-hypnosis, and an integrative model for short-term therapy. Several extensions of clinical technique for the treatment of trauma and severe psychopathology are also discussed. Professional therapists with an interest in personal growth, self-awareness, and creative mastery, whether or not they already have an interest in hypnosis, will derive significant benefits from this book. Readers who have previously eschewed hypnosis may find that this volume stimulates an interest that enriches their clinical practice and/or research.
Category: Psychology

Magic For Beginners

Author : Walter Brown Gibson
ISBN : 0883910799
Genre : Games & Activities
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Revised with dozens of illustrations complementing this easy-to-understand classic, this guide to magic spans all age groups with tricks that have baffled both children and adults.
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Magic For Fun

Author : Ram Pattabhi
ISBN : 8122303412
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Despite increase in entertainment avenues,magic continues to be a major amusement source.This book has been carefully planned to meet the growing demands of those amateurs who wish to take it up as a hobby.The author himself is a noted magician, hypnotist and a journalist, who has performed over 5000 shows all over the world.The tricks described in this book are carefully selected by him and are harmless and the objects can be easily obtained. Efforts have been made to present this learning-guide with illustrations and step-by-step instructions.Some interesting themes covered in the book include:*Balancing trick*Dissolving coin*Black Magic*Mental magic*Teleportation*English rope trick*Freezing hot water.

The Encyclopedia Of Genuine Stage Hypnotism

Author : Ormond McGill
ISBN : 1578988713
Genre : Psychology
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2010 Reprint of 1947 First Edition. Written for Magicians, this book is a complete explanation of the inner secrets of Stage Hypnotism. The information is presented in a very logical manner by first showing what hypnotism is, and what it can do through actual instruction in how to hypnotize, and then proceeding directly on, into the modus operandi of Stage Hypnotism itself. The little subtleties, insights and techniques that come only from careful research and practical presentation are also given, making this book of the most valuable of its kind for Magicians. Profusely illustrated.
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Author : Carl Sextus
ISBN : STANFORD:24501746230
Genre : Hypnotism
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The Medical Summary

Author : R. H. Andrews
ISBN : UOM:39015070493187
Genre : Medicine
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Edited by R.H. Andrews.
Category: Medicine