Hypnosis: Pyscho-Philosophical Perspectives and Therapeutic Relevance

By: Renu Sharma & B.M. Palan (Eds.)

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This is an edited volume with selected papers by eminent hypnotherapists and philosophers. The book is divided in three parts. Part I discusses the history and theoretical aspects of hypnosis, mind-body continuum, and consciousness as a key psychological entity in the context of hypnosis. Part II presents elaborate clinical case studies and research papers which bring out specific procedures of hypnosis delineating the principles of trance induction, imagery and suggestions in different medical and psychological problem situations. Finally, Part III offers some Indian philosophical views on consciousness to the scientific community that is faced with a challenge to unravel functioning of consciousness. Hypnosis is a promising field of enquiry and this book can be a good resource for curious aspirants, practicing hypnotherapists, and researchers. Printed Pages: 339.

Title: Hypnosis: Pyscho-Philosophical Perspectives and Therapeutic Relevance

Author Name: Renu Sharma & B.M. Palan (Eds.)

Categories: India, Psychology,

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 2011

ISBN: 8180697274

ISBN 13: 9788180697272

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 701402

Keywords: Hypnosis: Pyscho-Philosophical Perspectives and Therapeutic Relevance Renu Sharma & B.M. Palan (Eds.)