How to Hypnotize

Ever since Franz Anton Mesmer began his work in 1774, people have been entering trance. Some would suggest that the origins of hypnotism go back thousands of years to the ancient Egyptians and Greeks with their healing “sleep temples.” You will find that hypnosis is very easy to achieve using the techniques that will be taught here in Augusta. FYI, here are the signs of hypnosis you will be taught to recognize.

Signs of Hypnosis

According to Dave Elman the following physical indicators may be present in a subject who is in hypnosis:

  • Body warmth
  • Fluttering of the eyelids
  • Increased lacrimation (eyes watering)
  • Reddening of the eyes
  • Eyeballs going up into the head

In addition, these signs may be observed

  • Eyes tracking left and right beneath the eyelids
  • Increased swallowing
  • Deep “hypnotic” sigh