Men of Science Who Have Used Hypnosis

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The man who is famous for his quote “Religion is a defense against the experience of God”, Carl Jung used self- hypnosis to achieve success and clarity. Born in Switzerland in 1875, the young Carl hasd a very vivid imagination and often was mistaken for a recluse. His growing interest in parapsychology led his first ever publication on Occult phenomenon. The word of Jung’s miracle healing spread when a paralyzed woman was cured by him using hypnosis. His greatest contributions to the field of psychology are the concepts that are taken for granted now. He is credited for coining the terms: introvert and extrovert. The world’s acceptance of archetypes has to fully credited to this great man.

 

Regarded as the greatest thinkers of the past century, Sigmund Freud is known as the “Father of Psychoanalysis.” He is credited for the study of dreams with his magnum opus “The Interpretation of Dreams.” Born in Czech Republic, Freud was often compared to great thinkers like Plato and Aquinas. The concepts on juvenile sexuality, unconscious state, and subjugation were polished by him. The foundation for the theory of psychoanalysis was published in 1901 in a book called “the Psychopathology Of Everyday Life.” Awarded with a Goethe Prize for his contribution to the German Literary culture and Psychology, Freud was known to use hypnosis to help in research.

 

Albert Einstein, the man who gave the world the “Theory of Relativity”, was known to use hypnosis every afternoon. It is said that this theory shaped up during one of such sessions. He dismissed the “old Physics” and replaced absolute time with new time which is the speed of light. In the time when speed of time was considered to be relative and time and space absolute, this great mind showed the world the right path. The man also challenged the wave theory of light saying that light could also be viewed as a collection of particles that was carried as distinct quantized packets which led to the quantum revolution.

 

The man who lit the world, Thomas Alva Edison’s greatest achievement was not the incandescent light bulb, but the process he used for his innovations. Edison, apart from being an inventor was also an entrepreneur, psychologists, a darling of the press and an economist. The man is also credited for the production of cement as we know now, the generator and the phonograph. As an inventor, the greatest teaching of Edison is that there are no stupid ideas or wrong ways. For many of the electronic comforts that we enjoy, we owe it all to Edison. The man gave credit to hypnosis for maintaining his positive outlook during adversities.

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Selena D.

Selena D. is a Board Certified Hypnotist, member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, an EFT Practitioner and NLP Certified. She has assisted thousands of individuals as they have discovered their own creative mind powers for personal growth and abundance. While earning a distinguished reputation within the industry, Empowered Hypnosis Wellness Centers has grown to become a full service wellness provider offering Hypnosis, Life Coaching, Reiki and Massage Therapy. Nothing brings Selena greater joy than seeing people change their lives for the better. Selena’s work has been featured in numerous local and national media outlets over the years, including WPIX 11, Fox and NY Post. She continues to maintain an extensive base of loyal clients whose lives, work and relationships have been enriched with her guidance. Norma Lujan, Harper’s Bazaar “Most Fabulous at Any Age 2013” winner is among Selena’s clients. She keeps current on the latest research in the field of mind and body wellness by attending numerous seminars and trainings. She has attended Louise Hay’s workshop on teaching people to love themselves, and T. Harv Ecker’s Millionaire Mind Seminar, his “Train the Trainer” program and received a certificate of completion. Selena has also traveled to California to learn from Billionaire Bill Bartmann about bouncing back from life’s hardships, and attended Excellerated Business School for Entrepreneur’s Money and You seminar. Selena practices what she teaches as she continuously seeks ways to learn and grow through self-improvement.

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