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Increases In Hypnotizability Resulting From A Prolonged Program For Enhancing Personal Growth.

C. Tart
Published 1970 · Psychology

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Hypnotizability, here conceived of as the capacity to allow an altered state of consciousness to develop in a situation of interpersonal trust, was initially reported to be highly stable for a given individual. The present study found significant increases in hypnotizability resulting from participation in a unique, 9-mo. program for enhancing personal maturity, the Esalen Residential Program. These results are congruent with a hypothesis that an ability to develop and use altered states of consciousness is a normal human capacity which is generally inhibited in western culture.
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