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Editorial Reviews. Review. "The most extensive book ever to be published on stage hypnotism. Truly a goldmine of knowledge." --Paul McKenna. About the.
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- The New Encyclopedia of Stage Hypnotism by Ormond McGill | Waterstones
The second half concerns Entertaining With Hypnotism and takes you through some hypnosis shows stage by stage and supplys you with ideas for your own routines. Their is also a section called Hypnotrix - subtle things you can do to convince the partcipant further that they are being hypnotised. This book is excellent, the only things lacking are anything to do with UK stage hypnosis laws which you wouldn't expect in a book written by an American, years ago!
This book is perfect for those that want to add suggestion to their magic and any wanabe Derren Browns I'm sure there's a few lurking on this forum! For anyone wanting more on the history of hypnosis, I recommend 'Hidden Depths' by Robin Wakefield, which also has some useful information about methods of induction in it. Overall, if anyone asked me to recommend a book on stage hypnosis, this is my number one choice.
It's readable, clearly written, the stuff in it does actually work if you peform it correctly. If you are a performer, rather than someone who 'does tricks', then you will find the methods and techniques in this book fairly easy to do. A great book and worth every penny.
I don't accept this and old Ormond knew more about "hypnosis" than anyone alive in my opinion. I think he was an old rogue though and didn't believe half of what he wrote. He is still a hero of mine though and I once spoke to him on the phone to thank him for his teachings.
He said "I am glad it was useful to you". What the "experts" at the Cafe fail to recognize is that Ormond and Arnold Furst both had exceptional clinical backgrounds and both wrote extensively on either side of this topic and to this day BOTH are heralded as two of the greatest "Master Hypnotists" that ever lived Long story short, buy and study everything by Ormond and Arnold or even Jerry Valley for that matter one of Arnold's partners and students and you'll go further than all the experts that have read a couple of books on the topic but NEVER stepped into the pit as it were, and made a real go of it.airtec.gr/images/aplicativo/1512-localizador-de-moviles.php
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That's the biggest thing I loathe about that group over there Unlike the tawdry "how to hypnotise" pamphlets you often seen, the methods in here are the ones used by professionals and they actually work. Although some concepts, like the Hypnodisc, seem very dated and fifties sci-fi, they DO work as they live up to people's expectations about hypnosis that have been implanted via films and television.
There are other good hpynosis books, but this is the starting point. The Royal Road of stage hypnotism. Many of his inductions are a bit too touchy-feely in these litigious times, but there are lots of useful ideas there, including a clear description of the Elman induction.
I will check those out. Deeper and Deeper by Jonathon Chase is a good book also.
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The hypnosis and magic sections are good but there's too much new age mumbo jumbo in it for my liking. The Encyclopedia is a classic though. Has anyone here read Ormond's Stage Mind Reading book?
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And he didn't believe in hypnotism either from the rumblings I have heard! The first section, Mastering Hypnosis, covers the history of the subject together with an extensive description of how to use the power of suggestion. The second section, Entertaining with Hypnotism, describes how to design and perform a modern hypnotic show and includes extracts from some of the most successful and exciting shows ever performed.
Everything is covered, from opening the show to the best ways of advertising. There are also chapters on the business aspects of hypnotism and how to avoid lawsuits. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x Review quote "The most extensive book ever to be published on stage hypnotism. Truly a goldmine of knowledge.
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A continued star of our bestsellers list! Ormond McGill was also a naturalist of prominence, his contributions to entomology and conchology being well known in those fields. Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads.
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