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Even recently, researchers were trying to determine whether hypnosis was another altered state of consciousness or the human trait of suggestibility.
This is necessary to facilitate the integrative process because the breathwork session itself involves an altered state of consciousness. Clients need time to return to normalcy before attempting to drive home or return to normal activities.
Across all manner of spiritual tradition, the ability to move from an ordinary into an altered state of consciousness is one of the most valuable skills in magic and religion.
Immediately we went into a skid; I removed my foot from the accelerator and entered an altered state of consciousness. Time stopped, but the car didn't seem to slow down at all.
This result suggests that, compared to the S-group, the G-group and D-Group were not associated with a "major reorganization in pattern structure that is hypothesized by Tart (1975) to be associated with an altered state of consciousness" (Woodside et al., 1997, p.
To the hypnotist's right, a female subject is depicted in a suitably altered state of consciousness. Near the bottom of the cover, Cohen has written his name in small caps in his customary black felt pen.
Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness. Patients entering hospitals, clinics or physician's offices for procedures are in an altered state, which makes them more susceptible to suggestions by health care workers.
(1) Patients present with fever, headache, vomiting, seizures, altered state of consciousness, papilloedema and focal neurological deficits.
Someone at a party describes or demonstrates how pressure on the carotid artery can restrict oxygen flow to the brain, evoking a lightheaded, sometimes erotic, altered state of consciousness.
Fasting shifts body chemistry to effect an altered state of consciousness. In the extreme, the insult to the body via self-flagellation or the hair shirt releases endorphins and produces ecstasy.
This was seen as related to developing an altered state of consciousness (in the healer and often the group and/or patient).
In an altered state of consciousness, such as meditation, ecstatic dance, deep prayer, psychological time stops.