While it's a very subjective thing, there are some elements that the vast majority of us experience when hypnotized.
Yes, no, and maybe are all the answer to this question at the same time. Read on for more!
The number varies from study to study, but the largest study so far arrived at the figure of 71%
A radically different approach to hypnotism using rapport and an informal conversational approach to direct awareness.
Kappas characterized hypnosis as a state of mind - our ideal learning state. Kappasinian therapy is built upon theories of personality development, most respectably the Ericksons' Stages of Development.
It's a fun statistic that I track, but it has no bearing on the results you get.
Yes! Please take the quiz on the Hypnotechs.com site at: https://hypnotechs.com/resources/kappasinian-suggestibility/