Posted: Dec 27, 2013 1:52 pm
by Animavore
Rhubis wrote:"Let me give you one example of my recent work in New York. Patricia was a high-flying business executive who had put off having a child for many years because her career came first. Now the biological clock had clicked in and she desperately wanted a baby, but she could not get pregnant.

There was no physical reason for her infertility, and I soon came to realise that she had simply done a fine job of selfhypnosis, programming her body to reject pregnancy.

I re-hypnotised her to switch that part of her body back on, and within a couple of months she was pregnant and now has twins."


Rhubis wrote:
Its one thing to convince someone that they aren't feeling pain (using hypnosis in place of anesthetic)

I doubt even that to be honest.

Rhubis wrote: but this makes it sound like hypnosis could be used to 'turn off' someones kidneys... This would be one hell of a murder mystery.

Don't give me ideas.