by Dave Elman
Hardcover, 1964, 338 pages
Elman is considered one of the foremost authorities in hypnosis.
He used scientific principles in his research and work with hypnosis
and only trained the most skeptical: medical and dental professionals.
This book is the summation of the Elman theories and techniques.
It was the primary textbook used in his course and has become
a classic work in the literature of Hypnotism.
this major work, Elman strips away the academic and pedantic verbiage
and creates a forceful and dynamic presentation of hypnosis as
a lightinnig-fast and amazingly effective took in a wide range
detailed attention to semantics--voice inflection: and his unique
ability to generate mental expectancy form a background for his
incredible effectiveness with nearly one hundred per cent of his