Breakthrough Stanford Study Reveals What Hypnotists Have Long Known – Hypnotic Trance Changes Brain Patterns & Activity

Breakthrough Research: Brain Activity and Hypnotic Trance

It’s the 21st century.

Every other day, there’s news of some fascinating discovery…

Brain implants to reverse paralysis.

Vehicles that can drive themselves.

Facial recognition software for ID confirmation.

It seems like you can’t open a newspaper or browse a news channel without hearing of yet another remarkable breakthrough.

Which is why we were excited about this hypnosis discovery making it into the limelight…

You see, it’s no secret that academics have studied hypnosis and trance phenomena for more than a century.

But despite their best efforts, they were unable figure out what trance was. Was it a state? Was it a trait? Was it a genetic predisposition?

No matter how hard they tried, they couldn’t find an answer. Even with fMRI scanners that measure brain activity.

In fact, scientists concluded that there was no detectable pattern in the brain when someone was in a hypnotic trance.

That was until new research carried out by a team working under the legendary Dr. David Spiegel at the Stanford University School of Medicine got to work to set the record straight.

They published the results of their study in the journal Cerebral Cortex – causing quite the buzz in the hypnosis world because they confirmed what hypnotists have long suspected…

But before we reveal the details of this breakthrough study, let’s take a quick look at Spiegel’s background.

The Son Of A Clinical Hypnosis Expert

David Spiegel, M.D., is professor and associate chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford University.

He’s one of America’s most respected experts in the clinical uses of hypnosis and is the son of the late Herbert Spiegel, M.D., who was also an expert in hypnosis.

Spiegel’s research has frequently focused on two elements: cancer and hypnosis. Back in 1983 he did a study looking at in breast cancer patients using hypnosis.

He found that self-hypnosis exercises as part of a group therapy experience had: “A direct effect in altering the patient’s perception of pain.”

His associations with hypnosis go back even further than that. In 1972, Spiegel underwent shoulder surgery. Following the 3-hour operation, he refused any painkilling medication.

Instead, Spiegel used self-hypnosis to control the pain. Given that he had an incision running from the top to bottom of his shoulder, it’s a safe bet that the pain was considerable.

In addition to his work with cancer, Spiegel has studied how hypnosis can be used in other applications.

These include:

Dr.Spiegel hypnosis research findings

Dr. Spiegel’s links with hypnosis and his credibility are beyond question. However, just like everybody else working in the field, there was still something major he wanted to prove…

He knew what hypnosis was capable of doing, but there was something else he wanted to uncover.

Since hypnosis was a change of state, there must also be some type of change in the brain. And there must be a way of seeing this change too.

In 2016, Spiegel and a team of researchers decided to prove their suspicions.

Spiegel’s Study: Brain Activity And Functional Connectivity Associated With Hypnosis

The purpose of the study was to try to identify changes in brain activity during the hypnotic state.

Through this study, Spiegel and his colleagues discovered that some parts of the brain function differently under hypnosis than during normal consciousness. They also identified brain areas altered during hypnotic trances.

These findings might help explain the intense absorption, lack of self-consciousness and suggestibility that characterize the hypnotic state.

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Interview With A Hypnotist: Meet The Pioneer Behind The World Famous Paraliminal Hypnosis Technology – Dr. Paul Scheele

Meet Dr. Paul Scheele: Pioneer Of Paraliminal Hypnosis

In this month’s interview with a hypnotist, you’ll get to know one of Igor’s personal role models… Dr. Paul Scheele.

You see, it was early in Dr.Scheele’s career that he came to the realization that most people don’t know how to tap into their inner genius.

That as humans, we’re capable of much more than we actually realize.

Given this belief, Dr. Scheele developed Paraliminals, a breakthrough hypnosis audio program that conditions your mind for a variety of positive changes and beneficial effects.

In this fascinating interview, he also explains how to tap the other 90% of the mind and powerful learning strategies to attain real success in today’s ever changing and challenging world.

If you’d like to discover more about Paraliminal Hypnosis Technology and how you can use it to improve all areas of your life, then listen to this powerful interview at HypnosisTraining now…


[ADVANCED GUIDE] How To Master Hypnotic Regression Therapy – Part II: Proven 12 Step Method To Successfully Dissolve Anxiety, Phobias and Traumas, Plus Bonus Video Training

Master Regression Therapy – 12 Step Method To Successfully Dissolve Anxiety, Phobias and Traumas

Imagine being able to knowingly dissolve phobias, trauma and anxiety… and in just 12 steps? To discover the method that’s taught at our hypnosis training seminars, and then see Igor put it into action in a powerful bonus video training – you won’t want to miss Part 2 in our advanced Regression Therapy guide….

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Hypnosis For Weight Loss: A Complete Guide To The 5 Key Reasons People Gain Weight & The Techniques You Can Use to Overcome Them

Hypnosis for weight loss: Your 5-step guide

When it comes to food – as with nearly everything these days – there’s an abundance of choice.

Especially if you live in a big city, the number of restaurants, cafes, fast food joints, snacks stands, grocery stores and markets have never been as high.

It takes tremendous willpower not to give into temptation and indulge whenever hunger strikes – or simply when something looks or smells delicious.

But the thing is, availability is only part of the problem. The issue when it comes to overeating, or eating poorly, goes much deeper.

In fact, there are 5 key areas that need to be addressed when it comes to successfully using hypnosis for weight loss.

In this article, we’re going to take an indepth look at these issues and the hypnosis techniques you can use to overcome each of them.

As this in a comprehensive guide, for ease of use, you can jump to each of the 5 sections by clicking the links below.

However, to get the most out of this guide, we recommend that you don’t cheat and take the time to read it in full!

So put the kettle on, pull up a chair and get ready to discover how you can effectively use hypnosis for weight loss.


How “Feelings Lead To Healing” – Dr. David Spiegel Shares With The Dalai Lama How Self-Hypnosis Relieves Pain & Depression In Cancer Patients


If you haven’t heard of Dr. David Spiegel, let us introduce him…

He’s the Associate Chair of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Director of the Center on Stress and Health, in addition to the Medical Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine.

During his 40 years of clinical research, he’s specialized in psycho-oncology, stress and health, pain control, psychoneuroendocrinology, sleep and psychotherapy for cancer patients.

In this extraordinary video, he shares with the Dalai Lama how self-hypnosis relieves pain and depression in breast cancer patients. He also discusses the role our mind plays in our health.

Watch the video to see His Holiness ponder Dr. Spiegel’s groundbreaking research, and how “feelings lead to healing.”