Hypnosis refers to a method by which any person may be guided into a state of responsiveness in which psychological and physical changes, beyond normal conscious capability, may be achieved. In other words, hypnotic trance is essentially a state of hyper-suggestibility Inducing a state of high suggestibility by hypnosis, often thinly disguised as relaxation or meditation .

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