hypnosis

Magnificent Maestro Mozart Mesmerized To Make Music

Magnificent Maestro Mozart Mesmerized To Make Music

Mozart reportedly used hypnotism to help him create. According to scattered reports, Mozart’s opera “Cosi Fan Tutte” was entirely composed in a hypnotic trance. Some websites claim Mozart studied hypnosis. While this is not true, the controversial musician had a long association with the controversial creator of magnetism, which hypnosis is based on, Anton Mesmer.

Milton Erickson Overcame Handicaps and Controversy to Become a Father of Modern Hypnotherapy

Milton Erickson Overcame Handicaps and Controversy to Become a Father of Modern Hypnotherapy

Milton Erickson overcame two bouts of polio and a debilitating case of dyslexia to become the father of modern hypnotherapy. He broke new ground and changed psychotherapy. Ericksonian hypnosis is considered a more compassionate and permissive form of hypnotherapy than the authoritarian traditional methods. Erickson believed all the necessary resources for healing and transformation could be found in the unconscious.