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the induction of a state of consciousness in which a person apparently loses the power of voluntary action and is highly responsive to suggestion or direction. Its use in therapy, typically to recover suppressed memories or to allow modification of behavior by suggestion, has been revived but is still controversial.

•the state of consciousness produced by hypnosis.
Hypnotic induction is the process undertaken by a hypnotist to establish the state or conditions required for hypnosis to occur.

Self-hypnosis is also possible, in which a subject listens to a taped induction or plays the roles of both hypnotist and subject.
Traditional techniques

James Braid in the nineteenth century saw fixing the eyes on a bright object as the key to hypnotic induction. A century later Freud saw fixing the eyes, or listening to a monotonous sound as indirect methods of induction, as opposed to “the direct methods of influence by way of staring or stroking” — all leading however to the same result, the subject’s unconscious concentration on the hypnotist. The swinging watch and intense eye gaze, which are the staples of hypnotic induction in film and television, are not used in reality as they would be distracting rather than focusing.


Hypnotic induction may be defined as whatever is necessary to get a person into the state of trance – a state of increased suggestibility, during which critical faculties are reduced and subjects are more prone to accept the commands and suggestions of the hypnotist.

Theodore X. Barber argued however that techniques of hypnotic induction were merely empty but popularly-expected rituals, inessential for hypnosis to occur: hypnosis on this view is a process of influence, which is only enhanced (or formalized) through expected cultural rituals. Oliver Zangwill pointed out in opposition that, while cultural expectations are important in hypnotic induction, seeing hypnosis only as a conscious process of influence fails to account for such phenomena as posthypnotic amnesia or post-hypnotic suggestion. Evidence of changes in brain activity and mental processes have also been associated experimentally with hypnotic inductions.

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