from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The use of hypnosis in conjunction with psychoanalytic techniques.
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- noun the use of hypnosis in conjunction with psychoanalysis
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However, they are then either diluted or they retain power but are certainly no longer what one would characterize as "hypnoanalysis".
If you find that you suffer from these anxiety attacks or panic attacks, or general feelings of anxiety general anxiety disorder, maybe even for no obvious reason, then hypnoanalysis could be the help you need to free you from this problem.
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Most hypnoanalysis books cover heterohypnosis requiring an operator.
Can anybody recommend hypnoanalysis books/whatever from where a newbie in the area can start?
Some of the processes that have taken hypnoanalysis charactristics for solo runs include The Journey Process by Brandon Bays (a snarfing of core transformation, partial imagined hypermnesia, and time line) and Core Transformation by Connirae Andreas (a very nice take on parts therapy that goes to the heart of the matter).
This will partly depend upon what you mean by hypnoanalysis.
I have seen a few accounts of folks who say they have run full blown hypnoanalysis upon themselves, but I've never experienced that sort of revivification with the ability to also direct the session myself one of the essential characteristics of true regression is to revivify or relive a memory as if it is happening again and not just to remember it.
On one of my asundry email lists regarding the mind, hypnosis, neurolinguistic programming, and the like, there was a query regarding hypnoanalysis.
I understand that you don't wish to take an hypnoanalysis training at this point, but it seems a lot more cost effective to go to a competent practitioner and deal with it at the get-go than to screw around looking for processes to get to causes . . . especially since you may not even need to get to the cause so to speak in order to approach this particular issue, whatever it is.
I tend to group regression and parts processes as well as a few of the gestalt processes now associated with them together into hypnoanalysis as well.