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Practical Hypnotism (प्रैक्टिकल हिप्नोटिज़्म) in Hindi by Dr. Narayandutta Shrimali - Download ebook on Dailyhunt. What is Hypnotism? Does it have the power to achieve the impossible? Is it a negative or a positive science? What are its practical uses?All these and many. Practical Hypnotism - Dr. Narayan Dutt Shrimali. Shrimali. INTRODUCTION. In India hypnotism or the art and science of hypnotism, to be precise, has been a.

Release Date: Hindi Category: Swasthya, Man Aur Shareer. Sanjay Kumar Vishwakarma. Thandaram Bharti. Dinesh Bagul. Ram Rana.

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Prashant P. Mayank Dande. Hari Tiwari. Job You. Akshay Sharma. Vinita Motki. Jaspal Singh Guraya. Akash Sharma. Irfan khan. Rajesh Zarkariya.

Mayank Mahi. Azad Pandey. Pramod Singh Pramod Singh. Sonu Kumar. Paridhi Soni. Srita Deepak. Look at anything whatsoever and you will feel terribly put off by the very brokenness or lack of integrity or sheer incompleteness of things. The kind of society such as we have envisioned to have, eludes us, the structures having gone awry and the fabric grievously missing.

What, one fears, principally accounts for this frightening confusion is the Western impact on India.

For the Indian mode of life has always been contemplative and inwardly, the summum bonum of which was an intuitive grasp of the truth. As part of such contemplation the Indian endeavour has been to delve deep into the dark recesses of the inner self and realise all potential existing in any form and to any degree whatsoever.

No wonder the ancient seers of India chose to overlook the empirical dimensions of the material world and preferred as such to retreat into solitude. Through contemplation they always tried to envision, comprehend and identify the human form gifted to mankind by the Almighty, and discover the potential of the powers that lay embedded in the human body.

They contemplated the elements which brought off the human body in its form. They made a total submission to the Almighty, and went deep into these profound mysteries and elements so that man derived a great measure of happiness and higher powers, and extended his environment to a yet wider canvas.

Conversely, the West remained riveted to the external world. Seldom did it try to seek out answers to the complex questions of body and soul.

The West hardly bothered to know how body and soul came into being, and what all we could do to extend the frontiers of human environment. Instead it remained bogged down merely in the external trappings of customs, modes of living, eating habits and culture and civilization. The West was merely interested in exhibiting its deeds. It was more interested in showing off its superiority.

The Western idea, unmistakably, was that man is what he himself wills to be. Understandably, man, as the argument runs, owes nothing whatsoever to the powers beyond, to the Creator, the Brahma and to the immanent power of soul. It was precisely for this understanding that the West tried to enrich only the external trappings of the human body. Obsessed as it was with only physical comforts and leisurely life, the West brought into existence a whole body of science as also a series of inventions.

The exercise led only to the tilting of the sensualness of the human flesh. When he found himself reduced to narrower concerns, the Western man set out to dominate others, approves the weaker sections and seek fulfilment in founding and extending imperialist empires.

Soon, however, he had had good cause to realise that this entire exercise—the manner as well as the object—ended up in utter futility. For he found that despite possession of empires and extension of materialistic claptrap spiritual peace continued to elude him.

Extending the horizons of science did not ensure any spiritual peace, and without obtaining internal bliss it was futile to pursue any other object. The vast empire, the army of retainers, the comforts and the treasures—each one of these was an exercise in futility, for peace—the peace that passeth understanding— withdrew to a yet distant goal.

Indeed the more one chased the sciences, the more one found exposed to lack of inner solitude. Eventually as West turned its attention to India, it found in this country, startlingly, a society not rich by Western standards and yet distinguished by an innate tranquility. Also a yet remarkable feature of this society as the Western quest found out was its achieved sense of self-fulfilment.

It was this discovery which made West turn its attention to East, particularly India.

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Men from West arrived in this country and set themselves to go deeper into the factors and mysteries which ensured India its fulfilment. They also began to explore the reasons which gave India its inner strength and a pivotal position in the comity of nations, although the people were not at all rich by any material standards.

Now, for the first time, people from the rest of the world realised that peace and tranquility do not stem from the showy outward trappings of civilization. Nor can one have it from high concentration of brutal strength in any form whatsoever.

Peace and tranquility do accrue, but only as part of the imperceptible process of contemplation which must, necessarily, involve an identity of the elements accounting for the physical and spiritual dimensions of man. It was in contemplation of the Indian achievement that the West, for the first time, discovered that the human body has as its basic structure a crucial element which is mind transcending the frontiers of time and space.

In other words, the fact that man is endowed with superior powers can only be attributed to the position that he has in his mind which governs human physique. It is by virtue of this faculty that man laughs, cries, feels and expresses his joy and also gives a shape to such speculations as are not at all rooted in the present. The West which basically believes in materialism sought to locate where and in which part of the human body the element known as mind or the complex known as psyche was rooted.

For this reason scholars of the West drew heavily upon anatomy and dissected the human body to locate, in physical terms, the lodging place of the mind. The object of such scholars was to get hold of the mind. Once they thought they would get hold of it they could hasten its development and succeed in delving deep into the recesses of the soul. However, despite all dissections and investigations, they failed to come across the exact location of the mind. Now they failed to identify even a single complex which resembled the mind or psyche in any form or manner.

But in any case the West felt bound to accept the view that the mind remained embedded in the human body.

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For it was the mind or psyche which governed the functioning of the human body. The entire human body was subordinate to the dictates of the mind. It was by and large the mind which makes man laugh and cry, resent and rejoice and help develop these manifold faculties. It was only after obtaining this realisation that men from West, for the first time, veered around to the view that the mind was second only to the Almighty.

Besides, its peculiar importance stems from the fact that the mind paves the path to reach Godhood, not to speak of the astounding mysteries which have remained unravelled. Science might take centuries to reach the fountain source of all these mysteries. On the contrary, the Indian seers have already unravelled the knots of all the mysteries and have largely identified the factors which make our life as comfortable as it has come to be.

Indeed the power inherent in the mind power is that it can make possible what looks like impossible. Its speed is unrivalled in that it transcends all dimensions of time and space. As the seers and godmen tried to explore the element known as mind or psyche, they were pleasantly surprised to discover that the mind consisted of two segments—the outer mind and the inner mind.

Every minute the outer mind sees, and records our responses to, the physical world and the physical phenomena. At times when it is rendered inactive, for instance, when man falls asleep, the outer mind is left with no particular job. Needless to say while asleep with eyes closed, the outer mind is not exposed to any physical phenomenon outside. At a time when the outer mind is rendered inactive, the inner mind springs into brisk activity. Being active it reaches the higher planes of consciousness and seeks to see such phenomena which it had never seen before.

More often than not, it sees even such incidents or phenomena as had never taken place. This state of being is called dream. In this manner, man sees through his inner self even future events.

It does not entail any difficulty for the inner mind to retreat into the past or peep into the future. At times he views even such events as had never materialised before.

When, however, at a future point he finds the same dream sequence materialising in real life, his surprise knows no bounds. Once in a dream Abraham Lincoln, the U. President, saw that he had been murdered and that his dead body was lying in the White House. The deadbody was covered with a piece of white cloth, and his wife and other members of his family, were mourning his death. In the dream he had seen the assassin and noted that he emerged from a certain room of the White House.

He stopped at a certain place, and then advanced to murder Lincoln who died instantaneously.

The horrid dream woke him up. By the way how come Dave Elman green book is at number 7? The order of appearance is just random here. Frogs into Princess — Richard Bandler. Very good list though especially as many of these books are going up in value. There are too many other, better hypnosis books. Great suggestions. Joseph April 9, at am Guys ….

To please.. Get a little deeper here …. Because even if you can put someone into a trance — you have to have a deep understanding of the mind and body and illness and hypnosis in order to exude the stellar confidence necessary to heal. Hypnoanalytic Techniques by John Watkins. The inventor Parts Therapy. Hypnosis today is severed from the analytic perspective, except in the instance of Boyne, listed above , to the huge detriment.

Trances People Live by Wolinski. This theory of hypnosis is essential — because it is exactly true — and I bet none of you know it!! People are in hypnosis all day constantly.

Symptom Path to Enlightenment by Rossi.Sanket Jain Nayak. By the way how come Dave Elman green book is at number 7? Thank You Regards Kapil Pramanick. Rahul Malik December 7, at It will give us an internal light and we will see the unlit corners of our inner personality. Create a List.

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