Narayan Dutt Shrimali

Practical Hypnotism

This book is a complete study of practical hypnotism. It seeks to explain the science of hypnotism in a simple, straightforward and unambiguous language. The book makes an integral study of the acclaimed ideas and theories of the East. The western thinkers have heavily drawn upon the valuable contemplations of the Indian seers of yore. Having achieved a fine blending of the two strains of scholarship, the book has become a very reliable guide for all types of readership.Dr Shrimali is a widely acknowledged author and his expertise in these fields is beyond any doubt. The readers can immensely benefit from his wide experiences and deep insights. This study is not just academic, but it is equally relevant to all interested sections. The book is enriched with rare discussion of the Indian sadhans and siddhis. In many ways, it brings out the metaphysical findings of ancient Indian seers, and mendicants with firm authority. The study motivates scholars, young and old, to delve deeper into this science for greater accomplishments in life. #v&spublishers
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  • raksubedihas quoted6 years ago
    Human life and the universe are full of known and unknown mysteries. Man is always tempted to rediscover the known mysteries but when he tries to find out the facts about the unknown, many new things come into light.
    As the civilization is advancing rapidly, discovering things related to the unknown have become a happy practice. In fact, human journey has taken a great stride starting with the invention of the wheel until the creation of the computer.
    As a consequence to the latest technological developments hu
  • sushan achhamihas quoted6 years ago
    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 L
  • Brodoghas quoted6 years ago

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