No: Myths & Misconceptions.

18 Myths About Hypnosis

Myth #7:

A person could be made to do anything or say anything, and is under the hypnotist’s control. They could be made to commit a crime or go against their moral principles.

 

Fact:

In hypnosis a person will not go against his or her moral principles. He will not commit an anti-social act. He has the power to select only the suggestions he is willing to accept. He will reject any improper suggestions. He will never commit a crime or an illegal act.

You cannot be given a suggestion or posthypnotic suggestion to go against your moral principles.

*Disclaimer: Medical, mental health or dental conditions are only treated by the prescription, referral, supervision or direction of the appropriate licensed practitioner of the healing arts as pertaining to Florida Hypnosis Law. Individual results may vary.

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