More scientific proof for the skeptical.
Despite the many documented cases of people undergoing surgery under hypnosis and without anesthetic, and the many instances of clinical success in the treatment of phobias and other verifiable evidence, there are still some people who “don’t believe in hypnosis”.
When questioned such people often argue that the subjects are just faking. Can you imaging lying on a surgery table while they cut open your abdomen and “faking” the absence of pain?
Anyhow – the following article describes an experiment where scientists have been able to demonstrate measurable and reversible changes in brain function as the result of hypnosis. But then again, maybe the scientists are faking, or the subjects, or perhaps the machine they used to measure brain activity . . . .
Link to the article: Mind Control: Hypnosis offers amnesia clues