Some hypnotists tell their subjects to "make your mind a blank."
But the experiments of the French hypnotists carry us much further.
Of them all, the hypnotists are the only ones who do not make sweeping claims.
Braid's hypnotic experience differed much from that of hypnotists before and after him.
In every street were hypnotists ready to print permanent memories upon the mind.
Why not send a specially selected group of hypnotists to persuade the Russians to sue for peace?
Some hypnotists "trade down" symptoms by replacing a serious symptom with a minor one, while others just remove the symptom.
They have complained that the hypnotists weren't "good hypnotists" because they couldn't hypnotize them.
My usual answer is that the fault, if there is one, is not with the hypnotists and really not with the subjects.
Hypnotists are much like those who use electricity every day of their lives, but have no idea of the nature of electricity.