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In most cases, however, the next step was that the child intervened on the parents’ behalf and the parents were released feeling repentant and/or indebted. Fantasizers’ Experience of Hypnosis Despite being such deep trance subjects, these 19 people scored only just above average (mean ¼ 18) on the Field Inventory and very low on the subgroup of Field Items that reported surprise at hypnotic phenomena. Nine of the 19 described hypnosis as not different than what they experienced in their waking fantasy activity, and the remaining ten found hypnosis mildly different by being somewhat more intense in some aspect but still similar to their other imagery experiences.
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