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Monsters and Magical Sticks: Or, There's No Such Thing as Hypnosis [Paperback]

Steven Heller , Terry Steele
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Although I have been using a form of "hypnosis" for more than fifteen years now, I found this book by Steven Heller and Terry Lee Steele not only illuminating, but intellectually staggering. Read the first page
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