Hypnosis was initially recognized as one of the gateways to meditation, but Christianity in the Middle Ages condemned it as witchcraft. That condemnation still resonates in the minds of those who are no longer Christians, but who have been influenced by its ideas. Why is Christianity against hypnosis? You will be surprised to know why: this practice leads directly to meditation. Neither the priest nor the Church is needed anymore. Not even God. And that is the big problem.
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