Jignesh V. Prashnani, Ph.D.: studied Psychology at Saradar Patel University and completed Ph.D. at Saurastra University, India. He is a lecturer in Dr. V.R. Godhaniya B.Ed. College, Porbandar , Gujarat , India. He is a member of Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (http://www.hypnosissocietyindia.org). He is a fellow member of Indian Board of Clinical Hypnotherapy (www.ibch.in). His book on Clinical Hypnosis has been published from lap publication, Germany. He has written many books in the field of Psychology. He is involved in the spiritual aspects of healing as a scientific tool in the form of hypnotherapy.
The Modern Hypnosis
There are powers of the mind and the life-force which have not been included in nature's present systemization of mind and life in matter, but are potential and can be brought to bear upon material things and happenings or even brought in and added to the present systematization so as to enlarge the control of mind over our own life and body or to act on the minds, lives, bodies of other or on the movements of cosmic Forces. The modern admission of hypnotism is an example of such a discovery and systematized application.
- Sri Aurobindo - Life Divine. Chapter XXIV