"Go Back in your Mind"

Malcolm, D. F.
February 1956
New Republic;2/20/56, Vol. 134 Issue 8, p18
This article comments on the book "The Search for Bridey Murphy," by Morey Bernstein. This book is about hypnotic age regression. Bernstein believes in reincarnation. To know the usefulness of hypnosis, Bernstein himself became a hypnotist and devoted whatever time he could spare from selling machinery to this useful new hobby. By means of it, he cured a young man of stuttering, made short work of a case of hysterical paralysis, and treated a number of "disturbed cases." Eventually, his extracurricular activities led him to experiments in hypnotic age regression.


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