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British BrainWorking Research Society

New Brain Working Research Society launches

The 5th of Jan 2017 saw the launch of BBRS, the British BrainWorking Research Society.  I am extremely proud to be a founder member of the society and look forward to exciting future developments in the field of Neuroscience.   Currently the first major project the society is pursuing is the Read more

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Back in the room – Umm…did you actually leave

Well it was a riveting show wasn’t it!

Did you see the mysterious and scary phenomenon of “Mind Control” revealed on the show?  Errr…It was more like a group of stage managed amateur thespians who were determined to act out their roles in the most realistic way for a tidy sum of money.

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You’re Back In The Room – stage hypnosis antics revealed

Are You Back In The Room?

As I write this the new ITV show You’re Back In The Room is due to grace our screens next Saturday. Already it is causing concern amongst some Clinical Hypnotherapists who feel that it will create negativity towards the therapeutic use of Clinical Hypnosis.

As a professional Clinical Hypnotherapist I do not feel that the programme will negatively affect our profession to any significant degree, however I hope that readers of my blog who are curious about hypnosis will read on to discover why it is so beneficial and why stage hypnosis is not what it appears to be.

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Meditation and Self-Hypnosis

Many people consider meditation is “mumbo jumbo” or “New Agey” and is of no consequence and that hypnosis is a make believe state of mind that doesn’t exist.  In this short article I’d like to explain the basics of meditation and self-hypnosis and why you should use them to enhance your quality of life.

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Hypnosis – Stage – Clinical and Hypno Surgery

Hypnosis has been around since ancient Egytpian times and maybe even earlier.  There is evidence that suggests the Egyptians had “sleep temples” where citizens could go to meditate and enter trance states to resolve problems.  Hieroglyphics found in tombs depicted figure waving hands over others suggesting a form of hypnotic induction.

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