Its a question that everyone asks, because hypnosis a hard thing to understand (and most people are afraid it). Well here’s a really fascinating thing that will make you look at hypnosis in a different way: Read More
I don’t need to tell you that people can absolutely change in a second when put under extreme anxious pressure – I’m sure you can remember your own experiences of this. Decent people can do incredibly bad things when their fear levels reach certain heights and protective mechanisms kick in. Here’s why…
This is a short one, but I just wanted to let you know about a text I just received from a friend. She sums up what most of us probably think, but rarely say.
Years ago I knew this guy who was your typical laddy bloke – extrovert, a loud laugh, confident, fitted in well, played sports, enjoyed banter and going out, got overly excited about new Bond movies – that kind of thing. He met a girl at University, they’re still together, and he became a solicitor. But one late drunken night back then, after some pointless argument about something, he shared a secret with me.
An honest and subtle show that makes you love and hate the characters, whilst pondering your own life and personality traits along the way. Read More
Derren Brown is an extremely talented guy, clearly intelligent and thoughtful, and probably the most prolific person I’m aware of in showbusiness. I wonder sometimes if there are five Derrens made in a superted style factory somewhere, all churning out their multiple live shows, series, paintings and what-not. Read More
Sometimes I think Facebook is ok – it lets people keep in touch, and find each other through connections.
Other times I think its a bad thing – especially when I notice the affect is has on people (also myself, from time to time). Read More
The Hidden Handbrake – often, we’re our own worst enemies. We manage to somehow keep the things we really want just the right distance away so we never actually grab hold of them – whether a career position, goal, creative project or anything else. Why do people do this? Read More
There is always one key factor that pops up again and again, throughout my experiences as a therapist, during conversations with people about psychology, and in my head when quietly observing a person’s “patterns”. Read More