Brit Hypnotist Plans Mass Online Trance Via Twitter, Facebook!

by VR Sreeraman on  January 1, 2010 at 8:38 AM Lifestyle News   - G J E 4
 Brit Hypnotist Plans Mass Online Trance Via Twitter, Facebook!
A British hypnotist is hoping to create history by attempting the world's largest mass online hypnosis session trance using Facebook and Twitter.

Chris Hughes, a 34-year-old hypnotherapist from Banbury, Oxfordshire, will head the experiment, called Socialtrance, and try to cast a spell over the Internet on January 4 with pure auditory.

"This is the first attempt of its kind to hypnotise people via social networking sites," the Telegraph quoted Hughes as saying.

"I truly believe that everyone can be hypnotised, and people shouldn't be afraid of it. Within a minute of starting the session those listening to me won't be able to see anything, as they'll be put into a deep trance by my voice.

"Social networking sites are a great way to interact with people and I'm hoping that this will open people's eyes to the power of hypnotism. It's all about the power of suggestion, and the affect it can have on the unconscious," he added.

The event will coincide with World Hypnotism Day, and is expected to create a new chapter in the Guinness World Records, the newspaper said.

Source: ANI

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As a qualified hypnotherapist myself I must voice concern over what Chris is going to attempt here. As Chris should know there are certain people that you would not hypnotise if they turned up at your practice.

For example you would not offer hypnosis to people who are feeling depressed or on certain medication, and / or suffering from some other forms of mental health problems.

Carrying out this mass hypnosis experiment is showing a total disregard to safety measure that professional hypnotherapists follow. As a qualified hypnotherapist as Chris claims to be he should know better. This sounds just like a publicity stunt for him to get his name out there to profit from.

Chris there are other ways to make a profit from what you do, but this way is not the way to go


garry50 Saturday, January 2, 2010

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