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  • #91
    EG, this is a science-based and informed discussion group. Discussion of religion and politics is not allowed here.
    If you keep it up we will have to start infracting.
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    • #92
      Hmm, interesting you link to a YouTube video of Derren Brown. Here is a link to what he actually believes about hypnosis.

      I find it interesting that he states quite openly that only some people are 'vulnerable' to hypnosis and he even talks about pain relief.
      I don't think he supports your vision of hypnosis.

      Further, from a link on Derren Brown's page, there is no clear consensus as to a definition of hypnosis which makes one wonder what exactly you think you are doing with your clients. Here is the link: