As I mentioned a couple of weeks back now… The new hypnosis podcast is up and running and off to a flying start, generating much discussion on some of these topics:
Are hypnotherapists capable of seeing all sides of their own field? What actually is hypnosis? Why do so many people define hypnosis so differently? Is there such a thing as the subconscious mind? What is the relationship between mesmerism and hypnosis? Are there dangers using regression in hypnosis? Can hypnosis enhance the chances of false memory syndrome? Why is there so much paranormal faff related to hypnosis? Why do some people call it trance? Can it actually make people do things they don’t want to? Are indirect hypnotic language patterns actually any better than direct? Is it good to use scripts with hypnosis?
These questions and more are examined and explored with this podcast, dedicated to thinking critically and casting a sceptical eye over the subject of hypnosis and hypnotherapy. With this podcast I am attempting to examine the evidence, cast out quackery and have as much fun as possible throughout! Those of you that fancy a rip roaring ride into the world of no-nonsense hypnosis exploration, climb on board and hold on tight.
If you visit iTunes and search for Adam Eason Evidence Based Hypnosis in the podcast section, you’ll find me…. However, if I give you the feed, you can listen to all the editions on iTunes or any other podcast software that you use too.
To do that, open your podcast software, click on Subscribe to Podcast. Then in the box that pops up, enter this address:
So get tuned in and do let me have any questions that you may have regarding any of the epidsodes and I’ll be running episodes just answering queries.
Likewise, if you have topics you want covered or explored, as long as they are in some way related to hypnosis and hypnotherapy, then get in touch and I’ll look at what I can do. I am really excited about getting back into the podcasting and look forward to speaking to you there.