Viewers Think "Hello Stranger" Hypnosis TV show Is Forgertable

Channel 4's hypnotic show Hello Stranger, which joins Derren Brown's Trick of the Mind as the country’s prime time mind programming, explores amnesia hypnosis. Aaron Calvert, who trained in medicine at Nottingham University before he hit the stage as a hypnotist, erased four years of memories and replaced them with images of the couple’s friends. George and Lucy, who run YouTube channel The Juicy Vlog, went on three dates, believing they were single. One of them saw the former couple meet for a “first date.” Viewers thought it looked like the couple recognized each other and were faking the hypnosis in order to gain publicity for their vlogs.

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Forgotten Fortunes Retrieved With Bitcoin Brain Hack Hypnosis​​​​​​​

A few years ago you invested a couple thousand dollars on cryptocurrency, never expecting it would grow into a tidy sum. It seemed like bitcoins could have been a passing internet fad, but you protected your investment with a series of security measures, intricate passwords no cyberpunk could calculate to crack your codes.

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What Happens to the Brain During Hypnosis.

Hypnosis is basically meditation with intent. A person is relaxed into an artificially induced altered state of consciousness. The state resembles sleep but the mind becomes highly focused and responsive to suggestion. Hypnotherapist can use suggestion to explore repressed memories, instill a desire for heathy habits and even reprogram themselves to be open to ideas.

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The Hypnotic History of Hypnotherapy From Dream Temples to NLP and modern day hypnotism. 

Hypnosis is an old practice. Only the word is relatively new. But subconscious programming, meditation with intent, has been around for centuries in the form of prayer, chants, exorcism, animal magnetism, Mesmerism, and natural fatigue.

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