Kobayashi Maru!!

Why Kobayashi Maru? Trekkies will perhaps know what’s being referred to - and I recommend Googling it to find out if you are not a Trekkie. But I will say that in the context of a Star Trek storyline it references when Kirk was ‘between the rock and a hard place’…which might also describe where you are now? Because at some point in life we all feel that we are stuck ‘between the rock and a hard place’ and we need help to get unstuck.

Perhaps you have reached a time in your life when suddenly you are just not sure which direction to go, or you feel lost.  Or maybe you have a phobia or past trauma you want to lose so you can get on with your life? If you are struggling with lifes problems or are stuck between the rock and a hard place - then I can help you.

Depending on what your issue is I can use hypnosis, neuro linguistic programming (NLP) or life-stream coaching - or a mix of any of these disciplines to give you a tailored approach that suits you best. And that flexibility extends to when and how we connect because using technology it is possible to work with you even if you are in a distant country. The only limiting factor is that you speak and understand English language.





Kobayashi Maru  Between the rock and a hard place!

Common myths?

There are many common myths about hypnosis and some of these are mentioned on the About You page. But perhaps the biggest myth is:

The Chicken Myth: When you are under hypnosis you may start acting like a chicken or some other embarrassing behaviour!!!

This myth is totally false. Performance Hypnosis is very different from Hypnosis as therapy. When undergoing Hypnosis as therapy you will hear and understand every word spoken and if you wanted to stop you could snap yourself out of trance at will.

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