On the Edge With Andrew Gold
Ep. 23: Hypnotist Chris Hughes Hypnotises Me
Updated: Oct 27, 2020
Chris Hughes is a hypnotist from Oxfordshire who once hypnotised over a million people across 130 countries at once – online. Check out SocialTrance for that on YouTube for that and type his name – Chris Hughes followed by hypnotist into Google to find his wiki page, Twitter account and official website. Chris has also showcased his modern approach to hypnosis across several BBC channels and other prominent TV stations – and what Chris specialises in is hypnotherapy, which uses hypnosis to help people tweak their subconscious.
That is, he’ll cure your phobia of spiders, he’ll help you quit smoking, he’ll help you lose weight. He’s a firm believer that talking is great for talking’s sake and can make you feel better, but hypnosis is the real gem that can cut to the source and sort you out. He has an office on the reputable medical district of Harley Street, and hypnotism is often listed as a potential treatment on the National Health Service.
We talk about how hypnotism works, how it can help people and the ethics around hypnotists using what they’ve learned on members of the opposite sex, or on their children to get them to do their chores. I also ask what pushed him to get into hypnotism, but inexplicably left that bit until the last question.
He watched my exorcism film too on the BBC, and spoke about how exorcism actually works. If you enjoyed that, check out some other interesting recent episodes, like the Coffin Confessor who reveals the secrets of the dead, Bobby Caldwell who accidentally killed his girlfriend and Dr. Tessa Dunlop on flirting and marrying the 12 year old boy her family adopted.