“You’ve spilt yoghurt down your tie” said Bex, with not as much disbelief in her voice as I’d have liked. “No I haven’t” I said, without even looking down. That kind of denial didn’t even work when I was 6, but I still seemed to cling to the hope that wishing it untrue would make […]
It was a surreal sight to see my name featuring beside Stephen Fry last week, because while I believe that we create the future we expect, I mainly mean that in terms of the state our thoughts of the future put us in, which then tends to cause us to behave in particular ways when […]
The story of Darin McLoud has been a feature of Cognitive Hypnotherapy over the last year because he’s been such a potent symbol of transformation. At forty years old many people pretty much conclude that they are who they’re going to be, and yet he demonstrates that we make a choice about who are every […]
Trevor has been working with the Times columnist Katie Pearson. In this article, published on Tuesday the 18th August 2010, Katie talks about how Cognitive Hypnotherapy is helping her with cancer. Isn’t it a shame that doctor’s don’t go on to investigate these positive ‘abnormalities’?