Look Into His Eyes – The Hypnotist, Paul McKenna

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Hypnotist

He started out as a radio presenter, but when Londoner Paul McKenna interviewed a local hypnotist he was hooked. He bought a book and started hypnotizing friends in the pub for a laugh. Fast forward a few decades, and McKenna is a multi-millionaire best-selling author and international celebrity hypnotist. With book titles like I Can Make You Rich and I Can Make You Thin, McKenna says it’s all about reconditioning the mind. ‘I can cure most psychological problems most of the time.’

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  1. Charlea
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    Dear whom this may concern,
    I have a phobia of panic attacks. I got spiked 4 years ago and started having panic attacks all the time and everywhere I went, I was only ever safe with my mum or at home: my phobia developed from being scared of caffiene, sugar working, going out to then being away from home, staying at home alone, being with out my mum, it’s now flying or even thoughts of being with out my mum at all. I won’t even go to my local shops. I’ve tried all therapies and medications and putting myself in the places I fear I’ve tried everything but nothing has worked. The longer it’s left the more I’m scared of everything, the panic attacks rarely happen now but it’s more of a phobia I will have a panic attack. So I won’t do or go anywhere that I think will give me one! The most annoying is in my brain I think il have a panic attack with out my mum being near me so I can’t be away from her incase I have one. I’m 24 and had them since I was 20 after the night I thought I was dying. Before This I was independent and never experienced anxiety or panic attacks or phobias at all. Now I don’t work or even leave the house and I’m even scared to think of doing anything as assoon as think of say going away I bring on a panic attack.
    It’s never been heard of, no one understands and I’ve never met anyone like this .
    Nothing works, it’s like Agoraphobia but different. Basically I have a severe phobia of having a panic attack so I stay away from anything so I won’t have one: can you help me?
    Thanks

  2. Shahinaz
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    Hello,
    I have been reading and listening to Paul MCkenna’s books and programming CDs, he helped me think happier in myself and change my chatter box, he helped walk first 4 miles, he helped me become a writer, he was a way to that. Really amazing way of anchoring and adapting the mind to think happier and boost physique.

  3. Head Talks
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    Hi Alice,

    We are so sorry to hear about your daughter’s head injury and thank you very much for sharing your story. The Havening technique that he discusses is practised by a number of practitioners. There is further information on the http://www.havening.org website OR http://www.hypnotherapy-directory.org.uk. We wish you all the best with her recovery.

    Kind regards,
    Head Talks

  4. Mrs Alice Hope
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    Hi

    I have just watched Paul McKenna’s video who I would like to contact for help with my daughter who is 32 years of age. She suffered a significant head injury in 2012 associated with a fractured skull and intracranial bleed. Her ongoing symptoms have been of significance that it has had an impact on her mood and is suffering with severe depression.
    Please can you help me.

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