Sometimes, fixating on a problem can cause us to be blind to a solution even though it maybe staring us in the face or obvious… Read More »Making Things Disappear – The Troxler Effect
Hypnosis & Your Mind
In the movie The Kings Speech, Geoffrey Rush plays a language therapist to King George VI played by Colin Firth, who has a fixed mental… Read More »Have you ever wondered why it can be so difficult to change a belief or habit?
Can you tell which red circle is larger? While it appears that the red circle on the right (surrounded by smaller blue circles) is larger… Read More »How True is Your Perception? – The Ebbinghaus Illusion
According to the ancient Greek mathematician Pythagoras, three is the first true number and the first number that forms a geometrical figure – the triangle. What… Read More »Pythagoras and the Oracle at Delphi – an Ericksonian-style Teaching Tale
If you’re a convergent thinker, you’d probably make a good investigator. A convergent thinker needs to draw on a number of facts to discover the… Read More »Are You A Convergent or Divergent Thinker?
Milton Erickson once told a story about a horse that wandered into his family’s yard when he was a young man. Even though the horse… Read More »A Teaching Tale from My Voice Will Go With You – Milton Erickson
Hypnosis is not some magic or mumbo-jumbo that is done to you. It’s actually something that you do, naturally. Now this may sound a little confusing. Because how… Read More »Hypnosis 101 or “I can’t be hypnotised.”