For a few decades now, hypnotism has come to be regarded more as a mainstream scientific-medical concept rather than a mystical-psychic one. Despite the limited understanding of it and uncertainty about what it entails, it is no longer treated with caution but seen as just another treatment option. In some cases, it is even considered as harmless entertainment.
But as happens with anything that is not fully understood, it potentially holds dangers which only knowledge can expose. Without full clarity, both the hypnotist and the hypnotised are walking through an unknown minefield.
Based on insights from “In the Light of Truth”, a published work which offers a comprehensive and complete perspective on life and existence, this talk sheds light not just on hypnotism and other phenomena such as clairvoyance, dreams, etc., but goes further to give a deeper insight into the thinking questions: who am I, where am I from, why am I on earth, ...It is about our inherent need to know, to seek answers.
The event will also include a Q&A session concerning this topic and related concepts.