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The last time I wrote on this topic I thought I had concluded what I have to say on this subject.  However there was a very interesting and helpful comment from a guy called Mike Reeves-McMillan

To get up to speed you might like to see the previous blog entries first: 

 https://www.wats-on.net/2008/06/03/some-of-my-christian-friends-do-not-understand-hypnosis/

 and followed by

 https://www.wats-on.net/2008/06/10/some-of-my-christian-friends-think-hypnosis-is-evil-but-why-part-2/

 This weekend just passed I followed Mike’s suggestion and listened  to the interview of Rev Dr Scot Giles by Cal Banyan:

Cal Banyan interview
with Rev Scot Giles

There, encapsulated in one being, is a Medical Hypnotherapist and Clergyman.  He explains a lot about his work with cancer patients and is doing a long term study of intervention outcomes.

Rev Scot is typical of so many preachers in that he hardly needs to have an interviewer – all you have to do is wind him up and let him go.  Fascinating material though particularly the historical background and the reaction to hypnosis of different branches of the church.

Cal Banyan interview
with Rev Scot Giles

So thank you Mike for that great link – Mikes Blog

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