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show, they kind of think: next time I’m go­ing to get up, if I knew it was go­ing to be like that, I’m go­ing to get up.”

Any­one can vol­un­teer; how­ever, Hale said peo­ple who did yoga, med­i­ta­tion and other mind tech­niques were the most sus­cep­ti­ble to hyp­no­sis.

“If any­one’s done that, I do find that they’re very good sub­jects be­cause they’ve al­ready got that ex­pe­ri­ence of re­lax­ing their mind,” he said.

Hale de­scribed be­ing un­der hyp­no­sis as a re­lax­ing and dream-like process.

“I ba­si­cally re­lax peo­ple’s mind so much that they start to fo­cus al­most laser-like on to the sug­ges­tion that I give them,” he said. “That lit­tle part of the mind that goes ‘why would I do that?’ or ‘why would this be hap­pen­ing’ is quiet so you fo­cus on a sug­ges­tion so much that it starts to feel real.”

Hale said he was look­ing for­ward to do­ing more shows in the North West this month.

“I love it, it’s just so dif­fer­ent,” he said. “I ac­tu­ally find the au­di­ence are very re­cep­tive. Ev­ery­one’s al­ways up for it.”

“It’s al­ways a lot of fun, I get a great re­sponse when I come up.”

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