Recorded at a group meeting at RippleFest, this session uses the metaphor of a lake to encourage listeners to tap into their highest level, their key mission. Adam Cox steers away from behavioural aspects to focus on identity, using the ripple effect. Enjoy!
Adam Cox has designed this session around building muscle mass - not reducing body fat. He focuses on being resourceful for having the mind-set to succeed, ensuring your protein diet is appropriate, and targeting key muscle groups with exercises 'out of the comfort zone'. And he refers to a useful app to help you get you underway.
Adam Cox is joined by the Director of military recruitment agency, Ex-Mil (https://www.ex-mil.co.uk), Jean-Claude Hedouin, to discuss veteran re-assimilation for Armed Forces Day. They look at some of the key attributes military personnel possess that make them so essential to society and debunk some of the myths and stigmas about ex-military personnel.
For those whose perfectionist approach leads to anxiety, this hypnosis session may offer relief. Many people are very resourceful and resilient, but at the same time get stressed and worried if things can't be just right. If you have a struggle keeping this noble motive in balance, Adam Cox's therapy session could be for you
Adam Cox is joined by Hephzi Pemberton, CEO of the Equality Group and Author of 'The Diversity Playbook', to discuss how the last year has impacted the UK's understanding of inclusion and diversity. They look at how businesses can tackle institutionalised racism in the workplace and what inspired Hephzi to start the Equality Group, in addition to discussing her new book. https://www.equality.group.
Adam Cox talks with Karen Darke, who was paralysed from the waist down at the age of 21. She has since become an adventurer, and a paralympian at the Rio Olympics, and helps others to rise from adversity. A geologist who has developed a learning process to assist human development, she describes it with the analogy of alchemy.
Do you find yourself becoming distracted and irritated by things outside your control? If so, this short episode of The Hypnotist could help you to become less bothered by such things. Adam Cox dwells on developing an ability to deal with extraneous things as they are, without allowing them to build up negative stress inside.
Using the metaphor of community and collaboration within a village, Adam Cox helps with the contrast between the tendency to rush into action and an almost compulsive search for more and more research before taking action - what he describes as analysis paralysis. This session can help people at either end of this spectrum to find a balance.
Adam Cox talks with Doug Vermeeren, who explains the seismic impact Covid has had on the world of work: how self-employment has become a necessity for so many, and how people have grasped the opportunities of remote working to find a new way forward. An entrepreneur coach himself, Doug describes how hundreds of millions have discovered new ways ofworking over the past year.
Adam Cox interviews Carmel Crinnion, an Australian who has discovered real healing powers. Her first spiritual experience was with an after-communion prayer during her Catholic upbringing. As an adult, she started on her own healing journey some 10 years ago; made a spiritual retreat to Macchu Piccu, and experienced a new language of healing. She now runs Sanctum Healing as a transformation coach based in Sydney.