Earlier this year, my son Anthony and I released my quit smoking protocol, for hypnotherapists.

This is a method that I have personally used to help more than 20,000 smokers, throughout my time as a hypnotherapist.

Anthony then suggested (well he is a great hypnotist) that I write a book for the public to help them quit smoking, jokingly referred to as the ‘Freddy Carr’ book.

As soon as I started to write the book it was obvious that unless I was to fill the book with interesting but useless facts about tobacco, the chemicals, nicotine, death count, health facts, financial costs and nice cut and pasted quotes from very clever people, the book was not going to be a book but a booklet.

As nice and thick, and clever as a book filled with facts and figures would be, I figured due to my experience in helping thousands of smokers, quit the habit, that the person seeking help to quit smoking doesn’t want to be preached to, or baffled with facts and figures, they just want to be free of the habit, so I chose, to write the book without the fluff and BS.

What emerged was a booklet with everything I would say and do in my quit smoking session. I then recorded an audio hypnotherapy session to accompany the book.

For many years my USP was that I offered a money back guaranteed, with my quit smoking hypnotherapy. Many people asked me why I did this, for me it was a simple explanation and a simple example. Once I had a tap that was dripping and I called out a plumber, and he charged me £90 to fix the tap but when he had finished the tap was still dripping, I was reluctant to pay him for a job he had not successfully completed. I felt the same with my quit smoking hypnotherapy, I wouldn’t take a payment for something I had not done successfully.

With this in mind I decided to create the first Honesty Project for quitting smoking.

The idea being that anyone can subscribe and download the quit smoking booklet and audio session. Read the booklet and listen to the audio and ONLY when they have quit the smoking habit and are free of the need for a cigarette or any other form of smoking (and only if they wanted to, (because I will never know) then pay.

The fees that hypnotherapists charge to help people quit smoking vary vastly, with some charging £500 +.

I concluded that if the quit smoking booklet and audio session was priced at less than a single packet of cigarettes (UK) that would be a fair price to charge, £10.00 was settled on, 50% of which will be donated to children’s Hospice’s.

I am lucky to have met through my hypnotherapy training some wonderful, skilful people around the world, some that I now consider to be my friends.

One of these wonderful people is Felicia J Ursarescu who resides in Rome. I sent the booklet to her because I value her opinion, and she has proof reading skills beyond mine.

Felicia surprised me by translating the booklet into Italian and Romanian.

I asked my Romanian friend and incredible hypnotherapist Eugen Popa, if he would record the audio and he kindly agreed to do so.

I then asked My Italian friend Jay De Bias if he would record the audio in Italian and he also agreed to do it.

Then I approached my Portuguese friend Ricardo Costa and asked him if he would translate the booklet and record the audio, he also agreed to do it.

I was so pleased that my little quit smoking booklet and audio were going to be available in four different languages, that I put a post on Facebook and asked if anyone else would be interested in taking part in the project.

Over night offers to translate and record the audio into more than thirty languages came in.

This meant that the project would be available and understood by Billions of people.

What started out as a quit smoking product that a few people could access and understand, has turned into, what could be the biggest quit smoking project ever.

Some of the translations and audios are still a work in progress.

Below are the language options that are available right now.

Brazilian Portuguese: Contributor: Felipe Gomez: website: https://www.felipegonzalez.com.br

Italian: Contributor: Felicia J Ursarescu: website: https://rivadu.com

Hungarian: Contributor: Hildegard Marton: website: https://praxis-marton.de

Gujarati: Contributor: Priti Rawal: website: https://pearlface.com

Romanian: Contributor: Felicia J Ursarescu: website: https://rivadu.com

American (male Voice): Contributor: Scott Grossberg: website: https://www.thinkingmagically.com

American (Female voice): Contributor: Lori Hammond: website: https://trancypants.com

Irish (Female voice): Contributor: Tracey Kelly: Website: https://tracekelly.com

British: Contributor: Freddy Jacquin: website: https://freddyjacquin.com

Below is the link to the website where you can subscribe and download the booklet and audio hypnotherapy session.

Please share this with all your contacts and let’s see how many people/smokers and children we can help have a happier, healthier life.

If just one person quits smoking because of this project and has a healthier life, then this project has been worthwhile, if millions quit it will be phenomenal.

Thank you



What I learned from a Yogi Master in Kerala, India.

What I learned from a Yogi Master in Kerala, India.

Throughout my career as a Hypnotherapist I have witnessed some incredible, some may say miraculous changes in people.

Clients who had been hooked on drugs such as heroin, cocaine, marijuana, alcohol and nicotine, free of the need for their chosen addiction through the use of hypnosis.

Clients who had been in pain for years, freed of the pain, sometime in a matter of minutes.

Clients who had, had their life blighted and restricted by immobilising fear and panic attacks, freed to live their life to the full.

Obese clients who were slowly killing themselves with food and fizzy drinks, losing their excess weight and returning to a healthy weight and happiness.

All of the above have given me immense satisfaction in the work that I have done utilising hypnosis as an agent of change.

This month my son Anthony and I travelled to India to teach our Hypnotherapy methods and techniques. We arrived in Hyderabad, to be greeted off the plane with a bunch of flowers for each of us. The kindness and respect for our teachings continued throughout our time in Hyderabad where we shared our methods with more than 100 students. There were many Doctors, Dentist and alternative therapists present in the class.

Anthony and I then flew to Kochi in Kerala one of the most southerly cities on the Indian continent. There are no words to describe what a wonderful place Kerala is, or the natural kindness of the Keralites that we have had the pleasure of meeting.

Once again, our course was attended by many students one of which was a Yogi Master who some years previously had been involved in a road accident in which he suffered a broken neck, along with other extensive injuries. Since his accident, through steely determination and his spiritual and religious beliefs, he had worked his way back to almost full health but was left with pain and stiffness around his neck and shoulders.

I demonstrated the Arrow chronic pain control technique and the Yogi came forward along with three other students as a demonstration subject.

After the demonstration all of the four were free of pain.

The Yogi Master then to the amazement of everyone in the room said that since his accident he had not been able to execute his favourite Yoga position, ‘The Head stand’. He asked me if he could try it, bearing in mind that, he had a broken neck I said that the decision, had to be his. He said to me that if he can’t do it now, he will never be able to do it. I told him never to say never and whatever was about to happen, it does not mean the end of hope.

He then proceeded to execute the yoga move for the first time since his accident, perfectly, to the cheers and applause of everyone present.

When he had finished and he had returned to his feet, he hugged me, and with tears in his eyes, blessed me. There was many a tear shed in this incredible moment.

In the moment of completing the yoga position, years of fear had been eliminated along with the chronic pain that he had been suffering. In that moment I learned that we should all face our fears head on (quite literally sometimes) and eliminate them.

The reason I will never again Charge to help someone free themselves from pain.

The reason I will never again Charge to help someone free themselves from pain.

In the Autumn of last year my mother was taken really ill and was rushed into hospital. She had been given a repeat prescription by her doctor, but the doctor had not made it clear that the medication was for one month only. My mother continued to take the drugs for eighteen months. When the doctor realised her mistake, she immediately stopped the prescription, but by then the drugs had destroyed my mother’s kidneys, and she went into kidney failure, and the prognosis was very poor. My mother lived in the south of England and I live in the North East. I drove to see her and she was in a very poor physical condition and in incredible pain, unable to move, apart from her left arm and hand.I have used and trained others to use what is known as ‘The Arrow Technique’ for pain elimination and control. I Hypnotised my Mum, then used the Arrow Technique and what I call Quantum Healing. I stayed with her as long as possible before returning home to East Yorkshire, believing that it may be the last time, I would see her.

I received a phone call the next day from her partner, to say that my Mum was out of bed, free of pain and looking forward to returning to her flat. By that Thursday she was home, which was nothing less than miraculous.

I made a decision there and then that I would never again charge anyone, to help them overcome physical pain.

Unfortunately, my Mum passed away in January, her body finally succumbed to the damage that had been done. She had though been free of the excruciating pain that she had been in. She was 88 years old, she had been loved and admired, and died in the arms of the man she loved. To be loved and not die alone, I believe is all we can hope for.

This year I have been introduced to Zoom the online video platform. Helped by Lori Hammond, who took the time to show me how to use Zoom, I am now able to run online seminars, for hundreds of participants at a time.

at the beginning of February I set up the first of my FREE to attend Freedom from pain seminars, scheduled for the 11th of February. I am pleased and amazed to say that over 160 people attended the seminar. You can see a recording of the session here.

I will be running one of these seminars every month, the next one being held on the 11th March at 9pm. At the time of writing this post (13th February) there are already 157 people booked for the seminar.

There will never be a fee for attending these events, my goal being to help as many people as possible out of pain, whether that pain is physical, emotional or psychological.

There is an opiate epidemic, with millions if not billions of people addicted to pain relief drugs, my intention is to show those who want to be free of their pain and drugs, that there is another way.

If you know of anyone who is suffering or you yourself are suffering from chronic, useless, unnecessary pain of any kind join me on one of my seminars and free yourself forever.

If you would love to learn how to help others, I will be running online training on the Arrow Technique

FREE pain elimination Zoom seminar:

FREE pain elimination Zoom seminar:

Last night the 11th of February I ran the first of my free, pain elimination online seminars. Over 160 people from all around the world registered for this seminar. Here is the recorded video for anyone who missed the seminar but would like to be free of any useless, unnecessary, physical, emotional or psychological pain that you are experiencing.

Topic: Freedom from Pain Seminar
Start Time : Feb 11, 2019 20:38

Meeting Recording:

How to choose a hypnotherapy trainer

How to choose a hypnotherapy trainer

Quality vs Quantity 

When I set out on my career as a hypnotherapist in the early 1990s, the idea of being a full-time hypnotherapist or making a career out of hypnosis seemed fool hardy to say the least.

In the UK in 1988 there were less than 70 hypnotherapy training providers this number increased to 130 by 1997. Today if you search google for hypnotherapy training UK you will get, 890, 000 results.

It seems that almost daily there is another new hypnotherapy training school’s being created, each teaching, supposedly new and better forms of hypnotherapy, created, with some wonderful names. Most, if not all are rehashed forms of hypnotherapy that have existed for years. Each of these training schools give certification on completing the training, beautiful certificates that mean absolutely nothing in the real world.

There is no government approved governing body for hypnotherapy in the UK. Anyone can call themselves a Hypnotherapist or Psychotherapist in the UK, with or without any training. Anyone can print and give diplomas to those they teach no matter how poor the training may be.

In 1995 I trained with International Association of Hypno Analysts I.A.H.A. (I have a diploma to prove it). A very important sounding Association, when actually the I.A.H.A was one man’s very outdated, version of hypnotherapy, taught in his house in Bournemouth.

In 1999 I founded The UK Hypnotherapy Training College (UKHTC) and the UK Hypnotherapy Association (UKHA). Again, a very important sounding college, when in fact it was yet again one man’s (mine) version of hypnotherapy taught in an office in Kent.

In 2008 The first Batchelor of Science in Clinical Hypnosis degree course in the UK was opened at St Mary’s University College, Twickenham, London. I decided as this was a legitimate degree from a legitimate Established University, I would do the course. In 2011, I was awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science in Clinical Hypnosis with Honours. BSc (Hons). (I have a beautiful piece of paper to prove it). This course was so poor it was closed down. I could in five days teach you to be a more effective, efficient and competent Hypnotherapist, than anyone who had spent 3 years doing that BSc course.

I can hand on heart tell you that not one of the more than 30,000 clients I have helped has asked to see my qualifications.

Recently Hypnotherapy training has been going down the same road that NLP training (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and MLM (Multi, Level, Marketing). With NLP it went something like this. (Practitioner Training), (Master Practitioner training), (Trainers Training), (Trainers, Trainers, training). In MLM it’s, get two customers then start recruiting, recruiters to recruit recruiters.

Now we have schools of Hypnotherapy training students to become hypnotherapist, but before the student has started work as a Therapist, offering them training to become trainers in that school and form of hypnotherapy, hence we end up in the situation we now have in the UK and throughout the world with tens of thousands of hypnotherapy training schools, with less than 2% of students able to truly effectively help anyone or make a living as a hypnotherapist.

How do you sift the wheat from the chaff? Here is a suggestion (my opinion only), ask the person offering to train you, how many clients they have personally seen, and helped using the methods they are teaching’. If that number is in the 10s rather than 100s or 1000s find another trainer.

All of the above as I always say is just my opinion.

Have a wonderful Christmas.

What a heroin addict taught me about quitting smoking.

What a heroin addict taught me about quitting smoking.

When I first became a Hypnotherapist, I was told that smoking cigarettes were an addiction, and quitting smoking, was one of the hardest things anyone could do. All the medical papers and research studies on smoking tobacco, (many carried out by the tobacco companies) concluded the same.

The first line of the NHS quit smoking advise papers, states Nicotine is highly addictive and quitting smoking will be one of the hardest things you will ever do. (How’s that for a suggestion?) In my career as a Hypnotherapist, I have helped many clients overcome addiction including, alcohol and heroin.

The medical definition of an addiction whether it be heroin or any other drug including prescribed medication is this.

  1. To continue to receive any benefit from an addictive substance you have to continually increase the dose.
  2. You have to have the addictive substance in your blood stream to function normally.
  3. You have no choice, you feel that you, have to have it.

In the late 1990’s a man of 28 years old came to see me to help him overcome his, 10 year addiction to heroin. He said that pop stars and film stars would struggle to afford his addiction and went on to say at times he spent £1000 a day on heroin. This man did not have a job, he had stolen from everyone he loved, sold everything he owned including his body to get the drug.

He told me the amount of heroin he needed just to function had increased year on year and many of his friends had died through overdosing on the drug. He said that he had been shunned by society and most of his family, but even this had no effect.

He told me that if he couldn’t get the drug he could not sleep, that he would shiver and shake until he got his next fix.

I listened to this man’s sad story and something occurred to me that changed a long, held belief of mine, and which ultimately led to me helping over 20,000 smokers quit.

The understanding is this.

  1. Smokers, settle on a number of cigarette’s per day, and then smoke that same amount each day for the rest of their life. They do not have to continually increase the dose, year on year.
  2. The majority of smokers will sleep throughout the night, at the same rate of hours as non-smokers. If someone is smoking 20 cigarette’s per day and sleep for 8 hours that is an average of 1 cigarette every 35 minutes throughout the day. They then sleep for 8 hours without the need for a cigarette. If smoking was an addiction and they are smoking a cigarette every 35 minutes because their body needs the substance to function, (as in the example of the heroin client above) they would not be able to sleep.
  3. Smokers settle on the number of cigarettes they smoke based on one of two criteria, social or financial. Smokers make a decision on how many cigarettes they smoke, based on what they can afford, or in what environment they work or live in. The heroin addict does not have the luxury of that choice.

Once this understanding has been conveyed to my client and the belief that they are addicted to cigarettes undermined, I explain how we learn and the power of habitual behaviour in enabling us as human beings to function at the level that we function at. I then explain that with hypnosis the habitual, programming can be changed, to a more positive skill. Then with a technique that I call Parts Negotiation, together with the client I make the changes at an unconscious level that enable the client to quit the habit easily, automatically and painlessly.

If you would like to learn more about Parts Negotiation you can get my book on Amazon – it’s available in paperback and Kindle 

New Idea For Hypno Brain Expansion

New Idea For Hypno Brain Expansion

I have recently launched the Hypno expansion brain group. An explanation of the concept can be found here 

This months pairings are as follows

Ellis Titheridge and Aaron Mathis

Michael Hainey and Silvia Anne Milone-Martin 

Laura Southam and Ron Reay

Denise Gallagher and Ray Whiting 

Annette Chester and Christian Simon

DrTracy Riley Lcsw and Kenda Summers

Cheryl Modjoros-Elman and Marion Robb

Lena Ntouna and Michael Hainey

Jamie Borg and Angela Rossiter

Leigh Ann Ledbetter and Rob De Groof

Michael C. DeSchalit and Rob Chapman

Toni Tone and James Malbon Harrison

Edouard de Tricasse and Joni Johnston Neidigh

William King Gutshall and Işıl Musluer

Wendy Hughes and Ophelia Yung-Ho Wang

Alp Tekin and Mark Horsman

Derek Crosson and Lisa London

Richard Jamieson and Colette Ebben-Pastoor

Angela Milburn and Ryan Simbai Jenkins

Yocheved Gershon and Tim Mahy

Alan Freeburn and Christine Ingram

Andrew Jamison and Jeff Benink C Ht

Simon Woodfield and Kevin Cottrelll

Doug Meacham and Valentina Vujosevic

Marina Makushev and Margo Regan

Rob Marklew and Paul Norrish

Charmaine Oakeshott and Tim Arem

Robert Cowles and Graeme Harvey

Deborah Thornsbury and Michael Joseph Bolster

Sharna Brook and Barb Davies

Josh Peters and Angela Rossiter

Antonio B Perez and Rick Paddock

Ruth Wakefield and Wes Williams

Christopher Holman and Freja Njorden

Santo Nagel and Patricia Eslava Vessey

Paul Clough and Mark E Sewelll

Steve Griffin and Keld Fancypants Petersen

Kramer Neri and Lee Shuttlewood

Matthew Lee and Matt Gilbert

Craig Baggley and Joseph Reynolds

Freddy Jacquin and Kristel Welkenhuysen

Craig Furlong and John Jo Gill

Steve Blampied and Archie McIntyre

Alan Barsky and Lori Hammond 

Annemie Derix and Helen Suggitt

Mj Jones and Adam Evans

Patrik Larsson and Lorna Harvey

Justin King and Ian Chase

Marian Spurgeon and Jay Spark

Bev Gisborne and Warren Thackeray

Piers Day and Jeffrey Richards

Rick Green and Gila Zak

Amber Rose Cox Rose Cox and Stephen Daly

Lisa Thomas  and Timbo Lichfield

Justin Exley and Adelle Pink

Janet Rapala and Lisa Kunschick

Justine Lette and Martin Pedersen Stub

Tara Foulkes and Mark Chambers

Katrin Bärtschii and James Malbon Harrison

Wendy Hughes and Larry Jones

Amanda Gunning and Rob Ingram

Jeff Benink C Ht and Priti Rawal

Vanessa Lindgren and Felix Ursi

Derry Cooke and Ann Varney

Anne Marie Potmeer and Louise Downie

Reflections on the month November

Reflections on the month November

The UK Hypnosis Convention: 1st- 5th November:

In any walk of life or profession there are people that stand out among the crowd. In the field of hypnosis whether it be for therapeutic reason or entertainment there are many. It is said that cream always rises to the top, and so it is with human kind in all walks of life. In the world of hypnosis, I have been lucky enough to meet some of these people, work with them and some I now call friends.

At the beginning of this month November I attended and presented at the UK Hypnosis Convention which took place in the Renaissance Hotel in Heathrow. Hosted by the wonderful Nick Ebdon it was as it has been for the past three years a celebration of all things hypnotic. We were privileged to have the most knowledgeable Hypnotherapist in the world (I believe) of all things scientific, Adam Eason. On the other end of the spectrum we have James Brown putting someone into a hypnotic stupor by writing the word SLEEP on a piece of paper and handing it to him.

Because of a bet a wager with the wonderful Belgium Hypnotherapist Rob De Groof, I had to do my presentation in a Belgium Football Shirt. 

Gary Machine Gun Turner (my new name for him) delivered a one-day course in two hours. Only someone as fit as Gary could speak for two hours, only taking time to breath twice and not pass out.

Jason Linnet not only explained how to build a six figure Hypnotherapy business but then supplied everyone in attendance with the online information and training to do so.

My son Anthony delivered his No Self, Hypnosis presentation, which I have been physically present at many times and as usual I have no conscious memory of it as I am always transported to another dimension, when listening to it. In a previous listening, though, Anthony’s presentation did enable me for the first time in my life to have an out of body experience, which I have to say was beyond beautiful.

Mellisa Tiers as usual was brilliant, and through taking questions from the audience she enlightened the listeners in ways of enabling people to change that for me was the best I have ever her seen her do.

I was lucky enough to work with for the first time Kelley T Woods on our newly developed course K.E.E.N (Kid Empowerment Easily and Naturally) which we will be presenting and running a workshop on at HypnoThoughts Live 2019. Kelley was a joy to work with and I look forward too many years of helping the young together.

Apart from the Americans there were other great presenters from around the world, there was Rob De Groof from Belgium, a fact I will never forget, because he and I had a bet on the outcome of the England Belgium football match in this year’s world cup, which I lost. The outcome of which, was that I ended up doing my presentation in a Belgium football shirt, which I will treasure always. Also, Michal Cieslakowski, Giancarlo Russo, Angela Nutu, Michael C Anthony, Fredric Mau, Roy Hunter, Joergen Rasmussen and the worlds most handsomest man Eugen Popa, to name but a few. My friend from Brazil, Flavio Grzybowski, presented for the first time in England, and another good friend from Brazil the genius that is Alberto Dell ‘Isola.

Among the British contingent were some well-known presenters, including James Tripp, Kaz Riley, Turan Mirza, Helen Bremner, Beryl Comar, Karl Smith and some wonderful new speakers and presenters, Lucy Hyde, Janet Thompson, Marcus Lewis and many more.

Although the convention is about learning in the workshops and from the presentations, for me the joy and a lot of the value of the UK Hypnosis Convention, is in what takes place in the breaks between presentations and in the bar socialising. A time to make new friends and renew and consolidate old friendships. In depth talks about the subject we all love (no not alcohol) go on until the early hours.

The Gala dinner had Melissa Tiers as keynote speaker I am told that she was very good but my memory is, I now accept affected by beer.

The band I thought were great, I discovered after telling Nick Ebdon that I thought this, that it was his dad’s band. Later in the evening, Nick gave a rendition of Mustang Sally, to the delight of everyone there and he was excellent.

The message I got from this year’s convention is, I believe a movement toward a less is more attitude when it comes to using hypnosis as an agent for change. Those who are still endeavouring to make this simple therapeutic tool more complex, in an attempt to justify their own value will start to lose ground and as in the story of the Kings new clothes, will be exposed.

2019, I believe will be a break through year for hypnotherapy or more precisely hypnosis for personal change. There is a ground swell of opinion against the acceptance of drugs as the only answer to physical problems and a greater understanding of the power of the mind in overcoming physical and mental problems.

Increasing numbers of medical professional are not only accepting that hypnosis is a viable tool, but also learning the art themselves.

I have for many years been lucky enough to have my son as a partner in our hypnotherapy training academy ‘The Jacquin Hypnosis Academy’ and as a travelling companion on our adventures around the world teaching this wonderful skill. https://jacquinhypnosisacademy.com

2019 will also see me collaborating with Kelley T Woods probably the worlds most experienced Paediatric Hypnotherapist on our new course K.E.E.N training already practicing Hypnotherapists how to teach parents, teachers, social workers and other involved in helping the young how to use some natural learning skills (hypnosis) to empower and educate Kids.

I will also be teaming up with Kaz Riley who specialises in Sexual Freedom Hypnosis on a new course teaching ‘Sensual Intelligence’. The ability to overcome fears, limiting beliefs, inhibitions, misplaced guilt and shyness to enable the client to enjoy their own and their partners bodies completely without restraint.

Hull, Group Arrow technique, event: 10th November:

Last month my mother was taken very ill because of a mis-diagnosed medical prescription (mistakes occur, we are only human, even doctors), because of this my mother went into kidney failure and the prognosis was not good. With her kidneys failing, my mum was suffering incredible pain throughout her body and was unable to move, apart from her left hand and arm.

I visited her in hospital and ran the Arrow Technique and a technique that I call quantum healing. I called the next morning expecting bad news, only to hear that she was completely pain free, out of bed and taking a shower, on her own. This was beyond mine or anyone else’s expectations.

I made a decision in that moment never to personally ever charge anyone to help them out of their physical pain.

On Saturday the 10th In Hull at the aptly named, Freedom Centre, I held a free to attend event, for anyone suffering from chronic pain. This was the first but not the last of these events that I intend to do. All though my intention and desire, is that everyone I see, who seeks my help to overcome pain achieves complete freedom from their suffering, that is I realise an unrealistic dream. Although not everyone that attended the Group session in Hull were completely free of their pain, many were. Attached are some of the testimonials from the event.

At the time of writing the paper back and Kindle edition of my book ‘Hypnotherapy’ (Methods Techniques and Principles of Freddy Jacquin) has a 5* rating on Amazon, and is now out as an audio book on Audible narrated by me. I am overwhelmed by the interest in my work from so many people in the field of hypnosis, many that I admire and respect. Since its release in September the audio book alone, has been downloaded over 600 times. https://www.audible.com/pd/B07HHJCJ6X/?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-128259&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_128259_rh_us

Those who know me personally, know that I love to tell a story and I have a couple of novels out on Amazon and Kindle. I have a crime novel, ‘Hypnotised’ (under my pseudo name F.H Jay Quinn) and my novel ‘Messiah’ under my name Freddy H Jacquin

My Novel ‘Messiah’ is about to be released as an audio book on Audible and am excited about it.

I am also collaborating with the wonderful musician and artist Dean Rhymes on some self-development and personal change audio books, soon to be released and a project to develop a series of children’s books for 2019 and beyond, so watch this space.

In between doing the above, I have been helping people change their lives, and training others to do the same. It’s been another full and enjoyable month with expectation for more of the same in December and into 2019.

Pain Elimination Event – Hull

Pain Elimination Event – Hull

On the 10th of November at The Freedom Centre in Hull I will be running a pain elimination event.

I have made the event Free for anyone in pain, to attend. The room seats around 200 people and I hope as many people as possible take the opportunity to free themselves from either their physical or any emotional pain they be suffering.

I will be using a psychological technique developed by me, known as The Arrow. This technique is being used by 1000s of practitioners around the world in situations where pain control medication is no longer effective, or available.hu

My hope and belief, is that anyone who attends the event will have their suffering eliminated or drastically reduced

I intend to continue to run these events throughout the UK and around the world, until the medical profession and especially the NHS can no longer ignore the efficacy of this non, drug, pain treatment.

Opiate addiction is now at epidemic levels and yet Medical Practitioners continue to dish them out like sweets, encouraged and rewarded by the Drug industries.

There is no profit for the drug manufacturers in a treatment for pain that only involves words, and that can be applied in minutes.

As I say to clients that ask for my help in overcoming the pain that they are suffering, ‘I am not going to give you any pills or potions, its only words, just your imagination, so what have you to lose but the pain?’

If you know anyone in East Yorkshire that is suffering send them along.

If you would like to put on a pain elimination event in your area and would like me to come and use The Arrow to free people in your part of the world, or train with me and enable yourself to do it let me know.

Between us we can change the way people live, eliminate unnecessary suffering and change the minds of many who think that drugs are the only answer for relief of chronic pain.

I will link each event to a local charity and donations will be on a voluntary basis, the event at The Freedom Centre will be in aid of Dove Hospice.

Hip No Therapy event in York

Hip No Therapy event in York


Yesterday I held the first of my Hip No Therapy event in Fulford, York. As usually is the case with hypnosis gatherings, there were some great people there. Some had travelled many miles to be there and I thank them for believing enough to make the journey. 

My wife asked me as I was preparing to leave to go to the venue, what I was going to do at the Hip No Therapy day, a strange question, considering that she has lived with me for over twenty years and knows that I rarely know what day it is, never mind what I am going to do.

I told her honestly that I had no idea but I trusted that something would come to me by the time I arrived at the venue.

My friend and virtual PA Deborah Plumb, (I say virtual because she doesn’t get paid) arrived and drove me to the venue. Stuart Hamilton my web designer had been recruited to film the event, unfortunately, we discovered that he had no idea how a camera works, fortunately, he is a quick learner.

The idea was that the day would consist of the audience asking me questions and asking for demonstrations of techniques and my methods of working but as usual, once I got talking it was a case of me speaking and everyone else trying to get a word in edgewise.

The Event

The first demonstration was what I like to call the Armotion induction a name given to the induction by my son Anthony because it involves, (you guessed it) the arm and emotion. Louise Downey was kind enough to volunteer to be the demo subject.


A question was asked by Tracy Woods about Parts Work or Parts Negotiation as I like to term it and unconscious communication. I explained how I use PN for phobias and habitual problem including smoking, cocaine and eating disorders. Then Tracy was good enough to volunteer to experience Part Negotiation to enhance a positive feeling.


Jacquin Power lift

Ann Varney allowed me to demonstrate the Jacquin Power lift induction with her and used the trance to demonstrate that laughter can sometimes actually be the best medicine.

We had a 45 minute break for lunch in which I stayed in the main event room, because if I eat I have to stop talking and as I stated, once I start it is hard for me to stop. A few intrepid members of the audience stayed so I stuck one to his chair and stuck another one’s eyes together just for fun, as any serious professional would.

After lunch, I demonstrated how I hypnotise a group of people by hypnotising everyone in the room as a group, with the exception of Stuart my ‘Camera’ man because I think he thought I may accuse him of sleeping on the job.

Angela Milburn kindly volunteered to be the demo subject, for my take on Quantum Healing which I combined with The Arrow technique. I demonstrated hand to eye induction to help Angela enter into hypnosis. 

The use of the Arrow technique to increase Motivation and determination was demonstrated with Deborah plumb using the Elman induction to induce hypnosis.

We discussed many aspects of Hypnotherapy and the problems and perceived limitation that clients present with including healing, pain, smoking, fear, panic, eating disorders, loss and how to increase positive resources with us.

The day was only successful because of the audience participation, their questions and their thoughts and their sharing of their own experiences in helping others.

I hope they enjoyed the day as much as I did.