"We can change our bodies a little by training or dieting, but the organ that is by far the most changeable is the brain. It changes daily as we experience, learn and remember. Like the rest of our body, the brain is genetically determined, so from the start we differ from one another. However, compared with the rest of the body, the brain is less rigidly constrained by its genes; traumatic events and procedures such as hypnosis can change it so dramatically that consciousness itself may become distorted.
Join us for a fascinating talk by psychologist Dr Peter Naish, who will explore the nature of hypnosis and other consciousness-changing processes, and will attempt along the way to throw some light on the conundrum of consciousness."
This event takes place from 19h00 to 21h00. Let's meet at 18h45 at Dana Centre's Café (inside, on the lower floor).
UPDATE: David is hosting tonight's event. Please look for him inside the Dana Centre.
The entry is free, but you need to book a ticket in advance:
Call [masked] or e-mail [masked]
BE FAST TO BOOK A TICKET. THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT QUICKLY.
More info: http://www.danacentre.org.uk/events/2014/03/13/725