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Listen To My Voice

An intriguing documentary about a clinical hypnotherapist.
4/5

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Director Andrew Cheng’s short documentary about Paul Howe, a clinical hypnotherapist, is a well-crafted and inspiring watch that provides an introduction to the practice of hypnotherapy. The four-minute film briefly explores Howe’s journey into the profession and his approach to the therapeutic process. Through tapping into the subconscious mind, Howe explains how hypnotherapy can aid a person’s weight, addiction and phobia-related issues.

The highlight of the documentary is Howe’s telling of a life-saving case, which showcases the importance and effectiveness of hypnotherapy as a tool for healing. His words are complemented by neat technicality and charming delivery, making for an engaging viewing experience.

The only minor shortcoming of the film is the lack of an example of Howe practising his method, but this is a minor issue given the short runtime. Overall, Cheng’s documentary is a good introduction to hypnotherapy and the work of Paul Howe, offering viewers a glimpse into the power of the subconscious for healing mental and physical ailments.

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Listen To My Voice

An intriguing documentary about a clinical hypnotherapist.
4/5

Review

Director Andrew Cheng’s short documentary about Paul Howe, a clinical hypnotherapist, is a well-crafted and inspiring watch that provides an introduction to the practice of hypnotherapy. The four-minute film briefly explores Howe’s journey into the profession and his approach to the therapeutic process. Through tapping into the subconscious mind, Howe explains how hypnotherapy can aid a person’s weight, addiction and phobia-related issues.

The highlight of the documentary is Howe’s telling of a life-saving case, which showcases the importance and effectiveness of hypnotherapy as a tool for healing. His words are complemented by neat technicality and charming delivery, making for an engaging viewing experience.

The only minor shortcoming of the film is the lack of an example of Howe practising his method, but this is a minor issue given the short runtime. Overall, Cheng’s documentary is a good introduction to hypnotherapy and the work of Paul Howe, offering viewers a glimpse into the power of the subconscious for healing mental and physical ailments.

Listen to My Voice Short Documentary

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