Did You’re Back in the Room Hypnotist Keith Barry teach Donald Trump Hypnosis?
There has been some talk on the internet about politicians using hypnotic language to help entice people to support them and their policies, and even perhaps convince them to vote for them.
There has already been much written about Donald trump using conversational hypnosis and now the hypnotist Keith Barry, best known for the hypnosis game show “You’re Back in the Room” has been talking about the fact that he has been working with politicians to help them learn his skills.
The mentalist, who has been working on the Hollywood movie “Now You See Me 2” as a magic consultant has reportedly said that he was asked to help certain politicians become more persuasive with their voters and learn more skills about how to influence people.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Keith Barry wouldn’t name the people he worked with, although he has claimed that he has helped a few politicians.
Who did Keith Barry teach Hypnosis to?
Speaking to the Irish Daily Mail he said:
“There are a lot of different styles of hypnosis. There’s conversational hypnosis which even though we joke about it, politicians use conversational hypnosis. I’ve been hired back in Ireland by certain politicians to assist them in specific language patterns that will just tip people over into their, you know, into their zone. So politicians use conversational hypnosis, the instant induction hypnosis but you have to find the right subject. It wouldn’t work on 100 people but then it might work on just one person.”
One website contacted several Irish parties to ask them if they had any knowledge of this work, and as you may imagine none of them claimed to know him, so perhaps he has worked with other politicians in other parts of the world.
Is it all just a clever way to hypnotise the press into writing about him?
Of course, the other possibility is that it’s all a bit of a publicity stunt ahead of the release of the new film, and the US Fox TV Version of Back in the Room that is currently being filmed. Once that airs then maybe there will be more cries of the question that everyone has been asking when the show aired in the UK and Australia...Is Back in the Room Fake?