The British hypnotist has a very friendly, kind voice. Sure, his "common sense rules" about eating aren't for everyone (one reviewer said he gave some negative messages), but the gist of what he says is positive. I did notice after listening to the App a couple of times that he says most of the more hypnotist/suggestive type things toward the end of the recording. I didn't notice this at first because I had fallen asleep during the recording the first few times. I think there's a reason why those "suggestions" are when the listener is in a more relaxed or receptive state. The critical mind is less active. I think this guy's the real deal.There is one glitch that I hope can be fixed…I set my preferences to the "sleep" setting (not to wake up after the session) & I hear BOTH conclusions to the session. "WAKE UP at the count of five…NOW you are going into a deep sleep etc etc"…I hope the makers of the App can fix that little/not so little issue, because this App is otherwise quite good.Oh and by the way, I did notice some changes in my eating behavior soon after listening to the App. Not as hungry between meals, for one thing. Works best if you listen to it on a regular basis. Cheerio!
Not for me
I hate this app. I wanted to try it because I really like Sleep Now and Relax Now, but this was a real let-down. I thought it would address the stress connected with eating too fast, on automatic pilot, etc, and help me relax and enjoy my meals. Instead it is quite negative. First, he lists his rules about what, when and how you should eat. This is no different than any bad diet. Worst, during the Lose Weight Now session, he suggests the listener become digusted with themselves, comparing oneself to someone sloppy and disgusting and contrasting that against a perfect imaginary image. This is exactly the thinking most of us try to get away from. It is this tendency-the tendency to put ourselves down-that causes us to eat too much. This causes stress, anxiety and poor self-esteem. We don't need another reason to feel bad about ourselves. An absolute downer and terrible for one's self esteem, so more than likely, bad for the waistline as well. Don't buy it, it's a drag.