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MJB Seminars:
Quantum Quackery
Human Headline Blog
Derryn Hinch
August 26, 2015

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For only $2695 (non-refundable) you can spend a weekend with him in Perth where he will show you that ‘the only way to transcend this is to become grateful and see the blessings in it.’ Abuse victims should ‘look for the love’ the universe has shown them.

If this makes you nauseous or angry, better stop reading now.

And how will this self-styled ‘life coach’ achieve all this? He told The Sunday Times that the seminar would use quantum physics and use ‘a process of equilibration’ to help people trigger a ‘quantum collapse’ and then overcome trauma and achieve success.

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Mitch Behan has no medical qualifications. The only business qualification I could find is that he once sold illegal drugs – and he went to jail for that in his twenties.

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‘People who come here to use the process or come here to learn the process for themselves, I have a duty of care of information, so it’s not something that we just hand out’.

He did say the process had been trademarked, claimed it had helped ‘hundreds of thousands of people’ and was recognised by some of the ‘greatest minds’.

I think I’ll stick with what came out of the mind of the WA president of the Australian Medical Association, Michael Gannon, who described Behan’s philosophies as a ‘dangerous minimisation of a very traumatic experience’.

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Full story including forthright opinions here.

Derryn Hinch has a follow-up article citing responses from Mr Mitchell J Behan.

 

 


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