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Harmony Hypnosis is proud to support several charities that are close to our hearts. Our mission is to bring into the world more calm, balance, peace and beauty.

St Mungo’s: Ending Homelessness, Rebuilding Lives

As a London based business we have become increasingly aware of the alarming rise in people sleeping rough on the streets of London. These people often have mental health problems as well as personal and financial issues. We see it as our duty to help support those around us who are in need and do so by a regular donation to St Mungo’s who do wonderful work in this sector.

To find out more about St Mungo’s visit their website by clicking here.


Hand in Hand: Center For Jewish-Arab Education in Israel

The work of Harmony Hypnosis is based on becoming calm and resolving inner conflict. One part of a person wishes to overcome a fear or a habit and another part is resistant to the change. The conflict is always resolved by a change in perspective which results in understanding, inner peace and the release of negative thoughts and feelings. This in turn makes the change in behaviour easy.

Hand in Hand brings together thousands of Jew and Arabs in six schools across Israel. They are creating opportunities for children, the potential leaders of the future, to learn together, understand one another, make friends and change perspectives. We believe these are vital steps towards eventually finding a peaceful solution.

So, just as we aim to help people via our work to stop fighting themselves, Hand in Hand is building bridges of trust and friendship between divided communities.

Harmony Hypnosis makes a regular donation to Hand in Hand. So whilst you use our programmes to enhance inner calm and success in your own life so you are also supporting genuine grass roots efforts to promote peace in the Middle East.

To find out more about Hand in Hand visit their website by clicking here. 


SEED Madagascar

SEED Madagascar (Sustainable Environment, Education & Development in Madagascar) is an award-winning British registered charity operating in the south-east of Madagascar. They manage a wide range of sustainable development and conservation projects.

Madagascar is the Earth’s fourth largest island, and due to being geographically isolated for 80 million years is now home to an astonishing variety of plant and animal species, the majority of which aren’t found anywhere else on Earth. As well as all this biodiversity, it is also one of the world’s most humanly impoverished countries. Two thirds of the population still live in rural areas, and few have access to improved sanitation, education or secure food sources.

SEED Magascar do amazing work here. Harmony Hypnosis have supported them for many years and will continue to do so.

To find out more about SEED Madagascar visit their website by clicking here.


Virunga National Park

Virunga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, on the border of Uganda and Rwanda. Virunga is Africa’s oldest national park and is also the continent’s most biologically diverse protected area. The park’s 7800 square kilometers (3000 square miles) includes forests, savannas, lava plains, swamps, erosion valleys, active volcanoes, and the glaciated peaks of the Rwenzori mountains.

In 1989 at the age of 19, Darren Marks the founder of Harmony Hypnosis went Gorilla tracking in Virunga whilst backpacking across East Africa. To this day the experience remains his most profound encounter with the natural world.

Sadly Virunga has been at the heart of a conflict zone for many years and the protection of it’s wildlife and environment continues to be difficult. The Virunga Alliance aims to foster peace and prosperity through the responsible economic development of natural resources for four million people who live within a day’s walk of the park’s borders and Harmony Hypnosis makes a regular donation to this cause.

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We would also highly recommend watching the award winning Netflix documentary Virunga: