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Today, as we are increasingly busy and don’t have time for anything, we often forget about enjoying the moment. We no longer celebrate meals together, and this is, after all, one of the most important things that allows you to relax, but also to bring the family together.
How will our lives look like in 2025? Will a lot of things change? These are the questions we ask ourselves almost every day, hoping that everything will improve. Technology will develop to such an extent that life will become easy and enjoyable, and mundane tasks won’t require any effort from us. How will it be like in our house, and more specifically - in the kitchen?
Do you believe in hypnosis? More and more people recognize it as a real psychological technique by which you can not only learn more about a person, but also, using the power of suggestion, help them in medical treatment. Most often the treatment is carried out in a specialist psychologist's office, under the supervision of professionals. However, not all of it is!
IKEA - the network of well-known and popular furniture stores where you can find furniture for almost any home. We like to buy it, because it’s cheap and easy to install. However, IKEA likes to surprise its customers. For example, by hiring a hypnotist who takes them on a trip into the future.
Justin Tranz is a known TV hypnotist, who has proved many times that his skills are real.
Let’s say you’re shopping at the furniture store. Oh, not for anything out of the ordinary - maybe a new mattress for the bed, perhaps a new mirror for the bathroom. But suddenly, you see that this is not just a regular shopping trip – not far from you, is a man who, in a way which cannot be fully explained, hypnotizes people. Is this some kind of fantasy? No, it's IKEA’s new promotional idea.
The IKEA Group net income increased by 3.1% to EUR 3.3 billion for the financial year 2013, and market conditions continued to improve with strong growth in China, Russia and the US.“Consumer spending is improving in many countries. While the challenging economic situation may not be over, there are positive signs. Important consumer markets such as the US are coming back and Europe in general is starting to recover. Even some of the challenging markets in Southern Europe are showing good signs of activity”, says President and CEO Peter Agnefjäll.