George Duisman

George Duisman


George Duisman is a maverick, inventor, and healer. One would consider him a self-made Renaissance man in the tradition of da Vinci. George was born with an inquisitive intellect and a free-range imagination that manifested in early childhood with the invention of games and progressed to building his own computer. As an adult, he continued to apply his curiosity and intellect to strategies and games designed to challenge and develop the user’s skills while having fun. Notable among these was NumPuz a numbers puzzle that developed math skills (still available as an app today) and Bridge Challenger (advanced strategies for the game of Bridge).

George has consistently applied his original mind to the betterment of people wherever his wide-ranging interests have led, but consistent throughout his life has been a quest for healing. He even developed his own version of the Bob Beck machine (a device that tunes the brain/body using micro-pulsed EMF). Innately aware of the larger scope of consciousness that exists beyond the human mind/brain complex, he was naturally attracted to practices that integrated mind/body/spirit starting with his discovery of TFT (Thought Frequency Therapy) and continuing through his exploration of EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique).

As he sought greater results for his clients, he eventually created CTT (Consciousness Transformation Technique) his own amalgam of earlier techniques, along with the integration of past life trauma work and group/collective energetics that he discovered through his many dedicated hours helping people who were suffering. The results are that CTT engenders deeper levels of release, integration, and healing.

George is a true original with a sincere mission to assist his fellow humans in reclaiming the lives they were meant to live.


Past Shows:

  • Consciousness Transformation / Open Lines

    Inventor and healer George Duisman discussed the Four Minute Miracle that brings healing and rewiring of the brain, and Consciousness Transformation Techniques. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.More »