MIND HACKING for rebels (or for you who wants to be one ...)

A crash course in The Matrix, your internal operating system. What is The Matrix? How does it work? How do you hack the code in your programming, to direct your brain towards success? It will be an exciting journey into your subconscious mind, with many AHA experiences and useful "hacks". You'll also get audio files to boost yourself.
What you will learn:
  • How your mental operating system works
  • Hack and reprogram your code
  • Find your GPS to make the right decisions
  • Create courage to take action
  • Build your POWER

Karin Tydén, one of Europe's best Mind Hackers and who has worked with thousands of clients worldwide, will help you understand how you with small adjustments can step into your full potential.

Length: 45 min-2 hours


For inquiries/bookings of lecture, workshop and masterclass, please contact Karin Tydén,
+46 708-16 99 08, info@karintyden.se


It was a wonderful experience for us all. I think everyone got something to think about and take back with them afterwards, which is not always true when one is on a lecture. Karin gave us the tools, and I already know that many vent back to their workplaces and discussed everything with their colleagues. If you have not heard her yet - do it. 

Helena Wennerström, Head of Sales at Helsingborgs IF

The lecture was a great success. Karin has an ability to enthuse and create interest. With her positive appearance she captivates her audience in an unexpected way. Karin is concrete and clarifies with real examples. In addition, she shares practical advice on how to achieve one's goals. I warmly recommend her seminars to anyone who wants to be inspired to reach their goals.

Maria Relke, REB at Capgemini

Karin has an ability to engage and captivate her audience. She is specific, straight forward and giving good examples. We got useful information about how the brain works, and a lot of insights. We also got some tools that we could have with us in life. We have already received inquiries about Karin coming again, which is not entirely impossible.
Elisabeth Lestapier, culture assistant at City of Helsingborg