URI GELLER has instructed Eddie Jones he can repair England’s psychological fragility together with his magic powers.
And the legendary spoon-bender additionally referred to as on SunSport readers to ship their optimistic ideas by way of THIS PAPER to assist Jones’ bottlers forward of the World Cup in Japan later this yr.
Israeli illusionist Geller supplied his providers after England crashed from 31-Zero up towards Scotland on Saturday to scrape a 38-38 draw on this season’s remaining Six Nations recreation at Twickenham.
Jones stated after the Calcutta Cup collapse that he would usher in a thoughts coach.
And world-famous psychic Geller stated: “If Eddie Jones is open-minded then I can meet the gamers and I can energise them.
“Typically there’s a collective psychological block, which isn’t straightforward to launch, and when this occurs the entire group is down. Inform Eddie Jones he has nothing to lose and Uri Geller might help him.
“I’d come into the dressing room, I’d construct up a perception system, bend a spoon for them, do one thing paranormal to make them imagine what I do is actual after which I’d encourage them.
“I’d look into their eyes — like a subliminal, hypnotic awakening — and inform them to visualise themselves profitable on a regular basis.
‘I CAN ENERGISE THEM’
“One thing like this takes me perhaps 11 minutes. This isn’t an extended course of, I wouldn’t have to sit down down with them for hours.
“If Eddie Jones doesn’t invite me then, by way of your Solar readers, they might help by sending their mind-power and power to the gamers. I’m an enormous believer within the skill to switch and transmit power to folks.”
Geller, 72, has used his spooky powers earlier than within the sporting world.
The previous Exeter Metropolis chairman controversially MOVED the ball when Gary McAllister missed a penalty towards England at Euro 96 — however he has vowed by no means to intrude in that approach once more. So there isn’t a approach Jones might ask him to verify their opposition drop the ball and cough up tries.
Talking from Israel, Geller stated: “I’ve been requested many instances to assist soccer groups with the ability of my thoughts.
“However since that point I did one thing extremely, extremely unethical — once I moved the soccer from Gary McAllister’s foot — it was unethical as I bodily interfered with the sport with my thoughts energy.
“So I’ll by no means do one thing like that once more however I’ll encourage the England rugby gamers if requested.
POWER OF THE MIND
“I can’t point out names however I additionally meet up with among the most well-known footballers on this planet. You’d know who they’re.
“They arrive to me, this isn’t a enterprise and I don’t cost. I train them motivation and visualisation.
“The visualisation is essential and I’d advise the England rugby coach to run the gamers by way of a visualisation session. See them profitable, see them lifting up cups and trophies.
“When you can go someplace together with your thoughts, you’ll be able to go there together with your physique. No matter you visualise you’ll be able to materialise. You may win more often than not in case you are in that state of mind.
“However it’s a matter of you all being collectively in that state of mind on the similar time. I’d additionally give them a talisman to maintain within the dressing room. I’ve accomplished this lots of of instances and one thing optimistic occurs.
“You don’t win a match due to a crystal nevertheless it turns into a device in your thoughts.”
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Former CIA spook Geller believes his powers would give England a huge psychological boost having also worked with some of the biggest names in sport.
He added: “I started with Muhammad Ali 45 years ago. I have coached world-class Formula One drivers, boxers and footballers — they have been Spanish, Brazilian, Portuguese and German.
“Most sports people who are world class in their field are open-minded. They are superstitious.”