A new mindset app backed by celebrities has launched with a star-studded event.

‘The Manifestation App’ has been created by London duo Robert Hisee (pictured, right), an unconscious mind therapist aged 46, and 25-year-old entrepreneur Ted Lawlor (left, with UFC fighter Michael Bisping centre).

They said the app combines their expertise and experience with self-development and manifestation to create a platform to help people turn their dreams into reality.

Now available on the Apple App Store, it features conversations with celebrities including UFC Hall of Famer Michael Bisping, Olympians Dame Kelly Holmes and Lutalo Muhammad, and footwear entrepreneur Tommy Mallet, who appeared on The Only Way is Essex.

Features include ‘Mani’, the world’s first AI ‘Manifestation Mentor’ that is available 24/7, and ‘The Temple’, an in-house social media platform.

The app also includes a digital version of the co-founders’ bestselling journal ‘The Manifestation Journal’, which they say was loved by thousands across the globe, including celebrities such as TOWIE’s Amy Childs, The Apprentice’s Tom Skinner and female boxer Ebanie Bridges.

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It was launched at a celebrity-backed private reveal party at The Greek Meze 2 in Sidcup, South London, supported by the likes of Kerry Katona, Stephanie Davis and Skinner, with a speech from TV chef Greg Wallace. 

“I’ve worked on the minds of thousands of people, from mums with anxiety to celebrities with agoraphobia, and they all have one thing in common – a lack of focus on a compelling future,” said Hisee.

Lawlor, founder of If Only They Knew – a ‘hub for young business minds to become informed and inspired’ – added: “We have worked on this app for almost two years, leveraging revolutionary AI technology to ensure this app truly is a game changer.

“From our AI chatbot to our in-house social media platform, there really is no mindset app out there that comes close to ours.”

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