Have you been doing lots of healing for yourself but still feel stuck? When we get to the place of frustration that “nothing works,” the answer usually lies in the subconscious mind. While therapy and other healing modalities are beneficial in deep ways, sometimes we need to go deeper. If there is a belief/thought pattern that was instilled deeply in you, often from a young age, it will require accessing the subconscious mind to clear it.
Sadly, hypnosis is also misunderstood. As it has been misrepresented and maligned in the media as being “mind control,” some people are uncomfortable with hypnosis. This is unfortunate as hypnosis is one of the most powerful ways to change and clear deep-seated patterns stored in the subconscious mind!
In this free online workshop on clearing blocks with hypnotherapy, you will learn how hypnosis works, how basically everyone can be hypnotized and how you can even learn to hypnotize yourself to re-program negative thinking.
Together, we will:
Learn about how the subconscious mind works
Experience a hypnotherapy session to clear any subconscious obstacles to finding peace, joy and contentment in your life
Practice flipping “automatic negative thoughts” thoughts that feel better with a powerful writing tool
You will leave this workshop with:
a new sense of hope and peace
“thought reframing” tools you can use in any moment of your life
new, positive thoughts embedded into your subconscious mind!
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 7:30-8:30 pm EST on Zoom videoconference.
Aiming to merge the spiritual with the real world, Rachel Horton White helps spiritually-open people release negative patterns in their lives, with practical tools like mindfulness, energy and intuition exercises, to connect with their true, inner selves. Through her work in Soulful Work Intuitive Consulting, Rachel has written articles for worldwide publications such as Wake Up World, Om Times and Elephant Journal and has a podcast called The Courageous Path. Rachel is a life coach, hypnotherapist, mindfulness teacher, intuitive reader, tree-hugger and angel enthusiast. With a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Wellesley College and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia, Rachel claims her true education came from studying abroad in Dakar, Senegal. Her greatest teachers these days are her two bright-eyed, energetic children in Portland, Maine.
Nice things people have said:
"Whereas other forms of therapy and healing felt like temporary relief, I never experienced true transformation, in every session, as I have with you. I truly know, not just believe, but KNOW that you have been the catalyst to what appears to be the most enlightening, fulfilling and exciting time of my life." - J.J.
“Rachel’s vast knowledge and calm presence are a perfect combination for the work she does. She teaches and explains information in a way that is tangible and immediately applicable to daily life. And, her guided meditations are calming and effective. We look forward to having Rachel back to the Firm very soon!”
— Kate Aucoin, Assistant Director of Human Resources, Verrill Dana LLP