Hypnotherapy seminar Saturday at Kingfisher

Clinical hypnotherapist Jeannie Spencer will hold a seminar Saturday to help people travel forward in time to create the future they want.

Clinical hypnotherapist Jeannie Spencer will hold a seminar this Saturday to help people travel forward in time to create the future they want.

Using mind mapping tools and clinical hypnosis, she will help people build the foundation of deliberate creation. In the seminar at the Kingfisher Resort, participants will experience what it feels like to turn off the outside world and to go inside. It is in this place you will learn to tap into your most joyful future.

As a certified clinical hypnotherapist , Jeannie has helped hundreds of people to overcome unhealthy behaviours and negative thought patterns by utilizing the power of their own minds.

Saturday’s seminar runs from 10 a.m. till 4:30 p.m.

To register, visit http://invisionyourbeliefs.eventbrite.com. Contact Jeannie Spencer directly at 250-702-4769.

— Jeannie Spencer

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