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Journey into Past Lives – An Intro to Past Life Hypnotherapy

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When:

  • Wed 9 Jan ’13, 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Where:

School of Divine Energy Medicine, 325 Willis St, Wellington

Restrictions:

All Ages

In this seminar you will embark on an exploration of the concept of past lives, as David and Sharon take you through the journey of past life hypnotherapy. They will discuss and share case studies of past life therapy sessions that they have both undertaken as hypnotherapists as well as experienced directly through their own personal journeys. You will also hear about the journey into soul state and the wealth of knowledge and information that exists there, as well as the soul experience itself. David and Sharon will then open up the session for any questions you may wish to ask.

By attending this workshop you'll learn/experience:
- About the concept of past lives and their role in our lives today
- How our mind works and how we access past lives through the sub-conscious
- About the process of past life exploration
- About the therapy of past life regression
- Hear about past life case studies
- The journey to the soul state
- What is soul state wisdom?
- What is womb regression?
- The energy of past lives

Presenters:
David Candy & Sharon Cavill are both internationally recognised holistic hypnotherapists, hypnoenergetics practitioners, past life regression hypnotherapists, meditation teachers, and reiki master / teachers. They run a full-time practice in Seatoun and also facilitate many workshops, classes & courses with the School of Divine Energy Medicine. For more information please visit: www.wakinglife.co.nz or visit www.divineenergymedicine.co.nz

To book your spot contact Sharon & David at contact@wakinglife.co.nz or phone 022 059 4807 and 022 059 4808.

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