Hi Everyone! Here’s the Latest from IMU:
1. Professional Hypnotherapy Training and Certification workshop at Camp Etna
- Instructor: Rev. Janet I Decker, C.Ht.
- When: September 1 – 6 · 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
- Where: Camp Etna * Etna, Maine
This 6 day intensive will train you in the art/science of spiritual and clinical hypnosis including self-hypnosis. Students will learn how to hypnotize another person, create powerful mind-programming suggestions, work in the Higher-Self and counsel clients. Students will also learn how to set up an office, how to market a practice, and receive an introduction to past-life regression.
Upon completion students will receive certification from the International Metaphysical University (IMU) and qualify for board certification through the International Hypnosis Federation. Click Here for more information on IHF.
2. Starworks USA UFO Symposium
Bringing you back to the future! Back to Laughlin, Nevada with all your favorite headline speakers. November 14-16 2014 at the Aquarius Casino Resort. Register now and don’t miss out as tickets are limited. Click Here for information.
3. IMU is the sponsor of Sane Talk.
This Week’s Guest: Lee McCormick – Dreaming Heaven
iHeart Radio and the Women 4 Women Radio Network with 6 million global listeners daily, host Joyce M. Jackson’s weekly radio show, Sane Talk. For more information Click Here. Sane Talk supports IMU and you can listen Thursdays at 1pm PDT/4pm EDT by Clicking Here.
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