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A Mindful Approach to Self-Hypnosis   

In-Person Class:  The Elderwise classroom at the Vineyard Church.


A Mindful Approach to Self-Hypnosis:  Accessing Your Inner Resources


Being intentional and mindful implies being aware of one’s own inner resources for learning, growing, healing, and effecting beneficial change. Research reveals that self-hypnosis, and other forms of inner quieting, induces many benefits. Self-hypnosis can be used for the purpose of reducing anxiety, increasing connectedness and empathy with self and others, freeing a person to extend forgiveness, valuing and using anger in a positive way, arousing feelings and cognitions of gratitude, improving memory and clarity of thinking, reducing pain, and providing an overall sense of well-being. In this class we will explore and experience this gentle and natural state of consciousness, a mindfulness of and appreciation for self.  


Mary Pratt Miller, PhD, is a licensed professional counselor. She has been in private clinical practice since 1981, now in Northville, Michigan. She is an active member of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association, and the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH).


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