Friday, November 29, 2013

Hypnotherapist to talk about power of hypnosis

Edd Schultz, a hypnotherapist who works in Kirtland, likes to compare the mind to an iceberg.

There's the tip above the water's surface, and it looks powerful and impressive. That's the conscious.

But there's a much larger, more powerful structure underneath the water that supports the tip we can see. That's the subconscious.

Most people think they know their own mind, but they're just looking at the tip of the iceberg.

Schultz will be taking people beneath the surface during Mentor Public Library's Monday University at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 2 at the library's Main Branch.
Schultz will discuss the ways that hypnosis can be used to address a range of common problems, including insomnia, weight loss and quitting smoking.

Schultz will also talk about how hypnosis can be uses to change bad habits, control stress, cope with pain and otherwise use the power of the mind as an alternative to traditional therapies.

You're welcome to join us if you're interested, or even merely curious, in hypnosis.

The talk is free and open to the public, though we do ask that people register for it beforehand. You can register by calling the Mentor Public Library at (440) 255-8811 ext. 215 or on the library's web site.
Edd Schultz will talk about the power of hypnosis Monday, Dec. 2, at the Mentor Public Library.

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