We are happy to announce that Hypnotic Solutions Hypnosis Center has moved to our new location at the Braithe Center… a spiritual farm located in the the Scott’s Hill area in the coastal town of Wilmington, North Carolina. Surrounded by wetlands and wildlife, this tranquil nature setting allows you to breathe new life into your soul!
Bryn Blankinship, CMHt, CI is the founder of Hypnotic Solutions Hypnosis Center. She is a CertifIed Master Hypnotherapist, Int’l Certified Hypnosis Instructor and author. Bryn developed and teaches HypnoSkillets© and Past Life HypnoRegression© certification courses and offers private sessions in both clinical and transpersonal hypnosis, past life hypnoregression© and Life Between Lives Spiritual Regression.
Transpersonal HypnoRegression© is a client-centered approach where one goes within to discover and resolve blocks that are holding one back from achieving goals. The answers lie within the client. Where the mind goes, the body follows. Discovering these blockages (old/outgrown behaviors), one may move beyond them, changing the old habits and beliefs to create new ones that work better for this current stage in their lives.
Hypnosis offers an effective, relaxing, drug-free choice for accessing the deeper wisdom within to resolve personal issues and create positive change. It is a wonderful tool for working with stress relief/management, fears and worries, weight release, smoking cessation, sleeplessness, anger, grief, self-esteem, public speaking, goal setting and many other things that one desires to change.
Millions of people have found hypnosis to be an effective way to stop smoking, lose weight, reduce stress and make life changes. It is becoming more widely used by medical and health professionals as part of a comprehensive approach to well-being as the benefits of the mind/body connection become more evident. Today, hypnosis is used in a variety of professions, including: medicine, dentistry, law enforcement, entertainment, professional sports and education.
“Life was never meant to be a struggle, just a gentle progression from one point to another, much like walking through a valley on a sunny day.” ~Stuart Wilde