Hypnotherapist to lecture in SH
Do you believe that we have been here before or do some sights seem familiar to you or are you just curious about hypnosis?
Nationally certified hypnotherapist and Reiki Master Diane Pryor may have some of the answers for you if you have wondered about this as she shares her experiences in studying past life regression through hypnosis at the Summit Hill Heritage Center's fall lecture series on Friday, September 30 at 7 p.m.
"Since the age of two, I have had a myriad of paranormal experiences and it created a lifelong interest in the supernatural," said Pryor in an interview. As she grew up she absorbed everything she could find about the ideas of reincarnation and past-life regression.
She began hypnotizing subjects over several years to determine the proof of reincarnation and after an exhaustive search for experiences, she found some subjects who provided information she could verify through research including her own experience which dates back to the French Revolution.
In addition to her running her therapy and healing arts business Serenity Bay, www.serenitybay.org, Pryor is an English teacher since 1988 although she had a hiatus to study massage therapy and receive her certifications in that and later served on the faculty of Lehigh Valley College in Center Valley teaching massage therapy in their prestigious program. She also received her hypnotherapy certification and reiki certifications during her hiatus and practices all three disciplines in her private business.
Pryor firmly believes now that there is life after death and she and her husband Kieran dedicate much of their free time to investigating cases involving paranormal phenomena and helping spirits cross to the other side.
Her lecture on past life regression and experiences during her many years of studying past lives and the cases with her clients is the discussion for Friday evening's lecture. The lecture is free but donations to help support the lecture series and to benefit the building for the Heritage center are always appreciated. The Center is located at 1 W. Hazard Street in Summit Hill. For more information, contact David at (570) 657-0792.