• World Hypnotism Day Proclamation Event Helps Richmond Food Bank Kick Start 2012 Food Drive!
Having realized the making of a New Year resolution means to resolve or make a decision to make a change in one’s life, Master Virginian hypnotist Keith Menchel will on January 4th spearhead a group of area hypnotists who’s be celebrating World Hypnotism Day, that is being held under the theme “Keep the Resolution Alive”.
“Even though the event is in recognition of World Hypnotism Day, there are three other equally important reasons for hosting this event. First, we’ll be helping attendants to keep the New Year resolution they have made alive through a series of discussions and hypnotic readings,” said Keith, who is Chairperson of the Central Virginia Chapter of the National Guild of Hypnotists.
“Secondly, we’ll also be using 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. hypnosis event scheduled for the Lewis Ginter Recreation Association at 3421 Hawthorne Avenue in Richmond to kick start the Richmond Food Bank collection drive,” added Keith, who has studied Hypnosis, NLP, EFT and other healing modalities for the past 10 years.
According to the NGH certified hypnotist, they’ll be asking persons in attendance to make a monetary and food donations towards ensuring that the food bank remain well stocked and ready to respond to a particular crisis or emergency.
Thirdly, through the efforts of Hypnotist Keith Menchel and Mayor Dwight C. Jones of Richmond, Virginia, there will be the officially proclamation of January 4, 2012 as Virginia’s World Hypnotism Day, which is designed to bring increased awareness to the profession of Hypnosis.
The free “Keep the Resolution Alive” individual and group hypnosis demonstrations is also aimed at helping persons make 2012 their best year yet.
“Come in with your New Year’s Resolution and we’ll help you to keep it,” noted Keith, whose aim is to also us the demonstrations to help persons remove any doubts they may have about hypnosis.
Arguing that hypnosis is simply one of the natural abilities all persons are endowed with, Keith said that by learning how to access one’s subconscious mind will make personal changes that stick. Besides, the knowledge and understanding gained from the day’s activities will keep people minds stress free to deal with the challenges and hurdles ahead.
Keith, who established his practice in Richmond in 2007, has since been helping Virginians to change their thoughts and behaviors to create a more healthy and happy life.
For further information, please contact: Keith Menchel, Consulting Hypnotist, 804-677-4237, Keith@KeithMenchelHypnosis.com, or visit www.keithmenchelhypnosis.com)