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Southwest Light Center offers hypnotherapy, creative writing classes

Did you ever think about managing your stress through hypnosis? How about exploring past lives? Hypnotherapy is also a tool for healing the wounds of childhood, discovering inner wisdom and making clear decisions in life as well as maintaining healthy behavior.

Starting the first week of November, the nonprofit Southwest Light and Learning Center will launch its first six-week session of classes with “Hypnotherapy, An Introduction to Healing” and “Creative Manifestation through the Short Story.”

Attend a free lecture on Friday, Nov. 5, at 6:30 p.m. at the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (in the Greenbriar shopping center) on “Healing through Hypnotherapy” with Ilene Haykus, MA, CHT, who has taught professional hypnotherapy certification trainings and holds a master’s degree in psychology from Antioch University.

Ilene will teach “Hypnotherapy” from Nov. 6 through Dec. 18 on Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $180. However, you can take each class individually for $35. You can register for her class at Southwest Light Center’s Web site, or by calling director Annie Miller, 759-2983, or the instructor at 731-0553.

“Creating what you want in life is as easy as sitting down and writing a short story,” according to author Ann Ulrich Miller, who on Thursday evenings, beginning Nov. 4, will teach “Creative Manifestation through the Short Story,” from 6:30 to 8:30. Cost is $120. Individual classes may be taken for $25.

In this class you will learn the structure of short story writing and how to stay inspired while you learn a valuable tool for manifesting your dreams. Class discussion includes reading and critiquing each other’s work and teacher evaluation of fun and inspiring assignments. Miller has published nine books, eight of which are novels, and holds a B.A. in English with a creative writing emphasis from Michigan State University.

Register for this class by calling the instructor at 759-2983 or signing up at the website. Southwest Light and Learning Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit institute for higher awareness. If you are interested in teaching a six-week class in January, or have an idea for a workshop or seminar, call 759-2983.