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A Revolutionary Approach to Trauma Resolution Therapy

We do not get over trauma, we get through trauma.

The average person holds the static energy of trauma in many sites within the body. These dense energies hold immense power resulting in emotional and physical illness.

Holographic Memory Resolution (HMR), a gentle, client-centered process, allows resolution of painful emotions and physical illnesses due to traumatic events without “reliving” the event or affecting historical memory. The result is release, recovery and mind-body healing. Experience a deeper sense of peace and freedom from pain after an HMR session.

Learn HMR strategies to help eliminate “stuck patterns”, self-defeating behaviors, negative thinking and unresolved issues due to trauma.

A three-day HMR Training Workshop will be held April 20 to 22, at Carondelet Center, in St. Paul, for both professionals and non-professionals and particularly those individuals interested in Integrative Medicine and Energy Psychology.

Tuition: $500 with a $250 deposit. 24 CEs available. Location: 1890 Randolph Ave., St. Paul. For more information on HMR or its developer, Brent Baum, visit HealingDimensions.com. To register, call 224-558-4342.

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