Wednesday, October 10th -- HYPNOTIC JOURNEY: ENTER THE NOW
with Elizabeth Traina
Explore new tools for self awareness + go on a hypnotic journey into the subconscious and awaken to the aliveness of the here and now. Learn how to shift out of thoughts of the past or future, discern the difference between the frequency of vision vs. fantasy, attachment vs. trust.
Heal the ego structure of compulsive thoughts and projections and anchor presence in a state of being rooted in your most essential authentic self, beyond time structure, forever in the infinite now. Dive into the subconscious and access your blue-print-level reality with invitations to activate awareness to new levels of authentic power, multi dimensional communication and inner peace.
Elizabeth Traina is a working artist, award-winning muralist, lightworker and workshop facilitator. Elizabeth works with individuals, groups, and spaces offering her gifts motivated by guiding principles that enable consciousness awakening and sovereign activation. From early on, Elizabeth's career was rooted in a civic-engaged public practice, utilizing art as a vehicle to support movements for social change. In 2009, Elizabeth created her Art & Consciousness Curriculum, integrating mindfulness development into her innovative community building workshops and training. She has contributed to programs in the San Francisco Bay Area, New Orleans, Brooklyn, NYC as well as engaging audiences abroad. Elizabeth's education extends beyond her formal art and education training in New York, Vermont, and Italy. During the past fifteen years, she has worked closely with master healers to become a certified Reiki Healer and Hypnotherapist trained with Paul Aurand Transpersonal and Past Life Regression Hypnotherapy. Currently, Elizabeth resides in Brooklyn, NY where she holds a private healing practice, working with clients and groups. Additionally, Elizabeth maintains an active studio art practice where she explores themes relative to personal and collective awakening. Her paintings, murals and multimedia installations serve as instruments for discovery and renewal.