Try hyp­no­sis to re­solve con­flicts

Me­di­a­tion cen­ter host­ing brown-bag lunch pre­sen­ta­tion

Hawaii Tribune Herald - - COMMUNITY -

The non­profit Ku‘ikahi Me­di­a­tion Cen­ter is host­ing a free talk from noon-1 p.m. Thurs­day in the Of­fice of the Pros­e­cut­ing At­tor­ney in Hilo as part of its “Find­ing So­lu­tions, Grow­ing Peace” Brown Bag Lunch Se­ries.

This month’s speaker is Su­san Bam­bara on the topic “The Path to Peace is an Inside Job: In­ner Con­flict Res­o­lu­tion Us­ing Hyp­no­sis.”

Want to have a fun ex­pe­ri­ence while learn­ing more about how the process of hyp­no­sis can help you achieve a calmer state of mind?

“Learn how cre­at­ing and keep­ing peace within you helps res­onate peace on earth,” said Bam­bara, who will dis­cuss the ben­e­fits of hyp­no­sis, share an in­stant in­ner con­flict res­o­lu­tion tech­nique and walk par­tic­i­pants through a re­lax­ing mini-trance.

Bam­bara has a bach­e­lor of arts de­gree from Cal­i­for­nia State Univer­sity at Northridge and is a clin­i­cal con­sult­ing hyp­no­tist/cer­ti­fied hyp­nother­a­pist. She uses mind-har­ness­ing hyp­no­sis tech­niques to cre­ate in­ner bal­ance and peace.

As owner of the Hypno Spa — “A Re­treat for the Mind” — Bam­bara is ded­i­cated to help­ing peo­ple with or­di­nary prob­lems use the self-em­pow­er­ing process of hyp­no­sis. She also is a pro­fes­sion­ally trained vol­un­teer me­di­a­tor at Ku‘ikahi.

“Hyp­no­sis truly helps or­di­nary peo­ple with or­di­nary prob­lems,” Bam­bara said.

Ku‘ikahi’s Brown Bag Lunch Se­ries is free and open to the pub­lic. At­ten­dees are en­cour­aged to bring their own lunch and en­joy an in­for­mal and ed­u­ca­tional talk-story ses­sion with oth­ers.

The talks are the third Thurs­day of each month at the pros­e­cu­tor’s of­fice, 655 Ki­lauea Ave. The se­ries is made pos­si­ble thanks in part to fund­ing from the Atherton Fam­ily Foun­da­tion.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Ku‘ikahi pro­gram co­or­di­na­tor Al-Qawi Ma­ji­dah at 935-7844, ext. 3, or ma­ji­dah@ hawai­i­me­di­a­, or visit www.hawai­i­me­di­


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