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Page 18 April Edition Seven Lakes News “If you correct your mind, the rest of your life will fall into place.” Cynthia Dannar, Certifi ed Clinical Hypnotherapist and owner of Dannar Hypnotherapy Clinic in Pinehurst, deeply embodies that philosophy. “Our mission,” Dannar says, “is to help our clients achieve that state of inner peace.” The practice of Hypnotherapy focuses on moving someone from a place of internal dissonance towards a state of wholeness and well-being. Dannar refers to herself simply as “the facilitator.” She is trained to help pull out from her clients their power from within. Lao Tzu. healing the body. Peace is health.” Dannar, a graduate of the Institute of Interpersonal Hypnotherapy, completed over 600 hours of intensive study and 150 hours of hands on practicals. She was privileged to have studied under the acclaimed and accomplished Matthew Brownstein. “It was such an honor to be mentored by someone so respected in the fi eld of Hypnotherapy.” Hypnosis has been recognized as a valid medical treatment by the American Medical Association since 1958. As a Clinical Hypnotherapist, In Hypnotherapy, that is the pathway to healing. Inner confl icts are released. That desire within each of us for acceptance, forgiveness and love has permission to unfold. Dannar refers to that mindbody connection as “Truth Talk.” Cynthia Dannar established her practice in Pinehurst in 2016. Prior to that, Dannar states that she had been praying for years to fi nd her purpose. Dannar herself had been through a period of emotional pain. Fortunately, she experienced the joy of coming out on the other side of that darkness. When she was nudged to explore Hypnotherapy, Dannar knew she had found her calling. “I knew this was something that would enable me to help those who “suffer in silence.” Hypnotherapy is a mind-body connection. “It is not being spelled into clucking like a chicken, “assures Dannar.” “The client is still in complete control. They are simply allowing themselves to release the hurts.” A Certifi ed Clinical Hypnotherapist will induce the client into a state of hypnosis. This allows communication with our subconscious mind. “Truth talk happens,” says Dannar. “Freeing the mind of negative thoughts and emotions leads to Dannar helps clients with quitting smoking, weight loss, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, addiction, grief and loss, fear, sleep disorders and performance anxiety – from the classroom to the golf course to the podium. Dannar’s therapy starts with the fi rst phone call. Her calming, comforting voice brings reassurance to the most skeptical of clients. “Openness to receive healing is key to achieving success in therapy,” asserts Dannar. “That and knowing Hypnosis does works – for all ages.” Medical science acknowledges the body’s innate intelligence to heal itself. Dannar’s mission is to help people journey towards the source of its healing. The power of the mind is admittedly beyond understanding, but it is there. Hypnotherapy is designed to seek, fi nd and use that inner strength. Dannar Hypnotherapy Clinic operates on appointment-only basis. Phone: 910-215-5563. Located at 325 Page Road. Building 3, suite 206, Pinehurst. By: Kathy Mason

Seven Lakes News April Edition Page 19 In Seven Lakes SEVEN LAKES NEWS CORPORATION Publisher / Editor Victoria Levinger Copy Editor Brian Jameson Save Our Sandhills To Present Program On Solar Energy Graphic Design MBC Design Inc. Rascal Design Group Suncoast Press Inc. Contributing Writers Rick Levinger Millie Jameson Kathy Mason North Carolina now ranks second in the nation in solar energy production, but many of our citizens are still learning about this new technology and what it means for our landscape. On the one hand, solar energy is regarded as a prime example of clean and renewable energy. On the other hand, we sometimes hear voices that are not so positive. Among the latter are those who point to the loss of farmland and the accompanying potential to damage local agricultural infrastructure systems (feed, seed, fertilizer, and equipment suppliers, etc.). To help us navigate through these issues, Save Our Sandhills will present a program on April 26 giving an overview of solar energy. Speaking and leading the discussion will be Tiffany Hartung, who is the Climate and Energy Policy Manager for the NC Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. T he meeting will be at 7:00 PM on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at the Southern Pines Civic Club, at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Ashe Street. Refreshments will be served. Staff Reporter Brittany Samuels Contributing Photographer Rich Kerns Seven Lakes News is published twelve times annually by Seven Lakes News Corporation. Any reproduction in part or in whole of any part of the publication is prohibited without the express written consent of the publisher. Seven Lakes News Corporation PO Box 1191 West End, NC 27376 ----------------- 910-685-0320 © Copyright 2017. The public is invited. For more information call 281-5272

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