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Past Lives Can Heal Our Present

On November 5 at 7:30pm in Danbury, The Institute for Holistic Health Studies (IHHS) at Western Connecticut State University will present Soul Surfing Though Our Past Lives: Hypnosis and Past Life Regression for Healing. Saundra Cindy Blum, MS, will share stories from her book, Footsteps through the Sands of Time—Past Life Dramas, Present Life
. A book signing will follow the presentation.

Blum will share the insights that we can learn from our past that can help us move forward with grace and ease. As part of this presentation, Blum will lead the audience in a sampling of a past life regression. 

“These are intense times that can feel like chaos, confusion, transition and transformation. What always felt known and safe feels very different right now. What is it that we need to know? What is it that we need to do? How can we feel more grounded and safe?” asks Blum.

Blum is a certified Ericksonian hypnotherapist, past life regression therapist, Reiki practitioner and international lecturer. She holds a Master of Science degree in special education and counseling and a Bachelor of Science degree in English and education. Blum is the co-founder of the Katonah Study Group for Integrative Medicine. She has a private practice in Somers, New York, and trains and certifies past life regressionists in the U.S., India and Italy. Her new book, The Bible Stories through the Eyes of Past Life Regression, will be published soon.

It costs $20 to attend; WCSU students are free with a current WCSU ID. Proceeds from the event will benefit the IHHS.

For more information, call 203-837-8559 or email [email protected]. For tickets, visit or call 203-837-TIXX. Location: Ives Concert Hall, WCSU Midtown campus, 181 White St, Danbury.

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