Eureka, CA (PressExposure) December 27, 2011 -- In a free teleseminar on January 4 at Noon PT, Certified Hypnotist Dave Berman presents tips and techniques for going beyond New Year's resolutions and enabling meaningful personal development to be easy. This live event, called "Getting Past Barriers To Change and Allowing It To Be Easy," is hosted by interviewer Scott "Q" Marcus. It is open to the public but requires advance registration at http://thistimeimeanit.com/register.
"The beginning of a new year is a common time for Americans to pursue personal change," said Marcus, Chief Recovering Perfectionist at ThisTimeIMeanIt.com. "Dave and I have talked extensively about this topic and how it complements the other interviews in my teleseminar series. Since January 4 is World Hypnotism Day it is the ideal occasion for people everywhere to embrace becoming who they desire to be with the simplicity and ease of taking a breath."
Berman, who is also a Life Coach and Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), will demonstrate the power of the visual and auditory senses to affect feelings, mood, and motivation.
"The mind/body connection is so complete," explained Berman "it is truly a single integrated system. And just as practicing physical acts leads to 'muscle memory," rehearsing sensory experiences associated with goals builds 'sensory memory' that contributes to manifesting desired outcomes in life while feeling good along the way."
This event continues ThisTimeIMeanIt.com's on-going series of inspirational conversations with experts from all walks of life. The interactive discussions offer listeners insights and practical action steps for moving beyond perceived limitations, plus the opportunity to volunteer questions and comments for the host and guest. Previous topics have included better family relationships, overcoming negative self-talk, and re-igniting your passion.
For more information about hypnosis, NLP, and Berman's life coaching practice, visit http://www.ManifestPositivity.com. Pre-register for Marcus's interview with Berman at http://thistimeimeanit.com/register.
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