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Spiritual Energy Transformation, New Name for Healing Business

May 30, 2016 04:15PM

Johanna Alley

Spiritual Hypnosis & Healing Hands, of Tucson, has recently changed its name to Spiritual Energy Transformation. “Spiritual Hypnosis & Healing Hands offered hypnosis and energy work. Sometimes it has been difficult for clients to choose which type of session would most benefit them and produce the desired results,” explains owner Johanna Alley. “Now Spiritual Energy Transformation incorporates both into one quality energy session for you to receive what you need to begin making your changes. The name change reflects this.”

“You might seek out spiritual/metaphysical sessions because nothing else is helping to achieve the transformations you want in your life. If you are not accustomed to meditation or paying attention to insights from your Higher Self intuition, help is needed from someone who will facilitate this process,” says Alley. “These sessions provide a safe environment for you to hear the insights—sometimes painful—so you may begin to make better choices to achieve the transformation you desire.”

Those seeking transformation in life can book an appointment for Spiritual Energy Transformation with Alley, who has a lifetime of experience “stepping off cliffs”, understands the stress and fear and has experienced the satisfaction of achieving beneficial change.

For more information, call 520-370-1306, email [email protected] or visit JohannaAlley.com. See ad, page 11.

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