Salt Lake City Subconscious Online Group Mind Rewire Course & Video Release

Salt Lake City energy healing practice Mind Rewire announced the launch of online group healing sessions and courses. Energy healer Christy Mattoon has also released a new video that showcases the process of mind reprogramming through a client's experience.

Midway, United States - November 9, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Salt Lake City area energy healing practice Mind Rewire announced the launch of a new online group subconscious change healing course and a video. The course is led by remote energy healer and energy psychology practitioner Christy Mattoon.

More information about Mind Rewire is available at https://mindrewire.samcart.com/products/do-the-impossible-live-stream-series

The Mind Rewire group healing course is built on the concept that the body is the subconscious mind and the practice of intuitive mind reprogramming. The course empowers participants to recognize and transform thoughts and feelings to achieve a new personal reality.

Christy Mattoon provides guidance and correction, empowering participants through a series of modules that connect physical, emotional, and spiritual facets to achieve personal healing. The course covers recognizing and working with the subconscious and soul to effect real physical and mental change.

The new video that demystifies subconscious mind programming is available at this link:

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Online group healing involves a shift from negative thought patterns and limiting beliefs towards letting go of trauma and struggle. Christy Mattoon facilitates the learning and use of powerful tools for subconscious change. The focus of the online sessions is healing from stuck emotions and negative thought patterns in a calming yet vibrant and soul-rejuvenating environment.

According to a spokesperson for Park City, UT energy healing consultant, “We are delighted to welcome people to our online group healing course. The course serves as a vehicle to achieve clarity, compassion, personal joy, and experience transformation from within, avoiding repeated misdiagnoses of physical manifestations and endless cycles of unnecessary medication.”

Christy Mattoon is a Salt Lake City Midway, UT subconsciousness expert who has worked with people from more than 13 countries and 25 US states. She is a two-time bestselling author of “Change – Rewire Your Mind” and “How to Combat Autoimmune Disease and WIN.” She is a certified nutritional adviser, physical trainer, and integrative whole-body therapist.

More information is available at https://mindrewire.samcart.com/products/do-the-impossible-live-stream-series

Contact Info:
Name: Christy Mattoon
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Organization: Mind Rewire
Address: 204 E 100 N, Midway, UT 84049, United States
Phone: +1-303-960-5903
Website: https://Mindrewire.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933033

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