Rev. Janet I. Decker is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church in Modesto, CA, and is a dean of metaphysics at The International Metaphysical University.  She is also a certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and a certified Hypnoanesthesia therapist.

A graduate of The Institute of Ethical and Clinical Hypnosis in Washington, D.C., she is creator and publisher of 10 hypnosis self-help and spiritual development resources. A qualified forensic hypnotist, Rev. Decker has worked with various law enforcement agencies, as well as persons in the private sector, to help witnesses and victims of crime or accidents to recover repressed or forgotten information. She is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, the American Association of Behavioral Therapists, and the United Metaphysical Churches.

Topics in this hour include: The International Metaphysical University, and its development; the role world religions play in the curriculum at IMU; the mystical component of religious traditions; consciousness; how we are part of a greater consciousness, but often do not realize it; consciousness in relation to healing; Decker’s discovery of her interest in hypnosis; how she found it more helpful than psychology; how it affects consciousness; how hypnosis allows her to help heal clients; the spirituality of this work; her role as a minister; psychic and intuitive development; how any one can develop these faculties; Carole’s weekly tip for your spiritual toolbelt; and more.

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