Romane coming to Chilliwack

Professional hypnotist promises to help smokers quit

Mark Twain said “it is easy to stop smoking. I have done it 1000 times.” Do you want to stop smoking once and for all? Want to lose weight? Relieve Stress?

Hypnotist Romane is Canada’s most well known hypnosis seminar speaker, and he is coming to Chilliwack, appearing at the Coast Chilliwack Hotel at 2 p.m. on Feb.21.

According to Romane, a professional hypnotist can guide your attention to concentrate so powerfully on the voice of the hypnotist that you want to follow his instructions. Following instructions of a physician, a physiotherapist, a trainer or coach can prove most difficult for most people. They will say “I know what to do, but I can’t seem to do it.” The reason why it is so hard, Romane said, is because people’s will power using the conscious mind comes and goes, mostly goes.

“The real power to realize goals that you never thought possible before comes from the subconscious mind, and this is easy to release with professional hypnotism. I take time to train people how to be hypnotized. This is much different than a hypnosis show that moves rapidly for entertainment. Being hypnotized at my seminar is so easy that a child can do it.”

Vance Romane is now semi-retired, but said that he cannot stop helping people because he receives so many requests for help. He says he has helped more people in Canada to stop smoking in the past 50 years than anyone else in the world. In fact, in Winnipeg, he presented the world’s largest stop smoking seminar at the Centennial Concert Hall for 1500 smokers.

On his website, www.vanceromane.com, he offers 10 free tips to stop smoking, 10 more tips to lose weight, and 10 to manage and relieve stress, as well as information on hypnotism.

Advance tickets are $79 plus tax and are available online at TicketWeb.ca or charge by phone 1-888-222-6608 (ticket seller fees will be added).   Tickets are also available at the door for $115.

For more information on Romane, his seminars, his recordings, and free tips on gaining control over smoking, weight, and everyday stress, visit: www.vanceromane.com.

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