There is good unknown and bad unknown. The “good” unknown can be things like roller coasters, zip lines, or horror movies. A “bad” unknown can include final exams, public speaking, fear of failure, or relationships. Why do we fear the unknown? And what role, if any, does the phenomenon of “dark matter” play in our fears?
Explore these questions when mesmerizing mentalists Rich and Marielle Aimes present their interactive psychological workshop “Journey Into the Unknown” at Northeast State Community College on April 17. The event features THREE free workshops scheduled at 10:30 a.m., noon, and 7:00 p.m. at the Regional Center for the Performing Arts on the Blountville campus, 2425 Highway 75.
Audiences will experience bizarre phenomenon of controlling ectoplasm, telekinesis (moving objects with mental energy), two-person telepathy and the manipulation of unseen forces. The workshop gives everyone tools to deal effectively with the unknown and even make those scary unknowns fun and positive. This is an interactive show for entertainment purposes only.
A board-certified hypnotist with the National Board of Hypnotist Education and Certification (NBHEC), Rich Aimes studied psychology and theater as an undergraduate college student. As a student of hypnosis, he trained in Los Angeles and Florida with some of the top hypnotists in the country. Marielle, his wife and stage partner, is also a board certified hypnotist with NBHEC.
The workshops are open to the public. For more information, contact 423.279.7669 or e-mail jpkelly@NortheastState.edu.