Diane Ross’s interest in altered states of consciousness began in 1970, when she first started meditating. It was at that time that she began experiencing the power of the unconscious mind.
She received her Bachelor’s degree in 1971 and her Master’s degree in 1974, graduating cum laude from California State University at Long Beach. In 1983 she moved to Orlando, Florida, where she currently has a private practice in hypnosis and teaches meditation. She also conducts sessions in group hypnosis in the hopes that more and more people will experience the benefits of expanded states of consciousness. Author of Meditations for Miracles, Diane also recorded more than 60 self-hypnosis and meditation CDs. She is certified through the National Guild of Hypnotists and The American Board of Hypnotherapy. Diane is also a charter member of the Hypnosis Educational Association and was a member of the International Association of Regression and Research Therapies before it disbanded.