Here is a playlist of recordings from 2016 that focus on one client who offered the opportunity to demonstrate how the work is conducted with the spirit guide.
The playlist was recorded in the early days of developing the protocol that is now used and will give insights into some of the issues that practical training aims to address.
There are plans to reintroduce courses when the Covid pandemic is over, and we can gather together again for practical group training. I trust this playlist will be helpful for students and prospective trainees to prepare for planned courses to be announced shortly. If you have any question about anything in these recordings, please save them for when the courses are reconvened.
We have recorded 1,000 cases treated with the Remote Spirit Release method. Now the task is to analyse the data and write up the findings. Researchers, scientists and academics will appreciate how time-consuming this is and will understand why we now need to change the focus of our efforts.
With immediate effect, all requests for a remote spirit release procedure are re-directed to our online directory of trained practitioners.
The essential criteria for participation in the next phase of our research are that the patient (participant) must be proposed by a family member (self-referrals are not invited in this phase)
And the patient/participant must be:
Hearing voices (Auditory Voice Hallucinations).
Diagnosed with AVH, psychosis or schizophrenia.
Under supervision from a licensed healthcare professional
The healthcare professional agrees to the patient’s participation
Family members with a loved one who could be a candidate for participation in this next phase are invited to read the project protocol on the Hearing Voices? page.
Creativity comes in many forms. We are all creative in one form or another. Some people are natural poets, musicians, writers, dancers or artists and driven by their innate abilities to create works of art that enhance society or culture. We are entertained by people gifted in the art of film making and storytelling in the cinema and television. Are we so overwhelmed by the outpouring of the creative arts that we are in danger of becoming blase to their gifts? Are we to be merely entertained by the arts, or can they be instrumental in educating and informing us of uncomfortable truths as well?
Creativity can come in the most unexpected and surprising forms. I mention this because I want to offer an example for our subscribers, clients and contributors to consider. Below is a very short film clip made by a very creative filmmaker. This came as a shock and surprise to me because I had no idea just how creative this person is.
His creativity is not for entertainment, but to inform. The clip below was created without any input or creative idea or instruction from anyone else. It wasn’t expected or invited but was created on the impulse and initiative of its creator. His motivation for producing the clip is to make a contribution to inform and educate on a topic that, for some, is taboo. There are those who see films about the paranormal as amusing or entertaining. But for those who have been adversely affected in their health and well-being by something that could be described as paranormal would agree with me that it is far from entertaining.
My research demonstrates that such events are not paranormal at all. In fact, they are surprisingly common and, in that sense, quite normal. My colleagues and I deal with such events every single day in order to help people who need relief and protection from the paranormal and we need creative ways to inform an otherwise uninformed audience.
There are those who would be critical of the short film clip below because it addresses the paranormal in ways that some may not agree with. I beg to differ and I offer this film clip as an example of spontaneous creativity that can inform and educate. What say you?
When nurses see spirits or ‘ghosts’ on the wards are they hallucinating or are they seeing earthbound spirits of the deceased? This research aims to answer this question with scientific investigation.
This research is not funded by the mainstream, we are therefore supported by small monthly contributions from our supporters through the Patreon program. Here is an invitation to either support or participate in our research. Become a Research Collaborator and participate if you are connected with a hospital or university and get involved, or simply pledge your support. All supporters and collaborators are anonymous and no one will be named as a supporter or collaborator unless they wish to take credit for their contribution.
Using our unique Protocol, 80% of cases of suspected spirit possession are resolved in one session lasting an average of just eight minutes. Here is the evidence.
This research was made possible by the contributions of dedicated research collaboration and private pledges of just $10 per month. This is to say a big ‘Thank you‘ to our Patrons for your support during 2019. Without your support this research would not have been possible. For further analysis and case studies join our Patrons and share in our success as we break new ground in the treatment of suspected spirit possession. Click on the link below for the first test report.
Research methods are known and available for medicine to evaluate the efficacy of any medical or therapeutic intervention in the treatment of any specific illness. But no one is conducting research into the efficacy of Spirit Release Therapy or Remote Spirit Release methods in the treatment of mental illness. Why is that so? The diseases are there and the problems associated with treating them are growing. But the remedy is also there, so why is there no research to answer the question ‘Do these methods work?
Here is a conference presentation that explains how a non-conventional treatment method can be integrated with the search for best practice in the treatment of psychosis with research and the training of skilled practitioners to solve the problem. All that is required is a scientific institution, a medical school, a psychiatric clinic or a university psychology research department to take the question seriously. This is an open invitation.
The target of 200 recorded cases of spirit possession for study and analysis has been reached. Researchers with an interest in suspected spirit possession and its relationship with mental illness are invited to analyze the data. Click this link for a histogram of age distribution.
My lecture on Telepathic Hypnosis, delivered to the Society for Psychical Research in June 2018. This lecture gives the historical background on the scientific validity of using hypnosis with telepathy that inspired the remote viewing program of the United States Department of Defense. In this lecture I cite three case studies that demonstrate the potential of this treatment method for healing serious mental disorders such as psychosis and dissociative disorders.