Asking for Help? – Appointment Booking Procedure
Those of you who don’t already know what Spirit Release Therapy (SRT) is may like to follow this link for an explanation in the Society for Psychical Research online encyclopedia.
All spirit release procedures currently used by us are conducted by ‘remote’ which means that you can be anywhere in the world and receive an intervention that will address your problem. Procedures are conducted in the ‘spiritual’ dimensions – not the physical. This means you don’t need to be in any particular place at any particular time to receive a remote procedure as they are conducted beyond time and space.
Remote procedures are conducted by three practitioners, one acting as the spirit medium, another is the facilitator who manages the proceedings and keeps the medium grounded and the third is the administrator who handles recordings, paperwork, invoicing and general administration. The fee is £100 which is split into a non-refundable £10 deposit on submission of the booking form and the balance of £90 is paid on completion of the remote procedure. Registered Patrons, trainee practitioners and recognized professional colleagues are entitled to a 20% discount on the balance due. We reserve the prerogative to request full payment in advance.
We are not funded by the NHS or any charity and our research costs are not covered by an institution. Unfortunately this means that we are not able to provide a service free of charge. If you are not able to acknowledge any value for the services offered here then may we suggest you seek help from a charity or religious institution where they can give you a spiritual deliverance for free.
Our service is provided for those who are suspected of being adversely influenced by negative discarnate spirits, dark forces, witchcraft, curses, black magic or earthbound spirits. We are under no obligation to accept any request for help if we consider that the request is from someone who needs psychiatric intervention or psychological therapy. We therefore reserve the right to decline a request and to suggest an alternative course of referral.
To Proceed with a Request for Help
It is strongly recommended that you enlist the help and support of a trusted friend or family member, or a therapist/counselor to support you and assist with your application. If you are alienated and alone please find someone you can trust to support you as we address your needs for spirit release. If you are completely incapacitated then ask someone you trust to complete the application for you with the following simple four-step procedure.
Please take your time and don’t miss any step or try to rush things. This procedure works best on a computer so please try to avoid using a smart phone. Thank you for your patience. We will do all we can to help.
Dr T Palmer and all here at Healing the Wounded Spirit
Step One. Register
Note: If you are already subscribed there is no need to do it again.
Step Two. Download and read our standard Terms & Conditions.
Step 4. After you have received confirmation that your form has been sent then please use the Pay Pal button to pay your deposit.
On receipt of your form and the payment of the £10 deposit we will place your case into our schedule for the earliest opportunity to address your needs.
After the scan has been completed, you will receive a written report on the findings together with advice on how to keep safe.
We would expect to receive the agreed payment according to the terms and conditions of our agreement, and you will then receive an audio recording of the scan and remote procedure.
One follow-up procedure may be conducted free of charge to see if we have missed something if there is no change and provided that our advice for protection has been followed. Any further work required will be charged at the standard rate for remote work.
Each new request for help, for each Client or each new Patient will require a new Remote Referral Request application form together with a deposit. In order for us to maintain accurate records, these procedures are critical as each case has a unique case file number.
Dr T Palmer