Using Your Other Brain (Part Two)

Continued from Part One Exercise 3 The following exercise will help you become aware of the senses of your heart. This exercise may be done by one or two people. To do this exercise by yourself, find a comfortable position upright or supine. Sitting is preferred because there is less tendency to fall asleep. Take […]

Using Your Other Brain (Part One)

New research defines two distinct brains in the human body that operate together, connected by massive neural pathways. Studies indicate that all functions that define the brain are present in the cardio-pulmonary nerve plexi. Peptides and neurotransmitters associated with brain function are manufactured and utilized by this complex that has been termed the “gut” brain. […]

Feng Shui – Can It Really Be That Simple?

With the myriad of books and articles available these days, sometimes it seems there are still a lot of questions about Feng Shui. Many people ask me “what is it?”, “how do you pronounce it?”, “who is this Feng Shui fellow anyway?” as if a person with the last name of Shui is out designing […]

When are You Ready for CRST?

I was consulting with one of the CRST practitioners this morning who is helping to find a solution to a rare physical disorder. Medical science knows very little about this particular problem. I agreed to look at the Akashic Record for her around this individual to find the root cause of the problem. The first […]

Psychological Research and CRST (Part Two)

Continued from Part One CRST uses this subtle energy to interfere with the pattern of emotional energy being generated during the remembrance of emotional responses to originating stimuli. Using “focused intent”, also referred to as one-pointedness, concentration, mindfulness, the chi energy is directed to the chakras involved with the emotional responses. The hands are also […]

Psychological Research and CRST (Part One)

Causal Release System Training (CRST) is a self-administered and/or peer-facilitated system of desensitizing fear-based psychogenic disorders. Successful outcomes have been anecdotally reported by practitioners of the system for the following disorders: anxiety disorders, dissociative disorders, cannabis-related disorders, specific and social phobias, panic disorders, obsessive- compulsive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders, somatoform disorders, adjustment disorders, depressive disorders, […]

How Does Causal Release System Training (CRST) Work?

Suffering, pain and fear can be caused by the memories of past unpleasant experiences that are being triggered by present events. This happens because the mind stores the ways we react to threat and injury in deep memory so that, if anything similar happens again, we can respond quickly and without thought to the new […]

Does Evil Really Exist: The Relationship Between Demonic Entities and Mental Illness

I’ve never believed in evil, but for the first time in my life I must re-examine this belief. I’ve always held the conviction that each of us has the capacity to commit the most heinous crime. From my experience, I could see that these acts of violence, vengeance and deception always stemmed from love. Even […]

Home is Where the Healing is

The healing environment and quality of health care varies from institution to institution and home to home. An impersonal, rushed assembly line approach to hospitalization may leave people’s emotional and spiritual needs unmet. A person is expected to take on the role of the ‘patient’, one who suffers in silence. The needs of the individual […]

What is Causal Release System Training (CRST)?

CRST is an experiential, hands-on training that explores our emotional, physical and spiritual health, drawing on shamanic, spiritual and mystical traditions of the world. CRST teaches you: specific techniques to work on and modify emotionally charged reactions to life; new levels of awareness to identify blocked emotions such as anger and fear; how such blocked […]

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