Mind Probe Hypnosis

Mind Probe Hypnosis is a remarkable little book, first self-published in 1983. In it, Dr. Hickman gives many examples from her own general medical practice, showing that many persons have been able to access the root of their physical or emotional problems, and been healed of them. Many have done this after only a few […]

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, […]

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 […]

Pain: One of Our Greatest Teachers

What is pain? One dictionary definition is “unpleasant sensory and emotional experiences, associated with actual or potential tissue damage.” Others include “distress,” “punishment,” “a basic bodily sensation induced by a noxious stimulus … characterized by physical discomfort … and typically leading to evasive action.” Most of us generally perceive pain as something to be avoided […]

Emotional Expression and Its Importance in Healing

I have a client who is totally paralyzed from ALS. In working with this man I have been forced to find new ways to help him express himself. His only communication with the outside world is through the use of a biofeedback machine (EMG) attached to his neck muscles and through me. With the EMG […]

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