Abstract – In this article, David Furlong, PhD, the Director of the Spirit Release Forum and the author of several books, shares his discoveries from more than twenty years of practice and research into spirit release therapy, which includes healing inner trauma. He highlights the importance of the transpersonal dimension within his therapeutic approach, based on more than ten thousand hours of clinical practice, and highlights the complexities and entanglements in dealing with cases involving past lives and malign entity attachments. He shows how spirit intrusions can sometimes infect sub-personalities and the methodologies for clearing and balancing their energetic state. These methodologies involve simple regression techniques, supported by a direct connection to the Transpersonal Self, which is … Read the rest
Abstract—In this article, Kamla Nannan Panday-Jhingoeri and Hans TenDam describe the potential detriments of solely utilising traditional psychiatric approaches to resolve spiritual problems; particularly psychological, physical and psychosocial issues pertaining to individuals embedded within societies who adopt and embrace cultural beliefs of a transpersonal nature. Through descriptive analysis and the sharing of theory and case studies the authors explain and evidence the benefits of transpersonal therapeutic approaches and techniques to assist patients with presenting clinical problems of a spiritual nature; including but not limited to the influences of spirits, ancestors and curses. The authors conclude that combining transpersonal regression therapy with regular psychiatry, and allowing patients to uniquely attend to their particular … Read the rest
Andy is an international trainer in regression therapy and shares his thoughts and experiences about “spirit attachments,” something that should be of concern to all past-life and regression therapists. He reviews the current techniques and goes on to explain how to deal with high energy spirit attachments which he calls “dark energy” that require a new approach and techniques.
There is still a debate in regression and past-life therapy about the reality of spirit attachments. Michael Newton, who introduced the amazing spiritual world between lives in his book Journey of Souls (1994), takes the position that spirit attachments do not exist. This was based on the accounts of thousands of clients who, in their … Read the rest
by Joseph Mancini, Jr., Ph.D., CCHt
An exhausted mother comes to the hypnotherapist for help for her six-year-old son, who is beset with multiple physical symptoms and complains of something’s clinging to him at bedtime. The hypnotherapist suspects that the child is suffering from the consequences of an attached spirit, that is, a ghost who had not gone into the Light after death. Though the hypnotherapist does not work with children, he intuits that the mother is somehow involved in the attachment. And, indeed, she is; for when the hypnotized mother does a scan of the boy’s etheric body, she discovers that the spirit is another son, this one from a past-life, who has been looking for her for … Read the rest
by Alan Sanderson. MD
My title ‘Spirit Release in Clinical Psychiatry – What Can We Learn?’ will seem strange to most psychiatrists, because spirit is a taboo word in the secular, materialist culture in which we are so firmly embedded. I’ve chosen to speak about it because my clinical experience has taught me that spirit attachment is a reality and that release of troublesome spirits works wonders. This is an
exciting development, with tremendous implications, not just for psychiatry, but for everyone. So please, while you reflect on this question, let the new ideas speak freely.
Please close your eyes
And breathe, into the heart.
Place in the heart one person you love.
Now you’re in the presence … Read the rest