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Spirit Release Therapy

 
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Spirit Release Therapy
Has anyone read the book SPIRIT RELEASE THERAPY by
Dr. William Baldwin?

Spirit Releasement Therapy is a special form of healing which "calls forth" and identifies positive energies that enhance personal growth, and clears negative energies (whether internally generated or externally attached) that restrict personal growth—on levels ranging from cellular consciousness to archangelic realms.

Or has anyone had expirences with this type of healing?
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The review of the book seems quite interesting so I was interested learning more about this method.
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no one konws anything?
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Yes, I've read the book and have participated in spirit releases as one having spirits released, and as a facilitator.

It's some of the best work we can do for ourselves, ensuring that the only spirit affecting our day to day choices and quality of living is our one and only personal spirit...although if one doesn't change the life style that created the opening for the spirit attachment the chances of it returning are high.

Great thread subject matter...hf
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Edith Fiore's The Unquiet Dead is also an excellent book to review regarding spirit release.
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Edith Fiore's The Unquiet Dead is also an excellent book to review regarding spirit release.
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thanks it's on my list to read
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As well, if you google "Edith Fiore interview" the first result should be a link to an interview with her on a popular radio talk show.

I'm not sure if the show is one that it's a no-no to link to on GLP, so this is how I suggest you or anyone else find it if you want to listen.

In my college Substance Abuse Counseling class I turned in my research paper on this subject matter, how substance abuse and spirit attachment are interrelated...like ball and chain related.

Harhar, she marked my paper with an A, but also told me after the class that it freaked her out.

Really, schools of psychology need to integrate this subject matter into their curriculum.

A lot of undue patient suffering could be avoided. And psychoactive drugs.
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As well, if you google "Edith Fiore interview" the first result should be a link to an interview with her on a popular radio talk show.

I'm not sure if the show is one that it's a no-no to link to on GLP, so this is how I suggest you or anyone else find it if you want to listen.

In my college Substance Abuse Counseling class I turned in my research paper on this subject matter, how substance abuse and spirit attachment are interrelated...like ball and chain related.

Harhar, she marked my paper with an A, but also told me after the class that it freaked her out.

Really, schools of psychology need to integrate this subject matter into their curriculum.

A lot of undue patient suffering could be avoided. And psychoactive drugs.
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


I agree with your point that spirituality and psychology need to be integrated. This is an interesting topic.
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I agree with your point that spirituality and psychology need to be integrated. This is an interesting topic.
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Transpersonal Psychology integrates spirituality and psychology, but it's not mainstream.

The average person having a mental health issue and seeking help doesn't stop to think they need to seek out a Transpersonal Psychologist because they don't even know they exist.

I excelled in college so my advisor took a special interest in me. I had told him I wanted to apply to a school that offered a Transpersonal Psychology curriculum, and to pursue having this as my career.

He had a lot to say about it, but it boiled down to him telling me I'd be wasting my education and time...and money (expensive private college).

I ended up not going to the college because of cost, but his advice reveals how suppressed is a holistic approach to mental and emotional health.

That was back in 1997 and he was very old school, maybe things have changed a little since, and Transpersonal Psychology is more accepted by mainstream psychology than it was then.

With the inherent problems within the psychology community set aside, this field of study is as about as fascinating as it gets.

For having participated in some spirit releases in various capacities, I can tell you that the aha-moments are many and uniquely educating.
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This may sound strange and probably I'll be chastised for this but,

I believe(I hate that word) all are sicknesses come from the fact that we have sins in this life and former lives that are causing us to be stressed and the knowledge whether it be conscious or not it causing a heavyness within like gravity, pulling us down further and further.

No amount of medicine will undo these sicknesses until each individual comes clean, so to speak.

Admit your sins and ask for forgiveness and that should be a start.

Letting go is the answer.
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This thread should probably get a bumpity bump so others might investigage or find relief from physicological problems.
Could be a good start.bump
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This may sound strange and probably I'll be chastised for this but,
 Quoting: Goodseed



Not by me. Practicing tolerance can very well lead to expansion of awareness. The opposite only creates, at best, stagnation; at its worst, violence.


I believe(I hate that word) all are sicknesses come from the fact that we have sins in this life and former lives that are causing us to be stressed... and the knowledge whether it be conscious or not it causing a heavyness within like gravity, pulling us down further and further.
 Quoting: Goodseed



What you call "sin" I will call "etheric body dis-ease."

Different POVs, same meaning, resulting in the same outcome.

BTW, I find it enlightened of you to include former lifetimes as cause.

Wherein it's hard to fathom that a young child could've "sinned" enough to warrant spirit attachments, it's not as unfathomable to understand that they could've come to life with attachments in their spirit, etheric body history.


...and the knowledge whether it be conscious or not it causing a heavyness within like gravity, pulling us down further and further.

<snip>
 Quoting: Goodseed



Yes, and this at a time when so many of us are seeking the transition of matter/ascension.

There's no better time than now to explore one's self, to know thine self...the good, the bad, and the ugly.

I personally don't want to be trying to drag the bad and ugly of myself into such the transition, and I've done years of work, and continue to, to see that I don't.

And it's true, Goodseed, that when an attachment is released, one does become more bouyant...the feeling is visceral. I know I felt lighter and less pinned down.
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This may sound strange and probably I'll be chastised for this but,
 Quoting: Goodseed



Not by me. Practicing tolerance can very well lead to expansion of awareness. The opposite only creates, at best, stagnation; at its worst, violence.


I believe(I hate that word) all are sicknesses come from the fact that we have sins in this life and former lives that are causing us to be stressed... and the knowledge whether it be conscious or not it causing a heavyness within like gravity, pulling us down further and further.
 Quoting: Goodseed



What you call "sin" I will call "etheric body dis-ease."

Different POVs, same meaning, resulting in the same outcome.

BTW, I find it enlightened of you to include former lifetimes as cause.

Wherein it's hard to fathom that a young child could've "sinned" enough to warrant spirit attachments, it's not as unfathomable to understand that they could've come to life with attachments in their spirit, etheric body history.


...and the knowledge whether it be conscious or not it causing a heavyness within like gravity, pulling us down further and further.

<snip>
 Quoting: Goodseed



Yes, and this at a time when so many of us are seeking the transition of matter/ascension.

There's no better time than now to explore one's self, to know thine self...the good, the bad, and the ugly.

I personally don't want to be trying to drag the bad and ugly of myself into such the transition, and I've done years of work, and continue to, to see that I don't.

And it's true, Goodseed, that when an attachment is released, one does become more bouyant...the feeling is visceral. I know I felt lighter and less pinned down.
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


It is hard to fathom that a newborn could be harboring ancient sin(or whatever you want to call it), but we all grow and age and are not the once newborn we were.
I have also been studying and am quite convinced those that are born with "conditions" and handicaps have not been cleansed.

And when I say cleansed I truly mean cleaning the body ridding it of foreign parasites.

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