This soul rescue circle was formed spontaneously during a presentation by me, Dr Terence Palmer, to an audience at The Coptic Centre in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Sunday 15th May 2016. A woman in the audience expressed signs of chronic distress and asked for help. This video recording is the result of that request.
During a practical lesson on how to use a psychic self-protection protocol, one member of the group experienced a blockage in connecting with her Higher-Self and The Light. On investigation using the remote method with a soul rescue group several attached entities were discovered. Here is a recording of the first entities found. The video has been clipped to edit out the private and personal aspects of the case.
Gail attended the presentation on psychic self defence at the Crazy Wisdom Bookstore in Ann Arbor, Michigan on 10th May 2016. She posed the question, ‘When you are visualising, eliminating the negative whilst going into a trance, how do you see it, what does it look like?’
She was invited to find out from her own experience. This recording answered her question. Now she knows.
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Spirit Release Therapy, as a clinical alternative to religious exorcism and traditional shamanistic practice is largely unknown by mainstream medical practice and psychiatry. This is due to several interrelated factors. Primarily, materialistic science does not recognise any concept of a spirit world and doctors are therefore not yet trained in SRT principles and techniques. SRT sits uncomfortably between the disbelief of a materialist secular society and the subjective experience of spirit possession: whether that experience is a symptom of psychosis, symbolic representation, socio-cultural expectation or a veridical manifestation. In contrast to the monism of mechanistic science, every culture and religious belief system throughout human history has its traditional beliefs of spirit possession in some form or another with corresponding rituals for the release or exorcism of spirit entities. It is common knowledge that Christianity has its angels, devils and demons (although the majority of modern so-called Christians probably don’t believe they really exist). Islam has its Jinns and the Hindus have a variety of evil spirits.
The conflict between the epistemologies of modern science and religion lies in the conceptual differences in perception that are arrived at through empirical data and radical empirical experience. In short, it is a difference between what we believe to be true and what we know to be true.
- Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Juiz de Fora, Brazil; São Paulo Medical Spiritist Association, São Paulo, Brazil. Electronic address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We aim to report the case of a 38-year-old male with suggestive past-life memories during a regression session and to show how these memories were related to unusual medical conditions: (1) isolated obstruction of the right coronary artery in a young patient, (2) omental infarction, and (3) right aortic arch with isolation of the left subclavian artery. These conditions were related to the following suggestive past-life memories: (1) a priest who committed suicide with a crucifix nailed to his chest and (2) a medieval weapon (skull flail) hitting his cervical and left back region. There was an intriguing relation between the patient’s suggestive past-life memories and rare medical conditions. In this article, the authors highlight possible explanations, rarity of findings, and similarities/differences from previous cases and potential pitfalls in this area.
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Reincarnation, Spirituality, Suggestive past-life memories
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