Distance Learning Opportunity

For energy practitioners interested in knowing more about Soul Detective work, Dr. Stone offers a series of 24 educational recordings, two hours each, on different aspects of using the Soul Detective approach. The calls use muscle testing and dowsing to access subconscious information and present Soul Detective Protocols.

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CEUs

Each series of four recordings (with the exception of series 5 and 6) has 8 Continuing Education Units available from NASW and the Massachusetts Collaborative with passing a post-test and submitting an evaluation, included in the package. The individual recordings do not have CEUs. Series 5 and 6 do not offer CEUs.

Purchase Information

The recordings can be purchased individually or in a package. They are $50 each, or $180 for a series (one package all four related sessions). Multiple series discounts are as follows:

$340 for two series
$480 for three series
$599 for four series
$749 for five series
$899 for all six series

Note: These audio files (Mp3) are large and will take some time to download. Individual files will be sent to you via email from Barbara so that you can download the files from Hightail. A series of four our more calls will be sent on a memory stick to the address you provide on your Paypal payment page. 

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Topics

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Series One

  1. Family Constellation Issues
  2. Archetypes
  3. Boundary Protocol
  4. Dreams

Series Two

  1. Past life Trauma, Parallel Life Trauma, Positive Past Life, Earthbound Spirit, and Obsessive Spirit Protocols
  2. Detrimental Energy Protocol
  3. Djinn Protocol
  4. Invasive Programs (ET Interference Protocol)

Series Three

  1. Soul Loss
  2. Chakra Interventions: New Techniques
  3. Curses and Hexes
  4. Pendulum Dowsing: New Techniques

Series Four

  1. Vows
  2. Dissociation/DID
  3. Contracts
  4. Soul Origin/Affinity

Series Five (new)

  1. Reptilian Protocol
  2. Customizing Meridian and Chakra Treatments
  3. Surgery Support
  4. Ethics

Series Six (new)

  1. Soul Purpose
  2. Enhancing Your Soul Detective Practice
  3. Clearing Houses, Battlegrounds, Burial Grounds and Portals
  4. Sorcery Guidelines
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Course Descriptions


SERIES ONEFiverr Pro Call Series 1

1. Family Constellation Work

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Describe the originator of Family Constellation Work and the populations that contributed to his theories.
  2. Identify when a client is carrying the emotional baggage of someone else who has been excluded from the family.
  3. Apply Soul Detective protocols to reintegrate excluded family members.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

A family as a whole has a sense of identity, what one might call a “family soul.” Whenever a family member is excluded because of abortion, an early death, being killed in a war, or ostracized because of marrying someone of a different culture or race, the family suffers from a sense of incompleteness. The most sensitive family member will then carry the feelings of the person who has been excluded, acting out and sometimes even becoming suicidal. A variant of family systems therapy, Family Constellation Work identifies system dynamics that might be overlooked when not using an interpersonal model. Understanding the rules of social interaction give us tools as therapists to intervene in situations where the disturbance is not evident at face value, but rather hidden in the lives of our ancestors.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Hellinger, B. (2001). Love’s Own Truths: Bonding and Balancing in Close Relationships. Phoenix, AZ: Zeig, Tucker and Theisen.

Stone, B. (2008). Invisible Roots: How Healing Past Life Trauma Can Liberate Your Present. Santa Rosa, CA: Energy Psychology Press.

Reddy, M. (2012). Health, Happineess, & Family Constellations: How Ancestors, Family Systems, And Hidden Loyalties Shape Your Life–And What YOU Can Do About It. Vervante

2. Archetypes

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Define Carl Jung’s concept of “Archetypes.”
  2. From the Archetypes checklist, identify five archetypes you see active in yourself, family members, or your clients.
  3. Employ a guided meditation to find an archetype, transform its detrimental aspects, and build on its strengths.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE

The brilliant Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung mapped the unconscious mind. He showed that primordial patterns of universal images which have existed from the remotest times still influence our behavior in modern times—both in their positive and negative aspects. He called these patterns, which seem to almost have a life of their own within us, “Archetypes.” Understanding how these archetypes interface with our behavior can help us build on their positive aspects and transform or modify their detrimental aspects.

For example, many people in the helping professions are carrying the archetype of “The Healer,” represented in mythology by Chiron. The positive aspect of Chiron is that he learned the secrets of healing. The negative aspect is that he was wounded by an arrow from Aphrodite, and this wound of lost or unrequited love would not heal. Chiron was in constant pain, which motivated him to find methods of healing to ease his own suffering. When healing professionals come to their work without tending to their own wounds, they tend to burn out because they are trying to fix everyone else without tending to their own pain. The positive side of the archetype is that when we do our own inner healing work, we learn the internal maps of healing and can then be a stronger guide for others doing their healing work.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Jung, C.G. (1981). The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious (Collected Works of C.G. Jung Vol.9 Part 1). Princeton University Press.

Myss, C. (2013). Archetypes: Who Are You? Hay House.

Myss, C. (2003) Sacred Contracts: Awakening Your Divine Potential. Harmony.

3. Boundary Protocol

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. List the four levels of being which the Healing from the Body Level Up Methodology uses.
  2. Perform The Boundary Tap technique for setting boundaries.
  3. Name the pattern that most commonly breaches boundaries.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Having good boundaries is even more important for Soul Detective work than in regular counseling because we go into unseen realms. This protocol to repair boundary rupture gives us a way to recover when a boundary has been violated and is adapted from the work of Judith A. Swack, PhD, originator of Healing from the Body Level Up, and Mary Louise Mueller. Dr. Swack uses a methodology that heals at the level of the body, the conscious mind, the subconscious mind, and the soul levels. Those would translate to the model of the layers of the biofield as the following:

  • Body: Physical Body
  • Unconscious Mind: Etheric and Emotional Bodies
  • Conscious Mind: The Mental Body
  • Soul: Spiritual Body

Daily interactions with troubled clients can be very draining, as clients often do not have good boundaries and are emotionally invasive. When the therapist does not know how to set appropriate boundaries, the result is depletion and eventually burnout. In this presentation, practitioners will learn The Boundary Tap technique for installing boundaries to enable practitioners to maintain an empathetic and compassionate presence without feeling drained.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Eden, D. (1998) Energy Medicine: Balance Your Body’s Energies for Optimum Health, Joy, and Vitality. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam.

Swack, J.A., “The Basic Structure of Loss and Violence Trauma Imprints,” March, 1994, Anchor Point Magazine

Swack, J.A. (2002). “Healing from the Body Level Up” in Energy Psychology in Psychotherapy: A Comprehensive Source Book New York, NY: W.W. Norton.

4. Dreams

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Contrast Freudian and Jungian theories about the nature of dream material.
  2. Name three different types of dreams
  3. Use the Callahan Trauma sequence to desensitize images from a nightmare.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

The first psychiatrist to present a theory of dreams was Sigmund Freud, and he postulated that dreams represent unfulfilled wishes and repressed hostility. His young student Carl Gustaf Jung disagreed with his mentor and theorized that when understood, the dream world is a goldmine of beneficial information to guide our lives and help each person individuate into the fullness of our human potential.

We spend approximately one-third of our lives asleep, and the images that come during this time can bring us guidance, warn us of danger, and point out unprocessed emotions we need to attend to. Most people do not cash in on the positive aspects our dreams offer us and leave the dream like an unopened letter from the soul to the person. When trauma is not processed and digested, traumatic feelings resurface during the dream state and produce nightmares. Many of our clients, particularly those with extensive trauma history, are plagued by night terrors and the insomnia which results from this sleep disturbance. This workshop will present a way to desensitize the fear in a nightmare using Roger Callahan’s sequence of stimulating acupressure points to balance the energy of the organs involved with trauma: the bladder, stomach, spleen, and kidneys.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Hall, M.P. (1996.) Dream Symbolism. Philosophical Research Society.

Jung, C.G. (1968). Man and his Symbols. Dell.

Jung, C.G. (1989). Memories, Dreams, Reflections. Vintage, Reissue edition.

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1. Unresolved Emotional Issues from other Lives: Past Life Trauma Protocol

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Differentiate between a problem that the subconscious mind configures as a past life trauma, a parallel life trauma, an earthbound spirit, or an obsessive spirit.
  2. Illustrate the Soul Detective® Positive Past Life Protocol to bring in resources from the past to accomplish current life goals.
  3. Demonstrate the 16-step Soul Detective Earthbound Spirit Protocol.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Clients sometimes carry detrimental emotional imprints that do not make sense from their own life history. For example, a client may have a phobia of water with no discernible cause. Standard treatments seem to have no effect on reducing the phobia, yet when the client’s subconscious mind indicates through ideomotor cueing that the imprint is from a past life trauma, treatment of this past life resolves the issue. Whether the imprint was from someone in the ancestral lineage, or whether according to the theory of reincarnation, consciousness spans more than one lifetime in the evolution of the soul, treating the problem as if it originated elsewhere has success provided the belief system of the client is congruent with this theory.

Stranger still, sometimes the unconscious mind indicates through ideomotor cueing that a problem has originated in a parallel lifetime, someone else’s life that is still going on and has a soul connection to the client. Again, treating the problem according to the way the client’s subconscious mind indicates it is patterned seems to have a greater chance of resolution, providing both the therapist and the client can accept the possibility of this theory.

Another phenomena is that after the death of a loved one, a client may have an exacerbated grief response and seem to be carrying the emotional burdens of the lost loved one—as if the spirit of that person did not cross into the next world, but stayed attached to the beloved. Again, whether the phenomena is real and the spirit of the deceased stayed earthbound, or whether it is the fantasy of the grieving person that the presence of the beloved has not left, treating it as if it were an earthbound spirit with the Soul Detective protocol developed by Dr. Stone results in a rapid resolution of the overwhelming grief.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Ireland-Frey, Louise. Freeing the Captives: The Emerging Therapy of Treating Spirit Attachment. Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads.

Leininger, Bruce and Andrea with Gross, Ken. Soul Survivor: The reincarnation of a World War II Fighter Pilot. New York, NY: Grand Central Publishing

Stone, B. (2008). Invisible Roots: How Healing Past Life Trauma Can Liberate Your Present. Santa Rosa, CA: Energy Psychology Press.

2. Detrimental Energy

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Compare the experiences that patients in the mental ward report with religious literature’s conceptualization of the demonic world.
  2. Illustrate a way to raise the consciousness of lower-vibrational entities.
  3. Categorize different kinds detrimental energy from negative thought forms to the appearance of a detrimental entity that seems to have a malicious personality.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Mentally ill patients regularly report that demons are inside of them. Often patients hear voices suggesting to them that they end their lives. Western medicine officially does not believe in the spirit world and judges these patients as having chemical imbalances. Still, our best medicines have not been able to really cure these problems, though medication can calm down a person and block the voices. The Soul Detective method uses an ancient technique taught by Thoth the Atlantean of first distinguishing whether the origin of a problem is internal or external. If the problem is internal, standard methods of psychotherapy are likely to work. If the source of the problem is external, then Thoth says to bring in Beings of Light from higher dimensions to remove the disturbing entity invasion.

The traditional way of dealing with demons is the practice of exorcism, done by shamans and Catholic priests. The psychological equivalent of exorcism is repression or splitting. This method tries to remove the problem, but it tends to return later. The Soul Detective method uses a process taught by Dr. William Baldwin of dialoguing with the detrimental entity to find its purpose and then helping it reconnect with the spark of the Creator’s Light that is inside of everything in creation and then offering the entity a better job working for the Light. The psychological equivalent of this process is integrating shadow material. Whether these detrimental entities have substance in objective reality or whether they are the constellation of our collective fears of “The Devil,” treating them as if they had personality gives the client a method to transform the detrimental energy into beneficial energy.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Alcorn, R. (2011). Healing Stories: My Journey from Mainstream Psychiatry Toward Spiritual Healing. Perception Garden Press.

Doreal, M. (2006). The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean. Source Books, Inc.

Modi, S. (1997). Remarkable Healings: A Psychiatrist Discovers Unsuspected Roots of Mental and Physical Illness. Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing Co., Inc.

3. Breaking Contracts with Elementals: The Djinn Protocol

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Review literature and fairy tales for references to the fire elemental beings known as the Djinn, or more popularly, “Genies.”
  2. Identify symptoms of supernatural involvement with problem cases.
  3. Demonstrate the 24-step Soul Detective Djinn Protocol to break the contracts with these elementals.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

There is a sector of extremely difficult, complicated cases that social workers face where everything seems to go wrong. People have a very complex array of physical and emotional difficulties, multigenerational issues, an uncanny string of bad luck, and problems with medication working for a while and then losing its effect. Talk therapy is not enough to resolve these distressing situations. In some of these cases, the client may have an entanglement with an elemental being that is causing trouble. Many of the clients I have worked with report they feel they are the target of witchcraft or sorcery, particularly with people from the Middle East and Latin America. It seems that putting a curse on someone you dislike or are jealous of is a common occurrence in these cultures and is believed to have the power to harm someone. For example, casting the “evil eye” upon an enemy is believed to be potentially fatal, and in the Middle East, many people wear an amulet with a big blue eye on it to protect themselves from these curses.

Stories of genies and magical things happening abound in fairy tales, ancient texts, TV shows, and the movies. The story of Rumpelstiltskin is an example. In this fairy tale, a farmer brags to the king that his daughter can spin straw into gold. The King summons the daughter and orders her to spin a room full of straw into gold. She weeps, because of course she cannot do this magical feat. Then a little man appears and offers to spin the straw into gold for her necklace the first night and for her ring the second night. The plot thickens as on the third night, when the woman has nothing left to give him, the little man makes a contract with the miller’s daughter that when she marries the King, she will give him their firstborn child in payment for his services. Although the Queen finds a way out of the bargain, the story reflects a truth that humans can and do interact with beings in the elemental realm to do magical things for them. People can summon these elemental beings and request riches, business success, a partner, fertility, and/or safety during wartime. A person can also pay a sorcerer or a Black Magician to summon one of these elemental beings to injure an enemy. But making these kinds of contracts has a high price for the humans involved, not only in their lifetime, but in the lives of their descendants because the elemental beings live thousands of years and continue extracting a price from succeeding generations. The Soul Detective Djinn Protocol outlines a way to use ideomotor cueing to identify when these symptoms point to involvement with an elemental contract and how to safely rescind the contract and heal the damage done to the human from this involvement.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Bartlett, R. (2009). The Physics of Miracles: Tapping into the field of Consciousness Potential. New York: Atria Books.

Grimm, J. & Grimm, W. (1976). The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Pantheon Books: A Division of Random House.

Guiley, R. (2013). The Djinn Connection: Hidden Links Between Djinn, Shadow People, ETs, Nephilim, Archons, Reptilians and other Entities. New Milford, CT: Visionary Living, Inc.

4. Removing Invasive Matrices: ET Interference Protocol

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Review controversial data regarding alleged interaction with Star Beings.
  2. Differentiate whether an invasive matrix had a beneficial, neutral, or detrimental intention.
  3. Demonstrate the 9-step Soul Detective protocol to remove interference, recalibrate the energy field, and install ongoing protection against further invasion.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Sometimes clients come to therapy saying they have lost time after seeing a spacecraft hovering near their car late at night on a lonely road, that they have been taken aboard space ships, or that mysterious scars have appeared on their bodies. They feel uneasy about these strange experiences and fear that they are crazy. The field of psychology has taken the official stance that these reports represent fantasy and are the sign of a sick mind. John Mack, a Pulitzer-prize winning Harvard psychiatrist, investigated alleged abductions of 200 men and women to find the common denominator of mental illness in reporters of these experiences. To his surprise, he found no mental illness in these people. Their stories had common themes, and the subjects showed a heightened interest in spirituality and concern for the environment. The ET topic remains highly controversial, as the academic world continues to refuse to believe that beings from other planets could be interacting with Homo Sapiens despite those who have come forward with disclosing what they know. For example, the Honorable Paul Hellyer, the former Canadian Defense Minister, has come forward with information about four races of ETs that are currently interacting with our species. Physician Steven Greer organized a group titled “The Disclosure Project” of over 500 people including astronauts, government officials, and military personnel who have had direct encounters with beings from other planets. Dr. Stone’s ET Interference protocol does not judge the veracity of experiences clients report, but rather provides a framework to dismantle and the detrimental effects that have come from the alleged interaction with Star Beings and to restore a sense of wellbeing to the client.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Greer, S. (2006). Hidden Truth: Forbidden Knowledge. Crossing Point.

Mack, J. (1994). Abduction: Human Encounters with Aliens. New York, NY: Scribner’s Sons.

Hall, C. (2002). Millennial Hospitality. First Books Library.

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Fiverr Pro Call Series 3SERIES THREE

1. Soul Loss

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify symptoms of soul loss
  2. Utilize meridian tapping to rapidly release trauma in the soul fragment
  3. Review and demonstrate the step-by-step Soul Detective Protocol to restore soul loss

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Some major traumas that come into a person’s life are more than the person’s emotional system can handle. Examples are children whose parents repeatedly severely physically abuse them, sexual abuse, catastrophic loss of loved ones as in a war situation, and being taken into slavery. When these severe traumas are not able to be assimilated, a piece of the soul leaves, not wanting to live in such a cruel world. The clinical result is a person in whom the sparkle in the eye is gone, and the eyes look empty. Listlessness, lack of drive and enthusiasm, and flat affect are additional symptoms.

The Soul Detective Protocol to restore Soul Loss provides a method to identify what age the trauma happened, heal the trauma with energy therapy methods, and then bring that soul fragment back to a person.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Diamond, J. (1990). Life Energy: Using the Meridians to Unlock the Hidden Power of Your Emotions. Paragon House.

Ingerman, S. (1991). Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self. NY, NY: Harper Collins.

Modi, S. (1997). Remarkable Healings: A Psychiatrist Discovers Unsuspected Roots of Mental and Physical Illness. Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing Co., Inc.

2. Chakra Interventions: New Techniques

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Define the scope and effectiveness of chakra treatments
  2. Experience the Breathing the Chakras system developed by Eldringhoff & Karjala
  3. Learn Cosmic Color Chakra Balance Intervention

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

The Chakra system is a series of seven vortices that spin life energy into the body. One chakra spins down into the crown, one up from the earth into the end of the spine, and five others spin into the torso along the midline with both a front and a back entry point that meet in the middle of the body: at the brow, the throat, the heart, the solar plexus, and the sacrum. These energy centers can be used to rapidly release deep-seated negative life beliefs from the system and to install positive life beliefs in their place. A client can learn these self-help techniques in which the client holds, spins, or taps on a chakra with a specific therapeutic intention. The techniques can then be used at home for self-care. This call will present four systems of working with the chakra system with the goal of restoring harmony and balance to body and mind:

  1. The Chakra Spin Technique
  2. Cosmic Color Invocation Technique developed by Chief Iwowarri James
  3. Breathing the Chakras, developed by Stephanie Eldringhoff and Lynn Karjala
  4. Customizing a chakra treatment

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Bruyere, R. L. (1994). Wheels of Light: Chakras, Auras, and the Healing Energy of the Body. NY, NY: Fireside.

Hover-Kramer, D. (2002). Creative Energies: Integrative Energy Psychotherapy for Self-Expression and Healing (The Norton Energy Psychology Series). W.W. Norton & Co.

Judith, Anodea. (1987). Wheels of Life: A User’s Guide to the Chakra System. Woodbury, MN: Llewellyn Publishing.

3. Curses and Hexes

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Review the difference between superstition and the power of focused negative intention
  2. Identify which energetic system the curse or hex is affecting: A biofield, meridian, chakra, organ, etc.
  3. Learn the Soul Detective protocol for safely removing a curse or a hex

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Thoughts are things. They carry energy, and they can affect other people at a subconscious level. The more unaware clients are and the lower their level of functioning, the more curses and hexes can have an effect on their lives. Curses and hexes can bind energy in a person or a place, especially if done by a practitioner trained in black magic. In some cases, disempowered people resort to the dark arts for revenge, as in mistreated slaves cursing their abusive slaveholders. A problem with sending curses is that the negative energy bounces back threefold on the sender, which is a law of nature that works both for negative action and also for positive action, which also comes back to the sender threefold. Strangely, curses are behind some dysfunctional clients who have families with multi-generational problems. A curse can be placed on the family and its descendants by someone who was angry with an ancestor several generations back. The negativity then follows down the lineage into each new generation. When these curses are lifted, the string of bad luck that seems to have been following our clients can finally stop.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Diamond, J. (1989). Your Body Doesn’t Lie: Unlock the Power of Your Natural Energy! Grand Central Publishing.

Gendlin, E. (1982). Focusing. Bantam Books.

Stone, Barbara. (2008). Invisible Roots: How Healing Past Life Trauma Can Liberate Your Present. Energy Psychology Press.

4. Pendulum Dowsing: New Techniques

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Compare the advantages of pendulum dowsing for information over muscle testing (clinical kinesiology)
  2. Track and boost the progress of an energetic intervention with pendulum dowsing
  3. Learn a system of balancing the chakras with a Mermet Gold Pendulum

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Doctors Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung led the way in the field of psychology to help us understand the workings of the subconscious mind. Often a client’s stated goal does not match the person’s action, like a client who wants to lose weight but continues to avoid exercise and eat too much of a poor diet. Dowsing gives us a window into the subconscious mind. With pendulum dowsing, we can find and treat programs that sabotage a person’s stated goals. We can track the flow of energy through the meridians and chakras, find blockages, and use the pendulum again to track the progress of clearing those blockages. When asking for healing energy from transpersonal realms (angels, beneficial spirit guides, beloved ancestors, etc.), the pendulum can again be used to track the progress of this multi-dimensional healing process.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Bentov, I. (1988). Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness

Milliren, T. (1997). Ancient Mysteries of Healing Discovered. Angel 99.

Stone, B. (2015). Soul Detective Manual Level Three

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1. Vows

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Name the three major vows taken in the Catholic Order
  2. Employ the Soul Detective protocol to rescind and revise vows from previous incarnations no longer serving one’s life mission
  3. Identify other reasons for taking vows of poverty and chastity.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Many people who have a vital spiritual faith seem to have little or no ability to manifest financial abundance. Strange as it seems, the origin of this problem may be a vow taken in a previous incarnation in a religious order. For example, the Catholic church teaches that reincarnation is a heresy and that a person has only one life, then the judgment. People who join a Catholic order take vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience in perpetuity, which means the vow is written on the soul forever. Then when a future incarnation comes along, to guard one’s loyalty to one’s own soul, abundance is avoided at all costs. The Soul Detective protocol to release these vows opens up a new pathway of being able to support oneself and bring in abundance in many areas of life, including financial abundance. Another instance where a vow can be a problem is that marriage vows are taken “till death do us part.” If a deceased spouse remains earthbound, not knowing that death has come, the spouse may think the marriage vow is still in place and resent a future partner in the survivor’s life. In this case, the Soul Detective protocol to help earthbound spirits heal and cross into the Light is used with the deceased partner so the person can realize the marriage vow has ended.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Merton, T. (2012) The Life of the Vows: Initiation into the Monastic Tradition (Monastic Wisdom Series). Cistercian Publications.

Stone, Barbara. (2008). Invisible Roots: How Healing Past Life Trauma Can Liberate Your Present. Energy Psychology Press.

The Holy Bible, New International Version. (1978). Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Bible Publishers.

2. Dissociation/ DID

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Familiarize the learner with the 28 question Dissociative Experiences Scale to use as a screening instrument for DID.
  2. Differentiate between inner voices that are split off alters of the client’s personality and intrusive spirits.
  3. Identify when to refer a client with DID to someone specializing in this disorder.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Sometimes clients do harmful things to themselves or others and then have no memory of the events. Parents may be loving in one moment and then switch and become cruel and abusive. Behind these Dr. Jekyl-Mr. Hyde behaviors is a mechanism of splitting that humans use when trauma is more than the personality can bear. Children subjected to extreme trauma need to either split off the memories and wall them off from the main personality or go insane. The healthier choice is dissociation. While it is a coping mechanism in youth, as an adult, the switching between alters can be problematic. Deep therapeutic work is necessary to heal the trauma in each alter and reintegrate that personality part into the core personality.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Alcorn, R. (2011). Healing Stories: My Journey from Mainstream Psychiatry Toward Spiritual Healing. Perception Garden Press.

Herman, J. (2015). Trauma and Recovery: The Aftermath of Violence–From Domestic Abuse to Political Terror 1st Edition. Basic Books.

Stone, B. (2012). Transforming Fear into Gold: How Facing What Frightens You the Most Can Heal and Light Up Your Heart. Strongsville, OH: The Indigo Connection.

3. Contracts

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Present the concept of contracts made with others in one’s soul group before birth to cooperate for mutual growth and learning during an incarnation.
  2. Name five kinds of contracts that a human can make with the Djinn.
  3. Differentiate between conscious contracts where a human summons a Djinn to help and an unconscious contract where a human just wishes for something and a Djinn uses the opportunity to grant a wish and then extract payment.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

A contract is an official agreement made with someone else. According to author Michael Newton, before we incarnate, we carefully plan our lives and make contracts with others in our soul group to work on our learning goals for the incarnation. Then we take on human form and forget everything we agreed upon when we were in the world of spirit. One of the big challenges for clients is finding and living their soul’s purpose. When a person does not have direction, the life gets filled with distractions and addictions. When we know why we are here and where we are going, we can handle the minor discomforts of the journey. An area where people can get sidetracked and held up in their self-actualization is when contracts that their ancestors have made with dark groups, Djinn, or sorcerers get passed down the generations having a detrimental effect on all of the descendants. For example, humans can contract with Djinn through sorcerers to get riches, business success, political position, a spouse, fertility, or protection during a war. The Djinn then continue to extract payment from the descendants for these services. The Soul Detective method demonstrates a way to free clients from these harmful contracts.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Hammond, M. (2008). Living Your Soul’s Purpose: Wellness and Passion with Energy

Psychology and Energy Medicine. Salem, OR: Global Healing Press.

Myss, C. (2003). Sacred Contracts: Awakening Your Divine Potential. Harmony.

Newton, Michael. (2000). Destiny of Souls: New Case Studies of Life Between Lives. Llewellyn Publications.

4. Soul Origin/Affinity

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Present a multi-dimensional model of the human psyche.
  2. Name three Star Civilizations that have had interaction with humans.
  3. Identify characteristics of soul affinity to the angelic, divine, and human realms.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Knowing who we are leads to the most powerful protection a person can have, which is standing in the power of one’s True Self. This conference call presents a way of using applied kinesiology to identify multi-dimensional components to a person’s character. Some people have affinity to the angelic realm. Angels are here to serve, and some people have a mission of helping others. Social work is a good example of people who are here to serve. Others have affinity to the realm of the divine, the source from which creation came, and these people are here to create new things: free-energy devices, beautiful music and art, innovations in technology, education, ecology, industry, etc. Others are not as interested in the esoteric realm and are more grounded and practical, with affinity to the human realm. These people may be great athletes. Still others may feel an affinity to Star Civilizations that have had interaction with homo sapiens. According to Shirley McClaine, she met people from the Pleiades who were here to help our civilization advance. Tom Kenyon writes about the Arcturians who are guardians of our galaxy from interference by nefarious ETs. Speaker Michael Collier claims he has been visited by helpful Andromedans since he was a young boy. Others have affinity to the realm of elemental spirits. Those with affinity to the fairy kingdom may be excellent gardeners and grow beautiful flowers. The Soul Origin/Soul Affinity Protocol leads a client to greater self-realization.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Doner, Margaret. (2012). Merlin’s War: The Battle Between the Family of Light and the Family of Dark. iUniverse.

Kenyon, T. and Sion, J. (2013) The Arcturian Anthology. Orcas, WA: Orb Publishing.

McClaine, S. (1986.) Out on a Limb. Bantam.

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SERIES FIVE

1. Reptilian Protocol

Note: This material is only for very advanced students who are comfortable with muscle testing, able to hold their own center, confident in their therapeutic skills, and have a good support network of Beings of Light. Working with Reptilian problems is complex and tricky, and the problems tend to recur. It is not for the fainthearted! However, the information on how Reptilian intrusion occurs may help a practitioner recognize the origin of a problem and know when to refer a case.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Examine the correlation between the instinct for survival governed by the reptilian brain in everyone and the archetype of the Reptilian.
  2. Recognize three signs of Reptilian intrusion.
  3. Enlist multi-dimensional helpers to remove and rehabilitate reptilian invaders.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

All of us have some Reptilian DNA in us. We have a Reptilian part of the brain that keeps the lungs breathing and the heart beating and works for our survival. According to some sources, Homo Sapiens Sapiens was genetically engineered as a cross between an indigenous species that developed on this planet, likely Homo Erectus, and an ET race called the Anunnaki who themselves were Reptilian-Sirian hybrids. If this theory, presented in the work of Zecharia Sitchin, is true, then all of us are part Reptilian. When people operate out of this survival mentality, doing whatever they can to promote their own survival at the expense of everyone else, society suffers. In order to have harmony in society, we need to rise above the level of reptilian thinking and work for the common good of humanity.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Doner, Margaret. (2012). Merlin’s War: The Battle Between the Family of Light and the Family of Dark. iUniverse.

Icke, D. & Mutwa, C. (2004). The Reptilian Agenda. 3-DVD set

Icke, D. (1999). The Biggest Secret: The Book That Will Change the World (Updated Second Edition). David Icke Books. An excerpt about Princess Diana’s experience with the Royal Family as Reptilians can be found at http://369news.net/huge-secret-princess-diana-knew/. Note that the work of David Icke is controversial, as is the whole concept of Reptilians.

Kenyon, T. & Sion, J. (2013). The Arcturian Anthology. Orcas, WA: Orb Publishing.

2. Customizing Meridian and Chakra Treatments

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Master the procedure for spotting and eliminating limiting beliefs called “objections” in Energy Psychology.
  2. Learn how to customize a meridian sequence for rapid, effective emotional relief.
  3. Learn how to customize a chakra sequence for optimal therapeutic benefit.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Talk therapy is great for feeling supported, finding insights, and forming problem-solving strategies. But disturbing emotions often remain even after extended discussion of the trauma involved in an event. The pioneering work of Roger Callahan, PhD, developed a way to systematically desensitize unwanted emotions by stimulating a point on the meridian of each organ involved. Callahan named his work “Thought Field Therapy (TFT)” because one only had to think about what happened and then treat meridian points to release negative emotions. For trauma, fear, and anxiety, TFT is the gold standard treatment to rapidly resolve these issues. TFT has had more limited success with deeply embedded emotional problems like depression and limiting beliefs, but working with the chakra system has had more success in reaching and releasing these deep patterns. For even greater therapeutic speed and success, working with the chakras can also be customized to tailor the treatment to the specific configuration of the problem.

However, before either of these systems can have full effect, the client’s internal limiting beliefs need to be discovered and eliminated. These blockage programs such as feeling one does not deserve healing, that recovery is not possible or not safe, or denying the very existence of the problem must first be resolved. Again, Roger Callahan is the innovator who discovered the existence of these programs which he called “psychological reversals.” Energy Psychology terms them “objections” because they form internal objections to the healing process. Once objections are cleared and a tailor-made treatment using meridians, chakras, or a combination of both the chakra and meridian systems is employed, a practitioner has a dynamic method of releasing human suffering. The presenter and others have used this method of trauma release in Rwanda working with genocide survivors with success.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Callahan, R., and R. Trubo. (2002). Tapping the Healer Within: Using Thought Field Therapy to Instantly Conquer Your Fears, Anxieties, and Emotional Distress. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Lambrow, P. and G. Pratt. (2002). Instant Emotional Healing: Acupressure for the Emotions. New York: Broadway Books.

Stone, B., Leyden, L., & Fellows, B. “Energy Psychology Treatment for Orphan Heads of Households in Rwanda: An Observational Study,” Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, and Treatment. November, 2010 (www.EnergyPsychologyJournal.org).

Whisenant, W.F. (1994). Psychological Kinesiology: Changing the Body’s Beliefs. Kailua, HI: Monarch Butterfly Productions.

3. Surgery Support Protocol

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Talk with the body about exactly what will happen during the surgery and ask for cooperation.
  2. Set up spiritual protection in the operating room.
  3. Reset any energetic pathways that were blocked by surgical incisions.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

As western medicine advances in its ability to restore eyesight, open up blood flow to the heart, transplant organs, remove tumors, and many other ways to increase the quality of human life, we need methods to deal with unwanted side effects surgery may incur. Some people experience a change of personality after surgery. Others have scars that heal poorly, and full function of the affected area is never recovered. Some people never recover their vitality after the trauma of a major surgery. This protocol works with the body’s innate wisdom to prepare for successful surgery and to eliminate or recover from the energetic, emotional, and spiritual problems that may occur.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Baldwin, W. (1995). Healing Lost Souls: Releasing Unwanted Spirits from Your Energy Body. Hampton Roads Publishing.

Macy, M. (2006). Spirit Faces: Truth About the Afterlife. Weiser Books.

Stone, B. (2008). Invisible Roots: How Healing Past Life Trauma Can Liberate Your Present. Santa Rosa, CA: Energy Psychology Press.

4. Ethics

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Name the most important risk management factor as an energy practitioner.
  2. Identify three key areas that can cause problems in the relationship with clients.
  3. Distinguish Soul Detective work as an energy practitioner from medical practice.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Our core values as social workers are treating people ethically, humanely, and fairly. Ethics are even more important when working with complementary modalities such as Soul Detective work which address the delicate realm of the relationship between the mind, emotions, and the spiritual essence of a person. In former times, when the establishment did not approve or condone of a healing practice such as herbal medicine, sometimes herbalists were accused of being witches and executed for their craft. In modern times, if someone feels a practitioner is doing something illegal or unethical, rather than getting executed, a person gets sued. Knowing guidelines for ethical practice avoids potential areas of conflict and reduces risk factors so we can practice with greater safety and effectiveness.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Cohen, M. (2000). Beyond Complementary Medicine: Legal and Ethical Perspectives on Health Care and Human Evolution. University of Michigan Press.

Feinstein, D. (2011). Ethics Handbook for Energy Healing Practitioners. Santa Rosa, CA: Energy Psychology Press.

Guggenbuhl-Craig, A. (1998). Power in the Helping Professions. Spring Publications.

Hover-Kramer, D. (2011). Creating Healing Relationships: Professional Standards for Energy Therapy Practitioners. Santa Rosa, CA: Energy Psychology Press.

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SERIES SIX

1. Soul Purpose

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify the importance of knowing one’s soul purpose.
  2. Explore five major categories of soul purpose.
  3. Learn a meditation technique to get directly in touch with one’s Soul Purpose.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

On a long trip, when we know our destination and that we are heading in the right direction, we do not go into panic if we encounter a minor traffic jam or route detour. Likewise, when a person knows the overall plan for one’s life, the minor bumps along the way are not as upsetting. A person without a life plan is like a boat on the ocean, drifting wherever the wind blows. A sailboat uses the power of the wind itself to get to the destination by setting the sail in the right direction. Getting in touch with one’s Soul Purpose adds dimension, meaning, and purpose to one’s life.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Hammond, M. (2008). Living Your Soul’s Purpose: Wellness and Passion with Energy Psychology. Global Healing Press.

Thayer, S. (1999). Interview with an Angel. Dell Publishing.

Newton, M. (2000). Destiny of Souls: New Case Studies of Life Between Lives. Llewellyn Publications.

2. Enhancing Your Soul Detective Practice

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Employ strategies to gear the session to the client’s goals.
  2. Explore time-management strategies for Soul Detective Sessions.
  3. List three methods that will build your practice.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Social workers have always been on the cutting edge, wanting new tools to help society. Rather than just putting Band-Aids on surface wounds, we want to find out who is doing the cutting and stop the abuse at its origins. Soul Detective work goes deep to find the origin or multiple origins of a problem and then works for a win-win solution for everyone and everything involved. The benefits of a Soul Detective session ripple out to one’s family and society. This work, so aligned with the overall mission of Social Work, is most often done in a private practice setting rather than in an agency. Licensed Independent Social Workers who have Soul Detective training face the challenge of how to let people know about this depth work. This Proficiency Call presents guidelines around setting up a successful Soul Detective practice to clear the origins of much human suffering, which is now no longer necessary.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Cohen, M. (2000). Beyond Complementary Medicine: Legal and Ethical Perspectives on Health Care and Human Evolution. University of Michigan Press.

Hover-Kramer, D. with Murphy, M. (2009). Creating Right Relationships: A Practical Guide to Ethics in Energy Therapies.

ACEP Ethics Committee (2009). “ACEP Guidelines for Representing Yourself as an Energy Psychology Practitioner.” Website of the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology at www.energypsych.org

3. Clearing Houses, Battlegrounds, Burial Grounds and Portals

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. List the steps of the Soul Detective protocols to clear Houses, Battlegrounds and Burial Grounds.
  2. Differentiate between different origins of portals allowing in detrimental energy.
  3. Practice installing a stairway of Light to guide earthbound spirits into the Light.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Areas of the country where huge battles have taken place, like Gettysburg, Virginia, seem to still hold the feelings of the people who fought and died there. Places where people have been buried also seem to hold the unresolved emotional disturbances of the deceased. Housing developments built over ancient burial grounds have sometimes suffered a series of calamities, as if the deceased buried there were angry at their resting place being disturbed. Portals are openings to other realms and dimensions that sometimes bring in disturbing energy. This Proficiency Call provides a way to deal with the originators of the problem, resolve disturbed emotions, and restore peace. Whether these other dimensions are real or imagined, the emotional impact can be resolved.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Fiore, E. (1987). The Unquiet Dead: A Psychologist Treats Spirit Possession. New York: Ballantine Books.

Ireland-Frey, L. Freeing the Captives: The Emerging Therapy of Treating Spirit Attachment. Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads.

Modi, S. (1997). Remarkable Healings: A Psychiatrist Discovers Unsuspected Roots of Mental and Physical Illness. Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing Co, Inc.

4. Sorcery Guidelines

Note: This material is only for very advanced students who are comfortable with muscle testing, able to hold their own center, confident in their therapeutic skills, and have a good support network of Beings of Light. Practicing the protocol is not for beginners, as working with sorcery may put the practitioner in danger of being attacked. However, knowing the mechanics of sorcery may help a practitioner know when to refer a case.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

 

  1. Know when to refer a case that involves sorcery.
  2. Differentiate between a tended sorcery program and an untended sorcery program.
  3. Release afterlife entanglements for deceased sorcerers willing to repent.
  4. Repair the damage patterns in clients caused by sorcery.

RELEVANCE TO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE:

Social workers are ethically bound to deal with clients within their cultural framework. In many cultures, people hire Black Magicians to achieve a desired detrimental effect, and people who get sick may feel they are the recipient of sorcery. Knowing how sorcery works provides a way to undo the damage done. A Sorcerer or Sorceress calls upon universal energy, Source energy, to accomplish a focused thought for a detrimental purpose. We call this Black Magic. People can hire a Black Magician/Sorcerer to get revenge, bind someone into slavery, cast a curse or hex, put a love spell on someone, or any number of effects they desire that interfere with free will and do not serve the highest good of all.

The sorcerer learns remote viewing. When sending a sorcery program, the Black Magician studies the auric field of the recipient to find cracks and flaws in the person’s energy and then mentally sends the program in through those vulnerabilities. They seek to stick the knife right into the person’s deepest wound. Knowing this principle, one of the things we can do to protect ourselves is to keep our hearts pure. When we hold on to anger and revenge, those emotions serve as targets for sorcerers. Forgive everyone for everything, starting with yourself!

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Bruce, R. (2002). Practical Psychic Self-Defense. Hampton Roads Publishing Co., Inc.

Fortune, D. (2001). Psychic Self-Defense. Weiser Books.

Castenada, C. (1985). The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge. Washington Square Press.

Hill, G. (2005). People Who Don’t Know They’re Dead. Boston: Weiser Books.

Joralemon, D. & Sharon, D. (1993). Sorcery and Shamanism. The University of Utah Press.

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