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New Healing Discovery: Induced After Death Communication

mom-and-babeTHE anxiety illness known as Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is believed, according to Wikipedia, to be “caused by the experience of a wide range of traumatic events.”

“Persons considered at risk include combat military personnel, victims of natural disasters, concentration camp survivors, and victims of violent crime. Individuals not infrequently experience ‘survivor’s guilt‘ for remaining alive while others died.”

Lifelong PTSD is also induced in infants and children who at varying ages experience “separation anxiety,” the real or imagined loss of an important parental figure, even if only for a few seconds. Usually the focus person is the child’s mother, as explained in the book Babies Need Mothers by Dr. Clancy McKenzie.

In a short video talk found at Waking our Inner Dream God, Dr. McKenzie claims PTSD (schizophrenia) is unnecessary, and explains the origin, mechanism, treatment and prevention of the disorder. You can also access Dr. McKenzie’s Programmed Dreams system.

Dr. McKenzie has not known “anyone to receive a wrong answer or one that is morally corrupt.” He concludes from this that “the answers are coming from a higher source, and that the programmed dream might be similar to prayer – but with a refined technique for receiving the answer.” Click on the link below to view or save the .pdf file to your computer:

Programmed Dreams

babies need mothersImages of dis-empowering thoughts and feelings “are being made from day to day,” W. Q. Judge wrote giving the occult law underlying their power over us  (Ocean of Theosophy, Ch. 12). With this law “every thought combines instantly with one of the elemental forces of nature, becoming to that extent an entity … and all of these are inseparably connected with the being who evolved them.”

Entrenched fears, sadness and guilt feelings in our life can set us up for both psychological and physical illnesses, but as will be shown these can be completely removed and put behind us.

compassionVarious therapies, in addition to the substantial benefits accrued from genuine meditation, yoga and spiritual practices, have been developed in the last decades. The most powerful methods actively in use, not relying on hypnosis or psychic healers, are EFT Tapping, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy).

Adding insights of his own from Dr. Raymond Moody’s studies of near death experiences, psychotherapist Dr. Allan Botkin developed Induced After Death Communication (IADC), an even more effective therapy for grief and trauma, one that has helped thousands of people. In this interview with Bob Olsen of Afterlife TV, Dr. Botkin discusses the new therapy he discovered for grief and trauma.

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Dreaming with God

THE principles of occult science and psychology were so unfamiliar, that Mme. Blavatsky often added the term “meta” to distinguish them from the mainstream.”Meta-chemistry,” for example, was frequently used.

“Theosophy, or rather the occult sciences it studies,” she explained in her article Le Phare De L’Inconnu, “is something more than simple metaphysics.”

“It is, if I may be allowed to use the double terms, meta-metaphysics, meta-geometry, etc., etc., or a universal transcendentalism. Theosophy rejects the testimony of the physical senses entirely, if the latter be not based upon that afforded by the psychic and spiritual perceptions.”

This post might have been titled “Meta-psychology,” but the editors confess to prefer instead to mass media popular topics. This video blog is being published simultaneously to our subscribers, plus adding a permanent link titled “Science and Spirituality” to the site header.

That link will be updated periodically with important findings, so feel free to check by clicking the header link “Science & Spirituality.” As new materials are added, links to the posts will also be emailed immediately to Theosophy Watch subscribers.

Publicizing new discoveries in psychology and consciousness are ideas that drive the editorship of Theosophy Watch. Such are relevant to its declared focus “ancient thought in modern dress” — a phrase coined by H. P. Blavatsky in The Secret Doctrine.

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Wounded Souls

HUMAN casualties of war wear two opposite yet related faces — those who are injured and killed, and those who injure and kill them.

The devastation for both is long-lasting, evidence shows. Sometimes, as we will see, restoring spiritual peace and health for either side may involve lifetimes.

Wounds received on both sides transcend the body, although physical scars have been shown to bridge lifetimes. War experiences are deeply rooted, leaving souls in desperate need of emotional, and psycho-spiritual healing.

But surprisingly, sometimes just remembering, and owning a past life tragedy, can heal the effects of personal trauma.

One of H. P. Blavatsky’s most powerful stories, “Karmic Visions,” opens in a battle, with “a camp filled with war-chariots, neighing horses and legions of long-haired soldiers.”

An old gray-haired prophetess stands defiantly before her captor, the cruel Clovis, King of the Franks. Taunted by the woman, who refuses to tell where the enemy’s treasure is hidden, Clovis loses patience. The story goes that he kills her by angrily plunging his spear into the her throat. Continue reading