Category Archives: Spiritual Processes

The Compression Point

In Compression Point Processing, the compression point to process is the one that is manifesting the strongest. It could be the only one the client is aware of. When you look at an area of pain or shock, you are looking at a collapsed area, a collapsed universe. From the Knowledgism Dictionary: COLLAPSED UNIVERSE 1.…

Practices’, Practitioner’s and Client’s Misdirections, Tricks, Denials and Avoidances, Connected to “The Furies”

By Alan C. Walter “The Furies” have remained unhandled on all Spiritual Beings’ cases, because they contain huge powerful quantities of disruptive, destructive psychic forces, charge, pain, fear and anguish, stemming from violations of the Spiritual Beings’ Codes, Virtues, Honesty, Principles and Integrity. When a Spiritual Being violates its Codes, Virtues, Honesty, Principles and Integrity…

Tacit Sabotage

By Alan C. Walter Its a telepathic universe!! We are ALL in this game together. For us to lose we would have to intend to lose. Or be connected to those who intend us to lose. The ONLY WAY TO LOSE is TO NOT CO-AUDIT. If you have quit auditing then you are TACITALLY SABOTAGING…

Out of Body Exteriorization

By Argos Warning:               Please take full responsibility in applying the mental trainings I am going to propose here, you can read what is all about safely, and then decide to test or not to test the workability of what is proposed.              …

Power Process 6 Open Flow Dichotomy

I had previously published a solo version of an older version of this process with accreditation to John McMaster and Dexter Gelfand. I told Dexter of this and asked for permission to publish the original Open Flow Dichotomy version. I was delighted when he said, “Yes, but publish it with the caveat that while it has…

Alan Walter’s Shock, Confusion, Mass and Force Handling

These Shocks, Confusions,Masses, or Forces occur outside the physical universe. So it requires Being somewhat Godlike to handle it. This outlaws an identity trying to be the Auditor. Unless contained within it, all questions and commands are to be prefaced with either “As a spiritual being, …” or “As a god-like being, ….”. -Alan Walter…

Open Flow Power Dichotomy Processing 6 SOLO

The original process was created by John McMaster, then modified for open flow dichotomy processing by Dexter Gelfand. I further modified it for SOLO processing. This spiritual process works well for processing dichotomies. Whatever surfaces should be handled with a Shock Handling Process. NEGATIVE (1)Regarding (area addressed), Locate and fully examine a condition of (item).…

Handling Fixed Mental Images

One fast way to handle highly charged stuck mental images is to concentrate on the picture and dissolve it back into life force. Another way is to make copies of the picture that appears to be stuck. Have the client distribute them in pairs facing each other in whatever fashion the client chooses, and then…

Harmful Act Handling

The process is pretty simple and it cuts deep. It is a variation of Power Processing. Harmful Act Handling Process (In the area of…) Has a harmful act been committed? What problem did it solve? Any other details? What problem was created? How was that handled? What solution was created? How was it handled?

Dynamic Process

This is a variation of a process created by Alan Walter. I am not sure how many of his rundowns include it. I found it in his Fear to Daring Procedure. Great for running dichotomies. The idea is to address the negative item first and then the opposing term. Word Question 1 appropriately for a…

I am so pleased to see your new website where you are sharing your wins and the processes you use to help yourself and others!
You have taken your Spiritual Rescue Technology training and have created your own mix of powerful spiritual processes to help others. I wish you great success in developing your practice!
David St Lawrence

Modus Operandi

“Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.”
Bruce Lee

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