About Spiritual Response Therapy

We all have positive and negative experiences during this life and past lives. The way we are “affected” by those experiences leaves either positive or negative imprints (programs) on our soul. Programs follow us life after life and have an effect on us in many different ways. While positive programs can have positive effects on us, negative programs can cause blocks to happiness and financial success, can cause disease and emotional issues, etc. Spiritual Response Therapy (SRT) is a spiritual healing method that works on a soul level to locate root causes of negative programs and release them. Releasing negative programs allows us to move into the fullest expression of ourselves.

In SRT, a pendulum and a set of charts is used to locate and release negative programs. A few examples of how SRT can be useful are:

Releasing blocks to the subconscious mind: fortune, abundance, success, health, joy, harmonious relationships, etc.
Breaking down old habits: greediness, addiction, alcoholism, health abuse, childhood fears, etc.
Releasing old patterns: unsuccessful relationships, repeating mistakes, emotional frustration, etc.
Overcoming limitations: fear, phobias, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, letting go of the past, quarrels with other people, etc.
Raising one’s auric and physical energy fields: changing negative thoughts into positive ones, more vitality, greater access to your inner healer, happiness, etc.
Reaching one’s potential: achieving your dreams, having the right to choose how you live, discovering your purpose, accepting yourself, boosting confidence, etc.
Improving health.
Clearing negative energy environments: before and after important meetings, schools, home, work, etc.

Distance Healing

Because SRT work is performed by connecting with Spirit, SRT can be performed in-person or remotely. Distance SRT is just as effective as in-person; there is no difference.

Preparing for an SRT Session

Clients are encouraged to prepare for a Spiritual Response Therapy session by creating a list of current challenges, issues, or problem areas in different areas of their life.


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What SRT is “Not”

Healing and medicine are two very different disciplines. Please remember to seek medical advice from a qualified doctor or practitioner in the case of serious illness. SRT sessions should be used with the understanding that SRT is part of a holistic treatment plan. SRT is not meant to take the place of standard medical or psychological treatment, but to accompany and work in concert with it.