Spirit Releasement Therapy
Therapy is an excellent method of depossession developed by
the late Dr. William Baldwin. It is sometimes referred to as, “A clinical
approach to depossession”.
It wasn't long after I became interested in the subject
of Soul Rescue that the subject of Attached Spirits started
coming up more and more.
The most interesting and methodical form of spirit
release that I've found was the Spirit Releasement Therapy
method that had been developed by the late Dr. William
Baldwin. Dr. Baldwin was actually a crusader for this
clinical approach to depossession.
Dr. Baldwin's method has three approaches to spirit
- Regression Therapy
- Soul Fragment Recovery
- Spirit Releasement (and other entities)
Attached Spirit Release and
Spirit Releasement Therapy
Although I started with Dr. Baldwin's methods, and
still respect his work tremendously, I've since developed my
own approach based on my own experiences.
However, I still always point to and recommend Dr.
Baldwin's book, Spirit Releasement Therapy: A Technique Manual
as required reading for my own students.
In the SRT method, attached spirits are seen as
"parasites" that feed off the energy of the living
host. In some cases the spirit is made to feel guilty
for invading the host. However, all interactions are
encouraged to be non-confrontational and all spirits are
invited to transition, or cross-over.
In my own work with spirits, I believe that all attached
spirits will have a resonating emotion with the
living host. It is this resonance that initially
attracts the spirit to the host, and then keeps it attached.
As a result, when I work with spirits my only objective
is to assist the spirit to transition. I place no
judgment, blame or guilt on the spirit. One criticism
that I've received from clients is that often my Attached
Spirit Release sessions will often seem like they are more
for the spirit than for the client. However, it's
always my view that when the spirits and entities are
helped to transition, the client is then left with the
desired result of being free from the attachments.
Another major difference in ASR and SRT is that the SRT
is based on the use of hypnosis and using the client to channel the attached
spirit. This allows the Release Practitioner to speak with the
spirit, through the hypnotized client.
The ASR approach is to use a Psychic Medium to channel
the attached spirits. The trained medium
will identify attached spirits and entities and allow them
to speak through her. I, as a Release
Facilitator, will then speak to the spirits through the
medium instead of the client.
||Spirit Releasement Therapy: A Technique Manual
by Dr. William Baldwin
Excellent book for a pragmatic approach to Spirit
Release. Dr. Baldwin delivers well researched
information on the modern-day history of various
Spirit Release methods.
Dr. Baldwin also does a very interesting breakdown
of various types of entities that he has encountered,
Rev. William Baldwin was also practicing minister.
In many ways, he offers a Good vs. Evil approach to the
subject of spirit release. Although we do still
strongly recommend his book as a reference, we believe that
anyone that is interested in learning how to release spirits
must learn to have a neutral approach throughout the