Tag: Spirit release
This presentation entitled “The Therapeutic Process of Spirit Release” was offered at the Healing and Spirit Release Conference in Stourbridge in the UK in 2019. Agenda items included: The Philisophical underpinnings and aims of Spirit Release Therapy,
Ontology, Epistemology and Therapeutic Foundations. An exploration of the various ways of meeting the aims of Spirit Release including assisting the client to communicate with intrusive energies and remote methods. Communication of the Therapeutic Process of Spirit Release used by Paula Fenn which is an interactive, three-person process, involving the therapist and the spirit, the therapist and the host and the spirit and the host.
Phenomenology of the Spirit -Traumatic Experiences of The Dead. Abstract Submission: Conference Theme – Interdisciplinary Approaches to Corpse Work. University of York, June, 2019. Do the dead grieve? Do they experience loss? Emotionally suffer or dwell on unfinished business? Does how they died have any influence on them post death? And, do they have and/or should they be afforded agency as autonomous life forms?
In this interesting and thought- provoking presentation, Paula will discuss the process of Spirit Release Therapy, the death-point traumas which can endure after death and the therapeutic protocol she uses to assist the deceased in order to help them to heal. She will also share a range of illuminating and entertaining examples from actual cases which may challenge our everyday notions of death and the nature and endurance of consciousness post the demise of the physical body.
Haunted Hearts, Haunted Minds: Psychological Intrusion and Organisational Structure. This was a presentation given in July 2019 at the University of York, UK, at the Standing Conference of Organisational Symbolism (SCOS).