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How is the Navajo ceremony Enemy Way like Spiritual Rescue Technology?

Norman little produced a video that you really need to see. The title is: How is the Navajo ceremony Enemy Way like Spiritual Rescue Technology?

He explains what the Navajo healers developed to handle injured and handicapped warriors returning from the battlefields and how it relates to Spiritual Rescue Technology. His explanation and the graphics he uses are a powerful presentation of how troubled spirits can affect us
Norman is one of the most articulate practitioners of Spiritual Rescue Technology I know. His understanding of the power of SRT is even more remarkable because he is entirely self-taught. We have corresponded, but I have never had the privilege of speaking to him directly. His work validates the purpose of SRT in that we are continually communicating with spirits and learning more about the spiritual universe every day. I will be posting links to this video on our other websites,
His diagrams in this video capture the simplicity of what happens when we use caring communication on troubled spiritual beings. What he has not covered, because we had not discovered it at the time, is that spirits are glad to help us in our daily lives if we ask them to do so and give them a role to play. This action multiplies your individual effort with the coordinated intentions of the spirits who accompany you through life.
I left a comment on his YouTube channel that if the viewer experiences persistent troubles in life that medicine and hard work have not handled, I strongly suggest that the viewers take advantage of Norman Little’s offer of a free session.
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Jack Airey has elected to enter hospice care

Our long time group member recently went to the hospital to handle a spot of cancer in his lungs. Further testing revealed that he had cancer in his spine.

I  have since received word that Jack has stopped all medications and surgery and is choosing to take pain killers only.

He is receiving hospice care which is a special kind of care that focuses on the quality of life for people and their caregivers who are experiencing an advanced, life-limiting illness. Hospice care provides compassionate care for people in the last phases of incurable disease so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible.

Send encouraging thoughts and warm memories to him in his final days with this body.

His sage advice and his gentle humor enlivened many webinars.

He will be missed.