In Spiritual Rescue Technology, we have been able to change personality traits for many years, simply by handling and or removing the spirits who cause us to exhibit undesirable traits. Each session produces a noticeable change in behavior as spirits are removed and no longer produce undesirable reactions to life.
In yesterday’s workshop, the topic of recruiting new spirits was brought up and I realized that our current approach to behavior modification was unnecessarily limited. Alka Madan described how she reaches out to spirits and has them join her when she wants new abilities. We spent a few moments discussing how this could work and decided that this was a topic that deserved more attention. If we can change personality and behavior by removing spirits and retraining others, what might we accomplish by recruiting spiritual beings with desirable characteristics?
In this webinar, we will discuss how we can recruit new beings to assist us and enhance our existing abilities. It is a multi-step process, starting with defining what abilities we want to add, attracting beings with these abilities, offering them a challenge that they will be happy to accept, and training them to work with the other beings who make up our core personalities.
We will probably have to add additional spiritual staff to handle the recruiting and training of these new beings as well as spiritual staff to supervise the performance of new spiritual staff while they are getting up to speed as a team member.
I am sure that this will occur on a cope and organize basis for some time, as most of us do not have a support team established to monitor and supervise new spirits as they appear for duty. This means that we, the upper management team, will be carrying an additional load until we work out a sane staffing plan.
If a primary being does not organize his or her spiritual teammates, they pick up an additional workload with each new being added to the group. The functions needed must include training and supervision as well as recruiting new beings. There needs to be a higher level of supervision that decides what training is needed and decides where new beings should be assigned to carry out the prime directive. The prime directive is the guiding principle that controls the forward progress of the team toward a long term goal. The directive can be changed as circumstances warrant or as the goal is achieved.
The organization of the team will change as targets are achieved and new goals are established for the group of beings who are acting as the composite individual. It is expected that the awareness of the group will increase and the ability of the group to create desirable effects will increase. Targets will be set and attained in order to achieve the goals the group sets for itself. At some point, the game being played may be replaced by a more interesting and challenging game, at which point the goals, targets and the organization may change to match the requirements of the new game. It remains to be seen if the culture of the group should remain the same.
While it is possible that all of this might be accomplished without adding new members to the team, it seems more desirable at this point to consider the benefits of recruiting new members to support progress in any chosen direction.
We will be working on this and related problems tomorrow, Sunday October 13, at 12 noon EDT. Join us using this link: https://zoom.us/j/4710611444
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