Developing Trust With Others – Part One

As you well know, I have been seeking ever more basic ways to apply Spiritual Rescue Technology so that we could apply it to new public and teach it to new public as individuals and groups. As you also know when you work with your spiritual companions and give them a coherent mission order, unexpected things happen and miracles appear.

Somehow, I fell across a remarkable individual named James French who communicates with animals on a deep spiritual level without ever mentioning spirits. He has a deep conceptual understanding of empathy, trust, and mental communication and has developed something he calls the Trust Technique. I watched him put several horses through several different tasks with no verbal commands. It was very evident that he gets the horses to trust him and they cooperate with him.

I watched several videos where he describes his technique and it was like someone describing what SRT does using a different set of words. I kept having to translate his terms into the equivalent SRT terms. He describes a reach and withdraw process and tone scale manifestations with entirely different terms. I will give you a link to his free introductory messages so you can see how effective he is with animals of all kinds. If you have dogs, cats, or horses that you would like to understand and be closer to, you might want to take his full course.

Here is his description on his Trust Technique website:

James is the pioneer of the Trust Technique a method of mindfulness between animals and people, that connects and heals both. This new method has a deep message of hope and understanding which gives people a simple way to help both animals and humans with this authentic gift.

He is quite aware that his technique applies to humans as well, but his courses show how to develop trust with any animal. After watching his videos, I feel we can easily modify our SRT reach and withdraw process to achieve the same trusting relationship with other humans and spirits. The reason I can say this is that he emphasizes gradients and tone level spotting and calm concentration far more than I have. As an experienced SRT user, I have overlooked the necessity to emphasize much lower gradients, more repetitions, the absolute necessity for staying in present time, and the need to emphasize developing trust as a goal of the process. I assume you are doing these things because I do them naturally and forget to include all of these essentials in my training lessons.

I feel I can translate his improvements to the reach and withdraw process so that all of us can achieve the results on spirits that he gets with animals. I say this because I started using some elements of his technique on my cat and got a remarkable result in just a few hours. The cat’s behavior has changed remarkably and we are bonding on a deeper level than before.

I will be incorporating his improvements into my reach and withdraw sessions immediately and I am sure you will notice the difference. Adding trust and lower gradients to the reach and withdraw process makes the process even more effective.

In the next few parts of this series, I hope to give you enough useful information that you can start using it immediately on others.

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