(A new chapter from the new book Managing Your Spiritual Companions in serial format)

Spiritual Rescue Technology (SRT) is dogma-free, at least today and for the foreseeable future. A dogma is a belief or set of beliefs held by a group or organization that others are expected to accept without argument.

At the turn of the 17th century, dogma entered English from the Latin term meaning “philosophical tenet.” The Greek word from which it is borrowed means “that which one thinks is true” and comes ultimately from the Greek dokein, which means “to seem good” or “think.”

The origin of the word dogma acts as a reminder to English speakers that now-established principles and doctrines were once simply thoughts and opinions of ordinary people that gained popularity and eventually found their way into the universal consciousness of society.

Almost every religion and many different areas of science have dogmas that must be taken as truth without question. A dogma must be taken as truth and, if questioned, will be defended with great anger as there is no basis in fact for the dogma. Threats, anger, and hostility are the only possible response when dogma is questioned because revealing the truth will destroy a long-standing belief which has become a stable datum for the group.

The axioms of Spiritual Rescue Technology are based on observations, and these observations can be validated by anyone with enough awareness. Observations can be made in error and can even be falsified, but if they cannot be repeated, they are detected as false and are discarded. Most of the observations about spiritual matters fall in the range beyond the five human senses. Since there is an increasing number of people who can perceive activity beyond the five human senses, there are many more people today who can verify spiritual activity and the mere presence of spirits.

Just to make matters clear, the five human senses are limited to; touch, sight, hearing, smell, and taste.

A few of the readily observable activities beyond these five senses are attention, intention, admiration, and emotions. Added to those are the more esoteric perceptions of telepathy, precognition, auras, telekinesis, and the creation of thermal effects on a target area.

Anyone who has actually observed activities beyond the range of the five human senses knows what they have observed and are usually quite amused by claims by skeptics that these phenomena are imaginary. Honest skeptics are quite sure that the phenomena they cannot perceive are imaginary, just as those who are hard of hearing dismiss claims that bats navigate by echolocation. If you can’t perceive intentions, you have no way of understanding that many people can read intentions and attention at a great distance.

People who study Spiritual Rescue Technology develop the ability to perceive spiritual communications and engage in telepathic communication with a great many spirits over time. After you have been scolded by a departed relative for not doing something she wanted you to do, your certainty on the spirit world increases markedly. When a departed relative answers your questions about her final days, your understanding of the mechanics of spiritual possession becomes unshakable.

So many people with the ability to communicate with spirits have been attracted to SRT that we have not taken the time to create drills to enhance one’s abilities to perceive activities beyond the five senses. As more and more people hear about SRT, it behooves us to develop Training Routines to enable more people to develop perceptions beyond the five human senses. We should also develop Administration Drills to train people to perceive and direct spirits in harmonious activities. These management skills may be native to some, but a little training will enhance almost anyone’s ability to lead a group effectively.

The important point in all of this discussion is that belief is not required in using SRT, and dogma has no part in determining what you choose to do or not to do. If you can’t observe something that others seem to be observing, ask for help, and we will create a means for you to increase your perceptions and join the fun.

Our next article will discuss various drills you can create to increase your ability to perceive and project activities beyond the five human senses.

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