We show below some books about spirit release that you might be interested in.
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by Thomas Zinser
An extremely important book, with three parts examining the boundary of spirit, healing the inner world, and soul dimensions.
Healing Lost Souls
by William Baldwin
Healing Lost Souls is Bill's last book. Here he tells how he came to spirit release. The many anecdotes and case histories are engagingly told. This is a wide ranging text written with authority and charm. It is an excellent introduction to the subject.
Ghosts and Earthbound Spirits
by Linda Williamson
This is a highly recommended and excellent book, exceedingly clearly written in down-to-earth language by an expert medium and teacher.
Spirit Releasement Therapy
by William Baldwin
"Dr Baldwin covers not only Spirit Releasement Therapy, but Past Life Therapy and therapy for those suffering from Multiple Personality Disorder. Besides carefully and thoroughly detailing the techniques of each, he illustrates his methods with verbatim material from his case files. The student is given the exact wording that can be used in the therapies. When one finishes the Manual, one has at one's fingertips up-to-date knowledge of how actually to use the procedures that are described. The therapist is also given clear and logical explanations of why they work, together with a discussion of the historical background.
"One of the aspects of Dr Baldwin's work that sets him apart from many of us who work along similar lines is his expertise in the area of non-human entities. His fearlessness and years of experience now offers the reader excellent descriptions of these beings and the various categories involved as well as a step-by- step how-to approach to freeing the client from their grip. The Manual is a true contribution to the field of healing." Edith Fiore
The Unquiet Dead
by Edith Fiore
"This classic text, published in 1987, is the first clearly set-out account of spirit release work, using hypnosis. It is an authoritative and beautifully written account, by a clinical psychologist with great experience, who came to spirit release from past-life therapy. There are many fascinating case studies, with verbatim accounts of the therapeutic interaction. It contains many tips and practical suggestions. The book is written for the general public. It should also be read by every spirit release therapist." Alan Sanderson
by Sue Allen
Spirit Release covers psychic attack, curses, witchcraft, spirit attachment, possession, soulretrieval, haunting, soul rescue, deliverance, exorcism and others. The term is used by healers and psychics of all religions and traditions to define the work they do in releasing and rescuing entities found with people, on land, in buildings and objects which are then redirected to somewhere more appropriate. This comprehensive guide has been developed over many years and used as course material in the College of Psychic Studies in London. Taking a responsible and careful approach to the subject, it stresses that the process should be carried out in a compassionate way, without blame or judgment of the spirit or of the individual who is seeking help.
by Samuel Sagan
Dr. Sagan's Entity Possession is written with a matter-of-fact tone that this subject matter deserves. A straight-forward scientific presentation of subtle energy influences without the mystical journey overtones. A must read for serious Energy Healers and anyone else that perceives subtle energies
by Shakuntala Modi
"Dr Modi is a psychiatrist, who followed in Baldwin's footsteps. Her book gives many accounts of past life and spirit release therapy. She breaks new ground in her handling of soul fragmentation, for she reports that soul parts are often taken captive by demons which torture or otherwise manipulate them in Hell. This view, so far as I know, is not held by other leaders in the field. Modi analyses her case material, finding that spirit releasement and soul integration relieve emotional and psychotic symptoms in 80% of cases, while physical symptoms are relieved in 70% by past life therapy. There is no index, but an excellent bibliography. The book contains many case histories, with much to interest therapists." Alan Sanderson
by Terry & Natalia O'Sullivan
Perhaps there is so much fear of death in the modern world because there is so little understanding of the soul. Those nearing death are apprehensive or resigned: those bereaved struggle with their grief, by turns questioning, raging or retreating into a lonely numbness. The fears of the dying and the bereaved may result in an inability to let go- -of the physical realm or of the deceased, so claim the authors of Soul Rescuers, who take as their starting point the concept that death is just a gateway from the physical to the non-physical realm.
Freeing the Captives
by Louise Ireland-Frey
"Dr Louise Ireland-Frey is a physician of the soul. After decades of medical practice, Louise focused on her work as a hypnotherapist, assisting her patients in discovering and healing the ills of the soul-past life trauma, soul fragmentation and spirit attachment. The writing style, like Louise herself, is sweet and clear. The book includes reports of many outstanding and convincing case histories. This is a substantial contribution to the field of SRT and should be required reading for every SRT practitioner." William Baldwin. From Free Spirit 1999
Thirty Years Among the Dead
by Carl Wickland
The author of this ciassic account of spirit release, was a psychiatrist who worked with his wife, a spirit medium. Wickland would drive the spirits out of his patients with static electricity from a Wimshurst machine. When they entered his wife, he would dialogue with them, pointing out the error of their ways. The book has many accounts of great interest, which report the dialogue in full. First published in 1927. Alan Sanderson
The Bright Light of Death
by Annabelle Chaplin
"Annabelle Chaplin was led to her gentle, psychic approach to spirit release through dreams. In the waking state, she experienced vivid visual imagery, similar to Jung's active imagination. The book relates a number of cases of spirit attachment following bereavement and their resolution through prayer. First published in 1977, the book is still in print and well deserves to be." Alan Sanderson