Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling

Relief from fears, anxieties, unwanted conditions, and troubling feelings!

Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling is based on the principle that we are all endowed with our own spiritual compass, which presents the mental and spiritual material we most need to address.

Invited and permitted to express, this basic and natural instinct presents the most relevant negative spiritual architectures, which, thus exposed, provide for the greatest meaningful and substantial desired change and improvement we seek.

In experiencing any technique of therapeutic spiritual counseling, there is no “work”, no effort, no digging, no pushing or pulling. Take whatever arises in you through your spiritual compass in response to the question or direction.

Just let your spiritual compass deliver whatever it will in response to the question or direction, to and through you, simply be an empty vessel to be filled with the content that comes to you.

Feel, without effort, resistance or reaction, the energies that are released through you, like drinking a cup of hot tea, and feeling the heat flow through you and dissipate. Nothing that occurs to you will be random and unrelated to the subject at hand, so don’t dismiss what you’re getting, just take what you’re getting. It will all prove relevant, as you simply take that ride.

Uncomfortable feelings or sensations connected to the matter can occur and then pass, incidents and events can come to mind, one after the other, all carriers of the energies expressing as the same feelings, emotions, and sensations.

Simply let these flow through you, for as long as they may continue, until you no longer feel any presence of the energies or the feelings. Until the attitudes or sensations are no longer present. As these express and naturally spiritually digest, things will clarify, the disturbing material will no longer be, and you’ll be left with such feelings as relief, serenity, joy, enthusiasm, freedom, confidence and satisfaction.

Love always,

—Dex

Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling

Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling is the term I coined to describe and distinguish what I do. For me it has been an evolution long in coming, and always ongoing. It is very simple. It is my developed use of counseling techniques developed by myself, sometimes extrapolated from what has come before, sometimes completely my own creations, which are therapeutic, in that I am helping my participants to resolve and/or accomplish the things they need and want to resolve and/or accomplish, for, and within their selves. It is based on the recognitions of one’s own spiritual nature, abilities, and creations. And so, it is Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling.

The core principle of Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling is to take up what one’s spiritual compass points to and presents. That means to always address what is “on your mind”, recognizing that this is the manifestation of your own spiritual instinct to deal with that which is most relevant for you in this moment, and therefore will result in the most substantial accomplishment possible for you now. Your spiritual compass is your own natural awareness and instinct to bring out what is most important to you here and now. And so, in Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling, we have this guiding principle:

Always honor your spiritual compass. It will never steer you wrong.

Through Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling, you will come to be better connected to, mindful of, trusting and confident in the reliability of your own spiritual compass, and thus you become more empowered.

This approach ensures that what is addressed in each session is always what is most relevant to the participant.

My guiding purpose and function, and that of anyone else who is or would be a practitioner of Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling, is: To facilitate the accomplishing of the participant’s own goals and purposes for seeking out and participating in Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling. There is no other agenda. The practitioner has no other purpose; there is no standardized or generalized purpose or goal to be forwarded, not that of the practitioner, or of any organization or authority. There is no imposition of anyone else’s concepts of “liberation”, “total freedom”, “perfection of being”, etc. There is only that one purpose:

To facilitate the accomplishing of the participant’s own goals and purposes for seeking out and participating in Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling.

Beyond this, there is recognition of the spiritual architectures of the mind to be addressed and dismantled, there are the principles related to the main principles stated above, there is the further defining of appropriate approach for the practitioner, and there are the techniques to be used, and these are what the balance of my forthcoming book will cover.

I hope you will find it interesting, enlightening and of value to you!

Love,
Dex