Are you afraid to die? Afraid of death? Does death for you mean the great unknown, the great nothingness? Perhaps you have a mental picture of a utopian kind of place? Many people believe that in their moment of dying all will be revealed… Is this how you feel? Wouldn’t you like to know what it’s like now?

You might have already heard of “near death experiences”, where people “die”, leave their own body, pass through a tunnel of light or darkness and then come back into this reality having had a life changing experience…

What is death? Many of us agree that death is not an end in and of itself… But we surely don’t want to put ourselves at risk by having our own “near death experience”! Progression Therapy is the key to all your answers.

I feel that it’s time to remove the veil of ignorance which we use to surround and romanticize the still relatively unknown, subject, issue and concept of death… The world en-mass is in need of re-realizing what life is. We have had a forever disconnection which has brought a deep sense of isolation to all individuals… Death is not an absolute. I feel it’s time to bring down the walls, the lines and the barriers caused by fear and ignorance… The keys are here and now. Time is also not an issue, or a fixed reality.

The “Let’s Look Deeper into Death” Project

For this project, fifty volunteers were to be selected nationwide to be transported forward in time to their last conscious moments in their present life… They would be shown how to let go of this life and would see and experience themselves what came next… The purpose of this was to film a documentary involving these fifty volunteers and their death experience stories. In doing so, we would make available to the world some further information on the issue of “death”…

The technique that I would use to transport the volunteers forward in time is called “Progression Therapy”. The technique itself is not new, it has been used by Masters, Avatars and those working with higher spiritual aims since time began… Many people have gone forward to future times of their choice and some have chosen to move through their death experience, present and past… Progression Therapy is on a parallel with Regression Therapy, which is the experience of past times and lives. Regression Therapy has become a lot more documented and accepted over the past thirty years or so.

I work with both Regression and Progression Therapies and have earned credit as the first person to successfully take two people forward in time on live national television in the UK. I do not use hypnosis with either of these or indeed with any of my therapies and there is absolutely no danger, only enormous benefits of life changing proportions…

Life and death, in my experience, are the same. They are both filled with countless and different realities, dimensions and life forms… Clients who have passed through their death experience repeat countless positive changes such as greater peace, calmness, focus and control over their lives as well as keener perception and cessation of fears.

Indeed, when you really know about death, it can beg the question, not “is there life after death”, but “is there life before death?”!!!

To answer this, as you move along your path of healing, you will realize that it is up to you – the creator, the artist, the movie producer – to make it so!

“Let’s Look Deeper into Death” Project Update…

The month is May as I write and we have filmed around 30 people so far… The volunteers have a wide and diverse range of ages, backgrounds and religious and belief systems… The work is fascinating. We filmed with volunteers nationwide and catalogued their experiences while receiving much positive feedback from all who took part and were involved.

People feel that it has been for them an utterly life changing experience… There are many who have changed their lives in totally positive and constructive ways as a result of and because of what they have seen during their Progression session. As a psychic and a therapist it is for me also very rewarding to see so much of what I know and feel about death being confirmed by others…

On May 24th, I presented to around 70 people at the A.R.E. of Houston, a lecture centered around death and living issues. I showed a 10 minute video compilation of extracts of a few of the volunteers… We then discussed issues around the “fear of death”. I was very pleased with the outcome and by the feedback I received. The Houston Chronicle has expressed an interest in one of their staff journalists participating in the project and I look forward to their participation.

I received written feedback from the volunteers who took part in the project and amongst them was a grandmother who, in simple ways, said much for the possibilities involved in the experience… She was a very family oriented person and was very nervous and hesitant about the idea of death as she could hardly bear the thought of being parted from those that were close to her and whom she loved so dearly… She was extremely happy to find that death did not mean “the end” and to experience that there was no separation… That she could still be close to guide, help and influence those around her after death just as she was in life… This gave her, as it gave to the others, much hope and joy about life… Indeed, we have a whole new way of looking at life after we have experienced death!

The “Let’s Look Deeper into Death” Project: Progress…

One year has passed, it is now January 1997 and I feel very positive about the project as I feel it has been helping to bring further awareness… I was confident that by now, death would be much more topical and open discusssion and no longer such a tabboo or closed subject… I can happily now say that this is the case!

There are many more books coming out right now on the subject of death. There are many more alternative approaches to the subject and also to the care of the dying… It is almost surprising to me just how many magazines are devoting large spaces to the subject and interviewing those involved in positive research and alternatives! I recently read an article about Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, a woman who is no doubt a pioneer in many ways regarding death and dying… She who has urged for great reform and change in the care of the dying is now facing her own death experience… It draws steadily nearer and she welcomes it…

Meanwhile, the material that we filmed for this campaign… This is something that has been put on hold for the time being. I feel that there is no hurry for the work to be concluded… It will have – I believe – it’s own time, place and purpose. As things do. I have myself progressed forward into the future and the realms of technology and medicine. Can you imagine all the answers that can be found there and all the good that can be done with them? Things are now moving very quickly, so anything and everything is possible…