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To follow a masterpiece with a second book on the same subject and have another shining success is no small
achievement. Tom Zinser has done just this. In the first book he told how his thought had developed during a quarter
century of intense therapeutic effort, undertaken with the expert guidance of Gerod, channelled by an acquaintance.
Now he presents a detailed account of the diagnostic and therapeutic system that he uses with his clients.
Following trance induction and the establishment of ideo-motor signals, the first step is to gain permission from the
protective part of the mind to establish communication and then to make contact with the higher self, which becomes
co-therapist in the work of Soul-Centered Healing.
After confirming that the higher self is in agreement with the healing process, and that communication is not blocked
by another part or being (throughout the book every eventuality is carefully addressed), the inquiry proceeds. The
higher self is asked to review the problem area and determine whether something or someone is interfering at an
energetic, psychic or spiritual level. Following the usual yes, the root of the problem is approached via yes/no/dont
know answers, along the steps of the Identification Protocol, with its eight possibilities. Each identified part or being,
ego-state, spirit, extraterrestrial, dimensional being, created entity, external ego-state, device/object and autonomous
energies is then examined along the steps of its own Clinical Protocol. Final resolution is reached through integration,
removal, dissipation and severance of ties, etc., as required. In this process the higher self is consulted at every step
and performs many actions on request.

The combination of clarity and precision that Zinser brings to the text and the many illustrative sessions provide
perfect instruction for any therapist wishing to learn the techniques.

I would advise any one wishing to acquire

proficiency in SCH to read these sessions repeatedly, giving your own response to each yes/no/dont know answer,
before checking with the one given.

SCH is carried out by two agents, therapist and higher self. The higher self, through its inner connection to the Light,
is an invaluable helper, for it perceives much of which the conscious mind is unaware and it is able to affect directly
the various entities, which inhabit the inner world. It can also call helpers from the Light, when an entity seems to be
in need of more direction than the therapist knows how to provide. The simplest and most powerful tool is for the
higher self to send Light, but this must be agreeable to the ego-state, spirit or other being, to whom it is offered. To
induce calm and cooperation in this way is by no means the equivalent of a calming injection imposed on a disturbed
hospital patient. In the inner world acceptance must, with rare exceptions, precede every action. Here is a session in
which an ego-state receives Light from the higher self.

TH Higher self, Im asking that you help that ego-state to come forward here with me.
(Pause.) And to this one: do you know yourself to be part of this self and soul Im
working with?
ES No finger lifts.
TH Are you willing to have some information sent to you about your connection to this
ES Yes finger lifts.
TH Okay then. On the count of three Im going to ask the higher self to send you this
information. One, two, three, and higher self, please communicate to this one
information about whether they are or are not, part of this self and soul. Also,
please communicate any other information that might be helpful, especially about
the healing process we are working with. And to this one: lift the yes finger when
youve received that communication, second finger if you do not.
ES Yes finger lifts.
TH To this one: did you receive this communication all right?

ES Yes finger lifts.

TH Does it seem that you are part of this self and soul? First finger if yes, second finger
if not.
ES First finger lifts.
TH Are you receiving Light for yourself now where you are?
ES Hand lifts. (I dont know)
TH To this one: are you willing for higher self to send you some Light/Love energy
right now?
ES Hand lifts. (I dont know)
TH To this one: are you willing to have that Light sent to you as long as you can stop it
immediately if you need to, or if you like it, you can keep it for yourself, but the
choice will be up to you? The Light will not force itself on you.
ES Yes finger lifts.
TH On three then: One, two three... and higher self please send to this one a small piece
of that Light/Love energy. And to this one: let yourself receive that Light. You can
stop it if you need to, or, if you like it, you can bring it inside and keep it for
yourself. First finger lifting when youve touched that Light, second finger if you
do not.
ES First finger lifts.
TH To this one: did you receive that Light?
ES Yes finger lifts.
TH Did you decide to keep the Light for yourself? If so, the first finger. If you needed
to stop it, the second finger can lift.
ES First finger lifts.
TH To this one: would you like more of that Light/Love energy for yourself?
ES Yes finger lifts.
TH Higher self, Im asking, then, that you send this one more of that Light/Love
energy. And to this one: you can bring that inside to whatever level is comfortable.
First finger when that feels complete. Second finger if its stopped.
ES First finger lifts.
TH To this one: did you receive that Light all right?
ES Yes finger lifts.
TH Does that feel all right to you?
ES Yes finger lifts.
Another transformative use of the Light is when an entity that is unsure of its soul identity is asked to look inside for
its own light. This can be a great convincer.

Soul-Centered Healing is a revolutionary form of psychotherapy.

Nothing even remotely like it has ever been

developed before. Its systematic nature is demanded by the complexity of the soul-environment that Zinser, with the
advice of a channelled being, has unearthed through his research. If the approach seems over-mechanical, this is
misleading. Administered with the required sensitivity the effect is finely balanced.
As a therapist who has used the method, I want to stress how very carefully it has been developed. Every conceivable
difficulty seems to have been described and the solution set out with precision and clarity. Despite the technicality,
the book is a pleasure to read. It is a hard road to travel, but those of us who would make the journey can be assured
that, with Zinsers guidance, we can enter the land where Soul-Centered Healing can be given and received.