The Prerequisite

The first requirement of a facilitator is to have completed or released similar programs. This allows the facilitator to hold space that a client can expand into.

The second requirement of a facilitator is a connection to Presence. The facilitator does not do the work of transformation. It is a gift from Presence. The facilitator is simply a conduit for the sacred work of your personal Divine.

Release modalities, which I call access methods, are routes to freeing stored information and charges or programming. This programming repeats, loops, manifesting in life patterns. When the charge is experienced, when the charge has completed its journey, the learning has happened and the program ends.

These modalities are not practices. The ultimate point of a practice (e.g., meditation, breathwork, etc.) is to demonstrate that it does not work, that it does not free you from the basic mechanism that creates the issues in the first place: the mind. When the absolute futility of all effort is experienced, the mind stops for a moment and there is an opportunity for Presence, your Divine, to enter and change things for you.

It’s a paradox that these access methods free stuck energy and help you become more aware and present. By obvious extension one would think that with enough use of these modalities, you’d eventually become free and awaken. But the mind is engaged in all access methods. It may give up one identity while creating another. For example, you may drop “I’m angry” and replace it with “I’m spiritually evolved.” Both are formations of the mind. Awakening is freedom from the mind itself.