Advanced Healers Program Course Outline

(Advanced Healers Program Course Outline) Integrative Energy Medicine Teachings

Energy Medicine

  1. Cord Clearing/Relationship Healing
  2. Soul Retrieval—the updated version
  3. Depossession of Entities, Projections, Lower Astral “Cling-ons”
  4. Restructuring Chakras and restructuring the Human Energy Field
  5. Matrix and grid healing in the Human Energy Field
  6. Psychopomp Work/souls transitioning to the Spirit realms
  7. The evolving Human Energy Field
  8. Self-Care and self-healing as it relates to the above topics
  9. Cancer Protocol
  10. Adrenal Exhaustion Protocol
  11. Lymes Disease Protocol
  12. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Protocol
  13. Post Traumatic Shock Dissonance [Disorder]


  1. The Seven Causes of Illness
  2. Self Care/Partnership with self
  3. Masculine and Feminine Balance
  4. Integrating Self Awareness into the personality and going beyond the ego
  5. Phases of personal growth: Maturation, Inner Authority Development, Individuation, Agency—Sovereignty
  6. “Splitting” – when old patterns reemerge and the skills to work with them
  7. Beliefs & Images (Mask Work) and transmuting the Mask
  8. Ability to recognize and work with challenges with a commitment for self change integrated holistically into the healer
  9. The Witness, Inquirer, Experiencer as a skill and as a Ceremonial practice
  10. Relationship Dynamics: The morphogenetic energy field/unified field and how this relates to being in relationships. Personal relationships, client relationships, our relationship with family, work, the region we live in, the elements of the 3 Dimensions; our relationship with the earth.
  11. Personality Disorders and Behaviors—Border Line Personality; Sociopath/Psychopathic behaviors; Bi-Polar Disorder, also known as Manic Depressive Behavior
  12. Cults; Cult Profiles and working with clients in a cult and who are leaving the cult
  13. Contactees [UFO] memories, behaviors, body marks, dreams, visions, denial, etc.

Spiritual Practices

  1. Meditation, Body Prayer, Movement, Sound, Chanting
  2. Nagual Teachings and Practices (self-awareness/self-development, long distance healings, protection)
  3. The Four Agreements (updated)
  4. Bone Bundle and other Divination Practices
  5. Indigenous Mind Meditation
  6. Blue Egg for Protection
  7. Self-Healing through the layers of the human energy field
  8. Medicine Buddha Practice for self and global healing
  9. Clear Light Meditation for the Dying
  10. Dream Work as an ongoing insight practice
  11. Ton Glen Practice
  12. Songs and Chants: AEIOU, The Thunder Beings Song, Ancestors Chants
  13. Ho’o pono’pono Pracitce and the Medicine Wheel as Activator

The Elements Of Ceremonial Practices And Sacred Land Practices

  1. Sweat Lodge
  2. One Day Vision Quest
  3. Healing Ceremonies/Grid Work, Matrix healings
  4. Ata-huna nv wa-ti e-qua (forgiveness and reconciliation)
  5. Death Lodge/The Blue House Lodge
  6. Going to Water Ceremony/Putting down bundles
  7. Tree Talking Ceremony
  8. The Hollow Bone Ceremony, The Passing Through Ceremony and The Spirit Canoe Ceremony: Psychopomp healing for specific areas and regions
  9. Fire Dancing/Power Dancing
  10. Talking Stick Council Circle
  11. Bad Medicine Stick Ceremony
  12. Ghost Dancing Ceremony

Supervision and Professional Practice Development


  1. The importance of supervision. Having a sounding board for personal insight and deepening the healer’s practice with self and clients.
  2. Case studies and support for the practitioner with clients. Insights and deepening the healing vessel. Identifying areas and healings to investigate with the client, blinds spots, opportunity for soul growth, support, asking for help.
  3. The self-care for the healer. Balancing healership with personal life.
  4. Group Supervision and Individual Supervision

Professional Practice Development

  1. The client/healer relationship and states of projection, transference and holding the energy field on a personal self-aware level for both healer and client. The WIE Model. Working with Clients with Personality Disorders. Professional Boundaries—relationships with clients and multiple boundaries and relationships. Deciding when to take on a client, to refer out, or not to work with a person.
  2. Setting up a professional practice: Ethics, space/office and hours, treatment forms, budget, fees/trade/barter, insurance, professional memberships, marketing/advertising, practice development-ie. couples counseling, working with teenagers and young adults, specialty clientele, etc.; networking with health care professionals and practitioners (referring to other professionals.) Your vision for creating your profession practice.