Induced After Death Communication: A New Discovery for Spirit Contact

AngelicView: I think this is amazing! This doctor at the VA Hospital accidentally discovered how he can help someone have an ADC (After Death Communication). He was helping patients with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) using a new technique involving eye movements that mimic the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) portion of the sleep cycle. What he found when he did this kind of therapy was that if the patient did an extra set of eye movements beyond the normal set, they would have an ADC.

Of course, this doc was astounded. Then he started having them do these extra eye movements on purpose. He found that almost every time, the person would have communication with a spirit – most generally the spirit who triggered the PTSD in the first place. The spirit would reassure the patient that they were in a great place and were doing very well there – and the PTSD would be cured!

Since that time, Dr. Allan Botkin has taught his technique to more practitioners who are having similar results and curing more PTSD sufferers.

Video Description: “Just when I begin to wonder if I’ve seen it all, something like this comes along to get me excited again. Dr. Allan Botkin has discovered a new way to communicate with our loved ones in spirit. He calls it Induced After Death Communication (IADC) and the experience allows people to communicate directly with people in spirit, ask them questions, and even feel their hugs. Al Botkin has already proven that IADCs are a beneficial therapy technique for grief and trauma. And I believe Al Botkin or someone else will discover new and amazing uses and benefits to this IADC method of spirit contact well beyond what we can even imagine thus far.” ~ Bob Olson, Afterlife TV

Dr. Botkin’s Book (available in Paperback or Kindle versions)

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Induced After Death Communication: A New Discovery for Spirit Contact

  1. Pingback: “Radical” Treatments for PTSD | Willow's Cabin

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