Greetings from Dr. Jeff Eisen
I know you haven’t heard from me directly for a few years, so I’d like to use this occasion to tell you what’s been going on. A long time ago, in 1984, I was operated on for a meningioma, a benign tumor of the meninges, which is the membrane covering the brain. Then, approximately five years ago I started having seizures again, and three years ago I underwent a second surgery. However, this surgery was not nearly as successful as the first one, and three years later I am still confined to a wheelchair.
However, my mind is clear, I have resumed my psychotherapeutic practice, although exclusively on Skype, and I am both continuing to develop the radical clearing strategy of PsychoNoetics and pursuing the unfolding vision of reality that my own PsychoNoetic clearing has brought me to.
In the following months I’m going to be sending out some chapters both from my new book, A Better Idea of God, as well as from my previous book, Playing 20 Questions with God. If you like these chapters, and I’m sure most of you will, please do me the honor of sending them along to friends you know who might also be interested in them, inviting them to join my mailing list, and pass the writing forward as well.
Below please find a few paragraphs and a link to the first chapter from:
A Better Idea of God And How to Get There
My First Discovery
Sometime in 1996 my wife and I attended an advanced NAET (Allergy Elimination Technique) seminar at which a dentist by the name of Andrew Pallos presented a memory clearing technique, called the LaChance technique, which involved auto-kinesiological testing and intentional letting go. Without getting into details, I can tell you that Andrew claimed that it enabled him to get over his extremely traumatic childhood, and that without this technique he would have been virtually lost to the world. To say that I adopted this technique with enthusiasm is an understatement. In fact, it became the heart of PsychoNoetics, the kinesiological, clearing, psychospiritual therapy that I have been perfecting and practicing ever since.
Within a few months of commencing my self-clearing, I had virtually cleared my entire personal history, from childhood up to the present day, and was up to letting go of the illusion of the separate self. From both my reading and my meditation, I had come to understand that my sense of being a separate self was illusory, but when it came to committing the actual act of clearing, I still hesitated. It was too scary. I was terrified that I would lose something precious, something essential, some sense of being me – and instead become disoriented, lost in an amnesiac miasma of non-identity.
Well, the reality, when I eventually got my nerve up…more…