New Frontiers with TFT

We just returned from an exciting and stimulating meeting of TFT VT (Voice Technology) practitioners.  While not all were able to attend, we had practitioners from South America, Japan, Europe, and the USA. 

 

We met in beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii, where we enjoyed the air, the waves and the heavenly beauty of Hawaii. We all presented interesting and challenging cases, new ideas and works in progress.  I shared my current work on the ELECTRIC THEORY OF CANCER. and the development of (currently) 15 unique and powerful ways that TFT can help people who have cancer.

 

We heard about new organizational structures, a new journal featuring TFT, the latest research and humanitarian efforts and some amazing case studies with TFT and cancer, rare neurological disorders, autism, coma’s, and life changing work with prisoners. Many of these cases were considered hopeless by the attending medical practitioners and fully documented with medical records and tests.  They demonstrate the true power of TFT, nature’s healing system.  Watch upcoming issues of the Thought Field and the UPdate for details of these cases and happenings in 2009.  

 

When we returned from Honolulu I found the mail waiting for me.  The NATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST NEWSPAPER was the first item.  The headline on the front page identified a recent study confirming what I have been working on, relieving mental stress helps cancer patients.  I will go into more detail in my next post.

 

Trauma Relief for Vets

Our returning veterans need help.  The VA is overwhelmed and can’t even begin to help those in need.  Recently the media is trying to bring attention to the lack of services and this great need facing our country.

Callahan Techniqes, Ltd. and the ATFT Foundation are working together to provide free, self-help techniques for our vets.  Other grass-roots groups and organizations are launching or expanding mental health services for returning combat troops, new veterans and their families.   But we all need help in reaching out and finding ways to let them know about these services.

We hope these free self-help procedures and the mentoring provided with our new Trauma Relief Retreat – Timeshare weeks for Vets will fill in gaps left by the military and Department of Veterans Affairs. The goal is to prevent combat stress, post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries from causing long-term depression, alcoholism, homelessness, criminal activity and marital or parenting problems, by providing tools for use while they await help from the VA system. 

I am trying, with press releases and word of mouth to create an awareness about this free help.  All trauma sufferers, and our veterans and their families can access this help, in English, Spanish, and Chinese (additional languages soon) on our websites,  www.TFTRX.com,  www.ATFTFoundation.org , www.ATFT.org .

Please help me get the word out.