Donna Turner
visionary - coach - practitioner

Spiritual Response Therapy


Spiritual Response Therapy (SRT) is a holistic healing technique that aims to identify and clear negative beliefs, emotions, and energy patterns that may be causing spiritual, emotional, or physical distress. SRT is based on the principle that we all have a spiritual aspect, and that our beliefs and energy patterns can affect our physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
SRT practitioners use a pendulum to identify negative energy patterns that may be affecting a person's life. The pendulum is used to access the person's subconscious mind and identify negative beliefs and energy patterns that may be holding them back. These negative patterns can be related to past lives, ancestral patterns, or present life experiences.
Once negative patterns are identified, the practitioner uses a series of charts and protocols to clear the negative energy and beliefs. This process involves working with the person's subconscious mind to release negative energy and replace it with positive energy and beliefs.
SRT is often used to address a variety of issues, including physical illness, emotional trauma, relationship challenges, and financial difficulties. The technique is also used to help individuals access their own inner wisdom and spiritual guidance, allowing them to connect more deeply with their own intuition and spiritual path.
SRT is often used in conjunction with other holistic healing techniques, such as Reiki, acupuncture, or meditation. The technique is believed to work by restoring balance to the body, mind, and spirit, allowing the individual to release negative energy and beliefs and restore their natural state of health and well-being.
It is important to note that SRT is not a substitute for medical or psychological treatment, and should be used in conjunction with other forms of care. SRT practitioners are not licensed healthcare providers, and should not diagnose or treat medical conditions. Rather, SRT is a complementary therapy that can be used to support overall health and well-being.