From John Ruskan: When I started this project in March 2022, my goal was to post a year’s worth of interesting episodes about holistic psychology and the EC Process. That year has now concluded. If you have discovered this podcast anywhere after the beginning of the series, I recommend that you go back and start with Episode #1. These programs are all timeless and will support you as you work on yourself. I am not sure if/when the second series will begin. Although each program discusses an aspect of EC work, please allow me to emphasize that in order to gain an overall perspective on how to apply the Emotional Clearing Process as a radical self-therapy, I would refer you to my books DEEP CLEARING and EMOTIONAL CLEARING by John Ruskan on Amazon, and please visit the EC website for more interesting info and referrals to certified counselors if you need personal guidance. https://www.amazon.com/DEEP-CLEARING-Emotions-Negativity-Consciousness-ebook/dp/B08YXXH4CK. https://www.emclear.com. ... more
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A dramatic artistic presentation featuring Gurudev Amrit Desai and the late John Harris of WBAI New York radio. John Ruskan reads excerpts from his book MOON WALKING and performs the music. more
From John: Usually, my client work is focused on the Emotional Clearing Process but in conjunction with that I sometimes take clients through a Spirit Releasement session if I feel it would be helpful. Spirit Releasement is concerned with out-of-body... more
The purpose of regression is to access memories that are linked to present-day experience. Regression usually starts with a quick glimpse during meditation or hypnotic trance. EC work is present-oriented, the past is projected on to the present, so t... more
Thank you for talking about emotional side of life and dealing with difficult emotions in those hard times.
Thankfully John Ruskan is back ~ and, it’s so good to hear his gentle voice and guidance once again. more
Super excited to listen to these podcasts. I’ve been doing Emotional Clearing work on myself for over 10 years now and the self work involved not only changed my life but has been a lifestyle change to say the least. I implement Emotional Clearing, awareness, mindfulness, meditation, integration, breath work, shadow work etc in all that I do. more
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