Launch of our new blog!

Welcome to the Reference Point Therapy (“RPT”) blog. This is a companion site to our main website,

On this blog you will find regular updates and articles about RPT.   The blog is a place where you can leave your own questions and comments. It is a place where you can interact directly with the founders and leading teachers of RPT.

What happened to your old blog?

Our old blog was retired in August 2009 for many reasons. It had outlived its purpose (which was to launch a new course back in March 09). It has also contributed in some respects to drama and duality.  Because RPT emerged from the ashes of another modality, the original incarnation of RPT (entitled “Healing That Works”) was somewhat controversial – it was launched off the back of our arguments about why our previous modality didn’t work. Whilst our claims were true and honest, we felt that it wasn’t really the right energy with which to launch a new modality.

Six months’ extra research and teachings have lead to a new technique which bears no relation at all to those that we’ve previously taught. This deserves a new website and a new blog.

We might, from time to time, present research that relates to other healing modalities. We will only do it if it’s in the public interest – if there’s a real need to know. We will never do it just for self-promotion. We promise to do our best to present honest and clear information without creating drama or duality. We will always give you a right to reply and disagree. We always allow critical replies on our blog provided they are not aggressive or offensive.

So welcome to the new RPT blog. Relax, read on, and enjoy the ride! 

Please visit our About Us page  for info on who we are and brief copyright and legal notice (important if you want to copy or quote text on this blog).

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September 23, 2009 in Thoughts For the Day

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