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“RPT is dead! Long live RPT!”

Dear friends There used to be many of you following this blog. Now I’m unsure if anyone will read this. In 2012 a few things happened in my life that caused me to withdraw from blogging. One of the factors was my separation from my then wife, Evette. This was extremely difficult for me due [...]

January 14, 2017 in About Simon, Thoughts For the Day, Website / IT related

Does psychic development traumatize your brain? (part 3/3)

[Technical note. This article was written and set for publication on May 26 2012. For technical reasons it was not posted. I stopped blogging after significant life changes (divorce) in June 2012. I apologise that it took me 5 years to correct this glitch and post this article. I have not edited it in any [...]

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May 26, 2012 in Thoughts For the Day

You need to be traumatized to be psychic (part 2 / 3)

Do you need to be traumatized to be psychic? Is there an alternative to being psychic (in the traditional sense of the word) which is safer and healthier? In my previous article (read it before today’s article), I wrote about how scientific research linked certain psychic abilities with a type of brain damage called synesthesia.  [...]

May 16, 2012 in Thoughts For the Day

Metaphysical Anatomy is finished!

Metaphysical Anatomy represents the connection between mind and body. Based on the principle of “as above so below, as within so without,” you can connect the dots between the health of your body and the health of your environment. Our relationships and past experiences influence our body, not in a vague or “spiritual” way, but [...]

May 2, 2012 in Thoughts For the Day

The evolution of RPT – a report card

In today’s article I share a brief history of RPT and how it has changed so much in 4 short years. I gave my own self-assessment of my performance (poor) and share my plans for 2012. I also answer your questions about re-certification and what has changed since you first learned RPT. RPT has changed [...]

April 11, 2012 in Thoughts For the Day

Evette’s first book is available for sale now!

Finding Your Own Voice is available for sale now! This book is a must-read for people who have experienced abuse or care about someone else who may be stuck processing their childhood experiences. This book brings an empowering message of hope and self-healing to anyone who is stuck. Healing practitioners will learn powerful new approaches [...]

April 6, 2012 in Thoughts For the Day

Beware of manifesting your fears – a funny story

Friends I had a really funny experience yesterday that I felt I just had to share.  As well as being funny (you can laugh at my expense), it’s quite informative.  Read about how we manifest our fears (attracting the things we fear most) and how to change that.  Learn from my pain (literally)!

November 3, 2011 in Thoughts For the Day

Huge changes coming to RPT!

Dear friends and fans of RPT, Huge changes are underfoot. I can’t say too much right now, but just wanted to let you know that we are launching something huge in the coming months.   This may be the end of RPT as you know it, and the beginning of something completely new. Shhh – it’s [...]

October 25, 2011 in Thoughts For the Day

Is murder evil?

Last month I wrote an article “Does evil exist?”  It turned into one of the most-read and most-commented articles on this blog.  Today I received a comment from “Jeff” that said: You are an idiot…evil exists. killing is evil, murder is evil… you are evil for your lying tongue. Actually that’s the edited version, I [...]

August 2, 2011 in RPT theory and teachings, Thoughts For the Day
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Introducing Val Moore, Manager of RPT and new Level 3 teacher

I’d like to take a moment to introduce you to our good fried, Val Moore. Val has been the “boss” of RPT (the one that makes sure things get done) almost since its inception in early 2009. I guess she’s quiet and modest, because recently she contacted students about the teaching changes for Level 3 [...]

July 27, 2011 in RPT course listings, Thoughts For the Day