Course #230: Basic Primary Cell Technique™ (PCT) - Advancecd Therapist Training
Revision 1.2, July 7, 2009
Our most radical healing process, Primary Cell Technique™ (PCT), also allows us to completely eliminate targeted trauma and other phenomena in ourselves and our clients directly. Completely different from any other method that we know of, it requires a peak state that allows us to directly heal the cellular basis for trauma and other problems. If you are a cellular biologist, this technique allows you to personally see features and experience cell processes that are rarely captured on film. It is ideal for peak states work, as it is relatively painless and extremely fast, and covers a much larger range of problems than just trauma healing processes can. It requires the Brain Light, Silent Mind, Spaciousness, and Primary Cell states.
Checklist of skills learned:
- Healing the 3rd eye fully
- Chakra barrier fully healed
- Seeing in the primary cell:
- - Seeing ribosomes
- - Seeing generational trauma strings
- - Seeing copies
- - Seeing mitochondria and vortexes
- - Seeing the endoplasmic reticulum
- - Seeing differences in the cytoplasm
- - Seeing the cell membrane
- - Seeing the nuclear membrane
- - Seeing stuck genes
- - Seeing anchors
- - Seeing the nucleolus
- - Seeing chakras and chakra crystals
- - Seeing meridians
- - Seeing blankets/shards
- - Seeing thick membranes/leakage
- - Seeing gene bypasses
- - Stuck genes
- - Mitochondria
- - Body brain associations
- - Chakra crystals
- - Regressing on primary cell damage and healing
- - Tribal block problems
- - Copies
- Copying a peak state
- Inducing a peak state
Estimated 7 days
- PeakStates Certification
- Completion of courses # 210, 220
- Spaciousness state
- Primary Cell state
- Peak States of Consciousness, Volume 2: Acquiring Extraordinary Spiritual and Shamanic States by Grant McFetridge.
1.3 October 18, 2011: Deleted some text that wasn't relevent.
1.2 July 7, 2009: Changed the course number from 220 to 230 to better fit it in the learning sequence.
1.1 January 20, 2007. First description of this course.