Testimonials about Whole Hearted Healing™ from clients, therapists, and people using it on their own
Rev 1.1, January 15, 2007

This page is divided into sections:

1) Testimonials from CLIENTS using Whole Hearted Healing™

2) Testimonials from THERAPISTS using Whole Hearted Healing™

3) Testimonials from people using Whole Hearted Healing™ ON THEIR OWN

(If you have any feedback that other readers would appreciate, please send them to us and we'll put them on this webpage.)




Testimonials from CLIENTS using Whole Hearted Healing™

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To whom it may concern:
My experience of the Whole Hearted Healing technique, as presented by Grant McFetridge, was powerful, fast, penetrating, painless, and remarkably effective. I found Grant to be a most skillful presenter, obviously drawing on his expertise in many methods, as he accompanied me through a very dark place and into a new perspective of freedom and light.
Sincerely,
Clarise, Victoria BC, 1998
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Dear Grant,
I want to tell you how much gratitude I have for your giving to me and your healing wisdom.

Your efforts on my behalf have made a vast difference for me - and - I am now on a healing path that would not have been possible for me at this time without you. I think I may survive my threatening blindness as well as finally get free from a lifetime of buried pain.
The changes are so monumental that I have already shared with others the wonder of what we accomplished together. (The rest deleted.)
Be well. Blessings Anastasia

[Editor's note: And the following letter a month later.]

Hi Grant, You have not only helped to effect a major change in my psyche but provided me with a map I am using now for further healing.
I have people ready to work with you by phone (who can pay whatever your going rate is). I have also have some ideas and contacts at NIHM to hopefully get you deserved recognition.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. for helping me make some incredible breakthroughs. What talent. What wisdom. What skill.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Happy Holidays, Anastasia, 1998
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[Editor's note: This woman had already discovered the phenomenon of 'holes' in herself years before I met her. She also describes the most common reaction to the healing work - puzzlement that the issue was ever a problem. This experience is often a problem for clients, as they find it hard to recall that the Whole Hearted Healing therapy was valuable, because they've healed so well that the issue no longer has significance. This phenomenon is shared with all the power therapies.]


Dear Grant:
Well I was very glad to receive the material as I hadn't written down the method and it worked: when I thought of what it was that we had worked on, it took a while to recall. When I remembered it, I thought, "Oh, what was so tough about that?" It was not important any more, just as you mentioned.

A lot of what you talk about is new to me, ex: soul pieces, ideas of going into past lives and having encounters and the idea of changing those lives. I imagine you realize you are leaving a lot of blanks as you give book references for further study.

I like your writing. I don't know how formal you want to stay. The informality is nice, but, do you think you would have more credibility if you wrote more formally? (Here I hope you will recognize the source of this question - a Canadian who is often too formal!)

Also, and I don't know if I should even mention it, with all the examples you give of healing yourself, you sound like a real mess! and or a basket case with some kind of Freudian mother / birth complex! (I hope you are laughing here.) As you well know, most people do not explore these areas. Your honest and research into these matters, leave you vulnerable to this type of comment. As I have not read and am not familiar with a lot of what you have done with healing, I liken it to me trying to tell someone who knows nothing about spirituality, the depths and experiences possible in ones spiritual practice, when they are the type of person who does not feel drawn to look inward.

Because I know of a hole on my own body I discovered years ago, it helps me relate and not be as extremely skeptical as I normally would be.

I liked the method you taught me. And I will use it again if I find myself experiencing some upset state: i.e. having a reaction to some external stimulus which causes me to fall into identification with thoughts and become emotionally reactionary.
(The rest deleted)
Heather, May 1996
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Hi,
Just a note to let you know that I see some BIG changes in Bob since the work you did on "superiority" issues.

Lots of forthrightness to people about himself. He's looking chipper and enthusiastic. I've done the merging, after working on my issue. It was about me not wanting to be put in the position of having to do everything for him.

I was feeling much used, as I felt that he was refusing to take care of himself. There has been a nice shift in that dynamic, mostly on his part. I did the light pushed into the wound process, and it brought up just a feeling of nausea for him, no words or pictures. So he's going to work on that one.

Thanks for all you do. S

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[Editor's note: This woman attended a training we gave in 1999. The really fascinating part of this letter is how she has been using the merging technique to find out what her handicapped son is feeling so that he can be helped properly. Merging is taught in our advanced Whole Hearted Healing training.]

I attended a Whole Hearted Healing training session and have had a few experiences I would like to share. The first has to do with my long time sense of hopelessness which I have felt for as long as I can remember. In one session where we were trying to connect to our white light, I had this overwhelming hopelessness leave. It has never returned. I feel like a weight has been lifted from me.

The second has to do with my stepfather. I have always appreciated and respected him but have never felt any love for him because of unresolved issues. This past Thanksgiving he was ill and lay dying. I was able to take all those unresolved issues and stick them to a gray ball (I learned this in a relaxation session) and blow them away. I was able to say my good-bye with love and understanding. When he died a few weeks later I was able to speak at his funeral with that love representing my brothers and sisters. The day after the funeral I had such grief. By the time I got home from work I couldn't even hold my head up. Instead of trying to stuff those feelings (as I have always done in the past) I let the grief come. I laid down and meditated. The feeling slowly left and I have felt OK since. The unresolved issues are still stuck to that gray ball. I'm okay to leave them there as just part of my growing-learning experiences of life.

The third has to do with my 12 year old son, Michael. He has multiple handicaps. He doesn't speak and communication is limited. I have been able to merge with him and feel his physical symptoms so I could get the proper treatment. Two times now it has been different than the medical diagnosis. He and I have a stronger bond of love. I'm not sure if he can sense me inside trying to help with his pain. But, there has been a change and he acts more loving towards me and happier.

Thanks for letting me share my few experiences. I've started but have a long way to go.
(Name withheld by request)
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Dear Grant,
It has been a year and a half since you were here doing the WHH training. I want to thank you for the work and to tell you that my life has changed a great deal. The extremely powerful work I did in that workshop with the assistance of Pamela and Debbi and you and so many others allowed me to clear a major piece of history around relationships. Within a month I met a wonderful woman. We have been together ever since and just moved into a wonderful new house together. You introduced me to EFT and since then I have incorporated it into my practice and she and I went to a 4 day workshop with Gary Craig focusing on Borrowing Benefits. I am now doing workshops using this exciting new work.
I trust you are well and keeping up the good work. I hope our paths will cross again.

Cordially and with great gratitude,
Mark
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Dear Grant,

I attended a Whole-Hearted Healing training session and have had a few experiences I would like to share. The first has to do with my long time sense of hopelessness which I have felt for as long as I can remember. In one session where we were trying to connect to our white light, I had this overwhelming hopelessness leave. It has never returned. I feel like a weight has been lifted from me.

[Editor’s note: material omitted.]

The third has to do with my 12 year old son, Michael. He has multiple handicaps. He doesn't speak and communication is limited. I have been able to merge with him and feel his physical symptoms so I could get the proper treatment. Two times now it has been different than the medical diagnosis. He and I have a stronger bond of love. I'm not sure if he can sense me inside trying to help with his pain. But, there has been a change and he acts more loving towards me and happier. Thanks for letting me share my few experiences. I've started but have a long way to go. [Editor’s note: The merging being described here is referring to the Advanced WHH technique, not the basic process.]

Name withheld by request




Testimonials from THERAPISTS using Whole Hearted Healing™


Hello!!!
I do use WHH with good results. Clients like it because they don't have to be a big, blubbering mess to get some significant work done. I have them write a paragraph about where they are before we start and rate the level of discomfort they are in from 0 to 10. Then, at the end, the only acceptable level is a 0. I have some who are work on their own and know to bring it to "peace, calm and light".

Love, Ann, 1999
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Hi, Grant--
WHH has had an impressive impact on my practice. However, I spend little
in front of my Netscape Navigator, and I check websites less than once a month. Soooo...
Look for a correspondence soon with my referral listing info. I would like to be on the list.

Happy Holidays
Alan , 1999
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Hey Grant: Good to see you're on line. I use the technique in my own inimitable way with combos from Tapas' technique. Jane, 1999
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Dear Grant,

I had a wonderful success with a client that I have been working with for a long time, without any real significant impact--She was so stuck in a trance of unworthiness and victim. We followed her feeling back to the womb and found that she had some confusion about being "supposed" to feel what her mother was feeling. When I had her disengage from the mother's feelings, stay in her chest and figure out what she was feeling about her mother's feelings we got a sensational shift. She is now making decisions for herself, standing up for herself, and making plans for opening her own business. This is a young person who was never able to support herself or make a decision for herself. It is a miracle! She called me on New Year's Day to give me an update and say Thank You.

I haven't had that experience with everyone I have done WHH with, but it is coming along. I would very much like to be on your referral list. I would also like to spend more time talking with you about the schizophrenia cure. I am not clear on how you did that with your father without knowing what he was hearing in his head.
Sincerely,
Jackie, 1999
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Hi Grant, Tal, and the WHH group.

Since coming home from the Peak States training in Melbourne, I've have sat for nearly 40 WHH/Peak States sessions - fantastic Dirt Time!! They have been going really well and I've had quite significant feedback from people saying they can't find their dominant issue anywhere! I've had similar experience myself, and am working regularly (and very happily!) with Samsara who did the training up in northern NSW.

Cindy, 2006
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Hey Grant!
I am continuing to have amazing success with DPR. I tried it on a coworker the other day around issues with his mother- (she makes him feel like a 10 year old). After DPR, his feeling changed to "I'm just grateful that she is my mom." DPR could do to relationship therapy what TFT did to trauma therapy. It's simple, fast and effective. In other words, it is exactly suited to the American fast food mentality. [Editor’s note: Distant Personality Release (DPR) is taught as part of the WHH training.]

Good luck - Matt Fox

[Editor's note: He sent a follow up a few months later.]

I've been using this with great success doing couple's work and other human relations issues. Still getting about 80% sucess. I have my clients do EFT afterwards, assuming an energy problem that allows the person to "hook in."

[Editor's note: DPR (Distant Personality Release) is an ancillary technique taught with Whole-Hearted Healing. It is well explained in the Basic Whole-Hearted Healing Manual, which can be purchased on Amazon.com.]
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Dear Grant,

A colleague of mine in the public clinic, a 43 yrs old woman physician, has suffered a torn meniscus several months ago at work. She had an arthroscopy and menisectomy done, but still the pains in her knee, especially on going up and down stairs, remained the same. She came to me for advice, as I am the clinic's traumatologist (western). MRI showed some atrophic and inflammatory changes secondary to the meniscus tear. I suggested she come to my private clinic for some acupuncture sessions and she consented.

While we were sitting and talking prior to treatment, I asked her if she wouldn't mind trying my new system of trauma healing (WHH), before we begin the needling. As she's somewhat shy of needles, she again agreed. We did several rounds of WHH on the instant of trauma, each time bringing the changes forward, each time going outside to the neighbor's stairs to check on progress. Each time she could go up and down more stairs, until at last she did all the staircase without even the slightest ache or weakness, at which I concluded the session. I told her I'll want another MRI in order to check on the physical state of the knee after the treatment.

This beats acupuncture hands down! (not so good from the income angle, though. :)

Adam Waisel MD
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Hi, Grant--

WHH has had an impressive impact on my practice. However, I spend little in front of my Netscape Navigator, and I check websites less than once a month. Soooo...

Look for a correspondence soon with my referral listing info. I would like to be on the list.

Happy Holidays. Alan
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Dear Grant,

I had a wonderful success with a client that I have been working with for a long time, without any real significant impact--She was so stuck in a trance of unworthiness and victim. We followed her feeling back to the womb and found that she had some confusion about being "supposed" to feel what her mother was feeling. When I had her disengage from the mother's feelings, stay in her chest and figure out what she was feeling about her mother's feelings we got a sensational shift. She is now making decisions for herself, standing up for herself, and making plans for opening her own business. This is a young person who was never able to support herself or make a decision for herself. It is a miracle! She called me on New Year's Day to give me an update and say Thank You.

I haven't had that experience with everyone I have done WWH with, but it is coming along. I would very much like to be on your referral list. I would also like to spend more time talking with you about the schizophrenia cure. [Editors note: Grant McFetridge’s father was the first schizophrenic healed with his technique for it, around 1990.] I am not clear on how you did that with your father without knowing what he was hearing in his head. I hope you will be in my area soon or at least leave me a number where you can be reached.

Sincerely,

Jackie




Testimonials from people using Whole Hearted Healing™ ON THEIR OWN

[Editor's note: Many of the people who contact me I've never met. They simply read the how to guide for basic Whole Hearted Healing on the web, and wrote to me about what happened.]

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Hi ,
My name is Eric Robins, MD. I am a urologist in Los Angeles with a major interest in alternative healing modalities. I have a background in hypnosis, EFT, NLP, and am a certified pranic healing instructor.

I just recently applied the basic WHH technique to myself with impressive results and an impressive ability to regress back to the womb in only my second self healing session.

Let me know how I can help you with this research. I work at a large HMO, and have the support of many staff members in doing my complementary medical approach.

Sincerely,
Eric Robins, MD January 6, 2000

(Comment: Dr. Robins sent me this follow up letter a few days later:)

Hi Grant,
I have been doing the WHH processes on myself with terrific results, including regressing back to the womb on several occasions.

I read your article, "Spiritual Emergency and the Triune Brain" last night and thought that it was a brilliant synthesis and theoretical model. Obviously, the proof is always in the pudding, and if using this model gets results (which no doubt it does, and it has been fantastic in my own personal experience) then that is all that really matters.

As a physician with major interest in the effect of emotions on health, I look forward to working with you and your group. I have had a brief email conversation with Dr. Perry and am attempting to get involved in the "Radical Healing" research to some extent.

Best,
Eric Robins, MD January 8, 2000
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I continue to use WHH and the process continues to amaze me.....so much so that I had built a fire in my fireplace, forgot to open the damper and went into such a deep state that after 11/2 hrs did not even notice my house was filled with smoke!!!! Washing all the washable stuff took the rest of the day. And I am still airing out. It seems humorous to me now!!

Best to you,
Cisty
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Hi Grant,
A couple updates. First, though, I want to relate some of my first time WHH tx. Yesterday printed material from your website and put in notebook for study/reference. Did a tx on myself this morning - very interesting. Started to look at cord-injury stuff - feelings/phrases came up of 'I don't deserve anything good', 'I need to hurt myself', 'I'm not worthy' - had to keep rubbing on my heart area as I wanted to get OOB to deal with this rather than stay in body. Actually had some fear with 'I need to hurt myself' phrase - very unlike me, never been suicidal though minor depression w/cord-injury stuff - wasn't even sure it was my statement/feeling - almost got a little panic-y - stayed with it in heart - felt like draining of energy there you speak of, and also used image of Holy Fire[divine Love]in heart area to consume/burn away stuff - I've used that image before in hurt area to neutralize stuff. Thought came up of as Soul being kicked out of heaven by God [so IT could go out and learn about Itself], of being kicked out of the womb[image of tongs pulling me out of womb, angry, mad, unprotected]. Tried to stay with things until they no longer evoked feelings. At one point my chest felt like it was 2 to 3x its regular size - like expanding outside my body - almost like bursting - never felt that before. Experience ended with feeling very floaty/light, some golden light in my body. I normally do a contemplation at that time in the morning as I did today and it felt like a cosmic being worked on me with hands of light, pulled a darker covering off my spine[like pulling a wrapper off a candy cane - pulled it off/out through coccyx area]. Also image of brown/earth-colored energy flowing over me - like old self/body was being buried/put to rest - like my s/c injured body wasn't there anymore. Got dressed and got up and saw my outline of me in wheelchair reflected off wall from light behind me, and also in looking in mirror at myself - thought came up of 'why are you still in the wheelchair', felt very incongruous to still be there/here. I will go back and see if any of this stuff that came up needs to be cleaned up further or if it leads anywhere else.

Normally wouldn't talk about an experience like this with anybody but felt/nudged that it was appropriate to do so with you and Dr Perry considering the circumstances.
(Name withheld)
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I also want to express my gratitude for the WHH process. It has produced profound changes for me.

I don't know if I'm doing it (WHH) precisely according to the given format - I usually just "drain" energy out through my chest with a minimum of accompanying content - but when I do it successfully, something literally leaves me. The cumulative effect over the years has been remarkable. You and WHH are one of the most important influences of my life - thanks again.

Ted, 2005
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Hey Grant - how are you? Hope all is good. Did some Whole Heart healing the other morning, and is it powerful! Wow! Very intense, and great work! Thank you for the format. Was back in the womb feeling trapped in a toxic environment that I couldn't get out of. Been a lifelong theme.

Susan
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[Editors note: We found this email posted on a web discussion group - it came from someone who had done a WHH process on their own by simply reading the material on our website. Some of the email has been deleted for brevity.]

People here [on this email list] seem to be basically untrusting. Perhaps you didn't read far enough into this to discover this is a technique a person can do alone, and it is free. There are a lot of variations to it, and a person who meditates can nearly discover it on their own. I came really close, (before I met the person who volunteered free of charge to lead me through this), but I was far enough away that I knew there was a missing link.

My opinion is that WHH is something everyone should learn in kindergarten. That is, facing your emotions while they are raw, rather than shelving them to rot and fester for 30 years (as I did). It's based on the premise that emotion stacks up and if you can trace an emotion back to it's root, then get inside and press on that emotion, it will dissolve, and the stack on top of it will then crumble and be gone. This has to be thorough and you must remain with it until you can go to a situation that caused the emotion and feel peace in your heart in it. I helped my brother over the phone heal an incident that traced back to loss of a pet from his very early childhood. This is real. It helps. It is a healer.

Listen to your own emotional "pangs", and they will give you clues that you too have a trail. For instance before I learned how to do this, every time I would meet someone who had known my father (died at age 39) I would feel tugs on my heart strings. I can now meet these people as friends, and the casual acquaintances that they are.

We develop patterns of dealing with loss and pain in our early childhood, and that's why in WHH meditation the goal is to trace things back to birth trauma, since that is in everyone's memory somewhere. If we can undo our birth trauma, and release whatever has been linked to that trail, we are set free to adjust to each emotional situation for what it is in the present, without the possibility of having it be the "straw that breaks the camel's back". The first few times you connect to your emotional trails, you won't go back that far, but if you are aware, once the journey begins, other things will begin to surface. Those who have experienced extreme trauma and severe abuse should not attempt this alone, rather in the company of a trusted professional who knows and understands similar techniques.

Why do you use the word, "cult?" People who learn this are very happy to teach it to others. One personal success I had with a very good friend, who was harboring bad feelings about her sister: I briefly explained the process, printed off the information from the Internet, she tried it one time and those ill feelings dissolved. She was able to have a heart to heart talk with her sister and they get along just fine now. Another person couldn't get on with life since the death of her mother. I met with her one time and helped bring her from tears and desperation, thinking she should never have been born, and wishing she were dead, to the opposite: knowing Jesus wanted her to be born, and feeling peace in her heart concerning her mother's death.

These are personal, and I don't particularly wish to be condemned "cult".

Bipolars seem to have a hard time leaning where to file and store emotion. I found by shelving my emotion I got to the point where I would feel opposite to what I should be feeling. When I feel emotion building up I can now take a time out for 15 min, half hour, or even longer if necessary, and heal the emotion. I honestly say, it helps. It doesn't take away the mood swings, but it heals the interfering obstacles to progress.

One thing I'm not sure you'll catch in the reading, that I find extremely useful to use in getting back to roots is to identify a "love yourself" image. It can be your first recollection of feeling the emotion of love, and it can be linked to a toy, a pet, a grandparent, aunt, or anyone other than mother and father, since there are many negatives there as well. But, some thing you were able to love. While trying to enter your pain (fear, anger, sadness, shame) you also think of your love yourself image at the same time, and if you still cannot reach it, with your eyes closed all the time, focus on the bright light inside your eyes. Go ahead, close your eyes and you'll see what I mean. Pay attention to the sensations inside your body, especially in your chest, and physically you may feel a releasing, or a purging of something you have never noticed before. Not everyone will be able to succeed in this. But, if you have been searching for reasons you feel or do what you do, and are wanting answers, and are up against a brick wall, you are ready. This didn't take away my bipolar moods, but it has helped me identify them for what they are.

I love you. Have a good day. 2002
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Grant,
I'm a new member of the Peakstates e-mail group. I just discovered your website last week about wholehearted healing and realized a significant moment in my own history this past Sunday through using the process. I'm a hypnotherapist in northern Maine and definitely intend to use this with clients. I'm curious about the peak state and brilliance inductions, and basically everything on your website that you can teach!

Susan, 2002
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Grant:
I really enjoy working with your technique. I suffer from agoraphobia and have made tremendous progress this last week using Whole-Hearted Healing. Can you tell me where I can get a copy of Focusing by Eugene Gendlin?

Thanks
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Hello,

Just a note to say that I was experiencing a pain in my chest. When I did the WHH, I felt the panic. It has gone now and I have experienced a profound change in my energy body. I think that it was physical and is now healed. Thanks.

Alan
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Grant,

Just an update. I have done more than 6 WHH pieces since speaking with you. In one birth canal piece I became aware of intense sensations from the front part of my brain and I stayed with it until it finished. It felt like my cells were dancing. I have been aware of energy around that part of my body most of the time since. The sixth chakra area has something going on. I have now had a clear experiences with the energy flowing to my heart area and that part getting very warm.

I have a comment about how you present WHH. I do find intense pain some but mostly find intense sensations that are uncomfortable but not painful. I keep finding terror where my body shakes like I was very cold. The first time I lit a fire and covered up. I was still shaking so I just went into it.

Also I can now direct energy that flows from my heart area. It is hardest to direct it at myself but I am doing it.

One of the behaviors I have been wanting to change is a basic fear of people. I now find myself more open and often smiling without trying when dealing with people. I am going on an outing to test my responses and have fun. We'll see how much has changed.

The most common way I get into a complete WHH is to start tracking a behavior. I try and do it and get a little. Then soon after I will catch the feeling leading to the behavior and I can follow that back.

My body has kicked into major detox mode. I find this very exciting and want more. Then more I study the material the more amazed I am.

Thank you for all your work to create this.

Alan
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My assistant at the workshop this weekend, Zora, watched me work with the two people with whom I did WHH. She is trained in the traditions of Huna and Kaballah. She said those disciplines use the same basic process of going to core memory but they didn't stress staying in the body. She went home, went to a core piece at age 9 months then back to 3 months, stayed in her body, and healed a big issue for her. Said it took about an hour. I thought it interesting how quickly she picked up the gist of this.

Pamela
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Dear Grant,

I continue to use WHH and the process continues to amaze me.....so much so that I had built a fire in my fireplace, forgot to open the damper and went into such a deep state that after 11/2 hrs did not even notice my house was filled with smoke!!!! Washing all the washable stuff took the rest of the day. And I am still airing out. It seems humorous to me now!!

Best to you,
Cisty
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Revision History:
1.1 Jan 15, 2007: New material added.
1.0 December 6, 1999. First draft.