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I began my Spiritual journey in 1972 at the ripe old age of 21yrs old at college in New Jersey. I was very unhappy and my closest friend taught me how to meditate through the process of TM(Transcendental Meditation) It healed me of my depression!

After graduating college, I traveled to California with several friends and then decided to stay. I landed in Marin County, CA , got involved with a meditation group, an Eastern spiritual teacher, met my husband and continued on my spiritual path through Yoga and meditation practices. After several years with this group, my husband and I then moved to Santa Cruz, CA and studied with another meditation teacher for several years. A few years later, we moved to Missouri so that he could become a Unity Minister. The first ministry was in Richmond, CA then we moved on to Eugene, OR. with our two sons.

While in Eugene, I was going through a time of searching , looking for what else I was to do to help people. I was a Mom fulltime but was feeling like there was something else to add to my life. I liked helping people with their challenges. I did not want to go back to college for a counseling degree at that time because the kids were too young. I kept asking myself the question, as many people do, "What am I supposed to be doing? What is it? What is it? I was driving myself crazy!"

After much contemplation, I became aware of my purpose. "I am here to help people spiritually transform." I repeated it over and over. I started feeling really good about myself and my purpose although I did not know what it looked like as a career. I used this thought for three months when my husband, Bill, asked me if I wanted to watch a video. This video was about our friend Robert Detzler who was also a Unity Minister. Robert had left the ministry and started teaching and counseling with a method called Spiritual Response Therapy and used a pendulum!

While I was involved with Unity and used affirmations, I always wondered why people's lives were not changing fast enough while using the affirmations. Well, I watched Robert's video and he talked about how affirmations may not work if there is a block in the subconscious mind. He explained that SRT was a direct system that taps into the subconscious to find out what the blocks were, who you learned it from, why and then release it. That comment did it for me! I called Robert who lived in Washington state. Within two weeks, he came to visit at my home!

Through the SRT clearings, I felt that I was releasing many old issues quickly. The SRT system revealed and released the unforgiveness that I was still holding toward my mother. I thought that I was complete with the issue of her death (at my early age). Since that clearing, in 1990, the core feelings of aloneness have not returned! What a relief!

The release of this early trauma made a dramatic impact in my life. I knew that with the help of the SRT system, I truly could have a happier life. I learned everything about the process. Because of my personal changes, I wanted to teach others how to use SRT.

I have been teaching since 1991, and I still am amazed how people gain more confidence and self-respect from the SRT! One of my clients claims, "I had received more help in one hour with Shakti than many years in therapy!"

I enjoy teaching and consulting with clients at my office in Aptos, CA. I am so thankful for SRT in helping me grow spiritually, and allowing me to help others spiritually transform- which is my original intention.

Blessings, Shakti Wilson



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