Personality Integration through Spiritual Rescue Technology of us who are researching our latest discovery of multiple selves (personalities) are experiencing personality integration as we contact our various selves (personalities) through a simple and increasingly harmonious set of actions I have discussed earlier in our Facebook group .

I did not realize until very recently that Personality Integration was a widely known medical term with a long history of therapies designed to bring this state about.

Personality Integration Definition: The effective organization of old and new experience, data, and emotional capacities into the personality; the harmonious organization of the personality.

There is no need to put up with warring personalities. SRT offers a new approach to a very old problem. See for more information on how this is done.

To cut to the chase: Personality Integration as achieved with Spiritual Rescue Technology results in Self Actualization. (Be aware that with SRT, we can actually improve any of the characteristics listed below, at will.)

According to Abraham Maslow, Self Actualization is a good thing. Here is Richard Boyum’s take on it:

Characteristics of a Self-Actualizing Person
By Dr. Richard Boyum

Listed below are a series of 16 characteristics of a self-actualizing individual as described by Abraham Maslow. Self-actualizing here is defined as a person who is in the process of fulfilling their potential. After slowly and thoroughly reading each characteristic, rate yourself on the scale listed below that characteristic from 1 to 10. Your results will give you both a linear and intuitive representation of your strength and weaknesses in moving towards being a self-actualizing person. Spend some time focusing on why you are stronger in some characteristics than others. What is it that has given you a higher score? What might you do to make your score higher on any given characteristic. The highest total you can receive is 160 points. How close are you?


The self-actualized person has more efficient perception of reality and more comfortable relations with it. He can accept the good and the bad, the highs and the lows, and he can tell the difference.
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Acceptance of self, others, and nature. The self-actualizing person sees reality as it is and accepts responsibility for it. He is as objective as a subjective being can be in his perceptions.
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The self-actualizing person has spontaneity, simplicity and naturalness. In other words, this kind of person is not hung up on being as others think he should be. He is a person who is capable of doing what feels good and natural for himself simply because that’s how he feels. He does not try to hurt others, but he has respect for what is good himself.
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Problem Centering. The self-actualizing person is someone who is generally strongly focused on problems outside of himself. He is concerned with the problems of others and the problems of society, and is willing to work to try to alleviate those difficulties.
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The quality for detachment, the need for privacy. For all his social mindedness, the self-actualizing person has a need to be by himself or a need for solitude. He enjoys times for quiet reflection and doesn’t always need people around him. He can be with the few people that he would be close to and not need to communicate with them. Their presence is sufficient in and of itself.
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Autonomy, independence of culture and environment. The self-actualizing person is capable of doing things for himself and making decisions on his own. He believes in who and what he is.
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Continued freshness or appreciation. The self-actualizing person experiences a joy in the simple and the natural. Sunsets are always beautiful and he seeks them out. He can still enjoy playing the games he played as a child and having fun in some of the same ways he did many years before.
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The mystic experience, the peak experience. Self-actualizing people usually have experiences in which they literally feel they are floating. They feel very much in tune or at one with the world around them, and almost feel as if they are, for a momentary period in time, part of a different reality.
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A feeling of togetherness. Self-actualizing people have a feeling for all of mankind. They are aware and sensitive to the people that are about them.
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Interpersonal relations. Self-actualizing people have deeper and more profound interpersonal relations than other adults. They are capable of fusion, greater love and more perfect identification that other people could consider possible. They generally tend to have relatively few friends, but those relationships are deep and very meaningful.
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The democratic character structures. Self-actualizing people tend to believe in the equal nature of human beings, that every individual has a right to say, and that each person has his strengths and each person has his weaknesses.
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Discriminating between means and ends, between good and evil. Self-actualizing people know the difference between means and ends and good and evil and do not twist them in a way that hurt themselves or others.
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Philosophical and unhostile sense of humor. Self-actualizing people tend to enjoy humor. They like to laugh and like to joke, but not at the expense of others. They are generally seen as good natured, even though they are capable of being very serious.
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Creativeness. Self-actualizing people are capable of being highly creative. Creativeness can be expressed in many dimensions by writing, speaking, playing, fantasies, or whatever, but self-actualizing do have moods of being creative. Maslow has said that a first-rate cook is better than a second-rate painter. Hence, creativeness can be expresses in many dimensions.
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Resistance to inculturation, the transcendence of any particular culture. Maslow feels that the individual is above his culture in some way, that he maintains a strong individuality and is not so absorbed that he cannot evaluate the culture objectively in such a way that he can make decisions about what is best for him and those he cares about .
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The imperfections of self-actualizing people. Self-actualizing people are individuals who are aware of the fact that they are not perfect, that they are as human as the next person, and that there are constantly new things to learn and new ways to grow. The self-actualizing person, although comfortable with himself, never stops striving.
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The Evolution of SRT Counseling

SRT counseling is a service that produces desirable results like peace of mind, mental awareness, clarity of vision, and a cheerful attitude about life through direct communication with spiritual beings.

The basic procedure of locating the incident the being is stuck in and releasing him from that incident so he can exercise free will again is still being performed in every SRT session delivered.

If you have read any of my SRT books or basic articles on you can run SRT sessions on yourself and others which can change lives for the better.

SRT counseling has worked remarkably well ever since it was first put into practice. What has set Spiritual Rescue Technology apart from other spiritual practices, is that we actually work with the spiritual beings we contact to find better ways to solve the problems they are facing. The more sessions we deliver, the more we learn about spiritual beings and what they need.

There are literally millions of words written about spirits and spiritual hierarchies and what this all means and who it comes from and etc., but we have found that it is easier to get whatever we need by simply asking spiritual entities what they know. We get the necessary information to help spiritual beings from the spirits themselves.

In the course of accumulating this information, we encounter data that contradicts almost every spiritual practice in existence. As researchers, we tend to share what we have found in the hope that you will use it and will provide feedback in the forms of suggestions for research. We do not enjoy causing cognitive dissonance, but that seems to be the price paid for progress in any field.

Well, we have discovered that our research results and their implications do not have to be studied by our clients for them to get the benefits of those research results in session.

As long as clients know a bit about spiritual entities and their effects upon the person, an SRT counselor can run the very latest versions of SRT on the client and produce personality integration and improve their self actuation scores as opposed to merely handling an upset entity and making the client feel good at the end of session.

As far as the client is concerned, he is handling an upset entity. What we are doing now that is different is handling the entity’s relationship with other entities that are affecting the client and this results in personality integration and other good things like self actuation if pursued far enough.

The SRT counseling has a lot more under the hood than before, but the client does not need to be exposed to the theory. He only needs to be aware that he should expect more out of his SRT counseling than before, because some sessions will have extra steps to give him the benefit of our latest research.

David St Lawrence