Some things truly amaze me - I think I've seen a lot in my life but I came across something recently that made me think "can someone truly have written this with a straight face?".
Imagine selling yourself as someone who does the following (I'm not making this up - and don't jump ahead!):
Progression Therapy – allows one to move forward in time – even to future lives. The client is able to experience the future in a deeply relaxed state – and remember all he has seen at the end of the session. Each person is able to determine what he or she wants to see. With knowledge of the future, one can enjoy, or change, the present.
You could be offering people the ability to see FUTURE LIVES? Wow! That'd rely on your clients having accepted some other pretty wild ideas first off. I guess if they already believe in some sort of "dualism", maybe they'll blindly accept this idea.
The people are able to determine what it is that they want to see? Any ideas on how that might work?
And people can see the future and, based on what they say, enjoy it or change it? Would they be seeing the changed "future" or would they be altering the future and then they didn't really see the future? Maybe I'm over thinking this one.
Anyway, this is one of the many wild things that Lorraine Scott claims on her website. For those that don't remember, Lorraine Scott was coming to Sarnia for a fundraiser (she was getting paid, people were getting fleeced and a portion of the proceeds were going to the Canadian Cancer Society).
Lorraine also claims to "teach" at some community colleges but neither of them have her listed as an instructor on their websites. Her classes (for last fall, anyway) were 7 weeks long - one class per week and only 45 minutes per class. I suspect that she rented a college room and used it to claim some legitimacy from it.
At least she wasn't claiming crazy stuff like Animal Communications, Healing, and Locating Lost Pets or Rebirthing Therapy. What? She does?