There is evidence that not all souls/consciousnesses have a smooth transition after death from a physical life into the non-physical. Sometimes souls hang around the physical realm and may need assistance from us to make their final conversion into the life that awaits all of us. Several years ago, Jim Fisher participated in a program at the Monroe Institute called Lifeline. Using patented sound technology, participants were encouraged to go into an altered state of awareness, find souls who needed assistance and help guide them into the next phase of their journey. Jim will share the accomplishments of the group he was with and present additional information that supports the concept of soul rescue.
Jim Fisher has been studying esoteric subjects for 18 years and has sought personal experiences as a means of validating his understanding of the breadth of reality. What began as an interest in near-death experiences expanded to include other spiritually transformative subjects.
Jim has attended four residential programs at the Monroe Institute, listened to numerous speakers and participated in workshops at the Rhine Center, spent 2 weeks at an ayahuasca retreat in Peru, and has engaged in multiple holotropic breathwork sessions. He has served as the Treasurer of the International Association for Near-death Studies (IANDS) and currently serves on the IANDS finance and ethics committees.