Ordination Track Courses The Wisdom Lovers :
The Origins of Rational Thought and the Paranormal
Next Course Begins Saturday, February 24, 2018
Dr Moody brings the origins of thought about life after death to a new dimension by indoctrinating the student into the Eleusinian Mysteries and the Greek view of the afterlife. This is quickly followed with secrets of shamanic rituals, hidden in childhood toys and rhymes.
In this course work, the student is instructed in depth on how to recognize the difference between a profound spiritual experience and delusions.
The true spiritual and otherworldly connections are seperated from religion and dogma in such a way that the graduate theologian will find amazing.
Tools for conversing successfully with skeptics, leading a congregation and profound personal growth are all benefits of this course work.
Lesson topics are covered in three personal all day workshops with Dr. Moody over a period of four months and distance study by way of DVDs and telephone conferencing. In his pilot program classes, held over a period of two years, this information has been honed to an art and science of delivering information in the most effective way for maximum student absorption.
- In The Beginning - Introduction to the Greek Sages and the Foundation of Logic
- Anomalies of the Mind: A Psychiatrist Overview of Extrordinary Phenomena of Human Consciousness
- Nonsense and its Place in the Paranormal - How Shamans and Oracles Tap Into The Other Side
- Theories of the Paranormal: Basics of 2 Standard Theories Parapsychology and Skeptics and an Entirely New Theory Developed by Dr. Moody
- The Group Mind - Jung's Collective Unconscious
- The Birth of a Religion - From Profound Spiritual Experience to Dogma
- Rites Of Passage - Turning Points and Points of Maturity
(c) Sherry Henderson, Raymond Moody 2009
Doctorate of Divinity The Wisdom Lovers :
Integrating Paranormal Thought into Practice
Next Course Begins TBA
The Doctorate of Divinity program requires that the student have completed the Ordination Program under Dr. Moody before enrollment.
As a part of this program, the student will experience, first hand working with the psychomanteum, it's construction and benefits for those who require closure after a loss due to death.
Different types of grief will be discussed including: divorce, loss of a home, loss of a job, loss through abandonment and loss through death. The ramifications of multiple losses and compound grief will be addressed as well.
Students will chose a topic for a doctoral dissertation which should be completed within one year of the time of enrollment into the program.
- A thorough overview of Life After Death Studies and launching the students on their Doctoral thesis
- Grief, The earliest thinkers practical approach, Plato on Grief, Tools to equip the student to be capable of giving ministerial counseling to those who are experiencing grief
- Near Death and Shared Near Death ministerial counseling for those who have had a near death and/or a shared near death experience, Taking the experience of near death and putting it into a perspective for those who have had the experience
- The Logic of Life After Death, Connecting the rational thought process with the information and experiences of those who have had the experience and their observers
- Psychomanteum, This is an experiential session in which the students will learn the practice of scrying into a clear depth, much the way it was done at Delphi in the days of the ancient Greeks. In this exercise, students will learn counseling techniques and focusing techniques which will allow them to guide others through the experience of having a face-to-face reunion with a deceased loved one.
- Course Synthesis. Psychomanteum debreifing and Review of student’s Doctoral thesis materials and progress
(c) Sherry Henderson, Raymond Moody 2009
|About Dr. Moody
Dr. Moody studied philosophy at the University of Virginia, United States, where he obtained a B.A. , an M.A. and a Ph.D in the subject. He also obtained a Ph.D in psychology from the University of West Georgia, then known as West Georgia College, where he later became a professor in that topic. In 1976, he was awarded an M.D. from the Medical College of Georgia. In 1998 Moody was appointed Chair in Consciousness Studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Raymond Moody is the foremost expert on the phenomenon of near-death experience (he is called "the father of the near death experience"), as well as a compelling lecturer on the subjects of evocation of the deceased, cult activities, out-of-body experiences, the paranormal and the relationship of the paranormal to the performing arts, and the interconnections between humor and health. He has appeared on several national television programs as an expert guest about these subjects.
An award winning author and scholar, Dr. Moody received the World Humanitarian Award in Denmark in 1988, as well as a bronze medal in the Human Relations Category at the New York Film Festival for the movie version of Life after Life. An impassioned researcher, Moody first became interested in the phenomenon of near-death experiences during his medical training. Since that time, he has written seven books about the subject and created the Dr. John Dee Memorial Theater of the Mind, a facility that enables people to experience altered states of consciousness for the purposes of education, entertainment and spiritual advancement.