Church of Divine Man - CDM Psychic Institute is a Psychologist office located in Everett, WA. A psychologist focuses on the evaluation, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental, emotional and behavioral health issues. A clinical psychologist uses psychotherapy and other counseling skills to improve emotional and mental health.
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I have taken many classes at CDM, and have found it to be the most healing thing I have ever done for myself. I have used the techniques taught there to heal chronic physical pain and health conditions, as well as emotional trauma from my past. CDM doesn't make any grand claims about what it will do for you, because it's intent is to teach the individual to heal him/herself with simple, yet powerful, spiritual techniques. Whether or not that individual uses those techniques is up to them. CDM doesn't teach any dogma, but rather teaches ways for the individual to be in touch with his or her own spiritual information, and they incourage each person to have his or her own concept of God or the Divine. CDM may not be for everyone, but for someone who is seeking a way to know and heal themselves, this is a wonderful place to explore that.
Seriously, think about it. If a place put out a sign that said, "Please come in and allow us to take control of your mind" would you actually step inside? Of course not. But when a place puts out a sign that says "Please some inside and have some spiritual freedom" that's a completely different story. CDM puts out the latter sign, but in actuality offers what the first sign promises. CDM is seductive in that it markets itself as the anti-New Age. It has metaphysical practices, but they are supposedly presented in a practical manner, free of gurus and flakiness where "spiritual freedom" is offered to all. Who can argue with practical, guru-free, independent spirituality? No one. And that's the trick. Since members are told that CDM encourages them to think for themselves, they never bother to see that their free thought is free so long as it is in line with the thoughts of the programmers. And this is neither the members nor the programmers faults. The programmers don't even realize they're programmers. They truly believe they're freeing people. (But then what religion doesn't?) Sadly, everyone has been taught everything they know from their non-guru founder, who cleverly quashes anyone who dares to differ with her by claiming that that person is "invaded with entities" aka "possessed." Yes, CDM looks like a great place. Yes, you will initially enjoy your time there. Yes, you will make friends. Yes, you will insidiously become enmeshed in mind-control. Yes, you will thank me for warning you to avoid this place.
I signed up for a meditation class at the CDM in Everett, mostly because of the location to my work, and the price seemed more reasonable than other meditation class I had reviewed.
I highly recommend this class to anyone who is feeling stressed and out of control of time. Although I was expecting another meditation class that teaches one how to quiet their mind and leave their body awareness behind, I found this class to have a much different approach. I was taught how to connect to my body, how to ground, center, and clear my space. The techniques were simple and I could apply them immediately to my life. There is no long drawn out ritual, or hypnotic music, just simple, straight forward techniques. Using these techniques have helped me create more peace, satisfaction, and control in my life.
I totally disagree with other posting accusing this group of being a “cult”. CDM prices are very reasonable in comparison to similar courses I have either taken or considered. I have never been pushed to take more training, or donate money. People are totally free to come and go.
Just another cult. Like many new age communities, CDM attempts to profit on spirituality, charging outrageous fees for meditation and 'healing' classes. CDM suckers people in via its free student psychic readings ('professional' reading run anywhere from $70 - $200). It touts itself as a 'mystery school' but in reality it is just another New Age cult. While CDM claims that it is a psychic school, a place to discover oneself as 'spirit', it really is nothing more than a rehashed mishmash of Scientology and New Age thought. CDM initially lures people in with the technique of 'love-bombing' but when the honeymoon's over, it's really over! CDM claims that one of its best qualities is that it allows each individual to have his or her own information. That is true - so long as his or her information conforms to the information of its leaders! Don't be fooled - this is just another cult using spirituality as a means to making a profit.
Cdm Psychic Institute, Church of Divine Man can be found at Summit Ave 2402. The following is offered: Community Colleges. The entry is present with us since Sep 10, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Everett there are 2 other Community Colleges. An overview can be found here.
Church of Divine Man - CDM Psychic Institute is a Psychologist facility at 2402 Summit Avenue in Everett, WA.
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