Live a stress-free life through energy release and repatterning

Samuel Baseler stands at his meditation point outside of his home in Grand Junction. Baseler uses E.C.R.R. to help people release negative energy.



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Samuel Baseler stands at his meditation point outside of his home in Grand Junction. Baseler uses E.C.R.R. to help people release negative energy.

Place your left hand flat in the air with your palm facing up, and with your right hand on your belly say, “Ha!” Now, repeat it with enthusiasm, gradually speeding up. Did you smile?

Welcome to the surface of Samuel Baseler’s profession and way of life. For over 20 years, the Grand Junction resident has been helping people release physical, mental and emotional issues to create a stress -free, joyful state of mind.

“My world is one of joy, love, peace and connecting with people. Making a connection with nature or another person is an amazing feeling,” said Baseler, “I like to help people be happy. We are entities within our own aura, and I help release blockages that disrupt that aura.”

Baseler calls it Energy Coagulation Release and Repatterning, or E.C.R.R.

After a brief conversation of identifying problems a person may have, including anxiety, anger or recurring pain, Baseler has the patient feel a deck of oracle cards. Four cards are chosen by the patient, based on the energetic response the cards give off.

“It is important you choose the right cards. You will feel it and you will know which cards are correct for you,” said Baseler. “The cards help connect and release energy.”

Baseler then selects scented oils he deems to be fitting for the patient’s blockages, and invites the client to admit the willingness to change. Using a quartz crystal pendulum, Baseler accesses the origin of the issues. Snapping his fingers, Baseler connects with energy from the client’s aura, and the pendulum begins to swing.

As the pendulum rotates counter-clockwise, negative energy is flowing down the body, exiting through the feet into what Baseler calls the transmuting violet flame. The process dives into the client’s past, present and future to bring peace for the client.

While E.C.R.R. may seem to be a strange approach, Baseler’s clients claim the process works.

“In our work together Samuel and I went to the root of vague fears which had been part of my life for as long as I can remember. Because his work bypasses the rational mind and goes to the area where old beliefs and memories are held, the fears are gone,” said Alexandra Kraznow from Grand Junction. “An added bonus is a freed-up physical body as well. I have greater range of motion and freedom of movement. I’m very pleased.”

Baseler came to Grand Junction in 1961 and taught at Grand Junction High School for 21 years, including one year of teaching research classes at Mesa College. Baseler also served two years in the Army, and has been to over 10 different countries around the world. Baseler has always been in touch with the world spiritually, and has used his life experiences to gradually evolve into this lifestyle of E.C.R.R.

“I believe that E.C.R.R. chose me. This life chose me. Being in the now is important to living with joy,” said Baseler, “I was herded this direction in life, and that is just the way it is.”

Baseler believes people can be happy if they choose and he only helps them realize their potential.

“We can invite prosperity into our lives. We can change. We can choose happiness at every juncture. It is our choice,” said Baseler.

Baseler also hosts an Intender’s Circle group at his home twice a month, where people talk about life goals and how they can manifest their intentions.

For more information about how to contact Baseler and his E.C.R.R. visit http://www.samuelbaseler.com.



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