Results of SDI Intervention for Chronic and Immediate Crises
• DEBORAH, CONCERT PIANIST: Deborah was a 45-year-old concert pianist, single, never married, no children, living in a major East Coast city, completely devoted to her career, until one day she discovered that she didn’t care anymore and realized that this “decline” had been slowly descending on her for the last year or so. When Deborah heard about what Philip Savage had done for her friend, she called immediately for help. She already knew there was nothing else she could do and didn’t want to lose her exceptional ability as a pianist or her business or her upcoming gigs. Since it was an emergency and Dr. Savage can do what he does from a distance, there was no need (and no time) for Deborah to travel to meet him in person. After sending a substantial donation in overnight mail, Deborah saw Philip in a dream that night (she had no websites or pictures of him at that time) and woke up completely changed. Her enthusiasm for her career returned and her abilities were enhanced. She was able to meet her commitments to perform that week and all the following weeks. Amazed, Deborah was forever grateful to Philip (and to her friend who told her about Dr. Savage).
• ARTHUR, ATHLETE: This young man is the 22-year-old son of Harry (“Family” report above) who landed on his father’s couch, depressed for two years (doing drugs and lost in the big-screen TV), after his entire future career as a successful professional athlete was suddenly ripped from him in 2008 due to the complete elimination of funding for professional volleyball, his chosen sport. He had trained for this career his whole life, including 4 years of university. Two years later, in 2010, Arthur’s totally distraught father heard about Philip Savage, researched everything he could find and then called for help, first for a dying friend (whose family didn’t want help!) and then for his son who, fortunately, did. Within days of first contacting Dr. Savage’s team, Harry’s son noticeably changed. Harry asked if Dr. Savage had “done something.” Yes, and it continued from then until after seeing Philip in person and for years after. Harry’s results of working with Dr. Savage are included in the “Family” and “Business” sections above. Arthur’s results are immediate and amazing. He “woke up” from the couch, began talking to his father about his life and future, was completely open to seeing Dr. Savage as soon as possible, and when he did, his energy soared, his excitement was palpable, his focus and determination about his future was clear and single-pointed. Arthur knew exactly what he wanted and what he was going to do about it. After his father first called for help, Arthur began to work as a coach and assistant coach for two college volleyball teams. He also picked up where he left off working with a musician friend on marketing their music. Then he met with Philip in person and immediately upon returning home, Arthur watched both the teams he was coaching WIN their games, which was a complete surprise, since neither team had any real chance of winning. The team Arthur was assistant coaching was lucky to even be in the competition, and the team for which he was head coach had no real chance of winning that game. Arthur was completely shocked and amazed when he saw, with his own eyes, what Philip was able to do for him and his teams. As each team was playing, Arthur saw those players’ abilities “enhanced”, doing things they were not capable of doing before. They performed like they were all on “legal steroids” and surprised everyone by winning their games. Only Arthur (and Harry) knew why. In the following months, Arthur’s career as a coach and a trainer and a fitness expert, as well as his music partnership, boomed, where eventually Arthur owns several of his own businesses. His family life also unexpectedly improved, when he (and his father) were able to reconcile with Arthur’s mother, whose health situation and dysfunctional relationships had caused Arthur terrible pain his whole life. Shortly after seeing Dr. Savage, Arthur’s life-long pain surfaced in an emergency health crisis, which Philip helped him resolve and which never returned again. Following that recovery, Arthur was able to visit his mother, with his father, after which his mother moved back to live near them. Soon the family was functioning well and eventually Arthur’s father actually married his mother. Something no- one would have previously ever even thought possible.