Who are development programmes for?

© Author James Davies.


Development science is mainly used for 2 types of people. These are people who would like to develop themselves spiritually and those who would like to improve their health.

Much is written about development on this website, however development science was originally built as a health programme and is still an excellent solution to many health problems that people experience today.

For instance it can be used to help various conditions because it corrects the body as a whole system which leads to improvement in health on many levels. Also, anyone who goes on a programme will experience development of some sort. Examples of conditions it can improve include:

  • Chronic fatigue syndrome or low energy levels.
  • Anxiety and panic attacks and other emotional problems.
  • Copper toxicity syndrome.
  • General poor health symptoms.
  • A lot more.

Development science however is not good to be used for cancer. This moves to quickly whereas development is slower and steady and needs a different programme.


Responsibility – it is crucial to take responsibility for ones health and perhaps even the manifestations of ones life.

Desire – This is needed because it is the underlying motivation of all behaviour and action. In order to develop yourself you must desire it completely and know that it is possible to do.

This comes from the fire in the heart and the knowing that you are a magnificient being who has vast potential and you want to experience it and share it.

Intention – This is the next step and involves taking action. Intention means you desire something and you are willing to put one foot in front of the other to get it. Beyond this it means you are willing to keep going if things get a little tough as they do sometimes on a development programme. One could say intention is desire in action.

Allowance – Once on a pathway there will be challenges. One knows that as long a the path is followed the challenges will fade, however it takes an attitude of allowance for this to happen.

Allowance is the opposite of resistance. It involves the deep trust that answers are available and I just have to be patient and non-reactive and they will come.

Allowing opens up the opportunity for aspects of life that you resisted before to be a part of your experience. For instance, allowing healing to take place is essential for development. It is not always fun but once past it has many many benefits that would have not been available to you if you continued to resist.

Surrender – This is the end result of following through with all the above. It is the start of much joy because finally one has surrendered to the real self which is all loving and all powerful. It is a also a letting go of all the ego self which makes ones life miserable.

To speed up this process is the aim of all development programmes. This is possible because they increase energy levels which gives the brain more energy to sort through traumas and everthing that is blocking this process from occurring.

Patience & discipline – Some discipline is needed to follow this programme every day. This gets easier as time goes on and as self discipline (which is a wonderful trait) surely develops in oneself.

Patience is needed because although ones health will usually start improving straight away, deeper correction of internal imbalances, and ridding the body of mental and environmental toxins, takes at least a few years to complete and sometimes longer, this depends on your state of health before you begin the programme and other factors as well.

Instructions – All this must be done in accordance with our specific written instructions and explanatory information. This is not because we think we know what is right for everyone, but because the programme needs to be done in a certain way for it to work properly. For instance, adding parts to the programme will get in the way and almost always ruins it. Then people think its not working when it is.

What traits are needed to succeed with a programme?

Certain traits that are more common with people who succeed on a program are:

A willingness to go through healing reactions – These are the necessary revisiting of metabolic adaptations the body has made to various stresses which it needs to heal completely in order to be optimally healthy again.  They can include healing infections, eliminating toxins, revisiting emotional issues etc.  They are usually benign but slightly irritating, though sometimes they are more full on and require extra rest and support to pass through.

A somewhat open mind – this is not your average science, it therefore can challenge the perspective of some people, especially those who have been taught medical or even naturopathic methods of healing.

Communication – It is sometimes necessary to be in contact so that I can help you through certain challenges that may crop up on a programme

Self Love – This is probably the most important part of all is one wants to succeed on a development programme and indeed on any type of healing programme

Start a development programme today

 A development programme consists of getting a hair mineral analysis.  From this a specific supplement and dietary plan can be put together and recommendations on procedures can also be made.  This is outlined in PDF format and explained in a 1 hour consultation.


What does it involve?

A development programme involves making some changes to ones life.  We recommend specific diets, procedures and a healing lifestyle.

Who is development for?

A development programme has many wonderful benefits and requires discipline and commitment.  It is not for everyone however.  Click to read more.

Disclaimer: All information on this website is only the opinion of the The Deeply Healed Human Ltd and for educational purposes only. Development science and nutritional balancing are methods to reduce stress on the body and help people reach their full potential.  They are not intended as diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure for any health condition, mental or physical, real or imaginary.