The late James Ramey, the Founder of Ultra Depth® International, was educated by the late Walter A. Sichort in Blackwood, New Jersey. James' research in depths beyond Somnambulism led him to many discoveries in communication. His need to help those experiencing trauma led him on an incredible journey into an understanding of who we are and where we come from, that differs from what is traditionally accepted. James worked extensively to develop a system which he could teach to others. His methods would enable them to help their clients to experience such things as increased self-healing time, true local and general anesthesia without suggestion and much more. Now, years later with the system fully developed, serious learners from around the world have access to this remarkable system made up of James’ teachings, research and the pride of his career, The Ultra Depth® Process.
James was a hypnotist, an educator and an international lecturer. He taught Relaxology for nearly 40 years. His studies with Mr. Sichort began in 1974 and continued through 1982. In May of 2012, James was presented with IACT's Innovative Hypnotherapeutic Technique of the Year Award for the Ultra Depth® Process. He was a lifetime member of the International Association of Counselors and Therapists (IACT), Founder of Ultra Depth® International, and was the lead International Ultra Depth® Facilitator / Educator and Hypno-Anesthesiologist until his passing in 2016.
James left a wonderful legacy and made a great impact on all those he came into contact with. He wanted to encourage all Ultra Depth® Educators to do research with these techniques and depths as well and to share their discoveries with the other Ultra Depth® Educators worldwide. James’ dedication and passion has contributed greatly to the ideas and beliefs about what can actually be accomplished through our own Subconscious. The world will forever be indebted to him for his service.
“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” —Mark Twain