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Health and Healing – Diet and Nutrition

Kay Cordell Whitaker

Oh boy!

What to eat and not to eat, that is the question.

See, William had it all wrong.

Kay is passionate about a lot of things, we both are.

Life
Love
Song
Living Awake
Living without the No Nos
Truth
Ka Ta See
Ancient Egyptian Mystery Teachings
Any teachings really that go back more than (just) 3,000 years. 🙂
Health
Healing
The history and adventures of our Song, and everyone else’s Song, through the ages.
Alien Life – Or what we call life and history throughout the universe.
An Awakened World

… to name just a few. 🙂

In creating the next session for the Red Door course Kay has been working most every free minute to research what is referred to as metabolic syndrome.

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Healer, Heal Thyself – Ka Ta See – Part 7


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A lot of healers are taught not to try to heal themselves. There’s a reason for that: We get in our own way!

In the tradition in which I was trained, however, I was told that everything we do for someone else, we can do for ourselves.

Yes, you probably will get in your own way to a certain degree, but if you work hard enough, you can facilitate some good results.

A good example is when I broke a bone in the middle of my foot. I was wearing high-heeled clogs, walking down a slanted driveway. My foot turned and I heard this terrible cracking sound.

It was Saturday night, about midnight, and I was all by myself. So I hobbled into the house, kicked off the shoe, and looked at the injury.

There was a triangular piece of bone pushing the skin outward on the side of my foot. I knew that I had to get all the jagged edges lined up so that the healing, the knitting, could start. I’d been taught that you can move bones and align somebody’s spine just by using energy, not touching anything with your physical hands. I hadn’t had a chance to work on a broken bone yet, so this was my big test.

With my hand about twelve inches out from my physical foot, I used energy to lift and push the bone back in place. I couldn’t just push it sideways and have it go in; it had to be lifted up to have that triangular piece fit back into the slot.

Using psychic surgery, I cut open and went down into the foot to put different drainage devices in place so that the edemic swelling which usually happens around a break could drain away.

As the pain started to come around, I would take the pockets of pain and just remove them, so that I was somewhat uncomfortable but not in severe pain. The thing that I had the most difficulty with was the pain.

The next morning, I called a friend who was also a healer and very good with bones and asked her to come over. The triangular piece was back in its proper place—all the little jagged edges had lined up completely, just where they were supposed to be. There was no swelling and no bruising.

So my friend worked on getting the bone to weave, to begin the process of building tissue between the cracks. She got the rest of the pain out, too, and took me to see a doctor.

He was a cocky young man, the type who would like everybody to think that he had seen everything. I had to do a lot of talking to convince him that I had a broken bone in my foot and needed an x-ray!

Sure enough, you could see it on the x-ray: there was the break, and there was the ligament that had been yanked out of place.

My friend and I had set it back down where it belonged and the end of the ligament was starting to re-root. You could see that it was not like it was supposed to be, that obviously this piece of bone had been way out of line, otherwise the ligament wouldn’t have been torn off.

And this doctor is looking at it as if he knew exactly what had happened… When he left the room, his assistant said, “How did you do that? I have to know!” So I explained it to him and he was really excited.

I did get a kind of strap-on cast for my own feeling of precaution, but I didn’t need it and I didn’t have to go through all the other medical procedures.

It can take several years for a ligament that gets ripped off the bone to reattach itself. Sometimes, they never heal at all. Yet the ligaments on my foot grew back exactly the way they were supposed to within months.

The energy moved the bone back in place and reattached the fibers, literally sewing them back down into the bone. Then it stimulated the cells to do the things they’re supposed to do.

This is a great example of hands-on healing, of giving the body the things it needs to rebuild and to heal.

Love and Song,

Kay

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Healing On All Levels


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In response to our post on “Healing with Energy and Spirit” William shared some great thoughts in the comments. He talked about how many of the alternative MD’s are stressing the physical/emotional toxin load as well.

He also shared that he’s worked with various physical level chelators and detoxers over the years and that his favorite right now is MCP (modified citrus pectin).

Here is our response to his comments.

Healing On All Levels

There are slowly more and more MDs who are coming out with a similar perspective about the causes and treatment of disease.

In the Ka Ta See, Egyptian and radionics traditions we are always looking for the cause behind the cause behind the cause as well as the issues that appear circular in their influence on each other – sort of a chicken or the egg appearance.

An important factor which is often forgotten within the discussion of the role of emotional trauma within certain disorders and diseases are miasms.

Miasms are a huge focus in homeopathics.

This is too large a subject to go into in a blog post, but miasms are an hereditary, energetic, tendency for disease as well as an energetic condition that we can create in ourselves that leans us toward a particular type or group of disease conditions. We’re not actually inheriting the disease, we’re inheriting a tendency for acquiring it if our bodies get weakened; we are inheriting or building a weakness toward certain disorders.

They weaken our system so much that our inherent tendency for a particular disorder kicks in and we acquire a sickness that has been in our family before; or we become ill with disorders that we pass on to our own children in the same way.

One of the beauties about the Red Door work is that it can take miasms into account.

We have tracked physical toxins being drawn to certain organs because of emotional patterns being held there.

What we have observed consistently is that physical toxins as well as pathogens show up in areas, which are already weakened, whether by miasms, emotional traumas, previous injury or disorders, or malnutrition, where they have the most chance to thrive because they take the path of least resistance.

Poisons will also show up in any area and then proceed to severely weaken that tissue. And, of course, you can see where that could lead…the now weak tissue attracts more problems.

And that’s where poisons, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual, come in. And by physical poisons I mean more than our man-made industrial and agricultural poisons.

We need to look at the poisons in our diet that are legally labeled “food” or “edible” but are completely artificial, laced with toxins and over processed, such as white sugar, manufactured sugar chemicals, canola oil, soy oil, other newly invented monounsaturated and polyunsaturated oils, additives, monsters like Kool Whip, fast foods that no longer have a vitamin or mineral left, commercially raised animals. The list goes on for quite some length.

Unresolved negative emotions definitely play a role in weakening those systems, just like all other highly toxic poisons to the body.

It can be difficult to help people who keep shoveling in any of the various forms of poison.

Kay and I have been going through detox, specifically mercury and heavy metal detox for the past 5 years. About half way through we discovered MCP. It’s amazing stuff.

What we have found in our work and in our own experience with detox is that it isn’t so much about finding the latest and greatest chelator, which is a good thing, no doubt.

What is really crucial is to find the best combination of vitamins, minerals, supplements and diet where the nutrition and supplements support each other and the detoxing and the rebuilding processes in the best way possible.

All this has to be coordinated with every other supporting thing that’s done such as the Red Door, lymph treatments, colon hydrotherapy and so on, in such a way that the chance for a healing crisis is kept to a minimum while the person gets rid of this enormous amount of poison the fastest way possible.

Kay cleared out her extremely high levels of mercury inside 2 years. That’s been verified with lab tests. It’s been rather remarkable.

The Red Door was invaluable in that process, but we also have been and still are using a list of ten different poison grabbers.

You probably could call them chelators, but we’ve come to refer to them as grabbers because not all fit the distinct definition for chelator.

Some of the most astounding things we sometimes observe is around the recommendations by practitioners as to what people should take and do to remove heavy metals from their body.

There are people who put essential oils on their feet and after they have done that for a short while the practitioner tells them that they are free of mercury. I challenge everybody doing that to take a DMSA challenge lab test to see where their mercury levels really are.

Another thing we run into quite a bit is that people come to us with certain symptoms and they have a list of supplements they are taking and in some cases we find their combination of supplement intake is part of the cause of their symptoms.

One simple example (but there are many more), we use Cholin (pure, by itself) with L-methionine and silimarin for liver cleaning and rebuilding.

Many practitioners recommend taking Choline with inositol, for other reasons, not as part of this combination.

So clients end up substituting the inositol mix for the pure choline that they then take with our mix. In our experience, inositol in the mix considerably lowers the liver cleansing effect of Choline and has some other strange side effects.

For us, and some of this is mentioned in the post, health, healing and especially detox is a combination of energy healing, the Red Door work, a supportive and highly effective combination of vitamins, minerals and supplements, together with lymph and colonics treatments and considerable attention on healthy food and emotional well being, being in Song and being happy which has helped us make such enormous progress in our own detox and healing.

We’ve met a friend recently whom we haven’t seen for almost ten years and his comment was, “you haven’t aged, you look the same as you have ten years ago!”

As we always say, the proof for any work, but especially healing work, is in the pudding.

Thanks again for sharing.

Love and Song,

Helmut

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Healing With Energy And Spirit – Ka Ta See – Part-4


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(Links to part 1, 2 and 3 of the series are at the end of this post)

Healing With Energy And Spirit

In the eastern Peruvian tradition in which I was taught, there are three basic levels of hands-on healing.

The first level is just giving out energy; the receiving body system does whatever it wants with it.

The next level is actually examining the energy field and the body, identifying and negotiating with the disorder. The condition may decide to leave at that point; sometimes it works that way.

The third stage of healing is psychic surgery, where the whole energy system literally has to be cut open because that’s the only way you’re going to get to the disorder that’s deep down inside the body.

I was taught the different stages of healing many months apart, and I had to work with one stage at a time to really learn it.

When I examine a body, I use all of the senses of my spirit. I let the energy pour out as I move my hands up and down the body, scanning all of its levels, looking for anything that is out of balance.

It helps me to move my hands and to utilize the chakra centers of the hands as a sensory organ, but it’s not necessary. I could sit there with my hands at my sides and just observe with my spirit and see the same thing. But using my hands facilitates a faster, bigger picture.

As I’m working on a person, I’m flooding their whole being with more and more of the life energy. The more energy you flood them with, the easier it becomes to observe the body system. That’s when I start moving in; I move my consciousness, my awareness, into the body.

An Aztec healer I once knew said, “I make myself very, very tiny and go walk around inside the body.” And that’s exactly what it’s like. You take your awareness and shrink it down very small and walk around inside the body. That’s when you talk to the body parts; that’s when you talk to the disorder, and the three-, four-, five-way conversations begin.

So I move my hands up and down, anywhere from three to ten inches away from the physical part of the body, from the toes all the way up to the top of the head, up and down both sides, front, and back.

If it’s a long distance energy healing session I connect with my client and psychically see the body in front of me.

With the senses of my spirit, I’m looking for visual pictures, I’m listening to anything that sounds wrong and I’m also listening to any information that might be coming from the body itself, or the disorder, or my spirit helpers.

In the tradition in which I was taught, it’s very, very important to use your spirit guides to help you with healing. That’s what they are there for. You don’t have to depend on your own inner library of anatomical, medical resources. The spirits will definitely tell you what’s wrong, and they’ll give you as much detail as you need.

What has always amazed me is that later I’ll look in the medical books that I’ve collected and sure enough, it’s all right there—exactly as the spirits described it, just as I saw it.

Not all healers see the body that way. Some of them see it as very abstract imagery; some see what looks more like car parts, because they understand cars. The image that comes through is the one that makes sense to them.

For me, it’s the anatomy. I see the anatomy. And as I’m looking at the anatomy, I’m also seeing the energy fields, the energy counterparts of our physical bodies.

If the physical body is sick, those spiritual images are sick; they’re distorted. There’s discoloration, and the energy that is surrounding them or moving in and out of them has the wrong vibrations. It’s the wrong color, it’s the wrong smell.

Sometimes, the energy is not moving—it’s stagnant. So I’m looking at all those different things at the same time.

Very often, the longer a disorder has been there, the more serious it is and the less the energy in that area has moved.

The life energy itself has become stagnant. When it does that, it changes its vibratory frequencies, its color, its ability to give off light. It usually becomes darker or dimmer, even to the point of being kind of black. When a disorder is really, really bad, it’s sort of like a “black hole.” You literally can see the surrounding life energy gravitating toward it and just being sucked in.

Basically, what healers do is offer a person an input of new, fresh life energy. Sometimes, that by itself is enough to generate the healing. A person’s body takes that energy and utilizes it to bring about a balance, to bring about healing.

As I scan the whole body, this energy is just flowing out of my hands—very large volumes of it. And, as I do this, the field of the person I’m working on begins to take on more light; it gets brighter and brighter and starts to fill up with this energy.

If the person has got something like a “black hole,” some problem that’s very long-lived, very dense, very much out of order, then all this energy sort of gravitates toward it and disappears. And I can’t do anything about it. Nothing lights up, nothing gets refreshed from that input of energy; it’s all being sucked into that place. In that case, I know I have to find the “black hole” and deal with that first.

Over the years my practice with Energy Healing and Energy Balancing has expanded far beyond the intricate energy manipulations and psychic surgery.

Today, we live in a world in which one of the biggest problems that we have as a species on our planet is our collective manmade poisons.

We have massive amounts of industrial and agricultural poisons, heavy metals and mercury poisons.

You can’t get these kinds and these volumes of poisons out of your bodies by chanting, or meditating or spiritually willing them out. Most detox and cleansing protocols are painfully insufficient, and some are even just plain dangerous. The ancient healing traditions can shovel some of them out but it is slow; the ancient techniques were never meant to deal with things so artificial and in such huge quantities.

In addition we have thoughtform poisons. We have the outside public thoughtform poisons and we have our own personalized thoughtforms in the form of masks that are continually poisoning us.

These are our biggest issues.

These days, in large parts of my healing work, including the energy healing, psychic surgery and even the Red Door radionics healing work, I focus on detoxification, efficient, effective and hopefully swift detoxification. That means the detox of physical poisons and thoughtform poisons.

Another main area which the spirits talk about all the time during a healing session is food and nutrition.

What the body parts and the spirits are saying, what they are adamantly yelling about for me to pass on to the client, is usually something like:

“HELP! I’m being poisoned! I’ve been poisoned for decades. I’m dying of malnutrition. I’m suffering from a horrific diet of fake and pretend food and drowning in a sea of negative destructive thoughtforms and self-abusive thoughtforms.”

So any healing work usually gets pretty interesting and involved and focused. It ends up being a combination of all the energy healing work, the work with the spirits, the experience with detox, living happy lives with nice loving thoughtform energies, and last, but not least, what client’s eat and what kind of nutrition they provide for their body.

Every single healing is always an amazing adventure, a gift to the recipient, a gift to the spirits and a gift to me.

Love and Song,

Kay

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Traditional Energy Healing

 

A disease inside a body does not really enjoy being there: it’s out of
place, a stranger in a strange land. It’s usually very willing to
leave. But, if you try to force it out without any consideration for
it or its purpose for being there—the message that it has to
deliver—it fights back, because its job isn’t done.

In the tradition in which I was trained, healing is a win/win
situation. It’s finding the elements inside a system that cause
dysfunction and imbalance and communicating with them, developing a
conversation between the healer, the body parts, the disorder, and the
spirit helpers that are present.

Healing is balancing, so all the elements must be honored. You
approach the disease with an attitude of gratefulness, of wanting to
pass on its message. A disorder always has an inherent message, a
reason why it’s there in the first place. If that message can be
passed on, the disorder is usually willing to leave.

I learned to approach a disorder with respect and gratitude, providing some element of gain and win for everything involved in the process of the healing. The organs win something; the disease wins something; your patient wins something; you win something. Everyone is happy.

There are two major indigenous traditions for psychic, hands-on healing around the world: there is the win/win type and there is the warrior type.

Warrior-type healers literally go to war with the disorder. They go into the patient’s system, confront the disease, wrestle it, overpower it, and force it out of the person’s body.

Usually the way they force it out is to take at least some of the condition into themselves; they then wrestle it within themselves and expel it. This is not an easy way to do healing and warrior-healers typically don’t have long lives.

The other tradition is the one in which I was trained. Based on a
win/win philosophy, its approach is one of peace. I learned to
approach a disorder with respect and gratitude, providing some element
of gain and win for everything involved in the process of the healing.
The organs win something; the disease wins something; your patient
wins something; you win something. Everyone is happy.

In a win/win scenario, the disease willingly gives its message, its
information, to the healer and the client and leaves the body.
Sometimes it just downright rushes out of the body. No one has to use
an excessive amount of energy, so there’s no danger and no harming.

As healers in the win/win tradition work, the energy that flows
through them is coming from an ultimate, endless source, the Creator;
it’s coming through the heartcenter of the Mother Earth; it’s coming
from the heart-center of the Sun; it’s coming from the heart-center of
our Galaxy.

Access to this extraordinary volume of complete life energy is through
a special initiatory ceremony (The Dance Of The Earth Fire Serpent)
or spontaneous energy system opening granted by the spirits.

This energy pours through the healer’s body, like a conduit, and out
through the heart and hands—so you’re not taking energy from your own
being and giving it to someone else. You’re utilizing an extremely
large energy source and directing it.

This particular method is much healthier for the healer.

— Excerpt from the book Healing Spirits

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