A woman bought her friend a Mind Hacking session with me as a birthday gift.
Whenever a client is “second hand” — doesn’t ask me for a session themselves — I don’t do anything to directly help them get well.
Why? My mentor Adano Ley told me I’d “get” their karma.
Karma is transferred via carbon dioxide — the “teleprinter gas.”
Let’s call the first woman Joanie and the second one Sally.
We decided to ask Sally questions about her prosperity, or, more specifically, her lack of it.
I used the Cornerstone Technique, asking her questions about money and affluence.
Sally’s RIGHT foot kept reacting.
Sally’s mother had been regarded as “trailer trash,” and was continually short of the green stuff, and Sally grew up in that environment.
“What about earning some extra money with a metal detector?” Joanie asked Sally. “Have you ever thought of that?”
Sally’s LEFT foot reacted.
“Did your father often concoct offbeat schemes to make money?” I asked.
“Always!” Sally exclaimed. “He was always dreaming up one idea after another, and they never panned out.”
We inherit our poverty consciousness from someone.
Sally got a double dose.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“The Lord is my financier. I shall have no fear of the IRS or bankruptcy. He maketh me to lie down in green one hundred dollar bills. He leadeth me into unending prosperity. He restoreth my bank account. He prepareth a table of unending opportunities before me. Surely blue-chip stocks and T-bills and unexpected lottery winnings will fall on time all the days of my longevity lifestyle.”
May 8, 2020 @ 3:16 am Atom
Wu Dang Chen (Yun Xiang Tseng) began his training at the famous Wudang Monastery at age 6. He was bruised by 10,000 sweet potatoes before he learned to dodge them with his eyes closed. It took Chen only 100 days of training to be able to move an apple tree’s leaves from a distance.
Patrick interviewed him here on One Radio Network.
May 8, 2020 @ 3:19 am Atom
“Many health food stores are now selling melatonin, to induce sleep and ‘prevent cancer.’ They have taken some information out of context, and don’t realize how dangerous melatonin is. It makes the brain sluggish, causes the sex organs to shrink, and damages immunity by shrinking the thymus gland. It is the hormone of darkness and winter, and is produced in the pineal gland by any stress which increases adrenalin. Adequate sun light suppresses the formation of melatonin.” — Ray Peat
“In 1994 A.V. Sirotkin found that melatonin inhibits progesterone production but stimulates estrogen production, and it’s widely recognized that melatonin generally inhibits the thyroid hormones, creating an environment in which fertilization, implantation, and development of the embryo are not possible. This combination of high estrogen with low progesterone and low thyroid decreases the resistance of the organism, predisposing it to seizures and excitotoxic damage, and causing the thymus gland to atrophy.” — Ray Peat
May 8, 2020 @ 3:20 am Atom
My friend had so-called kidney stone pains, went to EMR for tests that set him back $13,000 without finding anything, so he was released from the hospital, and the pains never returned. Obviously, his heavy wallet and lack of insurance was pressing against his kidneys!
May 8, 2020 @ 3:24 am Atom
I saw Adano Ley eat pancakes only once in all the time I knew him. He put salsa on his stack instead of maple syrup. “Pizza,” he explained.
May 8, 2020 @ 3:27 am Atom
A mother asked me to look at her young daughter’s RIGHT wrist.
It was broken several years before, and had healed, but suddenly became paralyzed again.
The mother walked away, and I asked the girl, “When you think of not being able to move your wrist, what’s the first color that comes into your mind?”
“Purple,” she replied.
The right side of the body relates to a female, and purple relates to an authority trauma.
The girl’s mother wasn’t overbearing, and the color gray wasn’t involved, so I asked, “Do you have a teacher at school that’s bossy?”
“Yes,” she said. “Mrs. Smith [not her real name]! I hate her!”
Mrs. Smith was a substitute teacher, and had taken over the girl’s classroom a few days ago.
I showed the girl how to stick out her tongue at her substitute teacher behind clasped hands.
“Don’t let her see you sticking out your tongue at her,” I kidded. “I don’t want to get in trouble.”
The girl stuck out her tongue, then said with conviction, “I understand. I’m better now.”
And she was!
She shook her hand from side to side. It wasn’t paralyzed anymore.
Her mother, flabbergasted at seeing her daughter freely moving her hand, came running over from the far side of the room.
“What did you do?” she asked.
“Oh, we just worked a few reflexology points,” I replied, winking at the girl.
She winked back, nodding in affirmation.
Of course, I never even touched her wrist or any reflex point associated with it.