Clearing Toxic Engrams
The Primary Shock from the Causative Engram must be released.
Otherwise, trauma follows the Originating Blueprint without modification.
Trauma causes trance states and robotic behavior — Garbage In, Garbage Out, until there’s a conscious intervention.
Clearing requires a simultaneous physical, emotional, and cognitive release — DELIVERANCE.
Talking doesn’t “burn the seeds of the karma.”
Freudian and Jungian therapists are merely “mowing the lawn” without “pulling out the weeds by the roots.”
Catharsis involves as many sensations as possible — smell, taste, touch, sight, and hearing.
According to Adano Ley …
“Trauma is the reaction of a solid mass releasing its own internal processes to atmospheric pressure. The cell doesn’t know how to de-shock itself. It keeps printing shock.”
In the 1980s I was doing a session with Ava (not her real name) in the apartment above Swami Nitty-Gritty’s Karma Klinic.
I had trouble targeting WHO was the matter with her (it was pre-Body Dowsing days), so I suggested, “In good conscience, I can’t let you go home like this. But if we go downstairs and see Adano, I guarantee he’ll find the problem in less than ten minutes. Just pay him, and you don’t owe me a penny.”
Ava said, “I’ll pay you both. I just want to get well.”
I explained the details to Adano, including, “Her Spleen Meridian is so far off she’s got a bald spot on the neurovascular point on top of her head.”
Adano told Ava to sit down and remove her shoes.
He held her feet and asked, “What happened to you when you were ten years old?”
Ava replied, “I was raped.”
Adano said, “Repeat after me …”
He screamed a blood-curdling scream.
She screamed a blood-curdling scream.
He screamed a second time … louder.
She screamed a second time … louder.
He screamed a third time … still louder.
She screamed a third time … still louder.
Adano released Ava’s feet and casually walked away without saying a word.
Ava shook uncontrollably as she fumbled with her shoelaces.
“Are you OK?” I asked.
“Yes,” she said, trembling and tying her shoelaces.
“Is the pain gone?” I persisted.
“Yes,” she said, racing for the door.
According to Hippocrates …
“It is far more important to know what person the disease has than what disease the person has.”