Dr. Kokayi interviews Justice Bartlett on Matrix Energetics. Her father, Richard Bartlett, author of the Physics of Miracles, is the founder of Matrix Energetics and she’s a master practitioner and instructor within this system. The crux of this system revolves around the use of consciousness to “drop down” to the zero point field, beneath the quantum field where lies the matrix out of which all energy matter creations come out of. A practitioner so engaged at this level has the potential to bring about instantaneous changes at the macrosopic level. The creation of alternative realities as it relates to health is discussed and the listening audience is asked to participate in a basic matrix energetics 2 point exercise. Ms Justice also shares a case of Alzheimer’s disease that was successfully treated. This is a cutting edge technology that comes under the banner of energy medicine and requires one to drop certain preconceived notions about the structure of reality.
Archive for July, 2010
Blaine Pope, who holds a PhD and Master’s from Field and Graduate University in the field of human and organizational systems looks at the progression of American society with respect to energy consumption…from slavery, to petroleum consumption, and a look at the movement toward earth based technologies. The cost of our dependence on petroleum is clearly too high with respect to the impact on health and the environment. From plastics to gasoline, every phase of our lives are touched by petroleum. People in lower socioeconomic communities are more likely to suffer more from the largely unrecognized affects of petroleum because of their proximity to industrial complexes.
Dr. Kokayi interviews Sister Kwayera Archer-Cunningham, founding president and chief executive officer of the Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy. Ifetayo’s success at creating a community based organization that not only gives younger people skills but helps to reestablish their cultural identity is highlighted. Ifetayo has been able to overcome many of the problems that plaque organizations in resource poor communities. With almost twenty years of operation Ifetayo has drawn on traditional African community and and spiritual values and cultural technologies to lay the foundation for an organization that has had to offer no apologies for its orientation but yet has been able to successfully garner resources from the non profit world as well as setting up other programs in and out of the United States; Chicago, Brazil, Senegal, Ehtiopia, Jamaica, and South Africa.
Dr. Kokayi interviews Andrew Faust, a certified Permaculture designer and someone who embodies the skills that can lead individuals and municipalities back to a reciprocating respectful relationship with the earth. The concept of Nature Deficit Disorder is used to discuss our disconnect from nature and how this affects us. Andrew Faust explains to us how his Permaculture course aims to create that reconnection with nature. Some of the strategies involved include off-the-grid energy systems, landscape design, and the development of eco villages. Faust looks at the level of waste generated from our present way of living and how permaculture offers a solution to our self destructive life styles. He also shares with the audience information on a 14 week course that will be starting up in the middle of August.