About: Why To Choose Energy Science

Ten years before I began to teach courses on energy science for the upcoming Globe Matrix Institute, I was sitting in the room that was my nutrition office thinking. A meditation came over me, such that powerful visions were seen, even as I sat there without forcefully guiding any intention to be there. I saw a little coin come out of the air, with the words “energy science professor” with the command: You will be one.

Here I am, creating GMI, something of an enigma. It’s a home being built starting with no walls, truly–there are no “energy science” degrees to be had (though, as I suggest, they will be needed). Indeed, I had no way to contextualize or understand what the words even meant. It seemed, then, immediately impractical–not a firm structure for creating actionable clarity on even the most difficult subjects.

In any case, thare few who can go about teaching such a thing. I tried to look for schools where I could get a Ph.D; simply none existed. There was no way to understand what I was trying to understand, and out of all of the funny pathways I came across in my search, none were for me. 

I, instead, took to the road with a goal of studying poverty in the US, living with the suffering and traveling often with nothing, or very little, and a beleaguered budget such as would be befitting only to the poorest of the poor. I saw or encountered dozens of stories in each of many categories, such as what it’s like to not have a house, or to fail out of the school system, or to have an ugly divorce, or to have a cancer while being poor, or to be so energetically sensitive you can’t live in a house, or to be so chemically sensitive you’re sleeping in your car to get out of the place that was making you ill. The people’s stories came together with satisfaction for me; I was creating a log of the details on human need in America, an age where often people can’t find the paths to roads that work for them, and are stuck with a variety of circumstances with no easy rectification. 

In taking such stories to heart, it somehow came to pass that each was a lesson for me, worthy of teaching. It was the greatest library in the world on the teachings in the energy sciences. I could do things, just by praying. I saw nutritional circumstances so meager they made me blush at how arrogantly I had spent so much on myself on food in my prior life. I saw the joy of getting people to feel well, even in drastic circumstances, just through my encounter with them. I saw healings with meth addicts, and people with significant disabilities. I learned the stories of, for example, type one diabetics using what are called “walmart insulins,” unable to afford the proper kind–and living in a world where 200 was considered a good blood sugar number, a world with drastic consequences. 

I saw people struggling to get by in ways noone would notice. Noone would think that the cell phone sensitive woman at the grocery store cafe hang out was sleeping in her car, unable to spend time in her own home (and she didn’t have the support to move out of it! She was just too ill). Noone would think the woman bragging about her exploits as a pianist (both in performance and instruction, with many wildly positive reviews from quite famous people in the field) couldn’t find a place to live because exposure to certain chemicals gave her migraines. Noone, similarly, would think the homeless alcoholic could “come back” within a couple hours and you could find a real person there, capable of great things, kindness, imagination, and love. 

When God comes to you, with such a journey as this, it makes one doubt the veracity of teachings in our stuck academic system. It makes us want to teach in a different place: a free world, where all can study and learn a profitable trade regardless of where we are. As the universities open up towards teachings of things online, we still have a stuckness that tens of thousands of dollars per year are required. In the holistic sphere, we take the brave point of view that a single weekend should cost nearly a thousand dollars to participate is useful or relevant to helping the world in significant ways, and thus we cater to those with disposable income–not those who need to learn the trades (not to say all are not useful or warranted). 

But of course, to learn the many things in the holistic pantheon, dozens of such courses would be required. We would take nutritional courses from far reaching points of view, acupuncture courses to understand the energetic body, chiropractic courses to understand our structural impediments (or cousins of chiropractic like craniosacral therapy and neural therapy), energy healing courses, tapping and other mental field courses–you name it (and we haven’t even mentioned herbalism courses, which are quite popular seemingly, homeopathy courses, and so many other things). 

One could spend tens of thousands of dollars, and still not be worthy to a patient. A patient needs someone who can affordably explore the causes of their needs, not one who can offer a certain style of protocol for money.

An effective practitioner can simply explore: this caused that, that caused this, this item will work well for that, that item will work well for this. They need to functionally compare when exercise suggestions are required, and when diet suggestions are needed. They need to, notably, explore all of the different pathways out there, and suggest one that works right. Even within the acupuncture field, it is rare that a patient will receive similar treatments from different practitioners; there simply are many ways to go, and few hardened rules to follow. 

Notably, not only is such an explorational capacity required (to see what would be right for each person), outcomes tracking would be required. Even, predictive outcomes testing. One could see that if you follow this pathway, here will be the result. If you follow that pathway, here will be the result. That pathway is great, but it doesn’t cause sparks over your main issue. This pathway seems small, but it causes a tremendous positive response exactly where you need it. 

As we go further, the holistic pantheon presenting itself as a brave set of tools is set to head towards its own demise. Actionable data is hard to find; we go based on reports of what people like. Unfortunately, people’s opinions are not the same as broad data, and marketers get in the way.

With our testing research, we could study the effect of a therapy with before and after photographs, and we could see how long its impact lasted. With every three month protocol, we could have actionable data on all of the ingredients the patient used. We could test to see whether the expected result was the gained result, and note when protocols have an effect that is above our expectation. 

We could note when walking is a suitable therapy, and make that testable (with dose!). 

But we simply cannot continue with the holistic pantheon as it is. As long as someone is profiting from their suggestion, who can be trusted? Will that not inherently and fundamentally bias the results? 

In our system, we test based on what we know, no longer. We test based on what we think, no more. And we test based on what your textbooks suggest, not at all. 

We start with the mind that we don’t know. And out of all of the variables that show up as substantial, we start working on them, regardless of what they are. If the biggest issue in someone’s protocol is their issue with their mother, even though they are smoking, drinking, eating McDonalds, and sedentary, we start with the issue with their mother. We work with whatever opens up the biofield, not with what we think is going to work. 

This biases us in interesting ways. Switching to eat organic is positive for 83% of patients in our last round (the last 17% largely consisted of people already eating organic). But the beneficial impact of this was less than 15% of an aluminum detoxification protocol in 58% of them. Therefore, eating organic is not the more important matter, and it can often be discarded when it comes to deciding on the primary first things to work on. 

Additionally, and surprisingly, switching off the cell phone and doing several other building biology style home modifications to mitigate exposure to dirty electricity and electromagnetic fields scored in 43 out of 43 people as a top issue. Spiritual health (changing our mental framework) did not, and in nearly all cases, the benefit of spiritual health pathways increased dramatically once the building biology style changes were put in place. 

Such truths seem basic and oversimplified. But they are actually concrete data from testing conducted in a blind way that fundamentally challenge everything in the holistic pantheon. 

We should not take the bible of science, some say, as the truth. There are some studies that were intentionally produced to not find things, and others to find them. The bias in scientific literature is quite enormous, as numerous studies have shown. Things like funding strongly come into play, with funded studies being drastically more likely to support the hopes of the funders. 

But in the holistic world, we rarely look with the grave degree of skepticism at the claims that are out there. 

In holistic health groups, if someone asks how to treat toenail fungus, or how to have more energy, or how to detox mercury, or how to fight Lyme disease, results can be almost random (with the exception that some point to the direct center of what should be the litmus for the use of any protocol, which is testing and differentiation. The wise ones point to us not having common needs, and us needing better information on how to explore what we should explore). There can be dozens of recommendations for protocols that are out of use, generally unhelpful, or even harmful out of a subset of one hundred. There can be some that will work, but only in certain circumstances. There will be many more that will simply don’t speak to the deeper needs of the person’s case.

In our study of the body and its electromagnetic field, all subtle impulses need to be explored. All aspects of the body’s gains, responses, and losses, energetically/spiritually speaking, need to be tested. When it comes to the use of a product, things like dosage, brand, regularity, duration of use, etc. need to be explored. 

In the energy science world, we can do this. And, in getting out of the traditional muscle testing session style (where we see one person with strong opinions and a specific/small set of supplements they mainly rely on for protocols), and creating more of a research angle focused on accessibility and integration of many fields of thought, we help open up something fundamentally new. Someone can send in a photograph, and in ten minutes with an introductory scan (for free), we can show which top issues came up, and list their overall biofield scores. In ordering testing on issues indicated, one might spend as little as $30 for a full test report. 

This affordability is matched with non-product bias. If we only sell products we profit off of, what good are we to patients when it comes to doing research. We must let the patient access whatever product pathways are useful or relevant to them, and help those who are poor be able to afford normally expensive items. 

And finally, it is met with ease of access. No more spending an hour while someone cranks your arm. It is awkward and uncomfortable for many, not to mention impossible in some circumstances and often beyond the realm of what some people are willing to do. 

All people should have access that is as convenient as the other things in our modern era. 

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