A Psychological View of Trump, Hillary, Bernie and Cruz

Candidate-CollageThis may be the most interesting, volatile, corrupt, and dangerous presidential election the People of the United States may ever witness. It is also a test indicating our  level of spiritual awareness in choosing a leader. Will our choice support helping lift humanity into the next dimensional level, or bring a great country down even further. We have reached the perennial fork in the road, which determines our collective soul development. Who we choose as the next Democratic or Republican presidential candidate will ultimately seal our fate.

The question is which key character traits should we embrace in selecting our next leader and whether any of the top four candidates possess any of those qualities? To help in the process, I have compiled a list of well-established leadership criteria culled from the Character Counts Organization:

  1. TRUSTWORTHINESS/HONESTY – Don’t mislead or withhold key information. Don’t cheat or steal.
  2. SHOW RESPECT – Be tolerant and accepting of differences. Use good manners, not bad language. Be considerate of the feelings of others. Don’t threaten, hit or hurt anyone. Deal peacefully with anger, insults, and disagreements. Obey the laws and show respect for authority.
  3. SHOW INTEGRITY – Stand up for your beliefs about right and wrong. Be your best self and resist social pressure to do wrong for personal gain. Be accountable for your words, actions, and attitudes.
  4. BE FAIR & CARING – Play by the rules. Be open-minded. Listen to others versus blaming them. Treat people with kindness and compassion. Protect the environment and the country you serve.

Let’s start with DONALD TRUMP. You don’t have to be a seasoned psychologist to know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Trump fits the classic Narcissistic Personality Disorder spectrum which, unfortunately, there is no cure for. The world revolves around these people’s needs. They don’t care about rules unless, of course, they are the one that made them. You see this disorder quite often in very powerful male CEOs.

Narcissists, like Trump, have exaggerated feelings of self-importance and grandiosity. They crave admiration, power, and usually lack feelings of empathy towards the real needs of others. They can act like they care (and be very convincing at it), but unless it fits their own self-gain and agenda, they don’t waste their time. They are the arrogant bullies of the world and as leaders they are despotic. So carefully consider this if you plan on voting for Trump. He is forever threatening to sue anyone who offends him.

Once in power, Trump’s concept of “deal making” would be to bully, alienate and intimidate anyone who didn’t see things his way. He likes topsychopaths tell people they are “stupid,” which is a great way to influence and win friends. Such blatant displays of superiority towards those of different cultures and beliefs would only contribute to more hatred towards the U.S. This is not a character trait we want our President to have, especially when he needs to repair fragile U.S. foreign relations. Diplomacy requires restraint and understanding.

Trump has quickly learned that the more outrageous his remarks, the more he is loved and admired for being politically incorrect. While some may see this as refreshing “tell it like it is” behavior, it is a Trump tactic used to appeal to those disenfranchised and angry citizens who have a need to fight back at an establishment, which has clearly failed them.

Trump’s rallies too often resemble the fervor of a religious revival meeting. His supporters feel he is just like them—that he is genuine. Narcissists are not genuine. They antagonize and take great pleasure in it. Trump is a master at this, much like Hitler stirring up the masses. Narcissists play off people’s emotions and use it to elevate themselves to power. With Trump, it’s not about the money. It’s about POWER. It’s like giving heroin to an addict.

Trump has managed to alienate the good, peaceful, Muslim people of the world along with the Mexicans he wants to kick out as well (an M&M hater). Everything is either/or with him. His foreign policy is all about building powerful walls, fences, and exerting dominance over others, which is more of the same ideology that has already caused a mess in the world.

Rarely does Trump address the true issues the people of this country want solutions for such as better healthcare, higher wages, more jobs, and fixing the economy and decaying infrastructure. Trump never admits when he is wrong or that he might not have all the facts. He often acts without thinking. Shoot now, do damage control later. I have never heard him express true compassion for the oppressed. Unfortunately, he fails all of the above desirable character traits needed in a good leader. With Trump it’s all about “I alone can solve it” or “I am the greatest.” They also call this behavior megalomania. This compilation of “I am the Greatest” hits by Trump, says it all…

Then there’s HILLARY CLINTON. Hillary has a serious trustworthy problem which is a BIG red flag for anyone hoping to become a leader. Recent Bloomberg and Fox News polls both show that 64% of registered voters find her dishonest. On a psychological spectrum she has some clear “avoidant personality” issues, meaning she refuses to address a problem right away, possibly hoping it will go away if she ignores it. She often digs in her heels, refusing to budge on her position of innocence, until the situation starts to blow up in her face and she is forced to confront it (like Benghazi or those emails).

Hillary could more accurately be classified a pathological liar. The internet is filled with video clips of her flip-flopping on issues, or denying she said something only to be followed with a clip of her having said the very thing she denies having said. Either she has an incredibly poor memory (not something we want in a President), or she thinks no one is going to fact check her. During numerous interviews she told of being attacked by sniper fire at a Bosnian airport and having to run for cover. The people with her all dispute her story and the CBS News video of her talking to a child on the tarmac, while she was allegedly under gunfire, is hard to ignore. It simply didn’t happen.

Which makes me wonder, along with many others in the health field, if Hillary’s memory problems are more serious than she’s letting on. Is she hiding post-concussion syndrome from the blood clot and mini-strokes she experienced while Secretary of State? In 15% of the population with this condition, some experience side effects for years afterward. From the emails retrieved from Hillary’s personal server by the FBI, her top aide, Huma Abedin, wrote in an email that Hillary is “often confused.” This is indeed troubling.

It’s probably a good idea that a comprehensive “independent” medical examination be required for all presidential candidates to determine if they are truly mentally and physically fit to run for office. Haven’t we learned anything from the Reagan Alzheimer years when we didn’t know who was actually running the country?

An issue that is even more troubling is that Hillary faces serious charges of violating a provision of the Espionage Act of 1913. The FBI has recently stepped up their investigation, even giving close aides immunity from prosecution for telling them what Hillary is hiding. An indictment may be forthcoming soon. Over 30,000 “personal emails” were erased from a server she kept in her New York house bathroom that was unsecured and administered by someone who didn’t even have basic security clearance. The FBI has found 22 emails in those they retrieved so far that they have classified as TOP SECRET.

While Hillary claims others, like Colin Powell, have also sent State emails through their personal email accounts while in office, the difference is that none of these offenders used their own private unsecured and unencrypted server to send ALL their correspondence. This was the same private server shared by The Clinton Foundation and also Chelsea Clinton.

Even former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden says, “I would lose all respect for scores of intelligence services around the world if they did not have all the access they wanted” to Hillary Clinton’s email server. What was Hillary thinking? While it would be great to finally have a first woman president in office, do we want a candidate who fails to show sound judgment when it comes to protecting our countries secrets? We need someone who not only knows the laws, but obeys them. If they don’t tell the truth, how can we trust them to do what is morally and ethically right?

There’s not much to say about Senator TED CRUZ that hasn’t already been said. He’s widely known as “Lying Ted Cruz,” by his campaign opponents and the media due to the frequency of his telling outright lies. The frequency of his falsehoods is so excessive Politifact actually did a story about 90 random Cruz assertions which were checked and only 6% of his statements were actually TRUE, while only 16% had SOME TRUTH.

Cruz displays sociopathic behavior. A sociopath displays no conscience or guilt. Cruz totally sabotaged Dr. Ben Carson in the early primaries. He spread rumors that Carson was bowing out of the race on the day before the primary, when he clearly wasn’t, and encouraged Carson’s supporters to vote for him instead. It worked. This is really quite deplorable and unethical behavior for anyone.

One of the more egregious claims was when Cruz stated he immediately denounced the Melania Trump attack ads (mailers in Utah) put forth by a Pro-Cruz Super-PAC. No such denouncement, prior to the Utah election, ever took place. Like Hillary, he may count on the fact that those who heard his initial claim will probably never hear the real story. It’s blatant deceit. The fact that he is constantly being called out on his lies and still continues to do it, speaks volumes about his character. A true sociopath doesn’t care about anything but himself. Hence, he also comes into the narcissistic spectrum.

During the 2011 debt ceiling “crisis,” Cruz basically stabbed his own party in the back, bringing government to a grinding halt so he could present himself as a maverick who was willing to stand up to the GOP establishment. It ultimately cost John Boehner his job and left America with the crushing weight of sequestration (across-the-board spending cuts that by virtually all credible estimates have reduced economic growth by a percentage point or two).

Cruz professes to be of the same “let’s build walls and keep them out” mentality as Trump. Sociopaths display no moral responsibility or social conscience towards others. I have often heard people say that there is something unsettling about Cruz which “makes their skin crawl.” On an unconscious level we identify many things about a person before our conscious mind catches up. What do we really know about what hides behind Ted’s annoying smirk?

There are those who have studied Ted’s face, one neurologist in particular, who says it signals “disagreeableness and disgust” and also makes him “uneasy.” While Cruz is obviously a man who does not instill much confidence, people are considering voting for him only because they hate Trump even more. Think carefully if you want to pick this man to be President, even by default. The lesser of two evils can be just as bad as the devil himself.

Last, but not least, there’s Senator BERNIE SANDERS. Bernie may be the oldest candidate of the lot at 74 years of age, but he has more experience in public office than any of his opponents and he’s still going strong. I looked at his character traits and could find nothing pathological that might signal red flags about his being a good leader. Bernie appears to be quite sincere and honest about his passion for “Democratic Socialism” and restoring the working middle class (which has suffered greatly at the hands of the elite 1%). The other candidates don’t seem to care much about this problem.

The term “democratic socialism” is probably what scares a lot of people into thinking Bernie will turn our country into some Communist gulag and any money or property they own will be promptly taken away from them and given to some deadbeat. Not true. The fact that Bernie hasn’t taken any SuperPac money to fund his campaign speaks to his integrity that he can’t be bought by special interest groups. Trump also opted to forgo SuperPac funding, but Trump already has plenty of money and in all likelihood he probably took this route so no one could tell him what to say or do.

Unlike Trump or Bernie, Hillary has taken obscene amounts from Wall Street and the corporate media giants, which is probably why they tend to favor her in all their stories, telling us she will be the next winner despite what the polls may actually show. Sadly, unbiased journalism is pretty much dead in the mainstream media. They still think they can control us by telling us what to think.

It’s true. Bernie DOES scare a lot of people, but mostly Wall Street and the big bankers, which is why they are fighting like hell to make sure he doesn’t win. That alone speaks volumes. If they don’t want him, then he must be good.

Bernie is about income equality, anti-greed, and restoring fairness. If you look up democratic socialism, you will see that Bernie is really talking about “social democracy” where the people have greater control of government along with access to better healthcare, education, and higher living standards. Deep down, isn’t this what the majority of us want? Is this not the more evolved choice?

They did a study of the countries in the world that registered the highest on happiness levels. The top three were Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands. These are all countries that have embraced social democracy and made it work!  This is a purer form of Democracy governed by the people’s needs. The U.S. failed to make even the top 10 on the happiness list.

Whomever you choose to vote for, make sure it’s someone who is both ethical and compassionate about government change, not someone who will continue pandering to the corporate oligarchy. Let’s also hope and pray that those voter suppression shenanigans, as played out recently in Arizona, are resolved and the criminals engaged in them pay dearly for robbing the people of their true right to vote. Our future is being played out now and each and everyone of your votes does make a difference. May God Bless America at this time of critical decision.

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Dr. Kathy Forti is a clinical psychologist, inventor of the Trinfinity8 technology, and author of the book, Fractals of God

Mission to Inner Earth – Is it Really Hollow?


In February, 1947, Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, leading a United States Navy Task Force expedition, flew for seven hours beyond the North Pole and reached a place never before recorded in history. The expedition, known as Operation HighJump, proceeded to penetrate the hollow region of the Earth for 1700 miles. There they found a Land that was green and lush with growing plants, flowers and thick forests.

Nine years later, January 13, 1956, the same Rear Admiral Byrd, leading another official expedition to the Antarctic, flew from his base at McMurdo Sound. which is 400 miles from the South Pole, and entered the hollow region of the Earth near the South Pole, for 2300 miles. Was he looking for the other Polar entry point to this hidden Land?

Byrd’s controversial diary on Operation HighJump, now allegedly missing, tells of his plane being greeted by “flying machines,” a type he had never seen before. They conveyed to him that he had been allowed to enter “Agharta” (the most celebrated city in the hollow Earth) because of his high moral and ethical character. They had decided that it was time to make greater contact with the outside world to make sure we didn’t destroy this planet and their civilization with it. Eventually Admiral Byrd and his crew were guided by their hosts back to the outer world, their lives forever changed.

On March 13, 1956, Admiral Byrd returned to the United States and said,”the present expedition has opened up a vast new land.” (which he later referred to as an “enchanting continent in the sky.”)  He reported how sea water changed to fresh water nearer the Pole opening and the waters became warmer and more tropical. He believed the opening to the Poles was convex versus concave, whereby ships or planes could accidentally float or fly into the opening.

These explorations were divulged on the radio at that time, having world-wide significance. Although millions of people heard the announcements and press releases, the U.S. Government decided to strictly censor the information and prevent its circulation. No additional details were given and the reports of Rear Admiral Byrd were forgotten—well, almost.

A more sinister version of the story is that Byrd had an altercation with Nazi forces that MAP of Inner Earthoverpowered them with their strange “flying machines.” It was said that the Nazis had gotten to the North Pole first and had already established a base there after reverse engineering alien spacecraft which had crash-landed in Germany. The Germans claimed to have also encountered human beings inside the Earth that were what Hitler would come to call “Aryan,” in nature or “the Master Race,” something he would later attempt to emulate in the Third Reich. A video has recently surfaced which shows a 1944 map from the Third Reich detailing not only the direct passageway used by German U-boats to access this subterranean domain, but also a complete map of both hemispheres of the inner realm of Agharta.

Later in 1959, the Antarctic Treaty was signed by 12 nations that protects Antarctica and any foreign intelligence that occupies this area. The area on the mainland between 90 degrees west and 150 degrees west, combined with the interior of the Norwegian Sector is the only major land on Earth not claimed by any country. This, in itself, is interesting.  Why would so many countries be so concerned over what appears to be a vast icy wasteland? The Treaty states:

Article 1 – The area is to be used for peaceful purposes only; military activity, such as weapons testing, is prohibited but military personnel and equipment may be used for scientific research or any other peaceful purpose;
Article 2 – Freedom of scientific investigations and cooperation shall continue;
Article 3 – Free exchange of information and personnel in cooperation with the United Nations and other international agencies;
Article 4 – The treaty does not recognize, dispute, nor establish territorial sovereignty claims; no new claims shall be asserted while the treaty is in force;
Article 5 – The treaty prohibits nuclear explosions or disposal of radioactive wastes.

The hollow Earth story is fascinating—especially since I met someone back in 1971 who allegedly claimed to have come from “Inner Earth.” It’s a bit of a bizarre story. I was a college undergraduate at the time, when a friend introduced me to a young 20-something-year-old, blue-eyed, blond-haired, tall man named “R.J.” while walking through Downtown Chicago’s Grant Park.

R.J. was very relaxed, found everything most curious and interesting, and seemed quite friendly. I asked him where he was from, to which he slowly replied, “You’ve probably never heard of it.” Upon further questioning, he told me his mother had been born in Inner Earth, as had he, and that he was just visiting after meeting relatives in Arizona for the first time. My first instinct, like most everyone else’s, was to wonder if he was either on some serious drugs or was pulling my leg. He seemed sincere and dead serious. At that point in time, I had never heard of Inner Earth, vaguely knew of Admiral Byrd’s expeditions, and this was the pre-internet age before one could quickly go look up such things.

My friend, who was with R.J., nodded that he was for real. I played along and asked R.J. what his Inner Earth was like. He related that people all got along with each other, that it was beautiful, clean and verdant, more heart-centered and spiritual in nature, and there was a sky and sun just like on outer Earth.

I just had to ask him what airline flew him here? He smiled patiently, told me there were entry and exit points in outer Earth, and some day I would know and understand about his world. Was it some type of prophesy? Frankly, I didn’t know what to make of it until years later when I came across information on this very subject.

Plato wrote of enormous subterranean tunnels both broad and narrow that made up the earth’s interior. Dr. Edmond Halley, of comet fame, believed that all heavenly bodies were hollow and in a speech before the members of the Royal Society of London stated that beneath the crust of the Earth, which is 500 feet thick, is a hollow void.

Leonhard Euler (1707-1783), a noted mathematician and one of the founders of higher mathematics, stated that mathematically the Earth has to be hollow. He also believed there was a center sun inside the Earth’s interior, which provided daylight to a splendid subterranean civilization.

The Hollow Earth was also theorized by William Reed in his 1906 book The Phantom of The Poles. Based on his studies of early Arctic explorations and scientific evidence, he wrote that the Earth is not solid as widely believed, but hollow with openings at both ends. In the summary of his revolutionary theory, Reed states: “The Earth is hollow. The Poles, so long sought, are phantoms. There are openings at the northern and southern extremities. In the interior are vast continents, oceans, mountains and rivers. Vegetable and animal life are evident in this New World and it is probably peopled by races unknown to dwellers on the Earth’s surface.”

4The Poles ARE magnetic phantoms. While airlines may claim they “fly over the Poles” to cut flying distance time, they actually fly around the rim of the Poles, avoiding the opening.  If they actually flew over the Pole area, which is a restricted no-fly zone (ask any pilot), their compass instrumentation would become so unstable as to render the plane dangerously inoperable.

In fact, according to the author of Deep Black – Space Espionage and National Security by William Burrows (my former NYU Journalism professor), the very first Polar orbiting satellites that the United States attempted to launch fell out of orbit over the Poles and crashed due to the unanticipated gravity pull.

It’s important to remember that all these hollow earth theories by past scientists, philosophers, and mathematicians were written long before Admiral Byrd made his discoveries. While the concept that the Earth may have an interior sun sounds beyond imaginable, there are some findings that may support this concept. Polar explorers speak of a phenomenon they called a ‘mirage’ where the sun would appear in the sky at locations that they could not explain.

This so-called ‘mirage’ would look very red and ‘brazen’ in color. What makes this most curious is the fact that these explorers were extremely adept at telling their location from the layout of the stars and the position of the sun.

The further these explorers would proceed north, the more erratic their passage north would become, until finally they would be forced to turn backwards until they regained their bearings. This confusion can be easily explained by the unexpected curvature of the earth they encountered as they approached nearer the opening into the inside of the earth. The phenomenon they titled a ‘mirage’ was actually the sighting of the inner sun rising over the horizon of the inner earth opening.

An October 2015, a news article reported that NASA had picked up radio signals coming fromnasa-earth-signal inside the earth that were “mathematical codes” of a complex nature. While there were those who immediately claimed it was signals from an alien civilization, there might be a more scientific answer if the Earth is indeed hollow.

The curvature of a hollow planet would be such that radio waves could bounce around it almost ad infinitum until they lost their strength. The fact that the time delays of these radio signals varied so much seem to suggest that these waves were bouncing around inside a hollow cavity.

This could only happen if the Earth’s crust contains one or more gigantic holes in it. A signal could enter via the North or South Polar holes. Exiting from the Polar holes would be extremely difficult since they cover only a small fraction of the Earth’s surface area. Some radio waves may move around the outside of the Earth, while some may go inside then later emerge. All manner of variations could result from radio waves bouncing around the outside and inside of a hollow planet.

It has been said that Tibetan monks know of openings into Inner Earth. Other writers have proposed that Ascended Masters of esoteric wisdom inhabit subterranean caverns. Some of the locations believed to be entrances to another world inside the Earth are accessible in Antarctica, the North Pole, Tibet, the Himalayan Mountains, Peru, Bolivia, the Andes Mountains; Rocky Mountains in Colorado; Mount Shasta and Mount Whitney in California; Grand Tetons in Wyoming; the Secret Valley near Tucson, Arizona, Mount Fuji, Japan and the Pyrenees Mountains along the border of France and Spain. But, of course, none of these points can be verified.

I recall that R.J. said he arrived in Arizona after departing from his home in Inner Earth. Whether he came through the Secret Valley near Tucson (as suggested above as an entry point), I will never know. I regret not having asked him more questions about the mysteries of the world he claims he originated from. It will forever have me wondering…

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Dr. Kathy Forti is a clinical psychologist, inventor of the Trinfinity8 technology, and author of the book, Fractals of God

Why Talking to Yourself is a Good Thing

talk-to-yourslefIf  one was stranded alone on a desert island, like Tom Hanks’ character was in The Castaway, talking to yourself is understandably a good thing to do to relieve loneliness and stave off the insanity of prolonged isolation.

But what if you talk to yourself when other people ARE around? What does it say about you? That you’re crazy? Surprisingly not. As it turns out, not only do the smartest people on earth talk to themselves, but doing so is a sign of GENIUS.

Albert Einstein used to softly repeat sentences to himself. He believed it made his brain work moire efficiently and he was right. Now science is catching up to explain this curious phenomenon.

In a study published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, psychologists Daniel Swigley and Gary Lupyah conducted an experiment where 20 people were given the name of an object (like a box of cereal or an orange), then were told to locate the object in the supermarket.

The participants had to be silent during the first object hunt, then the experiment was repeated where they were instructed to say the name of the object aloud as they searched for it. The participants found the object easily when they spoke to themselves throughout the search. Swigley and Lupyah hypothesized that saying the object out loud lights up the brain and serves to better consolidate memory. Perhaps this is why we often talk ourselves through finding lost keys or cell phones.

I often talk to myself when I’m working through a problem or trying to fix something. So does my officegirl talks to self.jpg.653x0_q80_crop-smart manager. I give myself pep talks and even congratulate myself when I solve a complex problem—like getting the printer or computer to work. It’s called “self talk.”

Talking to yourself not only keeps one focused on the task at hand, but it helps to clarify your thoughts and allow inspiration to come through to accomplish your goals. We learn this ability in childhood. Children often talk to themselves when learning something new—like how to put the toy they’ve taken apart back together again. It helps them remember for future recall as well as make sense of how the mechanics of the world works.

Greater problem solving is not the only benefit of talking to yourself. Scientists and psychologists agree it also relieves anxiety and stress. According to a study conducted by Columbia University psychologist, Dr. Ethan Kross, people who speak to themselves in the third person are more likely to have less anxiety, give better speeches and presentations, complete tasks with higher performance results, communicate more effectively, and maintain a deeper sense of self-advocacy than those who use the first person ‘I.’ They are also more successful.

frog-talking-to-selfSo instead of saying to yourself, “I am so stupid,” instead say, “Kathy, that was not a very smart thing to do.” Talking to yourself in the third person actually makes you smarter, more imaginative, and more confident. This is because using your name removes you from all of the emotional intensity that you subconsciously associate with yourself in the first person ‘I.’ Speaking in the third person lights up the brain’s cerebral cortex, which is the outer layer of neural tissue linked to memory, perception, awareness, thought, language, and consciousness.

Now, you’re probably wondering about all those people who are walking the streets talking to themselves who clearly have mental health issues. The difference between a thought disorder and healthy self-talk is that the former do it excessively coupled with delusional and hallucinatory thoughts they believe aren’t their own. Oftentimes there is paranoid behavior. So don’t worry that talking to yourself is harmful to your mental health. Think of it as your personal cheerleading team for a more successful life.

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Dr. Kathy Forti is a clinical psychologist, inventor of the Trinfinity8 technology, and author of the book, Fractals of God

Warning Signs for Choosing an Alternative Health Practitioner

energyforhealingI was a recent speaker and exhibitor at the Conscious Life Expo in Los Angeles which is attended by thousands of visitors annually searching for answers on such topics as health, the cosmos, spirituality, consciousness, and the strange and unexplainable.

There are times when I am aghast at some of the claims I hear made by well-meaning health professionals along with those just wanting to make a fast buck. There was even an exhibitor giving away free toxic blue cotton candy (spun right on-site) to attract buyers to their health scan booth—like some dentist doling out candy in his waiting room. And, believe it or not, the people were eating up that free blue sugar like it was manna from heaven.

A little common sense usually tells us who to take seriously and who to avoid when it comes to our health, but sometimes we can be hoodwinked because we want to believe.

Below are some good warning signs to keep in mind when choosing an alternative health practitioner or healing energy worker:

  1. Keep on walking if they tell you they can CURE you or make healing promises. No doctor or energy practitioner can promise that a pill, supplement, surgery, quantum energy device, and/or any other medical treatment can cure you. To do so is irresponsible. They might give you possible success rates based on helping others with similar problems, but nothing works all the time for everyone. If that were the case, people would not be searching for alternatives. REMEMBER: ONLY YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF. Healing comes from within, not without. Healing oneself is part of our soul’s journey and happens only when a person is truly open and ready for change.
  2. Avoid those self-promoting what great healers they are. Ego trips are a sign of lack of true spiritual growth. Know the difference between someone saying their job is to help facilitate healing energy coming through them vs. someone claiming to have the power to actually heal you themselves.
  3. Avoid those who tell you that you have to act now or sign up for something before it’s too late. Pressure of any sort is a sign of a someone who doesn’t respect your right to reflect and decide. Deep down only you know what’s best for you, not them.
  4. Avoid those who tell you that you will need a lifetime of treatment, mostly expensive, from them.
  5. Avoid those who try to convince you that after working on you that you feel better, or your pain is less, when you don’t feel any different. While there is something to be said for the power of suggestion, if they are not listening to your feedback then they are not helping you.
  6. Avoid those who offer free trials to zap all your bacteria, pathogens, viruses, etc. by using your photograph placed in trays along with other people’s photos. While long-distance remote energy treatments are definitely viable, like prayer, no one-size fits all treatment should be done on multiple participants simultaneously. In fact, it’s downright dangerous. Bleed through can happen in the energetic field from one person to another. I’ve conducted my own experiments in this area, and know from first hand experience that energetic fields can overlap. I’ve seen incidents where the person suddenly started taking on mysterious symptoms from the person whose photo was either placed above or beneath theirs—even though they had no knowledge of who the other person was. This has led to taking on someone else’s emotional and physical symptoms—even sexual addictions and inclinations. Only one person at a time should be sent long distance energy and never use some generic detox protocol that could make them feel worse.
  7. Avoid those who prescribe countless pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, and/or vaccines as being totally necessary, despite the warning side effects. They should be encouraging exercise, proper nutrition, health education, and/or lifestyle changes to make a true difference.

Take responsibility for your own life and always remember to allow for healing. Don’t hand over the control reins to someone else or you may be driven down a path that is not in your best interests. Above all else, follow the guidance from your Higher Self and be discerning. Wisdom to know what to do is sure to follow.

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Dr. Kathy Forti is a clinical psychologist, inventor of the Trinfinity8 technology, and author of the book, Fractals of God