Host: So, how you doing everyone? Good? Yeah?
Someone’s tired, tired. So we’re going to go into the Q & A section
for the Master trainers and we’ve got about 7 questions to go through. We need to keep
this fairly short otherwise it could drift on to the early hours of the morning.
So first question is: patients who’ve leukemia or myelomatosis producing more cancer cells,
immature cells when we work with them? Are there any experiences that these clients ever
get well after some treatment? (Inaudible from the audience)
Yeah, so patients who’ve leukemia or myelomatosis and this is producing more cancer cells or
immature cells when we work with them and this says in paraphrase are there any experiences
that these clients ever get well after some treatment?
Who ask this question? Ok, yeah. Ok. Panelist 1: Yes, lots and we have to remember
that this is second phase. This is in the regeneration so sometimes when I’m working
with clients we’ll see the cells actually building up even more. But that’s for us
to keep the clients safe and say that the cells are building up more and they may have
a healing peak in the middle. (Laughs) And then the part B is when they all start to
recede again. But not be afraid that the cells are multiplying even faster which can happen
when we’re working on them. And if we work too quickly, then we’re pushing them too
fast. And we have to be aware of their vitality and what diets they’re on and who their
support network is and I’ve also worked with osteoporosis clients that have gone into
leukemia. And so we have to be aware how to handle clients and guide them and take that
fear away. But I’ve worked with about 25 clients now that have healed themselves and
I’ll reiterate that ‘healed themselves’ does that answer, Oh, sorry.
Anton Bader: Thank you (speaks German) Translator: It’s correct that leukemia appears
in the second phase, and the second phase is the energy consuming process. And if it
takes too long time to rebuild cells that came with the oxygen and are not energetic
enough hen I might die, the person can die. And most of the clients come from traditional
medicine so they are still full of fear. Panelist 3: Just wondering what role does
nutrition play? Translator: Nutrition is important.
(Laughter) Panelist 4: One thing I would like to say
what usually also complicates this is that people with leukemia often are in a school
medicine treatment program and that really makes it really, really difficult and challenging
to work with these types of clients so you just have to take each client for themselves.
Talk to your trainer, talk to your master trainer, talk to your colleagues and we all
have to work together to solve these problems. Dr. Kwesi: Traditional medicine?
Panelist 4: It’s not traditional, modern medicine.
Dr. Kwesi: Modern medicine, yes Ok, yes, the medicine trained at universities
Host: Chris, can we have a mike for the audience, thanks?
Panelist 5: Another thing to remember is this patient who has leukemia in particular comes
from a conflict base extremely deep, deep, deep self devaluation. Because this is the
deepest possible in the bone. So when in our experience with a few of the clients, if its,
if this conflict of self devaluation is not worked completely, it is possible to have
the patient go in remission because they would have a lot of triggers in their environment,
in their life, people who they meet which can either prolong the process very much and
the patient goes on and off, so this is very, very important to work with and coach them
for their self esteem and really discover what trigger that deep, deep self devaluation.
(Laughter) Anton Bader: (speaks German)
Translator: What I’m going to say is very, very important, a client who’s got such
a process needs daily assistance, daily support. Anton is a very altruistic medical doctor
to enter the university; he had such a client (Laughter) he had such a client and everyday
after he finish his work…..