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There are spiritual mysteries connected with blood, you ask? Blood is the seat of being, and Christopher Vasey tells us why. The importance of bloodlines has been a part of western culture from time immemorial, but the way that blood itself connects body and soul is practically unknown. Christophere Vasey offers precious insights into this connection, and how to strengthen and maintain it in our lives.

Why are some people described as “hot-blooded” and others as “cold blooded”? What do we need to do to optimize the composition of our blood so that there can be the richest possible connection between our physical bodies and higher levels of being?

In this unique interview, Christopher takes us deep into one of the hidden foundations of spiritual growth and physical health. Remarkable and rare information!

Christopher Vasey’s website is ChristopherVasey.ch.

 

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  1. EXCELLENT and informative
    EXCELLENT and informative interview…..THANK YOU.

    Edgar Cayce had much to say about diet as well.
    http://www.edgarcayce.org/are/holistic_health/data/thdiet2.html

    Note: Edgar Cayce stated that even the most nutritious foods can turn to poison in the system if eaten while a person is in a negative frame of mind. Never eat when angry, worried or extremely tired.

    http://www.choosing-natural-health.com/cayce-diet.html
    Cayce added that not eating local food was the root cause of allergies! When I first heard that, it made perfect sense – what better way to cope with environmental factors than to eat the food grown in that environment? Unfortunately for many today, it can be almost impossible to do, unless we raise the food ourselves.

  2. Very interesting show. His
    Very interesting show. His suggestion about eating locally (or regionally) grown foods reminded me of macrobiotics. My own pescetarian diet is similar to a macrobiotic diet (but not as strict).

    Mark

  3. where the HELL is the
    where the HELL is the login!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. The material on the role of
    The material on the role of diet in health was interesting. Some health issues of my own have eased since I cut down on red meat, processed food and sugar, and began emphasizing what a healer friend calls “live” foods. No doubt I would do even better if I could eliminate or nearly eliminate them, as Anne and Whitley have done. My husband doesn’t like as many vegetables as I do…

    I suspect the mediation point between the physical body and the spirit/soul is located in the brain, not the blood. No one knows for sure, and maybe he’s correct. But I’d put my money on Roger Penrose and his microtubules being closer to the truth. (Though Penrose is an atheist and presumably a scientific materialist.)

    The guest seriously misrepresents the contents of the Bible. Nowhere in the canonical Gospels is it recorded anyone collecting Jesus’ blood at the Crucifixion! The closest would be John 19:34, which describes a soldier piercing Jesus’s side with a spear, and a flow of water and blood coming out. *No mention* of the flow being collected. Nor is such an incident described to my knowledge in the Apocrypha or the writings of the Church Fathers. The conflation of Celtic grail legend with the chalice of the Last Supper is a medieval development, and is very probably non-historical and definitely non-Biblical.

  5. we have all been here, there!
    we have all been here, there! we are all rich! we know! I guess ‘tommorow never knows’ by the Beatles sums it up!

  6. Bloody good interview! Makes
    Bloody good interview! Makes a whole lot of sense in connection between The Family Blood Ties. Mixing of the ‘Bloods’ during birth in the early past, was considered a very taboo act within The Family Tribe and was frowned upon by the broader Communities. Punishment was crude. Could it mean? Mixing and blending our bloods together during conception, birth, has perhaps created ‘Bad Blood’ and ‘Bad Health’ between The Blood ties which bind families together?

    With Blood transfusions certain types of blood groups can’t be mixed with other types.

    From which vine does ‘one’ get sustenance, where many bloods are flowing in one?

  7. outstanding, informative
    outstanding, informative interview. The vitality of food, the regional aspects of food and the benefit of eating locally makes so much sense, when you consider that from a physiological perspective. I loved this interview. Whitley and Anne, thank you. Thank you. Blessings to you and Anne.

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