A message from Kae Thompson-Liu...
In 1977 I was diagnosed with major medical problems only to find that I was
not given many choices aside from a variety of pills and surgeries. I was
young, inexperienced and came from a background of knowing only traditionally
medical avenues. By 1979, after dealing with those pills and surgeries, I
was still suffering and could see no relief in sight. Frustration became my
motivation as I found my way back to health via natural therapies.
Even as I spent a number of years doing traditional jobs, focusing on making
money, paying bills and being a single Mom, I enjoyed an ongoing interest in
naturopathy. Devoting a great deal of time to research and education,
eventually, I became a naturopath. After all, I had received the gift of my
health and I needed to give the gift in return.
Then came more education! As I dealt with client after client, I noticed that
people had difficulty getting well because they had difficulty knowing
exactly what was wrong. They could benefit from traditional medical tests
which were extremely expensive, but these were not readily available to those
of limited financial means or those without insurance. In addition, some of
the side effects of the more invasive tests were debilitating to a person
already in a weakened state. Finally, most medical testing was
focus-specific. In other words, the cardiovascular system was assessed with
one test, but a parallel evaluation of the digestive system would require a
whole new round of tests. Valuable time lost, while the source of the
problem remained hidden in a seemingly unrelated area of the body.
My research and intuition told me that sound frequency was the answer. Our
planet literally functions through sound frequency. Traditions of sound
healing and music therapy span centuries and cultures. Every organ and
system in the human body has its own seemingly silent frequency. In fact,
every emotion and feeling also has a specific frequency. It is through these
frequencies that our organs and cells communicate.
I invite you to join us!
Warm regards, Kae Thompson-Liu
Food For Thought
There is no doubt that "sound" is transformative. Tibetan and Gregorian
Chants, Hindu Oujas, mantras and Oms... prayers that are spoken or sung...
and the springtime song of a robin, are only a few of many examples that are
testimony to the powerful effects of sound.