Quantum Healing in Chicago, IL

Quantum Healing as an Alternative Healing Method in Chicago, IL

Quantum healing considers the comprehensive treatment of your mind and body, as opposed to simply treating your symptoms on a superficial level. This holistic alternative healing method centers on utilizing the network of intelligence inside your body to help you recover from illnesses and diseases.

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Modern healthcare presents many challenges that quantum healing is positioned to address. In this weekly mini-series, we explore some of the ways that quantum healing is helping to address our patient’s health concerns from a physical and mental aspect. Each week, we’ll be updating this page with the next part of our series. But first, let’s discuss exactly what quantum healing is and how it can benefit you. 

What is Quantum Healing?

Quantum healing takes inspiration from the teachings of Ayurveda, neuroscience, and  quantum physics. For instance, some theories of quantum physics that imply everything on earth emits energy and specific vibrations are directly applied during the Quantum Healing process. Other theories in quantum physics such as the belief that our thoughts can affect physical objects also come into play during this alternative healing technique.

This unconventional healing strategy focuses on connecting you to your higher self and uses energy to help you tune into everything that is happening in your subconscious mind that may be affecting your health in the present day so you can recover from your illnesses.The Quantum Healing process further entails that you can only recover from an illness if you truly want to recover and you set the intention for it.

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What Does Quantum Healing Mean?

Quantum healing centers around the notion that trauma from your past life may develop into sicknesses in your present state. Through getting in touch with your subconscious state via hypnosis, you can start healing this trauma—so you experience a noticeable improvement in your health.

Though this technique does not follow conventional Western medical techniques, many individuals who get this therapy done, state it is effective and has helped them on their journey to recovery.

How Do You Do Quantum Healing?

Quantum Healing focuses on helping your body recover by taking the origins of consciousness into consideration. By connecting you to your higher self and Source, you can evolve, understand your true nature, and gain the power you need to fight off your illnesses. Quantum Healing is especially helpful if you have tried other mainstream treatments and therapies and find that nothing seems to be working for you.

When done correctly and when paired with other holistic alternative therapies, Quantum Healing can help you in your journey to better health.

Start Your Healing Journey Today Through Quantum Healing in Chicago Illinois

The viability of Quantum Healing shows us that conventional medicine isn’t the only way to tackle your sicknesses. If you’re looking for a new way to treat your body holistically and comprehensively, there are other options available.Get in touch with us at GIOSTAR of Chicago today to learn more about our alternative therapies—such as stem cell therapy and IV therapies— and how they can help you recover from your illnesses.

GIOSTAR Chicago: Podcast - Shelly, Motherella, Walker - 2021/09/05

[00:02:21] Shelly: Absolutely; can you  just introduce yourself to the audience?

[00:02:31] Motherella: I’m known as Dr. Motherella; I’ve operated as “Motherella” since 2006. I have Master’s in Science, I’m a board certified nurse midwife, and then I have 3 doctorates:

  • Doctor of Natural Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Natural Health and Holistic Nutrition
  • Natural Orthopathic Doctor (this is not the same as a naturopath – this is a doctor to remove the root cause of the disease).

There’s a massive spiritual component to my studies throughout the years that I was studying with these PhDs.

[00:03:34] Motherella: So one’s a doctor of the philosophy of natural health. Once in the doctor, philosophy of holistic nutrition, then you have the natural ortho pathic side combined with my 45 years of channeling psychically.

You combine all that, and it creates a different style of practice.

[00:04:06] Motherella: I walked away from a successful private practice. I’ve been a professor at two different universities, teaching health and science to putting nurses out into the world. I was a nurse myself and slowly expanded my studies.

[00:04:] Motherella: I walked away in Illinois. I cannot deal with the big pharma and restrictions and push for monetary gain. I had to walk away. So I walked away in 2014, with the hopes of never returning and I never have.

[00:04:47] Shelly: Beautiful! And you’re making so many changes in everybody’s life that comes to you. So that’s incredible. Thank you.

[00:04:54] Walker: My accolades are not nearly as impressive. I’ve been a certified personal trainer for almost 16 years. In the time that I was doing personal training, I was following all the rules of what they told me – the protocols that you use for each individual. If an individual wants strength, power, size, weight loss, body fat, whatever.

[00:04:30] Walker: What I found was, when I first got my certification, is that people don’t operate under a regimented system of how cells are supposed to respond to things. Everyone has a unique individual blueprint. I started to study Dr. William Sheldon, who talked about somatotyping and how the body is unique in itself and how energy – as far as a representation of the soul path -which is kind of like Socrates tripartite soul, which was saying that whatever someone essentially dwells on and experiences it can actually shift or change how their body responds to its environment.

[00:06:16] Walker: And so I was basically “experimenting” safely with people while I was doing training, and modifying things that were outside of the normal regimen of personal training. A lot of it had to do with, “a client comes in and is doing all the things ‘right,’ but not seeing results.”

[00:06:44] Walker: Or even, seeing results, and then I would show them the “before” and “after” pictures and they would say, “oh, I don’t see that big of a difference.”  So I got really big Psycho-Cybernetics or “brain steering,” figuring out that so much of what a person is seeing as their self-image is not necessarily the truth of what’s being projected to everyone else around them.

[00:07:06] Walker: So I got more into a deeper outlook or psychological experience of, why people do the things they do or why these behaviors start to take place.

As I was doing that, I became a certified Reiki master, really playing with energy within the healing modalities, but also within physical training, heating up the cells of the body and heating up the fat cells and actually creating quite a unique experience for individuals who say, “I’m not eating, I’m barely doing anything and I’m just drenched in sweat.”

[00:07:42] Walker: So from melding those two things together, really looking beyond the physical actual symptoms of what someone looks as being a symptom of their own belief system. I started to really delve deep into the psychological component of who actually someone thinks that they are.

[00:08:08] Walker: And, and that’s where all of my self-healing came from – to heal my own traumatic past, own abuse, my own things. So everything that I do, I didn’t learn in a book.

I had to cultivate and pioneer my own way of doing things with “metaphysical fitness,” so to speak, in that type of moving past this physical realm that people  say, “I want to change my physical appearance,” versus asking, “what’s all the data and information that’s put together in this piece that makes you who you are?”

[00:08:42] Walker: A lot of people don’t think that, because they’re locked into gene theory.

[00:08:47] Shelly: And they don’t recognize this. People don’t really understand how your DNA and your neural pathways can be altered by your behavior – belief systems from when you were a young child that your parents taught you.

[00:09:08] Shelly: It’s so incredible: if people would open their eyes and ears to actually healing th at “inner child,” take a step back and be humble, and lose that sense of control, it’s a game changer in my opinion.

So I really respect what you both do; I can’t say enough good words about it.

[00:09:32] Motherella: Thank you so much for the love and support. We’ve been on this mission individually for many, many years. We have a combined experience of over 30 years. And now that we’re aligned (hashtag power couple), we are finally in our soul mission to do this work for the masses.

[00:09:58] Walker: It takes a tremendous amount of communication. It’s easy to communicate the things that one’s comfortable with. It’s really difficult to have those hard conversations because the hard conversations of the insecurity is there, or the things that I think might play out based off my old experiences. Having those conversations and saying, “this is how I feel.”

[00:10:58] Walker: I talk to my clients and I say, “do you choose your emotions?”

[00:11:01] Walker: They say, “of course.” And I said, “so if you control your emotions, wouldn’t you just choose to be happy all the time?”

[00:11:12] Walker: And they say, “well, I make myself happy.” I said, “you do not make yourself happy. That is a distraction from the actual emotion that is playing on an insecurity that you don’t want to look at.”

So when it comes to communication, being able to have that clear communication of authenticity. This really yields actual, true communication in that space of, “okay, how vulnerable can I be?”

[00:11:32] Walker: What parts of this ego-built drive can I release and let go, to find my real true self?

[00:11:45] Motherella: I’d like your audience to know that we’re raw and authentic when it comes to our work that we’ve done on ourselves. We hold nothing back. I’m very vocal on my downtimes, not just my uptimes.

[00:11:00] Motherella: I don’t hide behind social media photos when I’m having a bad day. I utilize that and present it in a way that resonates with people. So I want your audience to know we’ve put ourselves through some really bad experiences through our own healing. We had to go down before coming up.

[00:12:20] Walker: I wouldn’t label them as “bad,” more like they’re extremely uncomfortable.

[00:12:32] Motherella: For me, it was really some bad moments where I’ve hit rock bottom so bad, where I had thoughts of leaving this earth. Once you hear that voice of higher self and that light comes through of that awakening – there’s no feeling strong enough to describe that emotional empowerment you get when you connect solely with yourself.

[00:13:00] Shelly: Absolutely. And I think it’s important for people to see that authenticity – that it’s just not smooth sailing; it takes a lot of work. It takes a lot of inner strength and ability to be raw and exposed, and to be able to show your insecurities.

[00:13:24] Walker: Absolutely. Someone says, “that sounds awful, what’s the benefit of that?” The benefit is reliving a script that was taught into oneself at an early age, that dictates how the world works.  That’s the very piece that they’re most afraid of, that has the best parts of them. When it’s healed and brought back to them, that new learned experience, as you said you’ve had, there’s no longer a need for the voices anymore – those little voices saying “you should be doing this. You should be doing that,” beating you up or bringing you down.

The ego system is designed us as a security system. It, it doesn’t want to look at insecurities.

[00:14:37] Walker: Looking at an insecurity doesn’t bring security to the ego system or to that, that personality, the personal reality, that one is experienced. It doesn’t want to look at that because this considers it safe, well safe. Isn’t freedom, security. It’s a false sense of security because it locks someone into creating those same experiences, or creating a need for the attraction factor of those same experiences moving in. And that little voice is just there to talk. If you do it damned if you do damned, if you don’t right.

[00:15:23] Walker: It’s a voice that is creating those pathways, how the DNA reads that energy to keep perpetuating that this rail system and the personality. And it just repeats itself, energetically and magnetically.

[00:15:42] Motherella: That’s the part of the brain they call “the ego”, the nagging voice. I actually wrote that in my book.

[00:15:52] Walker: And it begins to quiet down when those insecurities are looked at, when there is a new learned experience, overwritten over that old memory. A lot of people don’t understand how much of their life is automatically based off their childhood; how they pattern themselves is how they pattern themselves with their parents are the authority figure or a teacher.

[00:16:16] Walker: A teacher told them something that we don’t know as absolute truth, but it’s considered to be our belief system, but it’s not; it’s just a belief system that we didn’t really “opt out of.”

[00:16:30] Shelly: Absolutely. Is there anything in either one of your lives that was a real game changer and helped you reach your soul path? Is there one particular story or anything you wanted to share with the audience?

[00:16:52] Motherella: I have many; I don’t know where to begin. My soul path started at six, when I met my sister who had passed. I knew nothing about her. She came to me in the physical. I presented that information to my family, who then thought I was “the devil.”

[00:17:15] Motherella: I cannot forget the face my mother made when I told her that my sister Lisa came to me, and told me she died of suffocation. My mother had delivered a stillborn, in the womb, who was alive up until the day of delivery. So there were actually heartbeats up until the moment of delivery.

[00:17:42] Motherella: So she died in the womb on the way out. And so my sister had told me that at a very young age, I was well-spoken at six because I had been reading books since I was three. So I knew how to communicate it, but I didn’t know what it meant. So that is truly what started me on this higher mission as everything I do.

[00:18:04] Motherella: It all came full circle: I was a psychic medium first. And then I went into schooling to bring life into the world as an OB GYN practitioner midwife. And then now after that, I started doing my psychic mediumship business at the same time, helping people connect with those upon death as medium. And now I teach people how to live vitality whole through their guidance, through channeling through from the innate quantum frequency and vibration of living your best authentic life. So it came full circle style.

[00:18:51 Shelly: You really analyzed every single path and segment in life – whether it was your birth, with delivery, being a midwife, all the way to death and then full circle.

[00:19:06] Motherella: I truly believe spirit was preparing me for what I’m doing now. They were prepping me this whole time. You have to be resilient to do psychic mediumship work, because a lot of people will steer you off your path just based on opinion and judgment. But luckily, something I’ve always possessed and within my own soul is…I don’t listen to anything. I don’t listen to anybody, which is why I’m the “black sheep” of the family. I don’t follow anyone’s ideas of what they feel I should be doing. And so I do truly believe that spirit has led me to where I’m at now, after all these years.

[00:19:58] Shelly: That’s wonderful, because so many people today are conformists, and they do what they hear, or they listen to an authority figure, whether that is the government, their mother, or their father or their sibling, and they get thrown off track. I was exactly like that.

[00:20:19] Motherella: I was like that a little bit too, though. I was married twice, and when you’re in relationships, it’s very easy to get sucked into those conformity needs. Once you exit your home, because you end up with meeting new people and you go into the school system, college system relationships.

So I wasn’t like this the whole time. There are many hijacked situations for me throughout my life. Was I aware of them? Absolutely. Did I ignore it? Yes, I did. Because I thought, “hey, maybe this really, maybe I’m wrong. And maybe this is the way it’s supposed to be. Maybe I am supposed to follow society.” So there were periods of time that I did fall into that and entrapment, but it never felt real.

It felt very foreign to me. And it created a lot of havoc in my life. There was a lot of self-abuse during that time, because it was very confusing for me.

[00:21:25] Shelly: Yeah. It’s hard. I think it can also create a lot of anxiety within oneself as well. Maybe even depression?

[00:21:35] Walker: I think of anxiety in and of itself as a survival mentality off the rails. I think that’s part of the ego system to keep one safe is all about survival.

I don’t have all the answers for how someone is supposed to live their life, but I have a lot of the ways that one shouldn’t live their life. I’ve experienced very extreme traumatizing things. I actually was put to sleep at four spiritually; trauma in my life at four years old was too much.

A conformist; I was a complete total automaton. I followed whatever my father told me to do. I just wanted to be accepted. I wanted to find some sort of unconditional love and they’ll settle for whatever conditions they have to move through to get that love.

Whether that’s just being accepted in society, or being accepted as a person, or being accepted for whatever your preferences are, or whatever the person’s into. At 18 years old, I went into the military and after the military, I came out someone completely different.

So I have these different segments of almost “shape-shifting” throughout my life. Molding into whatever the situation, environment, person or establishment or agency needed me to be. I could be whatever that was. That’s really good acting, but it’s acting to the point of getting lost in the character that I forget.

In the military bootcamp I remember the drill instructor saying to me, “you volunteered for this. Nobody put a gun to your head.” Everything’s so chaotic. And the memories are all just kind of bundled all around. I feel like those are things that aren’t really needed for full recovery. However, I’ve recorded them. But I remember that statement. “You volunteered for this. Nobody put a gun to your head.”

And it wasn’t until the relationship I was in, the woman put an actual gun to my head and said, “you’re gonna marry me or I’m gonna blow your brains out.”

At that moment, everything flashed before my eyes. It was like, “this is as far as I’ve gone, this is as far as I’m going to get, this is what I’ve created.” I remember thinking too, I think this inner voice saying, “well, this is as far as you created your reality, and this is the end.”

This is it. And I remember wanting to say to them person, “do me a favor and pull the trigger. I have PTSD, just blow it out. Right?.” And something, something just said, “you have to live.” So I said, “okay, fine. I’ll get married.” Went through that whole process, it took me 30 days to escape. And I came full circle.

But by the time I came full circle and I actually said to myself, and I was saying to the little counselor there that was trying to assist me, I just suddenly snapped. And I said, “oh, this wasn’t this person’s fault. They did put the gun to my head and I’m doing this, I’m attracting this, I’m creating this.”

And the person was like, “well, that’s quite a breakthrough.” I said, “no, no, no!” They sat there and they were pretty proud of themselves, saying, “look what I did! look at this therapy.” And, and I just turned a full all the way around. Then I saw things that I didn’t like in my environment as being the “tells” of what I was doing.

That was the resistance to the life I wanted. That had to be the first time that when that popped on, suddenly everything in my world was an illusion. Everything was in this matrix-like reality and I delved into research 15 hours a day. I would stay up late. I couldn’t stop researching about this world that I just suddenly realized everything cracked.

The tell, or the programming, was “nobody put a gun to your head” until somebody literally physically put a gun to my head. It actually cracked that programming.

So that’s when I suddenly woke up. I’m in the process of writing a book about it to some degree; it’s going to be fictional. No one will believe it.

[00:26:28] Shelly: It’s going to be a best seller. That’s incredible, amazing journeys – both of you.

[00:26:38] Walker: If you could see us back then, we’re nothing like we are today. We’re walking testaments that it works. The very thing that we assist individuals in self-empowerment are the very things we’ve done on ourselves. When there’s that crack in reality and someone goes, “This is it’s too traumatic. It’s not working. The world that I thought was isn’t this.”

When that happens, they’re not going to go to someone who read it in a textbook, who’s been a career politician or a doctor or a nurse.

[00:22:55] Walker: They will go to people like us and have real stories in the trenches [00:23:00] that say, “yeah, I was almost dead four times in my life .”

[00:23:03] Shelly: Yeah. People want that authenticity. They know that the people, if the people have that are going through the whole situation and can tell their stories, they can relate to, it resonates with people. That’s incredible.

[00:27:35] Shelly: It resonates with people. Absolutely. So, a lot of people don’t really understand, “what is quantum healing?” It’s a term that’s thrown out there and people are fascinated by it. And there’s a lot of different studies.

There’s contradicting contradictory information online. So how would you go about kind of explaining it to somebody who really doesn’t have any knowledge or know-how?

[00:27:59] Walker: Simpler is better. That’s what we find is when we try to explain the mechanics to it.

[00:28:05] Motherella: here’s the simplest way I can explain quantum: it’s a vibration frequency that cannot be measured or studied from a scientific standpoint.

It is a complete and utter connection to your higher self and source, in which you have a sort of a firing in the brain as part of the foundation blueprint. It creates this energy and vibration and frequency out to the energetic galaxy, in order to live a life outside of the simulation within the stone.

That is the best way I can say it because I often teach the word “playing the quantum field.” So from a quantum standpoint, it’s becoming popular, Tesla’s work has been becoming popular, but in truth, this has been around for hundreds of years ago, thousands of years ago.

[00:29:16] Shelly: And when was it starting to be recognized?

[00:29:20] Motherella: You know, I think it’s been recognized since Tesla. But the problem is that anything outside of a monetary gain from a scientific backing – from what you’re programmed to believe is science – then it’s considered false. It’s considered “conspiracy.”

For me personally, I’m noticing that through the spiritual awakening that occurred starting in 2010, which people think just happened in the last few years, this has been ongoing since 2010 (at least in our reality).

I’ve been teaching the awakening for many, many years.  So quantum is a belief system based on vibration and frequency of higher self that connects with your highest soul origination.

And you’re able to live a vibrational life based on thought process, and this energetic frequency. But you’re constantly “vibing.” Our cells are firing every day in these vibration and frequency; it’s like a millisecond – not an hour a day or three or four hours a day or a week at a time.

It is literally within seconds. Every time I’m even talking is changing a vibration and frequency as I’m speaking.

[00:30:48] Shelly: Interesting. So how would you say people could really start to connect with their higher selves? How would they start that process? Most people would say, “that’s fascinating, but really how do I do it?”

[00:31:04] Walker: It’s really taken this new age approach,  since the late nineties up to this point. Now CEOs are looking for their employees to do meditation and stuff like that – all of this stuff about meditating, and manifesting, and “the secret.” The one thing “the secret” left out was, “you just think these thoughts and it happens.”

I always like to say that when you make an intention, pay attention to what shows up immediately after. Because being raised in a religious type of setting, when something doesn’t go one’s way, it’s like, “well, I guess God doesn’t want you to have that.” Which is true and false, meaning you don’t want you to have that, but you don’t know that you don’t want you to have that because something in the programming from childhood says you can’t have it.

So there’s a splitting there of that inner child. The first step is to pay attention to these intentions of these things that come forward. Because that manifestation that’s starting to grow is immediately met with that security, that ego security that says “no, no, no, no, ‘so-and-so’ wouldn’t like it!

“That would go against everything you’ve been taught. You can’t live that kind of life. No, that’s not right.”

All of these things that are these mythical beliefs that are essentially how the personality is created; a “personality” is one’s personal reality. It goes back to the entire thing of the gene theory. In order to make the theory of evolution work, you need a gene theory.

You need that adaptation to occur so that you can say, “it’s been millions and millions and millions and millions of years before this took place,” because then you can take consciousness out of it. And it’s all just a random “primordial soup.”

[00:33:12] Motherella : That whole plan was to take the conscious side of it.

[00:33:16] Walker: Because if you look at it from the gene therapy theory, if someone says, well, my father was an alcoholic boy, then you’re going to be an alcoholic because it’s in your genes.

That’s not true. The “addictive personality” is in there, which is a behavior. So then we go into epigenetics – genetics, meaning part of the DNA and epi, meaning its environment. The behavior is actually telling the DNA. How to translate the behaviors of the environment. Thus, the ego can come in and keep that person safe from harm because, don’t get me wrong, the ego is a necessary thing; it’s good collectively, so we don’t bump into walls. It’s spatial awareness: you jump off a cliff and you know that’s gonna not end in a good way. It gives us that awareness. But when it’s tied to the psyche and the psychological, which is built in these formative years from epigenetics, it’s the parents essentially.

The parents are going to tell the children the same thing they’ve been told, passed down the line. They think that’s “raising the child,” and that they have this ownership. And passing on whatever they’ve been told, but they can’t even stop for a second.

Cause they’re normally very, very stressed and all this other stuff, trying to live in survival. They can’t, for a second, go, “wait, my father told me that; where did my father learn that? Where did this belief come from?” Because as a being, we can opt out of anything.

Like, some snake oil salesman says, “did you know, if you eat nine Pez dispensers a day, you will lose 25 pounds in a month?” That’s ridiculous, but that belief? You can tell a child, “oh, those shoes? They’re called ‘cows.’” And then they go to school calling their shoes, cows, and kids make fun of them.

But that’s their belief system that has already been ingrained, because they didn’t know they could opt out. A child can’t.

[00:35:23] Motherella: here’s the easiest way to start for your audience members who might be in the confusion state: it starts with awareness. First awareness is the key to any quantum vibration and frequency. Because it starts with the awareness that you’re actually inquiring about it.

That is your soul speaking through this awareness to say, “I want to know more. I want you to wake up and learn more with me.” So it does truly start with awareness. Once you’ve asked the question to yourself and you put the intention out there to learn or to embark, you’re already there.

Now it’s the ones who repel it or say, “it’s fiction,” or “that’s not real. I’m a realist.” I wrote that in my book, and I didn’t care who I offended: “realists” versus “not realists.” And what is the difference? A realist does not have that “Christ consciousness;” they’ve lost. They see this world as reality, which means there is no awareness to even play the quantum or be in the vibration of quantum for the positive change. Again, that’s all in what Walker was explaining as part of the programming.

[00:36:41] Walker: we’re talking about consciousness as the Christ, not a physical person and crystally consciousness. It’s not religious in any capacity. We don’t teach anything like that.

Going back through the actual history books, they were never called Christ. The name was Yeshua. Ben Hur was never called Jesus Christ. That’s a name that’s put into a personification of a Messiah type of energy. That’s [00:33:00] purposely done by the Romans.

This is not religious in any capacity, because what we’re talking about is crystalline consciousness, heart-based consciousness that comes from a space of oneness.

We’re seeing that the agenda of conformity comes from a space of law of oneness. Everybody’s got to be in one, everybody’s got to be in lock step and be 1, 1, 1. The heart-based consciousness comes from a space of God. The law of one means that I’m connected to everyone around me, that everyone around me is a part of me, just like we’re a part of the earth and the physical body.

So their desire to do something of their own free will is none of my business. And I should support them in doing it as long as they’re not taking away the free will of others. That’s what we talk about “heart-based consciousness;” that we’re actually united in our differences, and much stronger than trying to conform others to some sort of agenda or [00:34:00] one God or one word.

[00:34:01] Walker: But there are a lot of teachers out there that teach you the exact opposite of self – spiritual self projection for themselves. If they have some sort of guruship, they have kept students off from actually raising to their own self-empowerment. With that guruship, there a sense of “oh, there’s a higher authority or there’s a higher being.”

No, it all comes down to, “how clearly can we see one another as one outside of our programming?”

[00:38:46] Shelly: Absolutely. And I think there’s also this component after awareness that there’s a conflict in one’s mind sometimes with their old belief system and what they understand reality to really be. And so that disconnect can create a lot of conflict or turmoil.

[00:39:05] Walker: And isn’t it beautiful. Like you said, that inner chaos is actually the judgment of two energies of duality: the masculine and the feminine energy (male and female masculine and feminine, masculine as electric and feminine as magnetic). We are bioelectromagnetic beings. And when we’ve been cut off to fight between a dualistic thing, we can’t see the interweaving.

 “Is it affecting me? Are they affecting my free will?”

So with that conflict that is occurring, isn’t it beautiful to have that awareness and say, “well, those old thoughts continue to give me this reality.

 “So these thoughts, how really have they served me?”

Then there’s that ego that says if you go in this way, everything goes to “hell in a hand basket, within two thoughts, right? It’s like, “this and then this, and then hope we’re not homeless and hope this isn’t going to happen.” There’s no money. It’s that conflict. That’s suddenly keeping all of those beliefs in an enclosed source system. But it’s sourcing that information until there’s some sort of conflict.

It can’t see something outside of it. Otherwise everything’s inclusive and exclusive’s everything else.

[00:27:35] Shelly: It resonates with people. Absolutely. So, a lot of people don’t really understand, “what is quantum healing?” It’s a term that’s thrown out there and people are fascinated by it. And there’s a lot of different studies.

There’s contradicting contradictory information online. So how would you go about kind of explaining it to somebody who really doesn’t have any knowledge or know-how?

[00:27:59] Walker: Simpler is better. That’s what we find is when we try to explain the mechanics to it.

[00:28:05] Motherella: here’s the simplest way I can explain quantum: it’s a vibration frequency that cannot be measured or studied from a scientific standpoint.

It is a complete and utter connection to your higher self and source, in which you have a sort of a firing in the brain as part of the foundation blueprint. It creates this energy and vibration and frequency out to the energetic galaxy, in order to live a life outside of the simulation within the stone.

That is the best way I can say it because I often teach the word “playing the quantum field.” So from a quantum standpoint, it’s becoming popular, Tesla’s work has been becoming popular, but in truth, this has been around for hundreds of years ago, thousands of years ago.

[00:29:16] Shelly: And when was it starting to be recognized?

[00:29:20] Motherella: You know, I think it’s been recognized since Tesla. But the problem is that anything outside of a monetary gain from a scientific backing – from what you’re programmed to believe is science – then it’s considered false. It’s considered “conspiracy.”

For me personally, I’m noticing that through the spiritual awakening that occurred starting in 2010, which people think just happened in the last few years, this has been ongoing since 2010 (at least in our reality).

I’ve been teaching the awakening for many, many years.  So quantum is a belief system based on vibration and frequency of higher self that connects with your highest soul origination.

And you’re able to live a vibrational life based on thought process, and this energetic frequency. But you’re constantly “vibing.” Our cells are firing every day in these vibration and frequency; it’s like a millisecond – not an hour a day or three or four hours a day or a week at a time.

It is literally within seconds. Every time I’m even talking is changing a vibration and frequency as I’m speaking.

[00:30:48] Shelly: Interesting. So how would you say people could really start to connect with their higher selves? How would they start that process? Most people would say, “that’s fascinating, but really how do I do it?”

[00:31:04] Walker: It’s really taken this new age approach,  since the late nineties up to this point. Now CEOs are looking for their employees to do meditation and stuff like that – all of this stuff about meditating, and manifesting, and “the secret.” The one thing “the secret” left out was, “you just think these thoughts and it happens.”

I always like to say that when you make an intention, pay attention to what shows up immediately after. Because being raised in a religious type of setting, when something doesn’t go one’s way, it’s like, “well, I guess God doesn’t want you to have that.” Which is true and false, meaning you don’t want you to have that, but you don’t know that you don’t want you to have that because something in the programming from childhood says you can’t have it.

So there’s a splitting there of that inner child. The first step is to pay attention to these intentions of these things that come forward. Because that manifestation that’s starting to grow is immediately met with that security, that ego security that says “no, no, no, no, ‘so-and-so’ wouldn’t like it!

“That would go against everything you’ve been taught. You can’t live that kind of life. No, that’s not right.”

All of these things that are these mythical beliefs that are essentially how the personality is created; a “personality” is one’s personal reality. It goes back to the entire thing of the gene theory. In order to make the theory of evolution work, you need a gene theory.

You need that adaptation to occur so that you can say, “it’s been millions and millions and millions and millions of years before this took place,” because then you can take consciousness out of it. And it’s all just a random “primordial soup.”

[00:33:12] Motherella : That whole plan was to take the conscious side of it.

[00:33:16] Walker: Because if you look at it from the gene therapy theory, if someone says, well, my father was an alcoholic boy, then you’re going to be an alcoholic because it’s in your genes.

That’s not true. The “addictive personality” is in there, which is a behavior. So then we go into epigenetics – genetics, meaning part of the DNA and epi, meaning its environment. The behavior is actually telling the DNA. How to translate the behaviors of the environment. Thus, the ego can come in and keep that person safe from harm because, don’t get me wrong, the ego is a necessary thing; it’s good collectively, so we don’t bump into walls. It’s spatial awareness: you jump off a cliff and you know that’s gonna not end in a good way. It gives us that awareness. But when it’s tied to the psyche and the psychological, which is built in these formative years from epigenetics, it’s the parents essentially.

The parents are going to tell the children the same thing they’ve been told, passed down the line. They think that’s “raising the child,” and that they have this ownership. And passing on whatever they’ve been told, but they can’t even stop for a second.

Cause they’re normally very, very stressed and all this other stuff, trying to live in survival. They can’t, for a second, go, “wait, my father told me that; where did my father learn that? Where did this belief come from?” Because as a being, we can opt out of anything.

Like, some snake oil salesman says, “did you know, if you eat nine Pez dispensers a day, you will lose 25 pounds in a month?” That’s ridiculous, but that belief? You can tell a child, “oh, those shoes? They’re called ‘cows.’” And then they go to school calling their shoes, cows, and kids make fun of them.

But that’s their belief system that has already been ingrained, because they didn’t know they could opt out. A child can’t.

[00:35:23] Motherella: here’s the easiest way to start for your audience members who might be in the confusion state: it starts with awareness. First awareness is the key to any quantum vibration and frequency. Because it starts with the awareness that you’re actually inquiring about it.

That is your soul speaking through this awareness to say, “I want to know more. I want you to wake up and learn more with me.” So it does truly start with awareness. Once you’ve asked the question to yourself and you put the intention out there to learn or to embark, you’re already there.

Now it’s the ones who repel it or say, “it’s fiction,” or “that’s not real. I’m a realist.” I wrote that in my book, and I didn’t care who I offended: “realists” versus “not realists.” And what is the difference? A realist does not have that “Christ consciousness;” they’ve lost. They see this world as reality, which means there is no awareness to even play the quantum or be in the vibration of quantum for the positive change. Again, that’s all in what Walker was explaining as part of the programming.

[00:36:41] Walker: we’re talking about consciousness as the Christ, not a physical person and crystally consciousness. It’s not religious in any capacity. We don’t teach anything like that.

Going back through the actual history books, they were never called Christ. The name was Yeshua. Ben Hur was never called Jesus Christ. That’s a name that’s put into a personification of a Messiah type of energy. That’s [00:33:00] purposely done by the Romans.

This is not religious in any capacity, because what we’re talking about is crystalline consciousness, heart-based consciousness that comes from a space of oneness.

We’re seeing that the agenda of conformity comes from a space of law of oneness. Everybody’s got to be in one, everybody’s got to be in lock step and be 1, 1, 1. The heart-based consciousness comes from a space of God. The law of one means that I’m connected to everyone around me, that everyone around me is a part of me, just like we’re a part of the earth and the physical body.

So their desire to do something of their own free will is none of my business. And I should support them in doing it as long as they’re not taking away the free will of others. That’s what we talk about “heart-based consciousness;” that we’re actually united in our differences, and much stronger than trying to conform others to some sort of agenda or [00:34:00] one God or one word.

[00:34:01] Walker: But there are a lot of teachers out there that teach you the exact opposite of self – spiritual self projection for themselves. If they have some sort of guruship, they have kept students off from actually raising to their own self-empowerment. With that guruship, there a sense of “oh, there’s a higher authority or there’s a higher being.”

No, it all comes down to, “how clearly can we see one another as one outside of our programming?”

[00:38:46] Shelly: Absolutely. And I think there’s also this component after awareness that there’s a conflict in one’s mind sometimes with their old belief system and what they understand reality to really be. And so that disconnect can create a lot of conflict or turmoil.

[00:39:05] Walker: And isn’t it beautiful. Like you said, that inner chaos is actually the judgment of two energies of duality: the masculine and the feminine energy (male and female masculine and feminine, masculine as electric and feminine as magnetic). We are bioelectromagnetic beings. And when we’ve been cut off to fight between a dualistic thing, we can’t see the interweaving.

 “Is it affecting me? Are they affecting my free will?”

So with that conflict that is occurring, isn’t it beautiful to have that awareness and say, “well, those old thoughts continue to give me this reality.

 “So these thoughts, how really have they served me?”

Then there’s that ego that says if you go in this way, everything goes to “hell in a hand basket, within two thoughts, right? It’s like, “this and then this, and then hope we’re not homeless and hope this isn’t going to happen.” There’s no money. It’s that conflict. That’s suddenly keeping all of those beliefs in an enclosed source system. But it’s sourcing that information until there’s some sort of conflict.

It can’t see something outside of it. Otherwise everything’s inclusive and exclusive’s everything else.

[00:50:48] Shelly: Yeah, absolutely. And so I learned that from the very beginning when we talked, that you cannot push  anybody into that healing journey. I remember the day, Walker, when we had our first session, I asked you what I could do to heal my dad, and help him heal.

And you said, “there’s no way you can do that Shelly; he has to feel it within himself. He has to give up that control. He has to be authentic and want to do it. But I wanted to keep that control, in my role, as his daughter, to help him.

It was almost like I was trying to be his caretaker…

[00:51:35] Walker: …and vicariously heal through what you could do for him. If you could heal him, then maybe you could heal yourself and all of those issues and programming that came in. But what did I say? I said, “no; the best opportunity that you’d have for him to ever seek anything out is by you being the leader in your own self-healing.” People will sit up and look at you and say, “What are you doing? What’s different?”

[00:51:57] Shelly: And he saw that difference in me. I think it took a couple of months to just really see it, which is nothing. A couple months is nothing to change your tune.

So I would really tell those listeners out there that it’s so important. If you’re going to come to Walker or Motherella, you have to come with that open heart, willingness to heal, and the ability to be very humble, look at your own past traumas and really dive deep.

Otherwise, I feel like it’s just not that useful; would you agree with that?

[00:52:40] Walker: Absolutely. Do you know how many individuals have come and said, “oh, I’m ready. I’m going to do a quantum soul retrieval.” And I said, “Nope!” I refunded them back, because I said they’re not ready. Some people say, “well, that’s not a good way to run a business.”

This is how I am in authenticity. This is how I’m an energetic authenticity because there is no point in me doing a quantum soul retrieval with someone that feels that they’re a victim.

[00:53:10] Motherella: Soul retrieval does not work energetically with anyone that isn’t connected to self; it won’t work. They can try it, but it won’t work.

[00:53:19] Walker: And so for those out there that aren’t sure if they’re connected with self: do a reading with Motherella, figure out what little pieces and things are in those blind spots, so to speak, that one’s not seeing, that’s moving them further away from they’re counting on someone else to run their life or dictate how their life should be governed.

And it just can’t be that way. I was the biggest proponent of this as being an empath; going through the trenches, so to speak, all my life, the school of hard knocks, I like to call it, I wore my trauma like a badge of honor.

No one could help me because I was so damaged; no one could take care of me because I was so damaged. It wasn’t until I finally got to a place that said, “I am continually creating a reality where no one can help me and I will not receive help.” This is like what people call “negative ego,” as pride. I wanted to do it all on my own, but I wouldn’t actually accept any assistance for me to actually be deserving for something.

Oh, I am deserving of life. Yeah, no,

[00:54:37] Shelly: Absolutely. And the other thing I found based on my personal experience, I’m not going to get too much into it. I know you guys know my history and everything, but,  you know, PTSD is huge. And a lot of people think that PTSD is really just people who have been in combat and in war, but that is just not the case.

And so I think it’s really important for people to understand that because I really truly believe I wasn’t diagnosed with PTSD, but I went through my own version of it for several years, based on the trauma of what happened to me as an adult after I got married, as well as, you know, as a child.

So I think, you know, I had that revelation and understanding that that healing needed to take place because you know, the second that, you know, my marriage reformed when we got back together, I thought, oh, I’m healed. I’m good to go. You know, and you know, those traumas people have to remember, they come out in various ways.

They come out in, you know, your relationships and the way you react to certain situations. And, you know, I was living in this fight versus flight mentality for four or five years, you know, and it it’s just, if you have that, self-awareness, you can really stop that and you can change your own life. And, you know, so that’s really, I think, important to understand, because even I thought PTSD was more, you know, people who are just in combat and recovering from the trauma of being in war.

[00:56:12] Motherella: I think that’s beautiful because it’s much bigger. Trauma starts upon vessels into this place. Vessels in from a female; because it’s the only way a baby can be born, whether it’s through a C-section – which is very traumatic – or whether it’s through a harsh vaginal delivery – which is very traumatic – upon birth, trauma starts.

So technically, if you look at the true meaning of PTSD, it starts upon birth. Because like I said, you’re whisked away, you’re manipulated, and then you’re injected; so the trauma begins right upon first breath.

[00:56:57] Shelly: And you were detached from your mother, from everything that you get the cords cut.

[00:57:03] Walker: In ancient civilizations, they knew when the mother gave birth, it was a family member that was the first to touch a baby. Not a stranger, because it leaves an energetic field; a genealogical energetic footprint. And then the next one to touch it would be the mother, unless the mother was giving birth on her own somewhere. If there wasn’t a family member, it had to be a higher elder. But it was never in the space of all these hands.

[00:57:29] Motherella: Or they would treat it like a disease that’s been around since the beginning of time.

[00:57:37] Walker: How many people have left an imprint from their fingertips? Because there is genetic material in the fingertips that leave this energetic residue. You have a nurse, you have a doctor, you have all these people touching the baby. The first thing that the genetic connection between the mother’s fingerprints and the child’s body, needs to have is that energetic connection in order.

That actual, “oh, where I came from, what I am a part of” is immediately separated from this right upon pregnancy to come right into this condition.

[00:58:10] Motherella: That pregnancy is a disease. So you need to go in and have your prenatal care, and you’ve got to have an ultrasound. Then you need blood work and then you have to check your RH factor.

It is insane to watch from the minute you find out you’re pregnant, you’re already disconnected because you’re already thinking, can I have this baby? Am I going to be in a disease?

[00:58:31] Shelly: A lot of times, you’re assuming the worst.

[00:58:34] Walker: And then people wonder why postpartum depression is so prevalent. It’s completely unnatural in every capacity.

[00:58:42] Shelly: Right? I was torn apart; I almost died after our third child, one week post-delivery. I went into sepsis.

[00:58:55] Motherella: Well, we’re glad you’re here. You’re here for a bigger purpose. So we are very glad you made it through that trauma.

[00:59:05] Shelly: Yeah. Thank you. This is wonderful. Do either one of you have something you want to share with the audience in terms of miraculous stories or anybody you work with that had a great experience with you?

[00:59:20] Walker: You’re one of our success stories, seriously. It’s incredible.

[00:59:23] Shelly: I’m your number one supporter. I crumble into tears when I think about the impact that you guys have had. And I just can’t even explain or reiterate how grateful I am to have crossed paths with you. I told you Walker, when I talked to you that I really wish I talked to you five years.

When I was experiencing the most trauma of my entire life, but you said to me, “you didn’t come to me at that time because you weren’t ready.”

And so I think everything just happens for a reason, and everything that happened to me is full circle. I literally went first full circle at the time of the trauma that I was in.

I thought to myself, “I’m a good person; why is this happening to me? Why does this happen to somebody who tries to do the right thing and respects everybody? And you know, just, I’m not perfect, but I’m a good person. And it was really hard to come to terms with, this was a time for growth.

For me, this was a time of discovery and understanding the insecurities I had; understanding my trauma from the past, that I had to grow and evolve as a human being on this Earth, and then come to you when I was ready to face all that.

[01:00:46] Walker: Yes, definitely.

[01:00:46] Motherella: We’re glad you did. You’re in itself a success story. For us, I think you’d be the one we choose.

[01:00:52] Walker: Yes, definitely. Absolutely. Absolutely.

[01:00:59] Motherella: I can go on and on. I mean, don’t get me wrong; we have multiple clients and hundreds of thousands of stories. But I think for the moment and with your audience, there’s nothing like hearing it from the person that actually went through it. We can tell different people’s stories, but would they really connect with it? But they will, if you tell your story. 

[01:01:25] Walker: absolutely. The most pivotal thing that I saw from you is when all of this respect and all of this wanting to be a good person and feeling like you deserved all this stuff came full circle.

When you realized there was a part of you that didn’t respect yourself, didn’t love yourself and, and all of these mirrors. All these mirror beings that were around you that were mistreated. You were actually your own subconscious creation. Then you had full awareness of, “oh, I’m the one creating my reality.”

 “I’m the one bringing it,” instead of blaming or trying to make your husband do something different, or the coworker do something, think different. You shifted yourself.

And it was after that, the energy was no longer creating that attraction. That’s when your husband was like, “okay, something’s changing,” because you wouldn’t meet that energy in the same, “oh, I’m just going to get upset or defensive.” These automatic behaviors weren’t there.

So then, when they weren’t there script that he was there too. Basically he was the script, the co-star in the script to make sure that you kept on your script. But when you were no longer that character, and you went off script and you changed, right. Now he doesn’t know what to do.

So then he was like, “okay, now I need some guidance.” That beautiful thing of you being the leader, as the standard for your own self-empowerment and not trying to heal anybody else, or assist anybody else, has allowed so many people in your life to start their own self-healing process. That is what empowerment is.

That’s what we, that’s what we want to bestow upon the world is empowering others to empower themselves that self-empowerment. It’s the pilot light.

[01:03:12] Shelly: Yeah, absolutely. And I think it’s just – you said it perfectly Walker – it’s also the self-love. People lack the self-love or they think they have it.

And they really don’t, and there’s this voice in our head doubting the situation; “I don’t deserve this. This is not gonna happen. And it’s a self-fulfilling prophecy.

[01:03:44] Walker: It’s beautiful expression of creative energy; look how good this script is working. It’s amazing. It’s the things you don’t want. So if that’s how good that this energy is at you being this powerful manifester. If we start to take those components out – that neuroplasticity – and rearrange them (not remove them), in a way. Now that inner child experience is in this capacity where – it was really good at putting you into the things you don’t want – now it’s really good. And almost aggressively good at putting you into the things that you do want.

[01:04:24] Shelly: Exactly. So I just cannot wait to see you guys in another year and see what happens with my father too. Right now, it’s an absolutely miraculous thing. We’re not yet seeing the physical changes per se, but we’re seeing that everything he’s doing is coming from within his heart.

That’s beautiful. Yeah.

[01:04:56] Walker: After his quantum soul retrieval, I was saying that he feels very different. But before we even did the cellular vitality reset, I’m like, “he feels very different here.”

Your mom’s with him day in and day out.

[01:05:10] Walker: His energy body was so much more lit up. In the cell vitality session; after the vitality session he was asleep because yeah, it was a lot of energy. It was a lot.

[01:05:32] Motherella: And she was trying to wake them up. I’m like, “no, no, it’s okay.” I saw her. She was trying to, while we were in the zone, cause she was waking him up.

[01:05:39] Shelly: Tell me more about the cellular vitality; how does that really work? Is it a custom type of treatment for patients, and what type of demographic do you really see in patients?

[01:05:51] Motherella: So in truth, Walker and I both agreed no longer to use the word “patients.” because I walked away from practice. So the reason why we changed the name is because when you hear the word “patients,” your mind automatically goes to medical conformity.

So we decided to create the cellular vitality reset based on our years of quantum experience, my years of natural health practice, and his natural orthopathic practice.

And then my years of energy work, his years of energy work and find a way to come together where I have done what’s called “medical intuitive work”.

Since the beginning of time, I’m able to see people and identify blockages and root causes based upon the first meeting. It’s been like this for 25 plus years in practice.

So with that said, what I started explaining to him that I see these things and I made it to draw pictures. He said, “oh, you’re able to see these energy sources.” And he was using all the “spectra stuff.” And I didn’t understand what it was. So we came together and put our heads together and said, well, what if I was [01:03:00] able to scan, like I’ve always done. Back in the day I was seeing an average 30 patients a day. Literally. That was my average. And so I was scanning these people every day and didn’t know them – intuitive scans. I knew they didn’t even have to talk or tell me anything – I just knew.

I’m like, “you’re in adrenal fatigue, you have a vaginal infection, you have an STD.” I mean, it was like, “you need this supplement. You’re lacking vitamin D.” I mean, it was, it was insane. And, I was very confined in my practice because I was still under medical practice. So I couldn’t do what I needed to do.

I’m told what I needed to do. The AMA is here in Illinois. So you have those constraints and then you have malpractice that keeps you in those constraints. So I didn’t fully get to practice the way I [01:04:00] intended. Not to mention patients – which is why we stopped using the word – want quick fixes, right? They want everything quick and fast and they’re so “big pharma-based” in their mindset.

So when I started using the word “client” in my own practice, I noticed a shift. I started attracting in people who no longer saw big pharma, that were begging me to give them natural supplements, natural health

So I’m just like, yes, one word. I changed it. I like, I wouldn’t have to do it this way. And I walked. And so clients now started asking for like, “how’s my health.” Well, if you think about it, a lot of psychic mediums, don’t read health.

I will to a point. I will get it to the point of the root cause in the scans that here I’ve been doing since I started school.

[01:09:13] Shelly: Do you get any pushback on doing those types of scans?

[01:09:19] Motherella: the people, there are people that read with me are very embracing of it, but it’s very in depth as well. And I don’t like to do medical anything anymore. So he [Walker] and I came up with this concept. I’m very big on anti-aging, and I’m very big on reversing the aging process. And I’m very big on brain health, his expertise in his energy work spectrum and itself is insane.

And then his years of being certified personal trainer and then all his nutritional backup. We decided to combine, what’s called the cellular vitality reset, where we go in, I do a scan and I see where the blocks are. And then for some reason I get these energetic DNA codes in my head that show me numbers on every person.

[01:10:04] Walker: I immediately started. She’s like, “oh, I see these codes or whatever.” And so I would say to her, “what’s that on your lip?” And she’s like, “oh, I don’t know.” I said, “okay, so what’s the sequencing code for the lips? And she just hears the numbers 24.

[01:10:25] Motherella: My lip was healed in 24 hours. I didn’t even know how so. He takes the codes and energetically puts them back into the cellular imprint. He rewires it, and then I hear and see areas where the body is lacking.

But again, I will not give medical advice. It’s nonmedical. This is all energy.

[01:10:54] Shelly: It’s important that people understand that distinction. You’re going to tell them to get off their meds and this and that.

[01:11:01] Motherella: It’s not my job; it’s up to them to decide. However, if I see the body lacking a specified nutrient or a vitamin because of this energy imprint, I have no problem offering what I see based on a recommendation. But it’s in no way a prescription or medical advice.

It is just, “this is what your body is lacking. This is what your intuitive body’s trying to tell you. It’s up to you to decide and check with your own. If you’re going to even check with a provider on your own.” So we started doing these as a test pilot, and next thing you know it morphed.

[01:11:41] Shelly: Wow, that’s amazing. So what is the typical demographic of clients? Do they come with mostly neurological conditions, or what is the spectrum?

[01:11:58] Motherella: I have to be honest: it’s people who are done with big pharma. It is literally people who do not want a doctor intervening or infiltrating their health anymore.

[01:07:58] Motherella: It is a philosophy. Most of the people we see have a philosophy that is extremely spiritually-based, based on quantum energy. I’m pretty confident we attracted that because that’s what we want. We don’t want just anyone.

And one of the requirements is, and I want to make it clear to the audiences: if you’re coming in thinking you have a disease, you’re already up against resistance.

[01:12:40] Shelly:  Yep, and it’s very quickly mislabeled, and misdiagnosed.

It happens all the time. I mean, in my father’s case you guys hit the nail on the head about the lead. My jaw almost dropped

He had toxicity; you guys had no idea. Three, four months prior that he had gone through lead testing with a functional medicine specialist. I had never shared that with either one of you. So you hit the nail on the head and even then I thought, you know what? That’s not Parkinson’s disease. I knew that three, four months ago.

[01:13:17] Motherella: It’s not; he has a heavy metal toxicity. That’s morphing into a new “imprint,” if you will. The body is responding to it as a toxicity, which now in turn creates this almost paralyzing type symptom. I think you heard me in the Zoom meeting: “I see you shaking. I don’t want it to get to that point because the body is fighting against this toxicity and wants purity.”

[01:13:49] Shelly: Yeah. That is case in point, and I’m not trying to say traditional medicine is horrible, because there are some aspects of traditional medicine that are needed.

You know, we break our leg, we need surgery. And sometimes you have to go to the hospital, you know, for a bacterial infection. But otherwise, when it comes to these degenerative conditions, we don’t have a solution in traditional medicine. And that’s the fundamental problem here because these doctors, all they do is give a band-aid.

They give a bandaid and start throwing medications at the patient. And then it’s just a hot mess because there’s so many different drugs and we don’t know how the drugs react to one another. We don’t know how the patient is going to be impacted with the patient and their life and symptoms. And, you know, it’s just a rollercoaster I’m in.

[01:14:40] Motherella: They multi-stack; they just keep stacking and the body can’t process it. So God never intended anything on this. On the real Nova Earth God ever intended anything but plants, period, end of story. However, if you look at it, we as humans destroyed that process by allowing big pharma to come in and take over the mind programming that everyone needs a pill.

Yup. You only need yourself period.

[01:15:14] Walker: And then, if you look outside of Western medicine, Eastern medicine with their herbs and their tinctures and things. You would go to see the individual, the medicine man, as soon as there was a little bit of a upset stomach or anxiety or a headache and say, “I’m not sure what’s going on,” so they could get to the root issue.

They solved the wider [issue]. Western medicine doesn’t solve anything. It’s managed care from cradle to grave, because that makes a lot of money. Cures don’t make money. So with a cellular vitality reset, what is being done is a sequencing that is basically resetting the cells back to the original template – of the body’s actual natural creator’s design.

[01:16:06] Shelly: Okay. So how far back does that go?

[01:16:12] Walker: Pretty far back. When there’s a quantum soul retrieval, we have all the soul components back. So now that there’s a cellular vitality on top of the spiritual and the memory component, now we can plug the body into that soul retrieval as well.

So if someone has already had a quantum soul retrieval first, there’s that additional component, which we’ve seen in our clients that have had that,  you know, someone that, that is just coming in for the cellular vitality reset. The main thing that the reason spectra is used is because spectra absolutely honors the sanctity.

Of that person’s sacred sovereignty for their soul to choose what they want. That way I can blast them with whatever I’m seeing, whatever she’s telling me to do. I’m like a Cyclops: the laser goes everywhere. She’s the one that puts the fine-tune laser and is able to guide it. I put it into spectra.

Spectra does all the work, the combination, and then whatever their soul decides. And so the way that we offer the individual on the other side is surrender. And not to me, not to her, not to bearded God, not to the universe, to unconditional love, surrender to the unconditional love that keeps that body healthy; that keeps the heart beating without having to focus on it. The innate, the more they can do that, the more their self-healing is rapidly increased that like you saw with your father.

[01:17:41] Motherella: And I’m very big on plant medicine. I will only offer tinctures and oils and herbs and things that work from a whole standpoint from the origination that’s ancient civilization tools, and our bodies going back to it.

Our world is moving back to ancient civilization as we speak, because we moved into quantum on July 5th, 2021. So the world is operating in quantum whether they can see it or not.

[01:18:09] Walker: Now it’s just getting everyone to plug into their quantum destiny, instead of their psychological fate.

[01:18:17] Shelly: Yeah. I mean, that’s amazing. It just really is incredible. And I think our patients and our audience is going to really start to open their eyes and ears to this. A lot of our patients, they come to us and they’re very sick. They’re suffering from these degenerative conditions – whether it’s a neurological condition and auto immune condition.

And I think it’s really important to provide patients (or clients) a holistic approach to medicine. A lot of our patients come in and – like you said – they’re fed up with big pharma. They’ve had enough, they’ve been through the ringer. They’re educated people, and they understand that there’s more out there.

And the reasons why regenerative medicine has kind of reached a, I shouldn’t say a ceiling, but the potential for growth could have been extraordinary. We would have had more of an ability to do more and more studies and sadly.

The United States is really behind Europe, India; we’re running clinical trials overseas; we’ve patented the technology to be able to take stem cells, your blood stem cells, and actually create a universal blood donor.

So it would eradicate the need for even blood donor matching. So I’m blessed because I get to partner with these incredible minds.

[01:20:02] Motherella: That’s beautiful

[01:20:04] Shelly: They have this technology, they’re ahead of their time, and it’s difficult for people to really grasp that and understand that. And so I welcomed the opportunity to be able to talk to both of you and pick your brains. The amount of knowledge you have is incredible.

[01:20:20] Motherella: Thank you. We all have it. I think it’s a collective creation of knowledge.

[01:20:26] Walker: The soul expression, what we were talking about the other day is this the way that the old psychological railways work together. The last thing that is wanted by those that can manipulate and control us is that we create a soul networking. We are a soul signature expression network being able to network with one another, because those things rapidly manifest in that capacity and in a space that where people can actually heal themselves.

So much of disease comes from the mind. It’s not psychosomatic, but it is an imprint. It is those genetic clues of these behaviors, and these learned experience that actually gets the brain to wire that way.

So if you have someone coming in for regenerative therapy, and their mindset is different, the therapy and the modalities and the things they’re going through can be absolutely earth shattering because they don’t have that resistance mentally.

[01:21:30] Shelly: Yep, exactly. And so we find that a lot of our patients that have more anxiety, and they’re nervous, and they have doubt that this treatment is going to work, they don’t get as good results, they really don’t. You give them the most amazing science on the planet; It doesn’t matter.

[01:21:48] Walker: They are actively encoding resistance to the truth. They are actively deflecting and creating resistance to flow.

[01:22:01] Shelly: Absolutely. And then the patients that we see that have an entirely different mindset and attitude do so well. They really just embrace it and it can be life-changing. So I really feel our audience is going to look upon both of you as experts in your field, and go to you when they’re ready.

You know, when they feel that that’s the right time for them. Yeah.

[01:22:27] Walker: When it resonates with them, and they feel truth resonates from the heart, it comes from a space that doesn’t make sense. The brain tries to logically make sense; it tries to use that, that “brain type of thinking,” and create a certain experience right.

Or “left brain thinking” is that space in the heart that comes from neither the left or the right. It comes right in the middle of the heart; it comes from a space of truth. “I don’t know why, but something’s telling me I need to book a session. Something’s telling me I need to go and do this.”

“Something’s telling me this is truth. This is this there. This resonates with me. That soul resonance is, is, is what someone feels when there is authenticity for their own soul pot path. Not because, Hey, this is the [01:19:00] way we did it. We think you should know, this is the way we did. If it resonates with you, then, then it might be your truth as well.

[01:23:21] Shelly: Yeah, absolutely. I agree with you. For whatever reason, I went to Motherella five years ago for a totally different reason. And then five years later, I’m thinking, “I gotta call Motherella.” And I don’t know why it occurred to me, but it did.

[01:23:38] Motherella: People say, “when should I book a next appointment?”

I go, “when spirit shows it to you, or when your soul sends it to you.”

I never ever tell people they need to schedule a follow-up. Unless I truly, truly see that coming down the pipeline for them, because most of my business is the psychic side. 99% of my business is the psychic readings. The energy component is what we’ve created now with the cellular vitality reset.

[01:24:07] Shelly: wonderful.

[01:24:09] Walker: Everything’s all about self-empowerment.

[01:24:12] Shelly: Yeah, absolutely. And thank you so much for everything and thank you for the podcast, and just continue doing incredible things and advancing. I hope you guys get more and more recognized for your value and your contribution to this world. It would sadden me if that doesn’t happen. I think it is really happening, you know, I see that I see your presence.

And so I wish you all the best and thank you for having us. Yeah, absolutely. And we’ll definitely reconnect. Of course, I’m sure you’re going to hear from one of us.

[01:24:48] Walker: Well, it’s definitely going to happen because of the luck factor. Luck is opportunity, meaning and experience, right. Definitely a need for this type of people are lost.

People are so lost with what they’ve been given as basically the solution. And then if they continue through Western medicine, they might have something that they basically just write off. That they’re not even worth the medical expenditure, that we can’t even finance it.

There’s so many people that are just getting so done with it because it’s a money issue. Because it comes down to greed; it really does. This is where their heart can really soar from a spiritual sense.

[01:25:31] Shelly: Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Thank you so much.

[01:25:33] Walker: You’re very welcome. Have a wonderful day.

[00:00:00] Shelly: So I can’t even express my gratitude, what you do. And I hope, through this podcast, that people really can learn and understand about the value you give to human life, and how sincere and genuine you both really are

[00:00:20] Motherella: Thank you for that.

[00:00:28] Shelly: It’s really similar to my field too, because with regenerative medicine, there are so many centers out there that are fraud. They’re not based on science; they’re not based on the research. We’re based on 25 years of solid research; so that is a huge distinguishing factor. A lot of people, they just don’t value it, or they’re just trying to make a lot of money and inject whatever they can in these people.

[00:01:00] Shelly: And, and just not really, like they’re basically exploiting their medical expertise and trying to convince patients to actually support what they’re saying because they’re doctors.

[00:01:10] Walker: And that’s a projection of their own insecurities. They pass those insecurities on to everybody else. They blow them up in there in, oh, you need me, you need this, you need that dah, dah, dah.

[00:01:19] Walker: And they blow up them to the point where they’re offering them some sort of opportunity that they can’t get on their own. And then they, that’s how they go around making money is convincing people that they need them. And, and you know what, you’re what you’re looking at. What you’re doing is more of the “where are these issues occurring that are causing these insecurities?” instead of playing on other people’s insecurities, looking to empower them, which is what we’re all about.

[00:01:45] Shelly: Absolutely. We’re so similar because we really look at the root cause of all these conditions; most of the time with degenerative conditions, it’s the inflammation that plays a huge role.

[00:02:02] Shelly: The missing component of what we offer our patients is spiritual healing. And if we can empower our patients with education and to understand what you guys offer, it’s beautiful.

[00:02:17] Walker: We love that. Thank you.

[00:02:21] Shelly: Absolutely; can you  just introduce yourself to the audience?

[00:02:31] Motherella: I’m known as Dr. Motherella; I’ve operated as “Motherella” since 2006. I have Master’s in Science, I’m a board certified nurse midwife, and then I have 3 doctorates:

  • Doctor of Natural Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Natural Health and Holistic Nutrition
  • Natural Orthopathic Doctor (this is not the same as a naturopath – this is a doctor to remove the root cause of the disease).

There’s a massive spiritual component to my studies throughout the years that I was studying with these PhDs.

[00:03:34] Motherella: So one’s a doctor of the philosophy of natural health. Once in the doctor, philosophy of holistic nutrition, then you have the natural ortho pathic side combined with my 45 years of channeling psychically.

You combine all that, and it creates a different style of practice.

[00:04:06] Motherella: I walked away from a successful private practice. I’ve been a professor at two different universities, teaching health and science to putting nurses out into the world. I was a nurse myself and slowly expanded my studies.

[00:04:] Motherella: I walked away in Illinois. I cannot deal with the big pharma and restrictions and push for monetary gain. I had to walk away. So I walked away in 2014, with the hopes of never returning and I never have.

[00:04:47] Shelly: Beautiful! And you’re making so many changes in everybody’s life that comes to you. So that’s incredible. Thank you.

[00:04:54] Walker: My accolades are not nearly as impressive. I’ve been a certified personal trainer for almost 16 years. In the time that I was doing personal training, I was following all the rules of what they told me – the protocols that you use for each individual. If an individual wants strength, power, size, weight loss, body fat, whatever.

[00:04:30] Walker: What I found was, when I first got my certification, is that people don’t operate under a regimented system of how cells are supposed to respond to things. Everyone has a unique individual blueprint. I started to study Dr. William Sheldon, who talked about somatotyping and how the body is unique in itself and how energy – as far as a representation of the soul path -which is kind of like Socrates tripartite soul, which was saying that whatever someone essentially dwells on and experiences it can actually shift or change how their body responds to its environment.

[00:06:16] Walker: And so I was basically “experimenting” safely with people while I was doing training, and modifying things that were outside of the normal regimen of personal training. A lot of it had to do with, “a client comes in and is doing all the things ‘right,’ but not seeing results.”

[00:06:44] Walker: Or even, seeing results, and then I would show them the “before” and “after” pictures and they would say, “oh, I don’t see that big of a difference.”  So I got really big Psycho-Cybernetics or “brain steering,” figuring out that so much of what a person is seeing as their self-image is not necessarily the truth of what’s being projected to everyone else around them.

[00:07:06] Walker: So I got more into a deeper outlook or psychological experience of, why people do the things they do or why these behaviors start to take place.

As I was doing that, I became a certified Reiki master, really playing with energy within the healing modalities, but also within physical training, heating up the cells of the body and heating up the fat cells and actually creating quite a unique experience for individuals who say, “I’m not eating, I’m barely doing anything and I’m just drenched in sweat.”

[00:07:42] Walker: So from melding those two things together, really looking beyond the physical actual symptoms of what someone looks as being a symptom of their own belief system. I started to really delve deep into the psychological component of who actually someone thinks that they are.

[00:08:08] Walker: And, and that’s where all of my self-healing came from – to heal my own traumatic past, own abuse, my own things. So everything that I do, I didn’t learn in a book.

I had to cultivate and pioneer my own way of doing things with “metaphysical fitness,” so to speak, in that type of moving past this physical realm that people  say, “I want to change my physical appearance,” versus asking, “what’s all the data and information that’s put together in this piece that makes you who you are?”

[00:08:42] Walker: A lot of people don’t think that, because they’re locked into gene theory.

[00:08:47] Shelly: And they don’t recognize this. People don’t really understand how your DNA and your neural pathways can be altered by your behavior – belief systems from when you were a young child that your parents taught you.

[00:09:08] Shelly: It’s so incredible: if people would open their eyes and ears to actually healing th at “inner child,” take a step back and be humble, and lose that sense of control, it’s a game changer in my opinion.

So I really respect what you both do; I can’t say enough good words about it.

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