MAKING THE MEDICINE - Conner Kees, LAc
Thank you for listening & please pardon this brief hiatus!

Thank you for listening & please pardon this brief hiatus!

July 2, 2020

Hi listeners! Thank you so much for enjoying this podcast. Please excuse this brief hiatus as many blessed and excited changes are happening in my life! Normal, bi-weekly episodes will resume as soon as possible. :)

Ep. 08 - Intentional Healing as Music

Ep. 08 - Intentional Healing as Music

June 5, 2020

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What models do we think with when we approach the subject of intention? What’s the grammar and the syntax of this kind of work? Does it even matter?

In this episode, you’re going to presented with some food for thought – in the form of an intentional, musical theory of reality. I’m not necessarily positing that these ideas are true, merely that they may be helpful to think with.

Let’s try the (New) age-old energywork exercise: with your intention, form an “energy ball” between your hands – or even simply between two fingers. Expand it. Compress it. Move it. Play with it. What does it feel like to you? And even more importantly, what in the world are you doing? ...

Shownotes:

Episode 3: The Healing Power of Spirituality
Episode 4: Intentional Healing and the Planck Space
Episode 5: Intention Ontology: Applied and Theoretical

Geesink and Meijer's Research on Generalized Music Theory

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Ep.07 - Jingshen and Biogenesis

Ep.07 - Jingshen and Biogenesis

May 22, 2020

Let’s jump right to 40,000 feet.

As discussed in the blog (particularly here), the phenomenon of life can be thought of as some sort of macro-scale, structured-water, quantum-information-organizing symphony of light, sound, and electromagnetism. It utilizes the natural crystalline properties of water to extract energy from the ether (“quantum vacuum fluctuations”) in order to live and to adapt.

In fact, it even begs the question: Which comes first? What we call “life”, or these apparent properties built into the physical structure of water at the molecular level? And for that matter, why stop there? After all, the whole thing is working together. As Nassim Haramein often says, “the whole thing is talking.”

Read the full transcript of this episode here.

Making The Medicine Podcast is about meditation, self-cultivation and Daoist alchemy, with discussions relevant to quantum biology and biophysics as well as Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, and intentional or energy healing (Reiki, etc.).

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Ep.06 - A Glimpse At Universality

Ep.06 - A Glimpse At Universality

May 8, 2020

It often occurs to me while studying English translations of Daoist alchemical texts that I am a Westerner who can not read or speak the language in which these texts were written. That said, these texts seem to carry a message that transcends the very language from which they sprang into life, much less the cultural maxims. Appreciate for a moment the fact that these texts can be considered a form of “scripture” – even though this means something quite different to the Westerner. Many of the authors of these texts are revered as xian, or “immortals”

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Making The Medicine Podcast is about meditation, self-cultivation and Daoist alchemy, with discussions relevant to quantum biology and biophysics as well as Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, and intentional or energy healing (Reiki, etc.).

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Ep.05 - Intention Ontology: Applied and Theoretical

Ep.05 - Intention Ontology: Applied and Theoretical

April 25, 2020

Intentional healing is a practice available to everyone.

Many systems of intentional healing, or energwork - as it's often called, treat the hands as being points of "emission", "projection", or "emanation" of some kind of energy. Rather, in intentional healing the hands or any point in space can serve simply as a placeholder for the intentional focus of awareness. The only thing emanating is the expression of a singular, universal reality according to our perception of space-time - flow.

Another way of saying this is: God emanates. Humans take part. This is why in intentional healing we say, "it's not you".

Read the full transcript of this episode here.

This podcast is about meditation, self-cultivation and Daoist alchemy, with discussions relevant to quantum biology and biophysics as well as Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, and intentional or energy healing (Reiki, etc.).

To learn more go to www.MakingTheMedicine.com.
You can email me at MakingTheMedicine@gmail.com.

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Additional show notes for this episode:

Igor Jerman, 2016

Holonomic brain theory

Morphogenetic field

Unified Spacememory Network: From Cosmogenesis to Consciousness

 

Ep.04 - Intentional Healing and the Planck Space

Ep.04 - Intentional Healing and the Planck Space

April 25, 2020

There is no accepted definition for energy, other than those that refer to electromagnetism or energy's relationship to matter (like, for instance, E=mc^2). Since the dawn of quantum mechanics in the early 20th century, interpretations of reality in terms of the information that makes it up appear more and more appropriate. This is what's referred to as a digital physics, and there's many iterations of this theory in contemporary physics.

Read the full transcript of this episode here.

This podcast is about meditation, self-cultivation and Daoist alchemy, with discussions relevant to quantum biology and biophysics as well as Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, and intentional or energy healing (Reiki, etc.).

To learn more go to www.MakingTheMedicine.com.
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Additional show notes for this episode:

Newtonian mechanics

Quantum mechanics

Bohmian mechanics

Intentionally moving random number generators away from randomness via intention (i.e. more 0’s or more 1’s by willing it) [1][2][3]

Intentionally intersecting the path of light in the famous double-slit experiment by remote viewing into the box where light is being beamed [4]

Scale Unification - A Universal Scaling Law for Organized Matter, by Nassim Haramein, Michael Hyson, & Elizabeth Rauscher

 

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Ep.03 - The Healing Power of Spirituality

Ep.03 - The Healing Power of Spirituality

April 25, 2020

In my last couple episodes, I've begun "laying the foundations" (that's a Daoist alchemy joke) for some concepts regarding our actual, physical interaction with the Dao. What has always been understood in all cultures under mystical pretense is now the purview of a unification between physics and biology. One that – if appreciated with an appropriate sense of wonder and an open heart – affirms for us the limitless spiritual power that is built into the reality in which we live. A power in which we play an important part.

Read the full transcipt of this episode here.

This podcast is about meditation, self-cultivation and Daoist alchemy, with discussions relevant to quantum biology and biophysics as well as Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, and intentional or energy healing (Reiki, etc.).

To learn more go to www.MakingTheMedicine.com.
You can email me at MakingTheMedicine@gmail.com.

Thanks for listening!

Additional show notes for this episode:

All cell membranes exist because the waves which stand on their surface are musical – literally; in phase.” – Dan Winter, Physicist

Ep.02 - On the Nature of Qi and Source Qi

Ep.02 - On the Nature of Qi and Source Qi

April 25, 2020

Qi is to electromagnetism as steam is to water.” – Eileen McKusick, Founder of Biofield Tuning

Eileen McKusick states that what we call “subtle energy” in the West, is “really a form of diffuse magnetism” or “a diffuse magnetic fluid”. (I would add to that – superfluid.)

How fitting, the ancient pictograph for qi,…

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…which represents the “steam that rises and falls from a cooking pot of rice.”

Read the transcript of this episode here.

This podcast is about meditation, self-cultivation and Daoist alchemy, with discussions relevant to quantum biology and biophysics as well as Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, and intentional or energy healing (Reiki, etc.).

To learn more go to www.MakingTheMedicine.com.
You can email me at MakingTheMedicine@gmail.com.

Thanks for listening!

Additional show notes for this episode:

Animism and Vitalism

Michelson-Morley experiment

CTMU

Ep.01 - Zen and the Art of Biophysics

Ep.01 - Zen and the Art of Biophysics

April 25, 2020

If you’ve ever wondered what the fine-structure fabric of space-time looks like, take a walk on the beach. (Next time you can.)

At some critical point in the evolution of scientific understanding – metaphor ceases to be metaphor.

Dr. Mae Wan Ho refers to the work of her fellow scientist and teacher Emilio Del Giudice as “lighting the fire of a new science.”

Read the full transcript of this episode here.

This podcast is about meditation, self-cultivation and Daoist alchemy, with discussions relevant to quantum biology and biophysics as well as Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, and intentional or energy healing (Reiki, etc.).

To learn more go to www.MakingTheMedicine.com.
You can email me at MakingTheMedicine@gmail.com.

Thanks for listening!

Additional show notes for this episode:

Mae Wan Ho's lecture on "Illuminating Water and Life", where she discusses the influence of her late teacher.