Self Healing Research: Good Sam I Am


The Compassion Theory of Healiing & Health

An interview with K. C. Blair (KCB), GSI Founder and Director

KC Blair, Good Samaritans InternationalQ1. Interviewer. Hello, K. C. I understand Good Samaritans International (GSI) has developed a new theory of how we heal and stay healthy.
A1. KCB. Yes it has. Thank you for interviewing us and helping to spread the word.

I never thought as a scientist I would find myself saying this but our research data has led to our conclusion that compassion creates healing and maintains health.

First, let me offer some definitions to get us on the same track. Everything is Mind and the Information it creates and organizes. Health is wholeness, an ideal each of us creates with our mind of how we should be and feel. Healing is a return to wholeness after we have deviated from the ideal. Resonance is two or more entities in the universe vibrating on the same frequency, being more effective in their relationship than alone. Love is resonance by people. Resonance to the scientist is love to the poet. Compassion is new, incremental love created by our mind.

From our proprietary research we have learned that creating and offering compassion through empathy and care opens minds so the intent of our information transfers between and within us. When compassion is manifested in new or old relationships, love and its positive correlates such as healing and health are enhanced.

Contrarily, not choosing to focus on compassion and not creating the feelings of love or resonance result in depressed health, pain, sickness and disease.

To illustrate our research findings, envision two large random groups of people alike in every way. When members of the experimental group create compassion for each other or themselves, using empathy and offering care, we are able to measure more absolute love in their group than in the control group. As that happens, we find incremental health, healing, happiness, longevity, creativity, productivity, and probably everything else positively correlated with love.

When we ignore compassion and its positive correlates and do not create new feelings of love, the negatives often rule. That results in depression, pain, sickness, and disease. Unfortunately, we spend much of our lives ignoring giving ourselves compassion, which is likely the main reason we are not happier and healthier more of the time. We refer to depression, pain, sickness, and disease as negatives because they are negatively correlated with compassion.

We choose with our mind’s attention and intention to create compassion, focus on life’s positives and to create health and healing. Wise people down through the ages have said that health, happiness, and everything good come from within.


05Sep05. Rocky Stone agrees. While I was writing this I decided to call on an old friend, Ethan “Rocky” Stone, M.D., whom I had not seen in twenty years. When I was a teen and he was a practicing pediatrician we used to sail together in races every Sunday. He owned and skippered his Rebel, “Ol’ Doc Rock;” I was his crew. I remember him saying then as he did early in this visit, “Everything comes from within,” as he would place his hand over his midsection. Rock (89) and Jean, his young (75) new wife of seven years, agree they feel compassion and gratitude, including welling-up, as they look at each other throughout the day. He said his newfound love has replenished his compassion deficit and restored his happiness and health. He believes it was a compassion deficiency that led to his over thirty-year build-up of serious heart disease before meeting Jean. He became excited as he discovered his history validated our new Theory of Compassion. We believe it is our data that validate his wisdom.

15Nov05. I visited Rocky again and told him I would like to have the above on my website as a testimonial to how compassion works. He said, "Of course, no problem." Then he thought and said, "You better tell them we still have intimacy." Surprised and thinking he was kidding, I asked if he were serious. With an astonishing smile he added, "Every morning!"
Q2. Interviewer. Thank you, K. C. That feels so good. Is everything that positive in GSI’s new Theory of Compassion?
A2. KCB. Yes, pretty much. Rocky is just one example of how the mind can create serious disease from a compassion deficiency and then healing and health from compassion replenishment, all within one lifetime. I am amazed that I happened to visit him at the exact time of writing this paper. Synchronicity continues to amaze me. I love it!

Now, I hate to change our focus but I thought if I explained how negatives work it would help us avoid them.

When focusing on negatives, more negative things happen. But we do not have to choose to focus on negatives to have bad things happen. Negative and positive information enter our minds from everybody and everything around us. Some of it attracts and dominates our attention before we know it is happening.

The more we ignore this process the more we are controlled by the information and energy in our environment and the less we understand what is happening to us. A lack of understanding and control is stressful, leading to a deviation from wholeness. In this case, as in all of life, the best defense from negatives is an offense of positives, which requires our constant awareness and intent to be compassionate and positive.

Q3. Interviewer. So, it looks like we have more control over health and healing than we have been led to believe. Please tell us more.
A3. KCB. Yes. We likely can choose to have control over most positives and negatives in our lives and I want to share what we have learned with you and the readers. Compassion is my passion.

Our research indicates that the new love from compassion and its positive correlates seem to accumulate within us. But unfortunately the negative correlates of love, such as fear, seem to do the same. To win the ongoing challenge of staying healthy we may have to constantly create more positive than negative information and energy, at least enough so that the positives continuously dominate our mind, excluding the negatives.

Q4. Interviewer. What do you mean by information and energy?
A4. KCB. Quantum physicists say everything exists in waves within fields until we observe; and then the waves collapse and what we see looks like particles. But then they say the particles are really just energy vibrating to look like particles. It seems our mind, by focusing on and intending to create, is able to move and rearrange this energy by moving its information. It is our mind's beliefs and expectations that determine whether or not we can accept what the new arrangement is. We think that the placebo may have become more effective through time in the pain-killer and anti-depressant product categories because the recent advertising has been adding new meaning to the beliefs of more people. If true, it could explain why the same fake medicine would become more effective through time.

Q5. Interviewer. Can you try to be less technical, K. C.?
A5. KCB. Sorry. It is our mind that creates the resonating patterns of our ideal wholeness, our health. Then yours and my mind, and the minds of others, can have negative thoughts and intentions that sometimes create deviations from our ideal wholeness. But again, it is our minds’ positive thoughts and intentions that reorganize the information and energy to create healing and recreate wholeness.

Whether we know it or not, this seems to be how we create through our minds our own reality, for better or worse. We Good Samaritans want to help people understand this so they can gain control and create a better reality for themselves and their loved ones.

Q6. Interviewer. How do we affect health between us, in others?
A6. KCB. We affect the health of others with our information and its energy. And it seems to happen on two levels: locally, through our senses and nonlocally, independently of our senses, distance and time.

I would like to offer examples with positive information. Let us say you have a sick friend and you visit her. She sees your compassion for her, you see her gratitude for you and together you both feel better. It all seems to happen locally, through the senses.

But let us say you cannot visit your sick friend so in a break from your work you think about her and mentally offer her a prayer or your well wishes. We call the thought, prayer, and well wishing from a distance, nonlocal compassionate intent. Research shows it works. See our Compassion Experiments. But it is possible that when local compassion appears to work, it is our minds’ nonlocal compassionate intent working through our body.

When we say something works, we mean it works to some degree. If it works significantly more in the experimental group versus the control group, for example +10%, we could say we influence the probability of it working in any one person +10%.

Negative information works locally, through our senses, and nonlocally. Locally, there is an old snake oil salesman’s adage, “First ya make ‘em sick, then ya sell the cure.” Modern medicine seems to continue in that tradition when there are certain one-on-one conversations between physicians and their patients and mass advertising campaigns between pharmaceutical companies and the consumer. In both cases fear is used to create negative and unhealthy feelings, resulting in the need for relief and the search for it. Then the constant stress related to fear leads to unnecessary medicine-taking and medical procedures.

Q7. Interviewer. How do you think we get sick, K. C.?
A7. KCB. When we do not create a positive flow of compassion, love, unity, and their correlates to keep our resonating forms whole we become a susceptible host for negative information to interrupt and dominate with its correlates -- fear, depression, pain, sickness and disease.

Research shows that new love strengthens our immune system, as if we were creating a positive environment more conducive to wholeness and healing. So, I think compassion deprivation results in deviating from wholeness and compassion replenishment results in returning to wholeness.


Yesterday, my barber told me he had to cancel out of his vacation to Europe last week and his wife had gone without him. Not only did he think he needed a vacation but he had been working extra hard the week before, giving haircuts to everyone who knew he would be out the following week.

On Wednesday before he was to leave he developed a bad pain in the area of his heart. By the time he got to his doctor it had stopped there but moved to his back. Later, the doctor said the x-rays showed minor stress fractures in the vertebrae and that could have been the source of the pain. Finally, on Monday after his “vacation,” my barber was able to visit his chiropractor with his films. The chiropractor said he could see no fractures of any size and gave him an adjustment. It was on Tuesday that he cut my hair and said he now felt better.

After hearing his story I asked him what he did all week. He smiled and said except for having to get his x-rays and seeing two physicians he slept in, did a little reading and generally did what he wanted for a whole week (his emphasis).

All of a sudden he became interested in our previously discussed website and The Compassion Theory of Healing & Health. He realized he had been ignoring himself for a long time and may have been accumulating stress. Then just before Europe he got a warning signal, “My heart or my back.” Before we talked he thought it was his chiropractor’s manipulation that made him feel better; after we talked he realized he did it by showing himself his total attention and compassion for one whole week. He then asked me for the address of so he could read more.
Q8. Interviewer. Why do we visit physicians and how do they help us?
A8. KCB. Good question. First, let me say I respect many physicians for their trauma, emergency, and mechanical know-how, and most of all for their compassion, when they offer it.

I used to believe that when I got sick, visited a doctor and then got better, he cured me, or her medicine did. No more!

Many physicians believe healing only happens naturally through time. There is an old doctor joke that a physician’s job is to entertain the patient until nature takes its course. Other physicians believe the placebo aids in healing but for some reason they do not try to perfect it. Some believe compassion heals us but they say they no longer have the time needed to employ it. Some doctors believe it is their recommended drugs and, half-kidding, tell their peers they better hurry to recommend the new drug before it loses its power, as new drugs seem to do when physicians realize they do not work.

Here is what I think happens, which can be illustrated when we see a number of physicians for the same deviation from health. First, when we do not give ourselves enough attention and compassion needed to support our wholeness we get a warning signal that we are deviating from wholeness. The warning signal comes in the form of the symptoms of depression, pain, sickness, and disease. Then, for example, we go to a doctor and take her recommended pills. Being unsuccessful, we visit our mother for her chicken soup. When that does not work we visit a D.O. or chiropractor for an adjustment. When we do not get better we go to a health food store and take some herbs or a homeopathic product. Finally, we visit a masseuse and become whole.

We call this a compassion-collecting chain. What seems to be happening in this process is that we are collecting and accumulating compassion, when offered, from the compassion donors along the way. We do this until the last bit of compassion tips the scale in favor of healing and a return to wholeness. It is not the masseuse we saw last, nor the time that passed that cured us. We healed ourselves by accumulating enough compassion to start our return to wholeness, resetting our warning signal. The first physician could have gotten the credit for curing us, if only she had been at the end of the compassion chain. In the first position she could have gotten credit for our healing, had she given us enough compassion.

It really is possible for a physician to offer more compassion without adding time to patient visits. For example, she could use nonlocal compassionate intent while walking to the next examining room and opening the door. He could recommend a compassion chain, which is what some doctors attempt to do when prescribing a vacation for the patient. Physicians and their office workers could communicate compassion and healing to patients through posters and handouts in the office. As the newly educated patients learn to heal faster and remain healthy longer they would understand why and show their gratitude by increasing their loyalty, spreading the good news of this physician and office by word-of-mouth advertising throughout the community. Norm Shealy, M.D., who started one of the first successful holistic clinics in the Midwest, wrote that he and his staff believed a compassionate office environment was at least as important as anything he could do when seeing the patients.

Moms and dads can create a more compassionate and healthy home for their families.

Employers can create a compassionate and healthier workplace for their employees, while increasing productivity.

We have successfully created and tested some of these things at the local and nonlocal levels. We would be happy to communicate, with physicians or their staff members, how to add more compassion to their clinics. We would love to talk with moms and dads about teaching and practicing more in-home compassion, healing and maintaining wholeness. We would like to talk with employers and employees in any kind of business or organization about using compassion as a tool for healing, remaining healthy, and enhancing all of the positive correlates. Anyone may “Contact” me by email and write that they want to add more compassion to their clinic, home or work environment. I will reply.

Q9. Interviewer. Why do we not heal faster, K. C.?
A9. KCB. One reason we do not heal faster is we do not know we can or how to do it. We have a lot of stories inside us about how we recover, few are about compassion and most involve time. Focusing on the wrong stories or no stories slows down the healing process or does not speed up the healing process.

Herbert Benson, M.D. and medical researcher, coined the term "the relaxation response.” While speaking to our audience at the Doylestown Hospital in Pennsylvania some years ago he said, to start the healing process and to heal faster, we should relax and recreate the memories and feelings of when we were happy and healthy, for example with loved ones, children, or pets. He learned how to do this for himself from studying the placebo effect and what other cultures are capable of doing in the area of mind over body.

We say if a lack of compassion, love and unity results in a deviation from wholeness, then creating and accumulating more compassion, love, and unity is the best way to return to wholeness. Time likely has nothing to do with healing but we need an open mind and to change our beliefs and expectations to understand and take advantage of this possibility.

Q10. Interviewer. Why could we not heal on our own?
A10. KCB. Medical researchers say we likely heal ourselves over 99% of the times we deviate from wholeness but we are not aware of it. Andrew Weil, M.D. and medical researcher, author and frequent guest on PBS, says our cells and body parts are programmed to heal themselves from within.

We infer that becoming aware of the deviation makes it more difficult for us to heal. Rather than perceiving the symptom correctly as a randomly placed warning signal that we are deviating from overall health, we focus on it and its location as if they were negatives and the source of our problem. Focusing on a perceived negative at a certain location gives us more of the negative correlates and a growing problem at that location. Then, when we focus on negative correlates and the growing problem, our deviation often gets worse. Misery loves company and together the correlates all have a destructive party inside us.
As we switch our focus back and forth between positives and negatives, we get more of what we focus on and less of what we focus from.
A real problem is: people who need help the most, the most vulnerable among us, are kept fearfully dependent, focused on and clinging to the negative theory likely to be making them worse. When I see many of these people, walking and driving in a zombie-like drug stupor, I wonder if their minds are open to receiving the compassion they need to heal.

I am reminded of a story I heard a doctor tell. He
ran into an old friend who looked very sick. He
asked her how she was and she said she had
so many things wrong with her and was
taking so many different medicines she did
not know if she were coming and going.

A few months later he saw her and
she looked wonderful so he asked
her how she recovered. She told
him she got so depressed she
decided to take her own life by
stopping all medication. Soon
after that she realized she was
better and knew it was
the toxins in all the meds
that were the cause of
her lack of health. She
smiled and said she
swore off all meds
and has never
felt better.

Then, I wonder, are the doctors who prescribe the patients' last drug liable for a drugged patient's driving, you know, like the last bartender is responsible for the drunken patron's driving?

It is time for a new healing paradigm. The traditional theory with the belief that doctors and pills cure us does not work. When symptoms appear and allopathic medicine's drugs and invasive procedures attempt to mask the symptoms, the source of our problem remains and becomes worse. On the other hand, GSI’s Compassion Theory puts us in the driver’s seat of our own healing so we can create more compassion for a faster return to health. Why look outside, when we heal from within?

It is time for a new health paradigm. Ignoring ourselves until our negatives grow to create warning symptoms and then finding out we are too late, does not work. Our new theory of creating enough compassion through more resonating relationships, between and within us, and the feelings of love on an ongoing basis, better maintains our health. Dean Ornish, M.D. and healing researcher explains this in his book, Love & Survival: The Scientific Basis for the Healing Power of Intimacy.

The Good Samaritans Compassion Theory of Healing & Health is about you learning how to heal yourself and creating the conditions inside you so you will be less likely to deviate from health.

It is our choice to understand and control our health and healing, starting now. It is easier to open our mind and change our beliefs when we are whole than when we have been distracted by the negative and fearful warning symptoms of deviating from wholeness.

Q11. Interviewer. Let me stop you for a minute and ask what do you foresee as the value of GSI’s new Theory of Healing & Health?
A11. KCB. Excellent health, plummeting costs. Our theory has high value for all individuals and many organizations in support of wholeness. By learning how to use compassionate information to effectively and efficiently enhance our healing, health, and other positive correlates, we can eliminate most of our physician and hospital visits, their procedures, medicines and dangerous effects. In other words, by eliminating or minimizing the negative possibilities of stress, depression, pain, sickness, and disease on our own, we will be happier and healthier almost all of the time. Medical researchers say around 80% of doctor visits are from depression and stress, which could be eliminated quite easily with more compassion.

Q12. Interviewer. You really are saying we create our own health and disease.
A12. KCB. Yes, definitely. As I said or implied before, we choose to enhance or depress our own health. We do this based on how our mind uses information. Our minds’ attention and intention determine whether we choose to associate with and create positive or negative information and energy, but it also determines the meaning. Is the glass half empty or half full? Does the half full glass of water need more water or does the half full glass of air need more air? Being positive is our choice of being whole. Giving the negatives new and positive meaning is our choice. Candace Pert, Ph.D. and medical researcher in her book, Molecules of Emotion, explains how our body is the validation of our mind.

Also, our focus and choice determine whether we keep an open mind, between and within us, and whether we use the positive information that creates compassion, healing, and health.

The placebo effect is not only an example but also proof of what is possible with mind over body. History has proven the placebo (fake drug in a pill or fake medical procedure) works and I have been learning how to make its main ingredient of compassion work even better. See Harnessing Compassion. The placebo is a good example of our mind using compassion to create healing, health and a better reality. And more research has been conducted showing the placebo works than has been conducted on all drugs in the marketplace combined.

Q13. Interviewer. You seem to be talking about compassion as if it were a proven tool.
A13. KCB. Exactly! The Good Samaritan's Compassion Tool is you focusing your attention on creating love for yourself or others to create the positive correlates to enhance your health and create a better reality. Harnessing Compassion and Practices show how to do it. But let me explain one version here as well because it is so easy and very important.

To create the feelings of love, sit or lie down. Start taking slow and deep diaphragmatic breaths to relax while you focus your attention on your heart, the nervous system of which has been demonstrated to be the source of emotions and love. After a few minutes you will be relaxed enough. Then, think of loving relationships in which you can recreate the feelings of love until you well up with tears. You can then focus your compassionate intent, locally and nonlocally, to others or yourself, but if you direct it to others, both you and others will benefit.

We have learned that some people get through the relaxation and heart focus stage but not the welling-up stage. Relaxation and directing your love will work but maybe not as well, so these people should frequently do the deep breathing and heart focusing. Then, when they feel like it, practice the welling-up stage until they get it. Crying and welling-up create health and healing. Our research indicates that not being able to do it correlates with certain deviations from health, like heart disease. So, it is good to be patient with yourself while you learn how to get in touch with your heart and feelings. Some of the science behind this can be found at HeartMath and Benson (click on "Research" at left in Benson's site).

Also, you can create compassionate acts throughout the day simply by making eye contact with and smiling at others. Or you can employ random acts of kindness. I do these types of things whenever I can. I find them to be healthful to others and me. All this is why I chose the name, Good Samaritans International.

The more often you create the feelings of love, the more you will create and experience the positive correlates of love as they come into your life as synchronicities. Creating the feelings of love is like an investment with an ongoing return of incremental health, healing, and many other positive synchronicities.

Regardless of whether our minds are actually connected, or become entangled through our choice to resonate with each other, it might be wise to choose to keep our minds open, at least to positive information all the time. Given that all the energy and information that ever have existed or ever will exist, exist right now, we should be open to them because we need all the help we can get. If our minds are not open, we cannot send, receive, and use all of the available information needed to fully support us from all of the open and resonating minds in the mind matrix.

Q14. Interviewer. Can negative information from our environment hurt us?
A14. KCB. Yes, and it does. Headlines and sound bites from outside of us constantly try to distract and attract our attention from our feelings of love and contentment to their negatives and correlated content. Many of their authors still think they have to use negatives related to fear because for thousands of years fear was the main way to distract and attract our attention. Our research has determined that drug advertising depresses health, as it changes our focus from love and contentment to symptoms and other negatives.

Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. and cell researcher, explains his research in his book, The Biology of Belief. He says our cells are either open for growth or closed for protection. They respond to our environment and more importantly our beliefs about it. How well they respond and adapt determines how successful they are at contributing to, or detracting from, wholeness. If the environment needs our cells to be open for growth but we incorrectly believe something bad is going to happen because we are exposed to negative headlines or sound bites, false fear results and our cells close for protection. The dissonance and its stress result in deviations from wholeness.

Interestingly, our research indicates compassion works better than fear in opening minds and transferring the intent of our information. Instead of “First ya make ‘em sick, …,” just use empathy and care to open their minds, manifest love and successfully transfer your positive information. People will want more of your information and you. Our cells would be open to adapt better to the needs of the changing environment. Compassion is the secret of Dale Carnegie’s book, How To Win Friends and Influence People. It is the way mere consumer products become strong high-equity brands. See From Products To Brands.

Q15. Interviewer. How do I know these things will work for me?
A15. KCB. Well, they work for me and a growing number of my healthier, happier friends. Since there are no negatives in my system, no risk and no cost, maybe you should start using the new Theory of Compassion now and see for yourself. You do not have to throw away the old theory. Once you start experiencing how the new subjective Good Samaritans Compassion Theory of Healing & Health works for the subjective you, you will likely begin to feel the inconsistencies and negatives of modern medicine’s false physical theory, as I did. Each of the last two times I caved in and started taking prescription medicines I could immediately feel their negative effects. I had to stop taking them and get rid of their negatives in my system, while gathering compassion to return from the deviations from health. I should have known better. I now do. Practice makes perfect.

The Compassion Theory of Healing & Health is true and valid. Evidence shows that when we develop a compassion deficiency, too many negatives and/or a closed mind, we get symptoms signaling we are deviating from overall health. When we rebalance our system by eliminating our negatives, replenishing our compassion and opening our mind, the symptoms go away as we return to wholeness.

The Allopathic Theory of curing is false and invalid. Evidence finds it is not a deficiency of drugs and invasive procedures that lead to depression, pain, sickness and disease. But the evidence does find that adding them to our physical system leads to incremental permanent injury and death.

Medical researchers have determined we know our own overall health better than anyone else. See Research/Local. What we subjectively say about our current overall health seems to be a more valid predictor of our future health and life than what physicians measure objectively about our overall physical health. But then, who knows more about you than you?

Also, what we subjectively say about our own overall health influences what becomes of it. Optimism experiments bear this out. See Seligman’s research. (The Science of Optimism and Hope: Research Essays in Honor of Martin E.P. Seligman [Laws of Life Symposia Series, V. 2]) Optimism research shows what we say about optimism not only predicts our overall health but, when we change our optimism and what we say about it, we change our future overall health in that same positive or negative direction.

When I learned that what we say about our health is what becomes of our health, I started to say, “Excellent!” when people greeted me with, “Hi, how are you?” I use their greeting as a reminder to answer how I want to be, not how I am. After a year of doing this I realized I had become excellent. Sometimes, I forget to say excellent and in a knee-jerk reaction say, “Fine.” I use this slip as an early warning signal that I am not focused on what I want—control of my own health. I use my flip answer as a reminder to relax myself and create the feelings of love.

Q16. Interviewer. I am sorry to say our interview is almost over. Would you please summarize for us the new Good Samaritans Compassion Theory of Healing & Health?
A16. KCB. I would be happy to. It seems we are nonphysical entities. I say we are Mind and Information. Quantum physicists say we are made up of vibrating energy and information.

When the compassion energy and information is created and resonates in a pattern of wholeness, representing our ideal, we are healthy. But, sometimes our energy patterns deviate from wholeness as a result of our new attention and intentions or perhaps as a result of those of others toward us. Then, our minds’ attention and intention influence information and energy for a return to wholeness. Quantum physicists and consciousness researchers have found this to be true.

When you stop creating compassion, your focus is more easily diverted to fear and its correlates, and you deviate from wholeness. The most able person to know it first is you. Medical researchers have determined you know more about your own overall health than anyone else. Optimism researchers have determined that your level of optimism or pessimism and your changes in them not only predict but also create changes in your overall health and happiness.

My own research has found that our minds’ attention and intention, local and nonlocal, influence the information and energy of our health and healing, positively and negatively.

It is important to understand that we are nonphysical beings living in a subjective nonlocal reality, where our minds influence the patterns of our energy and information, including health and happiness.

To the contrary, traditional modern medicine in general acts as if we were physical beings, needing to be observed, measured, diagnosed, and treated physically. Most physicians act like they believe the minds of the physician (observer) and patient are not involved. Most of modern medicine tries to subtract and ignore the nonphysical, subjective placebo effect in favor of its physical, objective theory involving expensive scanning machines, pills and procedures. See Modern Medicines Secret.

But the placebo effect of compassion from the patient and physician to the patient’s energy and information pattern is a clear validation of our minds’ influence over healing, health, body and matter. See Harnessing Compassion.

One can collect big money from people who believe in medicine and procedures, not much from people believing in placebos, compassion, and love. Who has the incentive to convert people to The Compassion Theory of Healing & Health? Good Samaritans International does.

There is good news. The large consumer movement toward alternative medicine is the transition phase between local and nonlocal healing. Consumers have started to change their thinking that there is more to healing than allopathic physicians, their physical body scanners, medicine, and procedures. Consumers are on the way to understanding that the common denominator of healing, health, and happiness is not allopathic, complementary, supplementary, alternative, and integrative medicines of herbs, homeopathy, manipulation, and all other physical things from outside us. It is, and has always been, the feelings of compassion and love from within that heal and keep us healthy.

There is real value. The benefits of GSI’s new Compassion Theory is that we heal ourselves, maintain our health, experience no side effects, and do it all for free. Does it help everybody all the time? Probably it does to some extent but not always enough to keep us from dying, something our physical body does that our nonphysical, subjective Mind or Spirit likely does not. See Gary Schwartz’s research in his book, The Afterlife Experiments. I eliminated my fear and stress of dying from reading this book. That will help me live healthier, happier, and longer.

With the GSI Compassion Tool we can create a better reality in all other fields of life, besides healing and health, where the variables are positively correlated with compassion and love.

Q17. Interviewer. Thank you for the interview, K.C. I think, believe and hope your new theory will create a better reality.
A17. KCB. Thank you for your help and this interview. And I thank you, reader.

As people use our information and benefit from its energy, we Good Samaritans could use and would appreciate a commensurate donation. We would pay it forward by continuing our research and disseminating our findings.

Good Samaritans International is helping people create a better reality, starting with healing and health.

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