I have spent a lot of time with the Divine Mother since February, 2015. She has worked assiduously over the course of the last 20 years opening the Gates of Paradise. She is also a healer. She visualizes what’s wrong and uses “light” as a healing element. Some people might call it Qi, but she insists on referring to the healing element as “light”. As someone who has undergone her treatments, I can personally vouch for the fact that I did experience improved blood circulation in my ankles and feet. Whether these are the symptoms of gout or Type 2 diabetes is not absolutely certain, but the disease has definitely been bound and defeated by The Mother.
She also made me aware of a little known fact. She explained that each of the organs of the body is connected to a certain attribute. In the case of the pancreas, the organ is connected to true identity. She informed me that my bipolar-like symptoms produced the illness. She explained an entity residing within me had learned to copy me and was essentially attempting a takeover. Because my pancreas produces insulin specific to me, my pancreas stops producing insulin whenever this entity is in a dominant position in my psyche as this would give it the information it needed to complete the takeover. Hence, the best way to defeat the enemy within is by not feeding it. My symptoms have been relieved and the shape and tone of my feet is much improved. The blood circulation is also considerably more efficient.
In light of this, the Cherokee fable about the White and Dark Wolves is completely apropos. When the chief explains to his son that there is a battle within everyone between the White and Dark Wolves, the son asks which one wins. The Cherokee chief answers that it is the one we feed. I am still undergoing the battle between the White and Dark Wolves. I am learning to tame the Dark Wolf. He is howling and baying at the moon a lot less. I am getting better, learning to control my rages in these enormously challenging End Times when many of us are attempting to expurgate and exorcise our Dark Wolves. I wish you all the best of luck with your battle, because the outcome is never certain. Just remember that the victorious wolf is the one we feed.