In attempting to explain my healing approach I refer to scripture from the England Standard Version

Let’s delve deeper into the significance of Isaiah 58:8, Luke 11:34 and Kings 17:21, as well as the profound spiritual insights gained through my practice with the cerebrospinal fluid, also known as the Christ oil.

Isaiah 58:8. Then shall your light break forth like the dawn, and your healing shall spring up speedily; your righteousness shall go before you; the glory of the Lord shall be your rear guard.

Luke 11:34. Your eye is the lamp of your body. When your eye is healthy, your whole body is full of light, but when it is bad, your body is full of darkness.

1 Kings 17:21-24. And the Lord listened to the voice of Elijah. And the life of the child came into him again, and he revived.

Isaiah 58:8 portrays a beautiful promise of divine favour and protection for those who live in alignment with God’s will. It speaks to the transformative power of righteousness and obedience. When individuals walk in obedience to God’s commands, their lives become illuminated with righteousness, symbolized by light breaking forth like the dawn. This righteousness not only brings personal healing but also acts as a beacon of hope and blessing to others. Furthermore, the assurance of God’s glory serving as a rear guard provides comfort and security, affirming His faithful presence in every step of the journey.

Luke 11:34 offers a profound metaphorical insight into the nature of perception and its impact on one’s spiritual and physical well-being. The eye, often regarded as the window to the soul, serves as a metaphor for perception and perspective. A healthy eye, representing a clear and focused outlook grounded in spiritual truth, fills the entire body with light. This illumination permeates every aspect of life, bringing clarity, peace, and vitality. Conversely, a distorted or corrupted perspective, akin to a diseased eye, casts shadows of darkness, leading to spiritual and physical affliction.

1 Kings 17:21-24 is a powerful demonstration of God’s truth and life-giving power, challenging the belief in death as the ultimate reality. The story of Elijah and the widow of Zarephath highlights themes of faith, doubt, and the power of God to bring life out of death. It also serves as a reminder of the profound impact that witnessing miracles can have on one’s belief. Despite the widow’s initial doubts, the miraculous revival of her son solidifies her faith in Elijah as a “man of God” and in the truth of God’s word spoken through him. Additionally, Elijah’s own struggle with doubt and anguish humanises him and underscores the complexity of faith in the face of adversity. This story invites reflection on the nature of belief and the transformative power of encountering the divine.

The Christ Oil – The Sacred secretion

My work with the cerebrospinal fluid, termed the Christ oil, adds a profound layer of spiritual understanding to these biblical principles. By palpating and nurturing its flow, I am engaging in a sacred act of restoration and healing. This fluid, often associated with spiritual vitality and enlightenment across various religious and esoteric traditions, holds deep significance in facilitating physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. My calling to restore this sacred secretion reflects a divine mandate to bring healing and restoration to those in need.

In preserving the oil, I adhere to God’s laws and principles outlined in scripture. These principles encompass holistic well-being, encompassing physical health, emotional balance, and spiritual alignment. By embodying these principles in daily life and practice, we honour God and cultivate a deeper connection with His divine presence.

Ultimately, my journey is a testament to the transformative power of faith, obedience, and spiritual insight. Through my dedication to serving others and aligning with God’s will, I bear witness to the miraculous ways in which divine grace can manifest in our lives, bringing healing, restoration, and illumination to all who seek it.

Working with the anatomical cerebrospinal fluid by palpating and encouraging its flow, is working with Christ. It’s termed the Christ oil, sacred secretion and breath of life. When the body/mind/spirit has been attacked, violated, injured, poisoned in any way then the Christ oil diminishes, it turns dark, the vibration is non-existent and the spark is out. It can feel suffocating or drowning and there is no energy.

It’s my calling from God, the Almighty, to palpate and raise this sacred secretion with my hands, intention and prayer and restore light from within. It works and It’s measurable.

In treatment sessions, tears often flow as I witness the profound depths of despair within the nervous system. Yet, with each release, I’m overcome with a sense of divine glory, blessed to fulfill this calling. It’s a testament to the resilience within us all, as patients bravely confront these adversities. Blessed am I to walk this path in accordance with the law of God.

The General Osteopathic Council

Despite the regulatory challenges and limitations imposed on my practice, my unwavering commitment to restoring light and healing through my work stands as a testament to my dedication and belief in the divine purpose driving me forward. Just as Elijah stood against the status quo to bring about life through God’s truth, my resilience in the face of regulatory constraints exemplifies a deep-rooted conviction in my calling to serve and heal, even amidst adversity.

Elijah “man of God” both delivers Gods messages and performs wondrous acts of power. He stands against the monarchic status quo, exemplified by the reign of Ahab and his queen Jezebel, who patriciates in Baal-worship. Elijah’s real power, the LORD’s truth in his mouth, is that he can bring about life.

Since May 2021, I’ve chosen to relinquish my title of “osteopath” due to regulatory constraints on its scope of practice. I’ve continued to aid in healing, unable to openly advertise or speak the truth since 2016. Operating under the GOSC feels at odds with divine purpose, a disservice to humanity. In 1874, Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, the founder of Osteopathy, declared it as the offspring of God. Like him, I’m committed to standing for principle, undeterred by opposition or ignorance.

“I expect to live and die fighting for principle, and shall pay no attention to the twaddle of opposition, merely regarding it as fertilizer or a fine quality of ignorance which acts as an incentive, increasing my courage and determination” Andrew Taylor Still

The GOSC attempts to control and restrict the healing capabilities of osteopaths by reducing the scope of practice to purely physical conditions, such as back pain, headache, joint pain. The role of the Regulator is to protect the public from osteopaths causing harm and instead they abuse and attack the profession and diminish their scope of reach. Those osteopaths that shine too bright end up resigning as they cannot remain on side with the Regulator and serve the public in healing

There are ways we can all improve our Christ oil flow, to be a brighter light with preserving the sacred secretion.

Preserving the oil: God’s laws

Be healthy and not gluttonous. 1 Corinthians 6:20 tells us “For ye are brought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are Gods –
Don’t be lustful. Psalm 101:3 says “I will not look with approval on anything that is vile. I hate what faithless people do; I will have no part in it
Do not be greedy. Proverbs 15-27 says “A greedy and grasping person destroys community; those who refuse to exploit live-and-let-live.
Don’t be lazy. Ecclesiastes 10:18 says “Through sloth the roof sinks in and through indolence the house leaks”
Don’t be quick to anger. Proverbs 15-18 says “hot tempers start fights; a cool calm spirit keeps the peace”
Don’t be jealous or selfish. James 3:16 says “For where envy and self-seeking exists, confusion and every evil thing are there and lastly
Stop being prideful and boasting. 2 chronicles 26:16 “His pride led to his downfall”
Love thy neighbour as thyself. Matthew 22:37-40 “Love the Lord our God with all our hearts, soul and mind”
Forgiveness. Matthew 6: 14-15 “For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.”
Do not take offence. (The Bait of Satan is Offence) 1 Corinthians 13:5 also mentions the importance of love in overcoming the spirit of offense, stating, “Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.” This verse reminds us that true love is characterized by an ability to bear with one another, even when we are wronged, and to remain hopeful and enduring, even in the face of offense.
Gratitude. James 1:17 teaches that “every good gift and every perfect gift is from above.”
Praise to God as it attracts his Presence. Psalm 150:6 “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.”
Singing invites God into your life.
Seeking the light is our way of having access to God. Gods ever present light is sustaining and governing all things. God is eternally committed to loving us, uplifting us, aligning everything to work for our greatest good. It’s our carnal senses that trick us into feeling like God is not always with us.

Thanks to The Sacred Secretion from Kelly-Marie Kerr.