Freeing our Minds to Reclaim our Nations, November 13, 2016

Republic of Kanata
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Freeing our Minds to Reclaim our Nations
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Kevin Annett and guest Sandra Fecht

Freeing our Minds to Reclaim our Nations: Lessons from Cult Ritual Survivors

Headlined, Radio Free Kanata, November 13, 2016

Broken Chain
Broadcast Date: 
November 13, 2016
This Sunday November 13 on Radio Free Kanata:
Freeing our Minds to Reclaim our Nations: Lessons from Cult Ritual Survivors
on at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern time
An Exclusive Interview with therapist Sandra Fecht
"We must win our soul independence or our political independence will mean nothing" - Mohandas Gandhi
As part of our continuing series in creating a movement to break the hold of the Corporatocracy on our lives, Radio Free Kanata features Sandra Fecht, who has pioneered recovery work among survivors of Satanic and other cult ritual crimes. We will examine how minds are enslaved and the means of breaking that control. The connection between cult ritual crimes, child trafficking and ongoing genocide will be discussed.
This program will also feature an update on the reclamation actions and protests at criminally convicted churches being planned for Sunday November 20; and the online common law training workshops scheduled for our upcoming programs.
With your regular host Kevin Annett.
Here is the MP3 link to last week's important interview with front line Anishinabe elder Peter Yellowquill:
Harriet Tubman

Guest, Sandra Fecht

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Sandra Fecht
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Philosophy of Counseling

I recognize the value in every human being and do my best to have every client not only reach the goals they want, but to thrive in life.

Each of us is a multilevel being; biological, psychological, cognitive, relational, emotional, energetic, and spiritual.  These levels influence each other.  We all know that if you are in discomfort in any way that it will influence your mood.   The point of cause for the reason a person seeks treatment could be on any of the aforementioned levels.  This is why a therapist needs to address the various levels in each client.

Working from the simple to the complex, the client is able to address their needs and improve their life.

To recognize the unique abilities in each person and work to bring out the best in everyone. The client is given tools with which they can work to improve their lives in their own way.  In counseling, I not only share skills you need to improve your life in the way you want, but reveal the very processes by which this can be accomplished.  Increasingly, you take control of your own process of self improvement.

As the cause of the problem can be completely different from person to person, so too are the solutions. By considering all the possible factors, your problem can be addressed with an attainable solution that is unique to you.

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