Working with the 1/66 Dual Frequency

I am one of the Krones of the International Koalition of Krones. This is a Transcript of my talk on the IKoK Chat on May, 7th 2021.

The International Koalition of Krones (IKoK) is an international group of Spiritually Awakened Wise Women whose goal is to assist the Collective in it’s continued Spiritual Awakening & Consciousness Expansion Journey during this time on Earth referred to as “The Great Awakening”

The Founder of the IKoK, Essence Ka tha’ras, is, amongst many other things, a Master Metatronic Numerologist. If you wish to explore her work, and the work of the IKoK, there are links at the end of this post. There are also You Tube and Soundcloud links to the full IKoK Chat if you wish to know more about the work we do.


A couple of weeks ago Essence retrieved, and shared with the Krones, the I AM Keyword Phrase for the 1/66 Dual frequency.

The 1/66 Dual is a phrase that struck an immediate chord with me, so much so that I had to ask Essence to repeat it simply so that I could soak it in.  That’s happened a couple of time before, where I have heard one of the I AM Keyword phrases and felt it resonate right through me, and I have over time, come to understand that when this happens it means that this is an area where I have work to do.  Work for me as an individual; work for me as an individual part of the Collective and work for the entire Collective Consciousness of Humanity – and beyond.

So I had to delve deeply into this frequency in order bring about for me, an understanding of what exactly this frequency means and how it can be of assistance.   I needed to work to bring that ephemeral understanding – that gut feeling – into the physical world because that’s where I live and where I work, and if I didn’t understand that depth, how can I understand it enough to use it to be of assistance in this physical reality?

I am a person who has, in many ways, fought with my physicality all my life.  I’m a dancer.  I was accepted into the Royal Ballet School in London – except, after two years of auditions and interviews, I was told that it didn’t matter how talented I was, I would never succeed because I wouldn’t grow tall enough.  They were right.  I’m barely 5ft tall and that has given me a lot of logistical problems like how to reach things on the top shelf at the supermarket!

I’ve fought with my physicality through my health too.  I’ve had times of severe illness where I’ve had to literally crawl my way back to a semblance of health.  I’ve had my arguments with my mental and emotional self too.    I’ve had two mental breakdowns, PTSD, grief.  Never forget, your mental and emotional health is an aspect of the physical Self.

And so, when I heard this I AM Keyword Phrase, and it resonated so deeply within me, I knew I had to work with this.  As Essence says, Everything is Energy, Frequency, Vibration – and that very much includes the words we use.  We talk to our bodies.  We tell them that they can get better, that they can improve, that they can stop being sick.  But we also invariably use words that don’t carry quite the right frequency and so we often get disheartened and very often fail in achieving the health we seek.  I know this.  I’ve worked really hard to get my health where it is, but I also know that I’m not where I want to be.  There is something missing.  Something I’m still not doing right. 

It’s a pet topic of mine – how the words we use, how the frequencies attached to the words we use, can actually be stopping us in achieving what we want to achieve.   The 1/66 Dual I AM Keyword Phrase, removes the frequency problems.  It tells each cell in our bodies exactly what it needs to hear.  I have lived with chronic pain for many years.  About 20 years ago I was told that I needed to use a wheelchair and get a full time carer to look after me.  I fought this and although my physical life is amazing in comparison to what was expected, I still live in almost constant pain. 

I have been using this I AM phrase on a daily basis, like a mantra, for the last week or so.  I’ve also been moving house – which means lifting heavy boxes and furniture.  My housemate is seriously ill and unable to help a whole lot, so most of the work has been mine.  I should be a physical wreak by now – but I have actually experienced several pain-free days.  It’s amazing, it’s almost unheard of.

Is this a ‘miracle cure?’ Do a bit of chanting and all is well?  Nope.  Not at all.  This I AM Keyword Phrase takes the guess-work out of using the correct frequency to aid you in improving the wellbeing of your physical body.  YOU still have to do the work.  You cannot and should not abdicate responsibility for your physical Self.  That responsibility is yours.

For me, in using this 1/66 Dual Frequency every day, several things became clear and I’d like to share these with you.  But first, let’s hear this phrase again and then we’ll break it down:

1/66 Dual. 

I AM Physical Form perfected.

I AM Somatic and Psychic Dis-ease Experienced and Acknowledged.

I AM Healed.


I AM Physical Form Perfected.
What is meant by that?  Does it mean that I have a perfect body?  That I look good in a way that society accepts as ‘perfect?’  Well, no.  I’m in my 60’s; I’m fat; I’m short; I have a heap of aches and pains that affect how I move and what I am capable of doing.  My body is far from what is considered ‘perfect.’

Yet…  I have a body that is a miracle.  A body, that despite all the stuff I’ve done to it, is still very functional.   It is a design that has developed over eons to become the perfect vehicle that transports me where I need to go, that allows me to achieve what I need to do. If I want to scratch my nose, I can scratch my nose without even thinking about it.  There are so many areas that function in perfect synchronicity, performing the dance that is Life.  It is a body that surrounds me, protects me, that holds safe the core of what makes me ME.  I AM Physical Form perfected.

I AM Somatic and Psychic Dis-ease Experienced and Acknowledged.
Let’s look at this.

Somatic – to do with the physical body, with skin and joints and tissues;
Psychic – having to do with the mind and the Spirit rather than the body.
Both body and mind are able to function at less than optimal.  They are subject to disease and illness.

There is a belief that this Reality is a school.  A place where Beings: Souls, Starseeds, Lightworkers – whatever you wish to call yourself, come in order to experience and learn.  In this belief, many of us, indeed most of us will take on the experience of the body and the mind not working at its optimum, of being dis-eased.  In this belief, we have agreed to experience these things, before we even came into this current lifetime reality. 

I AM Somatic and Psychic Dis-ease Experienced and Acknowledged.  Here we make a statement that we have experienced the physical and mental abilities of our human body not working at optimal.   We are confirming that we have completed the lesson and that we acknowledge the completion.

The lesson is no longer needed.  It is completed, therefore I AM Healed.
 

Now.  I could stop there.  I AM Healed.  There is a finality about that statement, isn’t there – I AM Healed. There’s no going back once you have made a statement like that.  It IS an acknowledgement on all levels.  I AM Healed.  They are powerful words.  Those words put your dis-ease and illness in the past.

What I am not saying though, is “I am healed but, why do I still hurt?”   Or “I am healed – but I’m still overwhelmed by the problems in my life.”    There is no separating the physical from the spiritual  and we’ve just come to understand the Energetic – the Spiritual – meaning of this I AM Keyword Phrase for the 1/66 Dual Frequency, but the problem we have is that we are human. 

Our physical body is human and yes, we have just acknowledge how amazing a human body can be, but we seem to have wandered into a time where we’ve forgotten that our physicality and our spirituality are not separate things.  They are like pylons driven into opposite banks over a river holding up the bridge.  But the bridge is very wobbly and we have to do the work to connect those pylons.  To strengthen that bridge. 

Within most religions there are stories of how the Master says to the cripple “You can walk” and the cripple stands up, wobbles a bit, takes a few steps and lo!  A miracle. 

If I were to say to you,  “You are healed – you can walk.”  You’d be more likely to answer “Yeah.  Right.”  Some would say that is because the age of miracles is past.  Or maybe it’s because human limitation says that speaking words – however powerful – doesn’t fix the problem.  The science doesn’t pan out.  What needs to happen is that we have to take action steps. 

Let me give you an example.  I mentioned earlier that I’ve had some pretty big run-ins with my physical and mental health.  I’m going to tell you a story about one of those things.  23 years ago I was nursing my husband at home.  He had terminal brain cancer and I got up in the middle of the night to check on him and decided to make a bathroom trip.  As I stepped into the bathroom, suddenly all feeling from my lower body went, just like that.  I collapsed on the bathroom floor, paralysed.  I was there for hours until gradually the feeling came back and I was able to pull myself out of that room.

The next two years saw the difficulties of being widowed compounded by hospital visits, medical tests, drugs: painkillers, anti-inflammatories.  And they had side effects for which I was given more drugs.  I still had periods of paralysis.  I could be walking through the office, and the next minute I’d be on the floor.  The pain I lived with was horrendous. 

And nobody could work out what the problem was, and it was very definitely not getting better.  One day my doctor told me that it wouldn’t be long until I couldn’t walk at all and it was time to consider finding a full-time carer to look after me and to start using a wheelchair.

I had a choice.  I could take that route, but instead I took the most important action step in my life and I said,  “No.  That picture you paint isn’t me.”    Every Master, Teacher, Saint, Angel could have said to me, those words, of the 1/66 Dual.  They could have said “You are Healed” until they were blue in the face, and I would have answered “Yeah.  Right.”   Because I knew that the only person in the world who could say those words to me, was me.  I AM Healed. 

Did that mean I was physically healed.  No.  Because my body is human.  It needed time.  It was Energetically healed because I made the choice, the commitment, to be Healed.  Because I knew the action steps I needed to take, but it took time for my body to recover from the damage. 

Many of us will reach a point where we need to make a choice in which direction to go.  We could make the comfortable choice, the one where we know what happens on a day to day basis; where things might get a bit rocky every now and then, but we where we feel safe because we are in a situation we understand and know.  It’s familiar.  It’s our Comfort Zone. And even extreme pain can be comfortable.

Or we can choose to take action steps to change the things we know need changing in order to effect that healing.

That time of choice for the individual arrives every time you have a situation where you know that something is not right.  That choice could be something huge like choosing to stay or to leave an abusive situation, or it could be that you need to look to your physical health because your comfort zone isn’t going to give you a long and happy life.

That choice I made that day, to not accept that wheelchair, was a major pivot point in my life.  I’ll tell you a little more in the next chat, but it was that decision, and the knowledge that I had only to do the needed work, that pointed me in the direction that has brought me here today.

It was that choice, together with almost 20 years of taking action steps, of constantly pushing myself outside of my comfort zone, that has allowed me to be in a situation where I can indirectly give back to those all those who have aided me.  And I do that through service to the community I live in, to the individuals, who make up the CCoH, to the CCoH as a whole – and to me.  I, and only I, can Heal myself – I cannot abdicate responsibility to others.  I must be involved in my own healing.  I could be guided, but I, the ME who fills this physical body, I had to do the work that was needed. 

I knew, deep within that if I tried to only heal my physical body without commitment, belief  and action I couldn’t heal.  I knew that if I relied solely on someone else doing the healing for me – in my case, doctors prescribing drugs –  and didn’t get off my butt and push my body into taking those action steps, I couldn’t heal. 

You can’t separate the physical from the spiritual.  Doctors, alternative healing like Reiki or other energy work – even chanting the 1/66 Dual Keyword phrase, won’t do it – won’t bring about a healing – if you don’t step out of that comfort zone and take the steps you need to do, to heal yourself.  Healing is not a passive activity.

And when you understand that, then you can say those powerful words with the deeper understanding that is needed.  I AM Healed.

OM AkarapariNAma Anandaham
Krone Auri’An

Links:

Facebook: International Koalition of Krones: https://www.facebook.com/IKoK2266
Facebook: The Path to Ein Teri Y’h: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EinTeriYh
You Tube Chat May 7th 2021: https://youtu.be/XHYdQcW9XRo
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/essence-ka-tharas/ikok-chat-may-7-2021-expanding-your-comfort-zone-from-the-inside-out
Web: http://www.shambahallanewearth.com/

To the 7th Generation

Photo by Jannis Lucas on Unsplash

I grew up in the UK.  In a time where the entire world always seemed to fighting.  In my home town we had to deal with the IRA; with a very militant Green Peace and, because we had two nuclear power stations in the area and our main industry was the building of nuclear submarines, my town was on the Cold War strike list.  Those Big Red Buttons – one in the USA and one in Russia – could fire armed warheads straight at my town if the people who ran those countries decided to have a hissy fit.  At 17 years old, I had to take a course so that I could recognise letter bombs because I was working in a lawyers office and it wasn’t a far stretch of the imagination that we would receive such a thing – and I opened the mail. It sometimes happened that I’d go into the town and find the chalked outlines of people lying on the street as if they had been killed.  It was just a demonstration, but it was a powerful one.  This was life. At least nobody in my home town were being shot at.

Media were very vigilant in their reporting of every act of warfare, torture, famine, racial riots.  Fake news wasn’t needed – there was plenty of drama to build fear without that.

For me, that eventually brought me to a point where, in my mid 20’s, I couldn’t handle the Energy of it any more and I had my first mental breakdown.  I had an amazing doctor, one who listened when I said I couldn’t be hospitalised because I had a baby to look after.  Instead he gave me his lunch hours and let me talk; gave me coping tools.  I learned how to cope with life.  I did it by burying my head in the sand and refusing to watch the world.  I have refused to watch the world for 40 years.  Until this year.

Now I watch our young people also being forced to live through trauma.  But this is trauma of such a different kind.  In my day you knew the direction that death was likely to come from.  You lived it.  It was ‘normal’ and you just got on with life.  You played out with your friends, you went to school, you got into trouble, you left school at 15 and went straight into your first job…..  You lived life with that shadow hanging over you. You and every other person you knew and you were able to deal with it because you were in the same boat as everyone else.  You were together in a situation that you had no way to control.  You were TOGETHER.

Our kids though? They have that shadow hanging over them but for them the direction the fear is coming from is far less solid.  The fear and anger and trauma of my young life damaged me.  I’ve struggled emotionally all my life – rolling from one drama to the next, usually in tears – and I wasn’t isolated behind a mask.  I wasn’t separated from everyone else by 6ft.  I wasn’t taught to fear everyone.  How are our children going to cope with the trauma of the isolation and separation they are having to face right now? 

I watch the news nowadays.  It’s been a baptism of fire after 40 years of not watching any form of news.  I think this avoidance has given me an unique view of what is happening.  I’m observing but I’m not caught up in the fervour.  I see the politicising of what is basically a bad strain of the flu.  I cannot think of it as anything other.  I am a survivor of Bird Flu.  I was probably one of the first people in Australia to get the Bird Flu – it was in 2004, a year before that pandemic was fully felt and there was no restrictions put upon me. It took me about 6 months to get to the point where I wasn’t coughing my guts up at the slightest exertion. It has the same symptoms as Covid-19; it’s passed on in the same way – through air-borne droplets from coughs and sneezes.  And it carried a 68% mortality rate.  Only 32 people out of every 100 that caught Bird Flu lived to tell the tale.  This is the event that resulted in the guidelines being written for dealing with a pandemic – those very ones that governments around the world are ignoring or twisting to their own point of view.  The ones that say we don’t need to wear masks, or quarantine, or close down borders or totally trash the economic balance of the world.

But the point of all this rambling is our children.  How are they being helped through these times.  I watch the news.  Remember, it’s something that is new to me.  I see adults who are angry.  I see adults who are fearful.  I see adults yelling for this or that or the other.  I see adults killing each other.  I see adults accusing other adults of the most heinous acts of depravity.  I see adults exerting power over the lives of others.  I see this as videos on social media – where the kids could also potentially see them.  I see adults complaining that they are only allowed out for one hour of exercise.  I see adults complaining that they can’t go for a drive if they want to, that they can’t go to the beach, or to the pub, or to work, or that they have lost their work.  I see adults talking about themselves and other adults.

I see news-readers bravely telling us of the politicians and others with self-inflated egos using the fear that has been generated to bolster their own agendas.  Here in Australia we wobble on the edge of dictatorship, where we are not allowed to leave the country or travel interstate; where a pregnant mum can be arrested in front of her children for posting on Facebook that she would like to see a peaceful demonstration. Where a young lady is not allowed to go to her father’s funeral or comfort her 11 year old sister.

But tell me – where are the adults who are advocating in the public media for the children? I know they must be there, working for the children, but their voice is drowned out by the adults talking about adults.  The education department in my state have put out guidelines to teachers.  I volunteer at my local school and I see first-hand how our teachers are doing an amazing job, they are doing their best to help the kids – but they are not mental-health professionals. There should be a huge blast of very visible resources for helping our children.

I don’t see a focus on the care of our children on the news programmes I watch.  Maybe I’m watching the wrong ones.  Our children are hidden behind the fear of the adults.  They are being poisoned by the fear and anger of adults.  They are being poisoned by their imprisonment and separation caused by the adult fear of something that kills a very small percentage of people.  To save one life, we damage thousands.

Eventually these children are going to have to take on the reins of government, of corporate venture.  They are going to be the ones who will guide us into the future of humanity and we are damaging them.  We are causing untold trauma to our young people, and like me, when I was younger, most of them will have no way to express it.  They probably don’t even recognise the damage.  I know I didn’t.  It becomes normalised, and it’s frightening to think that our children will think it normal to remain separate to others, to fear others. Our children being isolated from other children is not a future I want to envisage – but I can’t help but see it.  It took me until I reached my 60’s to fully understand and work my way through the fears of my childhood. 

We keep saying that we’re working for a better future.  But we focus on the wrong things.  I see people becoming angry and fearful about the illusions spread by cultish groups, fears, for example, of children being taken by those using Blackmagic; being tortured for some enzyme that supposedly can extend life; being kidnapped, raped in unbelievable numbers.  I’m not saying that children are not being kidnapped and abused, what I am saying is are you protecting your own children – or are they being exposed this?  I know that such a thing would have terrified me as a child if I’d happened to overhear my parents talking of such things.


Our children, and their children and their children’s children ARE our future.  And we don’t even recognise how much we are hurting them, damaging them mentally, emotionally and socially with our adult fears and our anger. Is it really surprising that suicide rates in young people is rising?

I know of a people who don’t only consider their children’s welfare – or their children’s children even – every decision, every interaction considers, as a priority, the welfare of the children of these people to the 7th generation. 

Why, when it is so clear to see that THIS, our children to the 7th generation, is the future of humanity; why can’t we make that same consideration?  We’ve been focused on NOW for too long.  Focusing on Now isn’t necessarily wrong, but we need to make sure that the Now we focus on is from the perspective of how it will affect the next 7 generations – 200 years.

What is our future going to look like in 200 years down this current timeline?  When that 7th generation are coming into their power.  What are future historians going to say about this point in history?  Those future historians are your children’s children. 

YOU are your children’s ancestor.  YOU are creating the world they will be living in. 

Please, think about what are you creating?

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