Listen to Ghis’s Interview HERE
“At eighteen, I wanted to become a philosopher. However, I didn’t believe “thought” contributed much to the well-being of humanity, so I opted instead for a profession which, to my way of thinking, could make a difference, medicine.
I practiced it for over twenty years, although, whenever I could, I set aside one day a week for “thought”. Three subjects were of particular on-going interest to me: medicine, politics, and spirituality.
In medicine, I sought unlimited health. I was convinced that everyone could be in perfect health and that it could be achieved at minimal cost.
In politics, I wanted to decentralize power; to put it back into the hands of those to whom it belongs, the people.
As for spirituality, I searched for the absolute. I discovered the world of the invisible and its precedence over the visible world.
I traveled down many roads, teaching, writing books and articles, reporting, giving lectures and holding workshops. I also founded an association for business women. All the while, I pursued my medical activities, specialising in the field of phlebology. I established a number of treatment centres in Canada and in the USA. I came to understand the real inner workings of the health industry.
All this travel and experimentation made me realise that the only solution was individual sovereignty; the supreme authority lies within and each is sovereign and idessic.
I stopped fighting the authorities. I stopped trying to change the system, or the world for that matter. I stopped trying to play the role of a saviour. I learned to change myself and to obey my soul/conscience. I came to the conclusion that true idessity is inherent to us all as individuals. The original vibration which created the universe is within each person. I called it Idessa.”
- We created the system; we think the authority is outside us, but it is inside each individual
- Madame Ghis explains why she says, “stop going to the doctor!”
- The only and ultimate power is within
- Living in the world of illusion
- Madame Ghis shares some background of how she landed herself in jail
- The system is the body, the patient is the soul: The patient is serving the system when the system should be serving the patient
- Discover who we are and become who we are is why we are here says Madame Ghis
- Rockefeller started this system in 1910
- Why do we want to trust someone other than ourselves?
- Taking complete responsibility: Do we really need car, home, health and other insurances?
- and more!