A Little bit of Knowledge

November 20, 2022by Sheila Kennedy

A Little bit of Knowledge

Tonight on Welcome to the 1% I am planning on exploring a number of issues; these range from the ‘A little bit of knowledge can be dangerous’, Should that be taken with a grain of salt’?, ‘Just because I say so does not make it true’ and possibly a few more.


I have been reading and observing some recent FB posts on a variety of subjects and these have brought a number of issues to my mind that I feel are worth sharing.

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Leigh Kerr great i look forward to it…can you say what the topics actually are please Sheila Kennedy ?

Sheila Kennedy Hi Leigh Kerr, <3 I shared a post earlier from Jacquelene Close Moore a well respected and world renowned psychic who is also a friend and colleague. Jacquelene made some very valid points and these echoed another series of posts that I have been following . on the ethics and intentions of those who offer advice, services and more.

The majority of people who come from a space of light and love do so from the best of intentions, however there are at times those who are still in the early stages of their development may have a less than beneficial influence on the client or person asking for advice.

Another subject I plan on touching on is do we follow the advice of some of the Associations and Boards of Professionals who advise us in what we should eat for example, I shared a post earlier on the American Heart Association and its recommendations so I will be exploring that also as well as my ;Just because I say so doesnt make it true’ which has been a comment of mine for many many years, it really is about exploring how something resonates for you rather than accepting at face value simply because X, Y or Z said so

Sheila Kennedy For those who are interested in healthy eating and the good fats and oils I recommend reading Delia McCabe‘s book Feed Your Brain, I will be talking about Delia McCabe on tonight’s show and sharing her website, so for those who have asked for it connect with Delia onhttp://www.lighterbrighteryou.life/


A Little Bit of Knowledge


Jacquelene Close Moore

Last week I took the rare decision not to lock the door while in a booking, as my son was sitting out the reception area. While I was in an appointment with a client, someone walked in off the street and said they wanted to work for me, as a psychic.

My son was, at first, polite and clear at explaining that I was in a booking, busy for the rest of the day, and that I don’t hire people, ( although I do, on occasion, hire out my offices to others that I know well).

The visitor continued to press him “but I felt really drawn to come in here,” they asserted… and kept talking, and, talking.

He got pretty direct at that point, and they left… and when I say pretty direct, I understate that by about 1000%. It was because they kept persisting beyond a clear and defined statement and polite refusal.

While I felt for the mystery visitor on one hand, on the other hand, I felt they had to accept their part in that outcome… especially if claiming to be a psychic, because they didn’t accurately read that situation or his reaction beforehand… and they had no concept of boundaries, and boundaries are a key attribute of an effective psychic/medium/ etc…

It’s best to discern what you are picking up, and if the person you are saying it to neither asked you nor gave permission – and especially if they didn’t give you permission – perhaps just leave it there.

At times I hear psychics stick with the one line of commentary in a reading with a calller or a client and despite the client really truly not relating to the “message” at all, and I can see it doesn’t match the person they are reading for, it becomes an uncomfortable cringe of emabarrasment for all present and witnessing it except the less self aware person giving the reading.
This only happens where they persist, press, and continue with that stubborn line well beyond normal boundaries instead of moving on to something that the person can relate to and make use of.

It’s a bit like the beginner courses and public events people invite me to as a participant when I was reading for the public, some times, when the person inviting me was still in nappies. It’s kind of amusing in one way, and an indictment on the skills they claim to teach, in another way.

In short, if someone says “no,” learn how to let it go.
Lots of love


Karen Maree Langford

Omg! It gets worse! Friends are contacting me saying Sheryl Frasier (name spelt slightly different so that she doesn’t Sue me as a friend just pointed out!!) a psychic/medium from NZ is a scam as she is pushing coaching and healing sessions on to people at $400 a session. A fb friend this morning said she kept messaging her and insisting she do 3 of these a week for 10 weeks =$12000 and kept messaging her to put the money in her account!! And when one friend said that if she had any healing sessions she would prefer to do it thru Karen and SF said No my guides says it has to be thru me! WTF! Please be wary people! Lots of friends have contacted me saying that she sent them a friend request!! And she gives them a free mini readings then pushes coaching or healing sessions! I have only heard of this kind of thing before, never witnessed it! The nerve of some people praying on vulnerable people is beyond me!!!!!! Was I right to name her just now?!? I will live with any karma from this! This is so wrong on many levels!!!!

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Why Coconut Oil Won’t Kill You, But Listening to the American Heart Association Might!

You may have seen the news late last week about the latest “Presidential Advisory” on dietary fats released from the American Heart Association (AHA) published online in Circulation. The part of this report that seems to be making the most news around the internet is that coconut oil is unhealthy. In the last few days I’ve seen titles like “Coconut Oil is as Bad as Butter”, “Coconut Oil is Unhealthy and Has Never Been Healthy”. Not only do these types of headlines cause increased confusion for the general population, for those of us who understand the nuances and politics behind the AHA’s statement it’s absolutely infuriating. So, I thought I would write a rebuttal and present some actual facts about why their latest advice, and their continued promotion of inflammatory foods like margarine (yes, seriously) should be taken with a grain of salt.

Who is the American Heart Association?

The American Heart Association was founded by a group of cardiologists in 1924. Its purpose is to fight heart disease and stroke by funding research, promoting certain public health policies, and providing education to the public. With heart disease being the leading cause of death in the United States, this is clearly important work, but their effectiveness is clouded by politics and a questionable interpretation of science. They have repeatedly promoted the replacement of saturated fat with omega-6 (inflammatory) polyunsaturated fats in order to reduce heart disease risk, a recommendation that simply has not been supported by current research.

Additionally, as with any non-profit organization, the AHA needs money. The best place to get money is from corporate sponsors, which for them include Subway, Cheerios, and Bayer. In addition, the AHA allows companies to purchase a “seal of approval”, known as the Heart Check Program, that can be put on certain food products that meet specific criteria. Some of these products include Honey Nut Cheerios, Orange Juice, and V8 Fusion. The products endorsed by this program are generally high in refined carbohydrates and contain a lot of sugar. Not to mention, only the companies who can afford to pay the fee for the “Heart Check” label are allowed to use it on their packaging. Even for a non-profit, that many corporate connections make me question the validity of their claims and how they are analyzing the available data on heart disease.

The Problem with Nutrition Research

It’s not a surprise the AHA was able to spin the current research to match their overall message. Nutrition research is confusing because of a variety of problems with how research is conducted and analyzed. Here are some general reasons why it is almost impossible to conduct the type of double-blind, research study necessary to determine cause and effect in the area of nutrition:

  • Funding for research is provided by government organizations or corporations. This influences the type of research that is funded and the types of findings that come out of research as a result.
  • People lie about what they eat. Unless you lock people up and control every aspect of their diet, it is impossible to determine exactly what someone is eating. Food records, food frequency questionnaires, and interviews are all inaccurate.
  • Most nutrition research is based on epidemiological data that can only show correlations, or connections, and cannot determine causation between two variables. For example, the number of films Nicolas Cage has been in correlates with the number of people who have drowned falling into a pool.

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Saturated Fat and Heart Disease

In recent years, there have been 17 meta-analyses and systematic reviews conducted that have not found a clear link between saturated fat intake and heart disease. Of those that reviewed clinical trials on the subject, (instead of just epidemiological studies) not one found any connection between saturated fat intake, heart disease, and mortality. You can see a great summary of several of the studies on this topic here. Oddly enough, the AHA’s “in-depth analysis” only utilized four studies, some from the 1960s, to draw their conclusions. In their paper, they state only these four were “good enough” to be included. One famous study is the Framingham Heart Study.

“In Framingham, Massachusetts, the more saturated fat one ate, the more cholesterol one ate, the more calories one ate, the lower people’s serum cholesterol…we found that the people who ate the most cholesterol, ate the most saturated fat, ate the most calories weighed the least and were the most physically active.” Dr William Castelli 1992 (Director of the Framingham Heart Study). 

Regardless of the AHA cherry picking data to support their recommendations, the bottom line is that there’s no strong data connecting saturated fat and cardiovascular disease. Therefore, demonizing coconut oil (or any other type of saturated fat) as the cause of heart disease is simply not supported by available research.

High LDL May Not be Harmful

The AHA based a lot of their recommendations on the effect saturated fats have on increasing LDL cholesterol. But, they make no differentiation in their article between the size of the particles. It has been shown that large LDL particles do not increase risk of cardiovascular disease, whereas small, dense particles do. Also, it has been repeatedly shown that an increase in saturated fat intake does raise LDL, but only the large, fluffy kind, not the harmful dense LDL. Also, when we eat saturated fat, HDL cholesterol levels go up, which is protective to our hearts, reducing the risk of heart disease.

The Benefits of Coconut Oil

There are several benefits outlined in the research about coconut oil in the diet, which are not mentioned in the AHA paper. Here are a few of the highlights:

– Coconut oil may actually help improve cholesterol and blood lipids

– Coconut oil has been found to help people lose weight and reduce waist circumference.

– Coconut oil has anti-microbial and anti-viral properties.

– Coconut oil is anti-inflammatory, helping reduce the risk of heart disease.

The Dash Diet vs. Whole30/Paleo Type Diet

Should we really all start following the AHA dietary advice? Well, I don’t think so. The AHA highly endorses the “DASH” (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet, which is a low salt diet that recommends you eat margarine. MARGARINE. Who still eats this?

When you actually compare a DASH breakfast (and other similar, high carb and low fat, low protein breakfasts) to a Whole30/Paleo type breakfast, it’s pretty clear which one will provide you with the energy and nutrition to get you through your morning. Which would you rather eat?


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The DASH breakfast begins with a glass of sugar (orange juice) then continues with low-fat milk, cereal, a banana and toast with margarine. No thank you! This is a fantastic diet to induce type 2 diabetes and heart disease, in my opinion. I’d rather take a real food, Whole30/Paleo breakfast any day. It’s 2017 and we know a little more than we did in the 80’s.

Hey AHA: Low fat is OUT. Real food is IN. Whole30/Paleo FTW!

The Sustainability of Coconut Oil

As a sustainability advocate, I do want to make one note about sustainability and coconut oil. Although there are benefits to health, there are other types of fats such as butter, lard, or other animal fats that may be from sources closer to you. Coconuts are generally shipped from Central or South America in order to arrive on our shelves here. In fact, it’s a traditional food to many in Ecuador, who are now following the AHA advice and have swapped this nutrient dense fat for vegetable oils. Since this change and their adoption of a more Western diet, many who used to consume large amounts of coconut oil have seen a health decline. Consider including other, local and more sustainable sources of fat. For those of us in America, this means butter and other animal-based fats.

Overall, take the recommendations of the AHA with a grain of salt. Although I am not a fan of dumping expensive MCT oil in your coffee, I also don’t think we all need to throw out our coconut oil. Focus on eating real food, including coconut oil, butter and other traditional fats. Please do not avoid healthy fats in favor of margarine, as the AHA recommends. Real, whole, environmentally sustainable food will always be healthy, regardless of what the latest report may claim.

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Why Coconut Oil Won’t Kill You, But Listening to the American Heart Association Might!

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by Sheila Kennedy

A Spiritual and Metaphysical Practitioner and Teacher With a lifetime connection to the higher spiritual realms Sheila Kennedy has devoted much of her adult life to ‘working with energies’ A connection with the body of consciousness she recognizes as Sounds from Source in 2004 led to the co-creation of the family of Sounds from Source programs. ‘ The sounds facilitate the release of cellular memory and assist in restoring the body to health and harmony. In more recent times they evolved to support the healing of Mother Earth and broader expanses, and especially those related to planetary and universal healing. Well known as a Metaphysician, author and poet Sheila grew up in East Africa and the Australian outback. Sheila’s work, like her background, is an eclectic and innovative blend of indigenous and contemporary healing modalities.


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