The Way of the Future
A Conversation with Ken Lesser
by Sydney L. Murray
The Comfort Clock Technology was created to offset the effects of electro pollution. This is an amazingly powerful technology housed in a small clock. The energetic chaos that you experience from our high tech world might be affecting you more than you know. I know about the cell towers and microwaves but I was astonished to find the hidden hazards in the new smart meters installed by our utility companies. Welcome to the 21st century.
Vision Magazine: Did you ever experience any difficulties that led you to create the Comfort Technology?
Ken Lesser: I was living under high power lines for over seven years and was using a computer quite a bit, and between those two things, I became ill. And finally I began to talk with some people who had some awareness about the electro pollution problem. And that helped get me moving in this direction.
VM: What would be some of the health risks that we encounter from electro pollution?
KL: Fatigue, eyestrain, headaches, irritability, confusion, mood swings, difficulty focusing. Those are some of the kinds of stuff that people deal with. Another way it shows up would be in communication problems where people, because they’re not thinking as clearly, are involved in discussions and sometimes communications seem to break down more easily.
Sometimes at holidays and family gatherings, stuff can come up, and some of the people that I’ve worked with over the years commented about how they took their comfort unit in. They didn’t have a discussion with anyone because they just plugged in a little clock and no one noticed because it just looked like a clock. They were making comments about how much nicer than normal people’s moods were and they got along better and had more fun with the family at the gathering.
VM: I thought what was so interesting about the clock was that the number of dreams I remembered the first night I put it next to my bed amazed me. Normally I remember one to two a night, and I remembered five to six, and they were vivid and clear.
KL: One of the other ways to look at electro pollution, metaphorically, would be: If you’re looking at a big picture window, through a beautiful home and a lovely scene in nature, and the home had five to six layers of very sheer drapery fabric that were covering the window, and you could still see some things outside, but it wouldn’t be as clear and you wouldn’t pick out as much detail. And as you open one layer, and then another and another, there would be an increase in awareness and an increase in your ability to notice what is going on.
Unfortunately, the electro pollution disconnects us from some of our senses and makes it harder for us to really pay attention to what’s going on, like with dreams. Some people say, well I must have dreams, but I don’t remember any of them. To me, what I would be more inclined to consider was when we took away the fog of that electro pollution, [they] became more aware of what was going on.
Different groups in psychology or psychotherapy talk about how we can often get important information communicated from the subconscious in the dream state, and if we had access to those, that can be helpful information. And then at another level, as people become more involved in their dreams, this is called lucid dreaming, in which a person is not only having a dream and they notice that they’re in the dream, they start to actually direct what’s going on in the dream, and that’s such a powerful way to influence what shows up in our waking states of reality.
And another form of that [is] if you think about meditation and people getting into a deeper and more relaxed state and then allowing different things to come to mind—visions, sounds, or feelings. Those are things that people connect to. And meditators talk about being able to meditate more easily or go deeper into a meditative state.
VM: What has been one of the most surprising testimonials you have received for the use of the comfort clock?
KL: Dannion Brinkley, with his first two near-death experiences where he was struck by lightning and killed, which makes him a lot more sensitive to electrical energy. So he and [his wife] Catherine are big fans of Comfort Technology and they have five to six units that they use in their home. And one of the things that he pointed out was people don’t think about cell membrane permeability. So you have the absorption side of it, and the other side of that function is the body’s ability to release the cellular byproducts and release toxins. And so one of the things Dannion has pointed out is that the electric energy makes it harder on us to be able to function in that way, so our absorption of minerals and nutrients and our ability to digest food is negatively affected [including] the body’s ability to release toxins which we are typically exposed to.
We put in the instructions [for the clock], when you plug this thing in, please drink more water. And if you have any negative symptoms, call us, because what that would mean is that the body’s function is improving and it’s clearing stuff a little too fast for the body to process it without causing some negative symptoms. So people could go through a detox response.
Some of this information came to me from customers [who were] doing some work with detoxing mercury amalgam fillings and exposure, and we find with the technology we are able to more easily release some of these heavy metals, and I didn’t know…
And Dr. Toshiba… He has been practicing for 30 plus years extensively using Feng Shui and just paying attention to every little detail about the energy of his office because he’s known there are spots on the planet people go [e.g. Machu Picchu and Sedona] where the energies are so wonderful, people have healings. And he knew that it was possible to work with different things, in ways that he called the healing field of energy. So he had worked on his office to the point where it was very pristine and people in his waiting room would have a healing without even having a treatment. It would just be that beautiful of an energy.
I took these [clocks] in to him…and he’d test them [and said] that within 30 years, this was one of the best things he’d ever done to strengthen and enhance the healing field of energy in his office. And he installed, in his pristine setting of about 2000 square feet, seven units of the Comfort Technology, and then wrote about how he could see a difference in himself and his patients.
[Dr. Toshiba] made mention that a young gal in his office, during her monthly cycle, before the addition of the seven units, she would get a little moody. And after they were installed, he noticed that she was going through her monthly cycle doing much better. And she didn’t even have them [the units] at home. Her only exposure to this support was in his office.
A massage therapist, Jennifer Wayland, had two units in her massage room and two in her house, and she felt an energy shift. Then she wrote that after three months of having the two units in the office and two at home, she noticed her monthly cycle was easier and there was less discomfort.
And I thought, how do you explain that? I thought, she was getting relief from the electro pollution, from day one, giving her body a chance to start cleaning up and doing some healing. And after a period of time, what was so gratifying in the way I summarize it, her body was better able—with the relief that the Comfort Technology provided—to balance its hormone levels so that going through her monthly cycle wasn’t a terrible roller coaster in all the pain and agony that it has been for so many women.
VM: What has happened in the 17 years you have been developing the comfort clock?
KL: Well I am so grateful for it. And as we get some more funding, we want to go in and do some more research [on the] many issues in front of people and things that need funding. And the other factor, working with theoretical quantum physics, just the fact that it’s theoretical says we have some concepts, but we’re not totally certain, working with subtle energies, there aren’t the instruments to actually make all of the measurements.
VM: Did you ever meet Robert Frey who was in San Diego and taught the Dances of Universal Peace?
KL: He was one of the premiere tantra instructors and he became a fan of [Comfort Technology] and would use it at some of his tantra trainings. He was making mention that another one of his protégés, Jane Beaty, that when this was used, people were interacting on an intimate basis and were able to connect more easily at a deeper level…because there was less distraction on their bodies, less distraction on their minds. They could pay more attention.
Another of the factors I’m getting feedback about is, when you want to be present—be in the now, be in the present…[the clocks will help].
Our body is a sensitive electrical instrument and it runs on electrical impulses from the brain for all the functioning. If you ever drive your car under power lines with the AM radio on, it gets messed up completely. And then you think, well gosh, I have this more delicate instrument between my ears. No wonder people are having more problems.
Folks talk about overwhelm, the inability to get organized. When the brain is not thinking as clearly, not functioning as well, we have more messes going on. A number of people have reported that they’ve had goals, things in their list of to-do’s, that they wanted to move ahead on, but it just wasn’t happening. And then they plugged this [comfort clock] in, and bingo, they started to move ahead without having to go to a coach or a counselor or 12-step program or whatever, to get stuff done.
…And especially some of the elderly folks, there have been articles that one of the things that relates to Alzheimer’s is the electrical energy. There were more instances of this with seamstresses working at sewing machines; there was actually a very high source of electro pollution.
When you think of computers, telephones, radio, television, computers, cell phones…they were made without addressing, are these energies harmful to people? And we are finding that is the case. And of course there’s this natural reluctance; it’s kind of like saying, “Please don’t take my technology away from me.”
If you look at the system we are dealing with, as far as the government goes, and you look at the cigarette metaphor of how long did people have a pretty good idea that cigarettes were bad, but the cigarette industry continued to thrive.
And so thinking of that particular government and corporate environment, until there is conclusive proof in our country, the EPA has looked at this [electro pollution] and said, ‘There are reasons to be concerned,’ but now it’s like, ‘Oh wait a minute, we have to research because we don’t know exactly how this is happening, but until we do, we better wait.’ And the smart meter is an interesting thing because it’s another form of having a mini broadcast tower added to your home. And there is a variety of factors. People just think, if you look at it on the surface, here is a way the utility company can keep track of the usage of gas and electricity, and that seems innocuous enough. And then you start to look at other levels of it: one which is, how are they getting this information transmitted from meter to meter to the stations? It’s kind of like a cell phone signal. And the other effect there is—the information that they are gathering is—these meters tend to stay on all of the time. It’s like being on your cell phone 24/7, and it is transmitting not just the usage, but all kinds of details that can tell what appliances are being used [or] is someone home or are they not home. Literally, it is a mini surveillance system that gets added in as something that the utility company wants to keep track of. But the information can be used much further than that.
Some people are saying they [the mini surveillance system] can tell if someone’s growing a lot of plants in their home; they could be growing food, they could be growing marijuana. This is another thing that is going on, and from what I’m getting in my research, last year the World Health Organization declared that the microwave radiation emitted by smart meters and other wireless devices is a class 2B carcinogen, which is in the same category as lead, benzene, DDT, and dioxin (which was Agent Orange)… Our country is protecting corporate interests over human interests.
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