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About Ghedee

The Philosophy Ghedee

Mastering the energetic structure

Ghedee is a practice, a philosophy of living. It is not a religion.

The Ghedee life is rooted in the knowledge that everything that is perceived or imagined is a manifestation of Mbec (energy / vibrational states). The practice of the transformation, manipulation, and manifestation of vibrational states of energy, or Mbec, is Ghedee.

The practice of Ghedee comes from a society of energy workers in the coastal region of Liberia, West Africa. No one knows how long Ghedee has been around. But, we do know the practice of Ghedee originated in Sub Saharan Africa and traveled south to the west coast of Africa with the great migration that took place after the fall of the Great Ghana Empire about 1000 years ago.

Ghedee was practiced primarily by the Krahn and Saapo people of modern-day Liberia and the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire. Nowadays with the rise of established religions like Christianity and Islam, Ghedee has only a handful of practitioners and even fewer facilitators.

The Ghedee practitioner is anyone who uses the principles of Ghedee to maintain a balanced and harmonious existence.

The Ghedee facilitator or Ghede is an instructor and master of the principles of Ghedee. Utilizing over 360 different energetic techniques and regimens, the Ghede creates energetic changes to the physical, mental and emotional bodies; thus bringing about a balanced flow (healing) that returns the body to optimal function.

There are three types of Ghedes:

  1. Those whose sole practice is the transformation of Mbec
  2. Those whose sole practice is the manifestation of Mbec or herbal remedies
  3. The Zoe who is master of both transformation and manifestation

Ghedes are born, they are not taught. Only those born with the innate practical understanding of the energetic structure of existence are trained in Ghedee rites and traditions. This is a rare occurrence and is said to only happen 3–4 times per generation. The ZOE is usually the trainer or master teacher of a particular group of Ghedee facilitators.

Understanding the Ghedee Physical Energetic Grid

Ghedee philosophy understands that all human beings have three bodies: an Emotional body, a Mental body, and a Physical body. The physical body, being the end point of all experience, is also the focal point of the other two bodies.

According to Ghedee philosophy, the physical body is wrapped in an energetic grid of vertical and horizontal lines of energy. These thousands of grid lines form a sort of net around the entire body. This system of grids lies within the vast lymph system of the physical body. Of these lines, there are groups of close parallel grid lines that allow for a larger volume of energetic movement in the bodies. Ghedee refers to these close parallel grid lines as working grid lines, because it is along these grid lines that 98% of Ghedee work with the physical body is conducted.


Ghedee: pronounced gēdē, "jee-dee"
Ghede: pronounced gēd, "jeed"
ZOE: pronounced "zoh"

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