This information comes through David Harrison, one of the sons of Consegrity Co-Founder Debra Harrison ([www.consegrity.com
]). I cannot promise you that he is not lying to me, but this would be something very terrible to lie about to your friends and people you work with.
Consegrity is another energy/holistic healing practice. However, what happens when one of the founders of this wellness program gets sick?
As far as I can tell from listening to David, his mother had been getting sick for well over a year. She was losing weight despite eating lots. She was constantly hungry and thirsty. She became tired quite often. I learned of these symptoms just after she had passed, and I told David that it sounded like she had diabetes. Sure enough, when the toxicology report came back she had a blood-sugar level of 900 mg/dl. 600 mg/dl is serious enough for an emergency room visit. She died from complications of untreated diabetes.
I am not a doctor or involved in the medical field at all. Nobody in my family has diabetes and all my knowledge was from basic health education classes in highschool, yet I was able to recognize the signs of diabetes. Why on earth, then, would Dr. Mary A. Lynch, retired doctor, not recognize those same symptoms - especially when she was living with Ms. Harrison at the time that she passed?
Despite frequent requests from Debra Harrison's children, Dr. Lynch insisted that she not be taken to the hospital - Consegrity would work for her. Still, Ms. Harrison's condition worsened. During the last few months of her life, Dr. Lynch was feeding Ms. Harrison lots of fruit juices, orange juice mostly. This is a very bad thing to feed a hyperglycemic. Sadly, Ms. Harrison passed. Dr. Lynch waited 45 minutes to call 911 for assistance.
2 days after she passed, Dr. Lynch cashed in on a $500,000 life insurance policy solely in her name. She removed much of the equipment from the wellness center that Ms. Harrison was the director of. She took much of Ms. Harrison's property from her estate near Wichita, KS and St. George, UT. She also had the locks changed at these locations. At the estate near Wichita, after she had taken most of the late Ms. Harrison's possessions, she left a book in the ranch house - "Why Your Life Sucks...and What You Can Do about It" by Alan Cohen for Ms. Harrison's children to find.
She was listed as executor of Ms. Harrison's estate, but thankfully there was a clause allowing the 5 children to remove the executor by a majority vote. Before this was brought before the courts, Dr. Lynch offered to resign from her post as executor if the children signed a release clearing her of all accusations of wrongdoing concerning their mother's death. Fortunately for them, they were still able to think clearly and simply had the court remove her.
Now Dr. Lynch has skipped the country with the $500,000 and with much of Ms. Harrison's possessions hidden away God knows where. There is currently a criminal murder investigation initiated by the state of Kansas, of which Dr. Lynch is a person of interest. Her lawyer insists that she is simply on vacation.
This is a horrible way for someone to pass. Diabetes is a treatable disease. One trip to the doctor would have gotten Ms. Harrison all the training and medicine she needed to live a healthy life. Instead, her good friend and colleague convinced her not to go to the hospital and even fed her orange juice which helped to speed her death along, perhaps deliberately. Alternative medicine is fine and all, but when they insist that you not trust conventional medicine at all, that is when you should be concerned for your own safety.
Once again, I must remind you that this is simply information through David Harrison. It is certainly possible for it to be untrue. I am simply repeating what he has told me over the course of the last two months.