Healthcare Reform With a Twist
So many clinics and services are available to us today, but whether it is alternative or conventional it is all so high priced that only those that are fortunate enough to have the money in their pockets to cover the cost are privy to the care and knowledge of these services. When in fact there are many ways for us to heal that are absolutely free.
It is time to promote more preventative measures to illness. Studies show that most disease stems from emotional issues. If we approach the care of each individual from a self healing perspective I truly believe that for most of us we would not have to be concerned about health care costs because each of us would be balanced, both emotionally and physically and not require the services of the health institutions and insurance companies that are out of control. To this end the government would not be involved and we would be taking more personal responsibility for our own health.
Many set back eat foods that are pretty much contaminated (fast foods, boxed foods, etc.), never exercise, make excuses as to why we cannot meditate or connect and then in turn blame our health issues on outside sources such as institutions that have only their monetary gain in interest, relationships and anything else we can find to blame.
It is time to take personal responsibility for our own health. It is my belief that this is the purpose of all that transpiring in our nation today. We are now being given a choice to start seeking within or to continue seeking without.
I have had my own personal experience with self healing one of which is that I healed a double fractured neck without the assistance of conventional medicine. I did not have the money for the surgery so through meditation and talking with my body and cells I was able to mend my neck from only six percent usage to full usage. I have managed to make it almost all of the way through menopause in much the same way. I take no hormonal treatments I just balance myself through communication with my body. I can do this because I believe I can do this. So my message is this if you are faced with an illness that stems from your emotions, take the steps to do what you can to heal yourself. Let your heart guide you through the process. If you require support to assist you through the healing process seek out only the support that empowers you not enables you.
Some conventional medicine is necessary but we rely on it way too much for issues we could be dealing with ourselves. Some of the quotes below are some of most favorite regarding health. They seem to make all the since in the world to me.
There are many, many philosophies, diets, and folks that say there is only one way to achieve happiness and good health. We could spend months in research trying to find what would help us to achieve these things but for me I believe in simplicity and logic. I have never owned a set of scales to weigh myself and I was never exposed to the New Age Movement.
Since my exposure to the different ideas and educated myself on the New Age ideas and the many ways to keep ourselves healthy I have come full circle to my original and simple ways of belief of what is well serving and it is basic, it is simple, and it is very logical.
The phrase we are what we eat carries much truth for me because as we have progressed into this fast paced, fast food, run around til you drop society we have become less healthy more stressed and more emotionally imbalanced as a whole. For instance Utah now leads in the prescription arena. We are prescribed more antidepressants that almost any other state in the nation. We are right up there with Oregon and Maine. In fact we are prescribed nearly twice as much as those in California and three times as much as those in New York and New Jersey. (ref. usa today). Nationwide studies have shown that 164 million prescriptions for antidepressants were written in the U.S. in 2008. (ref. The National Center on addiction and substance abuse at Columbia University)
We are popping pills for everything. Just to name a few, we are taking pills for emotions, weight, blood sugar, chemical imbalances, behavioral problems, sexual dysfunction, and there are many more. So why is this? Well, if you do the research it is not difficult to find an answer.
We are eating more out of a box and fast food stops and we are living our lives at such a fast pace …