Jan 26, 2011 Posted Under: Other

A New Vision for America

A great quote to start off with was one by Dr. Robert Maurer. Here is what he said, “It’s been said that the only constant is change. I don’t agree with that. There’s another constant, and that’s the desire for change.”

My vision is to see a paradigm shift in America’s healthcare; and I believe it all starts with families, primarily the next generation. I want to see children growing up understanding God’s laws of health and healing and the way he truly designed the body to function and heal. Our body is a self-healing organism, and we carry within ourselves this innate healing ability that we can put our faith in and rely upon. It can restore us to health and wholeness if we just allow it to do so without interference.

I want people to understand the premise of the three major interferences and to know that if we can remove those interferences, the body can heal itself and get well. We must remove the chemical interferences, the physical interferences, and the emotional/psychological interferences and allow the body to express itself from above, down, inside, and out – from the brain and nervous system (the master control system), through the brain/body connection, out through the spine, and to the body.

My vision is that people get out of the pill, potion, lotion, spoonful- of-medicine mentality and start putting their faith in their own bodies, and in God’s laws of health and healing. Digging ourselves out of the hole we’re in starts with this belief in the body.

A wellness coach can help you begin living this lifestyle. It is paramount that you find someone to hold you accountable and provide you with the resources to begin living this lifestyle. Ideally, this person will create an atmosphere that is supportive, nurturing, encouraging, inspiring, and exciting. That person needs to show you that they are willing to hold you accountable, have ways to measure and demonstrate your progress, and ultimately be able to produce results while leading you to where you need to be. The most qualified people for this are family and wellness oriented chiropractors because they understand this philosophy and possess and utilize the resources necessary to produce outstanding results. They understand how God made the body, as well as how He heals the body; they understand His laws of health and healing.

Deepak Chopra, endocrinologist, lecturer, celebrity and author of many books, states, “Prognostication is based on statistical probabilities. While statistics may apply to a large population sample, they tell us nothing about the individual. For example, if the average temperature in New York City for the year is 54 degrees Fahrenheit, that does not inform me what the temperature is today. Similarly, if you are a citizen of Bangladesh and the average income of a Bangladeshi is $65 per household per year, that does not tell me your income. When I was a medical student, there used to be a joke about statistics, which in today’s climate of political correctness might be considered sexist, but at the risk of possibly off ending some, I will share it with you anyway because it makes an insightful point. “Statistics are like a girl in a bikini. What she reveals is obvious, but what she conceals is much more interesting.” As applied to illness, there is only one rule: Do not buy into the prognosis; you may be buying into a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Again, there’s a major flaw in that thinking and in that health model. The problem is that medical doctors went to medical school, and in their medical textbooks it said that pancreatic cancer kills. It’s one of the most virulent forms of cancer. The medical professor teaches it, and the medical students hear it and adopt it as their belief system.

Through quantum physics, however, we know that reality is usually created by one’s belief system. Quantum physics says an object can’t be measured without the observer influencing what they’re observing; so we know that intention and belief system determines a lot of what you’re observing and so your belief system determines reality to a large extent. So if you or a loved one were given a terminal diagnosis and a doctor’s belief system was that you’re going to die, would you believe this or look for other answers?

As a wellness doctor of the future, my new vision for America has people asking: “How do I not die from all the cancer and the heart disease and the strokes and all the things destroying Americans? What do I need to do to become part of that 4 percent?” If you are asking that question, you have hope. There is a way to live because, obviously, 4 percent are living.

The principle of chiropractic is all about teaching the world how to be part of that 4 percent, not the 96 percent who may choose to believe in a statistical death sentence. As chiropractors, we stand in the gap, and shout to the world that yes, there is hope. Yes, you can live life without fear. Yes, the power that made the body can heal the body. Yes, God needs no help to heal, just no interference. The principled chiropractor empowers their patients to think within a new paradigm, thus enabling them to ask better questions and make more intelligent decisions. We understand that your thought process, more often than not, can be a matter of life and death.

We started this off with a great quote so I am going to leave you with a great set of questions to ask now: “I desired to know why one person was ailing and his associate, eating at the same table, working in the same shop, at the same bench, was not. Why? What difference was there in the two people that caused one to have pneumonia, catarrh, typhoid, cancer, or rheumatism, while his partner, similarly situated, escaped? Why?” Dr BJ Palmer.

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