Excerpt from an email going out to a prospective client…
A common experience in our culture is for people to suffer poor health because they put everything else ahead of their health. Work, family, and pleasures of the physical senses routinely take precedence over all else. One of the reasons for the Case Review is to determine where an individual’s priorities lie.
No medicine, no doctor, can outcreate a client’s disregard for their health. Each moment, throughout each day, day after day, year after year, we are making choices, and those choices determine, among other things, the level of health we experience. If our choices consistently support ill health, there is nothing anyone or anything can do to overcome the relentless consistency of those choices. They are the most potent medicine at our disposal. And, of course, they work both ways—for us, or against us.
All too often we don’t even recognize when such a choice is being made. Thus the value of ‘doctor’ as ‘teacher’—ancient wisdom for modern living.
And when we do recognize such a choice is before us, we’re often faced with an insidious ‘catch-22’: if we’ve never experienced radiant health as a result of our choices, how can we find the motivation to turn our backs on the stronger draw?
Ah, life in the lower worlds…
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