The State of Health and Health Care in the U.S. In 2008, the United States has spent more on health care than almost any other country in the world, yet it ranks 47th in life expectancy and 43rd in child mortality. Despite decades of technology, we have more and more disease and lower and lower cure rates. Modern medicine is quite young—150 years—and, beginning in the 1920s has increasingly assumed a “disease care” model. This model is mechanistic and uses a system power-over the symptoms rather than a holistic approach that will access the body’s “doctor within” for stimulating a return to robust health.
When Heart and Mind Dissociate
…a person is most electromagnetically stable when the heart and brain are entrained—working in sync.
During times of stress or trauma, heart rate variability patterns are chaotic, and brain waves are not in sync
with heart waves. — Janice Walton-Hadlock, Recovery from Parkinson’s Disease
I see a world united in work and play. I envision a world of co-creators—collaborative and compassionate—who work, dance, play, and laugh together. Long term, I see myself assisting people in awakening dormant dreams and fulfilling them. I am leading the movement! I do this in the U.S. and abroad through various programs, schools, businesses. That is my heart’s desire.