Courage doesn’t always roar. Some times courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says
Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try again tomorrow.
Hello Wednesday and happy evening,
Its hump day again! There are so many ways to be brave in this world. Sometimes bravery involves laying down your life for something bigger than yourself, or for someone else. Sometimes it involves giving up everything you have ever known, or everyone you have ever loved, for the sake of something greater.
But sometimes it doesn’t.
Sometimes it is nothing more than gritting your teeth through pain, and the work of every day, the slow walk toward a better life.
That is the sort of bravery I must have now.” ― Veronica Roth, Allegiant
Today our 2nd day of treatments, yesterday Dan had some IV’s and today well! More IV’s and an ultra-scan, we heard good news, the nodule on his prostate shrunk in size since the last scan to 5 cm. His lab work looks good.
The doctor stated that it all contributes to our exercising and eating fruits and vegetables with little to no meat. The supplements that he is taking also has helped the condition. The course of action will be cell therapy, which in the days ahead I will be blogging about it and share our experiences.
We were also asked to do a YOUTUBE video, which we were gladly honored to do.
I have spoken with the advertisement manager regarding the different types of treatments that are offered at this clinic. In days to come, I will also blog the different types of treatments that are out there that we would not have any idea that they were offered in other countries.
“Courage isn’t having the strength to go on – it is going on when you don’t have strength.” ― Napoleon Bonaparte
Yesterday Dan and I was speaking to another patient and she was talking about holographic blood; The Bigelsen Method. I found it very interesting and asked more about the method. The Bigelsen Method: Understanding the Messages in the Holographic Blood. Not to be confused with Live Blood Analysis.
One drop of blood will show what the body is concerned about. This concern could be structural, energetic or emotional issues. Typically, what we are viewing is the root cause of the body’s imbalance, not the result (symptom). The heart did not show up in the blood of the person with the heart condition. The blood showed the person’s structure was out of balance, and it was putting pressure on the heart. With a little structural manipulation, the pressure is taken off the heart and the heart condition return to normal. Once the root cause is correctly addressed, the images in the blood will change real-time, and symptoms may mysteriously disappear.
As a tireless advocate for homeopathy and biological medicine, Dr. Harvey Bigelsen has courted controversy and endured legal persecution, while helping to change the public perception of healthcare. A true pioneer, Bigelsen co-authored the Arizona Homeopathic Medical Practice Act, and was appointed by then Governor Babbitt to establish a board, and while acting as president, to set the standards for holistic medicine. The law gives homeopathy equal legal status with allopathic and osteopathic medicine. For the first time holistic physicians attained true medical freedom within a peer reviewed board. To assure homeopathic physicians are well-trained, Harvey Bigelsen’s law requires that they must have an active, United States license as a medical doctor or an osteopathic physician.
DOING OF WHAT ONE SPEAKS🗣️
Good morning Wednesday 😊 integrity lies in doing what one speaks. Speaking what one does.🗣️ have a pleasant Hump Day.
Though he now counsels’ patients to avoid surgery whenever possible, Harvey Bigelsen began his medical career as an ophthalmologist. As a young doctor, he served his country in Vietnam, ranked as a commanding officer in charge of mass casualties, and performed hundreds of surgeries as a trauma surgeon.
The war was a turning point in his life, igniting his lifelong distrust of authority. In 1971, after being honorably discharged, he began a successful practice in Princeton, New Jersey. The young doctor grew frustrated by his inability to cure his patients—he felt more like a mechanic, fixing problems but never addressing the underlying problems. He began looking for options. In 1976, after extensive exploration into other healing modalities and a life-changing appointment with Dr. John Diamond, a medical doctor who followed homeopathic philosophy, he moved his family to Arizona to work in a holistic clinic.
There he began his path as one of the true medical trailblazers in the United States. In 1978, Harvey Bigelsen was elected as a member of the founding board of trustees of the American Holistic Medical Association, today the oldest holistic medical organization of its kind.
On March 6, 2019 Harvey Bigelsen passed on, leaving the practice with his son.
GOOD COFFEE ☕
Good coffee ☕ is a pleasure, good💑 friends are a treasure.
Until tomorrow, courage doesn’t happen when you have all the answers. It happens when you are ready to face the questions you have been avoiding your whole life.