Have you heard of your body being referred to as “your temple”? I find this to be a beautiful way to describe the sanctity of and responsibility we have to take care of our bodies. Are you a person whom takes care of your temple? How do you eat? Can you find the time for exercise? During times of Covid, are you doing anything differently to care for yourself and your immune system? How do you work with your doctor? Do you have a primary physician? Do you believe in western medicine, eastern medicine, supplements or a blend? Do you trust everything your doctor tells you? Do you research natural ways of taking care of your health? Do you want the right to choose which medications you take or don’t take? If in a hospital, do you want the right to make choices about your care? For instance, would you ever want to have intubation or some medications forced upon you without your consent?
I am writing on a bit more practical line of thought today. It actually involves politics. I do apologize. It is for a good cause, should you resonate with it. Do you know that in these times of Covid, our doctors are losing the ability to take care of their patients to save their lives? Government based choices are now the only choices allowed in many hospitals. Doctors are being fired if they don’t comply. At minimum, they are being forced to watch some of their patients die helplessly when these hospital’s enforced procedures are not working. Their patients are being forced to take things like Remdesivir, or be intubated against their will. Remdesivir has serious side effects. It increases the death of patients due to kidney failure twenty times over those patients who don’t have to take it. It also has not been proven to be an effective treatment for Covid 19.
What can we do about our lack of choice and about protecting our doctor’s right to give their very best knowledge and assistance? If you live in Ohio, there is House Bill 631 that is being decided upon. It gives patients and their doctors the right to work together on these issues. It protects our rights that are being eroded as well as our doctor’s right. Please consider reading about it at the links below. If you agree with it, calling, writing or visiting your representatives are all helpful ways of making your voice heard.
https://ohiohouse.gov (look up your Ohio House Rep.)
If you don’t live in Ohio, please consider talking to your state representatives about sponsoring similar bills. All of us can also contact our State Boards of Health and specific hospitals to make sure all options of care are available to our physicians. All these ideas can help us protect our medical rights as well as Physician’s rights.
If you care about your “temple”, there are so many ways of doing that. It can involve any of the ideas in the first paragraph above. It can involve natural healing methods like Reiki or acupuncture. It can involve becoming informed. It can involve one in helping to prevent some serious changes going on in our medical care.
Anywhere you place your attention on your own health and on human health in our society, honors you, your temple, and your Spirit. You are invited to use the comment section near the bottom of this page. Namaste.
With love and light,