Where I'm coming from - my history with holistic health
See also: Meetings with Miraculous People
by Christopher Rudy, UltraMedics Director
I've developed 4 holistic health centers. Each of these projects was a 'whole systems design' endeavor, having studied architecture and design at Ohio State University, and with Buckminster Fuller at the University of Pennsylvania,
The first holistic health center
(l979) was the archetype of a natural foods storefront coop and eatery
that was retail to the public and discounted for members. The restoration of
this building won the City Beatification award. The first floor was the store
and eatery, the 2nd floor was an eating area alongside health and spiritual
books, highlighting the Ascended Masters' Teachings. And the 3rd floor was
where spiritual devotees (employees) lived and prayed in a separate sanctuary.
I didn't know what "holistic" really meant when I began that project, but I
created an environment with all the best "ingredients" -- physical, mental and
spiritual -- and learned a lot.
What I've learned from that experience is that the economics and politics of "disease care" are far more complex than the science of holistic health care. I learned the hard way. The blowback from my high profile style of cutting-edge holism challenged too many "doctors" in the communities where I practiced. Once word got around that their former patients were saying, "This is the future of medicine", my days were numbered since I hadn't paid my dues as a "real" doctor. Even though I trained under the leaders in quantum biology in five states over many years, there is no certified authorization for bioenergetic healing under the FDA policing arm of "monopoly medicine" (Big Pharma).
My fourth holistic center (UltraMedics Services) went online with global reach, thanks to the Internet. I ship health products and provide holistic health services worldwide. It's a global village now.
I wanted to write and talk about what I have learned, and the Internet came along as an extraordinary vehicle to share my story.
So I began
writing from long experience on my
Heartcom Network blog.
To Our Health!
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