Is Spiritual Teacher YOUR Legacy?

This is Dharma Mittra—-

(Me in 2012 at my 500 hour Dharma yoga teacher graduation being filled with Lifeschool wisdom-Photo by Jeffrey Vock)  

Dharma is my most influential spiritual life strategist so far this life. 11 years ago I was called to meet him and from day one he made it known, he saw me. His first words to me on my second class were "You are stiff, all twisted up" and he physically cued me to move. I could not even get control of that area of the body which was surprising because having been a dancer, that was rare but what was the most interesting thing is that I did not feel ashamed at my inability to follow his verbal cue. That stood out to me. Up until then, I usually did feel shame when being critiqued by any level of authority. The logic student in me knew it was for my best interest but the inner child who grew up with a covert narcissist dad with PTSD was triggered by comments that did not appreciate the level of effort I put into expressing...

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Why more healthcare CEO's need to have suffered a perineum tear

3 cheers for Healthcare digital marketing 101. 

I get asked now if I ever still care for women.

That kind of irks me a bit because I honestly feel like empowering the platform for even a handful of feminine health leaders or Mind-Body ninja's in this world is doing more for the caring of women than anything else I have accomplished so far.

But I get it.

In my mind, my podcast Owning HER Health, The Goddess Wisdom Mastermind and The Mind-Body Brand Academy is a three-prong approach ( soon to be fours) aimed at roasting that old medicine paradigm turkey.  It is my hope that they all just Glow Up and shift the entire conversation on women and mind-body healing across the globe within the next decade but I completely understand. 

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I understand because the care of women is basically reduced to making sure her Urogenital organs and breasts are performing well in a brand attempt to niche down but that is the subject of another conversation. 

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Dear Healthcare Colleague

 

So according to an article published on USAToday.com by Christina Jewett for Kaiser Health News and Mark Alesia from IndyStar, there is a  bit of evidence the public might want to be alerted to. I believe that if you are serious about doing no harm and being more transparent at the same time, you may want to take a weekend to mull over a couple of feelings and facts.

The Present Cost Containment IS Changing The Process

According to the authors, an investigation of the cited large healthcare organizations uncovered "more than 260 patients have died since 2013 after in-and-out procedures at surgery centers across the country. Dozens — some as young as 2 — have perished after routine operations, such as colonoscopies and tonsillectomies.”  ( Jewett and Alesia, 2018) 

I have to say, I feel for those families. Earlier this year I went on a FB page rant after my son's "routine nasal surgery" HERE .  My patient experience was...

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