The Best Health Insurance, Part 1

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The Best Health Insurance, Part 1
Regardless of the Supreme Court and the U.S. Government, you can take charge of your own health

Do you and your family have health insurance? The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decree whether the U.S. Government is allowed to force you to buy health insurance.

Whether you like the notion of forcing everyone to buy it or not, the first question to ask is: What is "health insurance"? As defined by the Supreme Court and the Government and most people nowadays, "health insurance" is the act of paying a monthly fee in order that any services or products you obtain from the medical industry will be paid for (wholly or partly) by people other than you.

Why would anyone choose to do that? People do it because they believe they will inevitably require medical services more expensive than they themselves can afford. And why do they believe that? Because it's been programmed into them ever since childhood. Not only are we told that (by parents, teachers, and especially the medical industry itself), but we can see it happening all around us: As people age, they are subjected to increasingly severe and costly medical procedures. Everyone gets sick. No one dies healthy! And even young and healthy people are subject to catastrophic events.

But what if I told you, it doesn't have to be that way...? It is that way because that's the reality we have created for ourselves — and we are free to create a different, more pleasant reality.

Creating Your Reality
To a very large extent, each of us creates our own reality. Each person lives, literally, in a different world than anyone else — a world of his/her own creation. Even modern science is beginning to realize that there is no objective, external world in which we all live; that each person's reality is a projection created by the person's thoughts, feelings, and beliefs.

Each of us is literally making his/her own movie of what is real, frame by frame, moment to moment. The life-energy of our being is the light bulb in the movie projector; our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs create the images on the film; and the light of our being shines through the film, projecting the images on a screen. Those projected images are what we then accept as "the real world."

To a large degree, our personal movies are projected onto a communal screen; and, to a large degree, they reinforce each other. We can call this an illustration of "collective consciousness." But there are always some people who manage to break out of the mass consciousness, to go in a different direction and create a different reality for themselves. There are many people, in fact, who have been diagnosed with hopeless, incurable diseases — who have rejected the diagnosis and healed themselves! Other people often dismiss these happenings as flukes or "miracles," but they are simply cases of individuals choosing to create a different reality than the mass consciousness version.

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