Welcome to The Story of Meaningful Use –
A Magazine Capturing the Story of Health for People, Environment, Economy & Habitat!
A day does not go by where you do not hear a complaint about personal health, how much health care cost, how health care system bankrupts people and how broken our health care system is in the United States.
Imagine a world where you can have health because we live in an eco-system globally that puts health first for the people, environment, habitat and economy.
What I have known as a result of my own experiences that the best way to health is when you are able to create a healthy life without much thinking. Yet institutions push us to deal with lots of detail each day we have to think about and respond to.
This creates stress and an endless task of thought to counteract the obstructions and cost that stand in our way of meeting our needs that the current economy of health care obstructs because our needs are community and home centric rather than episodic centric based on institutional practice and regulation.
In contrast we use practices of spirit, consciousness and alternative health modalities with the intent to counteract that which a person cannot counteract alone.
Life has gotten complicated by an economy in use that obstructs our capacity to protect ourselves from environment and chemical hazards or life practices that are as simple as counteracting sleep deprivation through stress management and new approaches to work and living.
We are living in a neural landscape of challenge today that counteracts change through personal denial or systemic obstruction caused by a health care system that is does not support us to live in health.
This magazine last year on February 28, 2011. The participation and number of readers and how it has been welcomes had taken me by surprise in a very pleasant way. Thank you so much for being open to learning with me.
I am currently shifting my audience to communities and people, outside the limitations of government, commercial and non profits institutions. Please spread the word to your friends and communities of networks.
My belief at this time is that the change we need will be best fostered by local communities of people organizing neural landscapes of health based on the needs of people living in local communities, who draw from global resources and forms of relating that serve the best health practices to ensure a quality and form of living that requires a new kind of investment in people to assure a future for our children.
Please let me know what you think and create a form of participation that fosters health for you, your community and other people around the world.
Lavinia Gene Weissman
December 27, 2011