Friday, May 14, 2010
I had a great day today at Black Mountain Natural Foods
at their health fair. This is the first time I have ever done a public screening and I really enjoyed it. There were several people who got their spines scanned and were very glad to know that there is actually some kind of equipment that can verify that they really do have a problem with their spinal, nervous system. Not only does it show where the problem is, but it also shows how bad it is.
Most of the people who got a scan knew that they had some problems, but a few had no idea how serious it was. That is one of the beauties of the Insight Subluxation Station
it is objective proof of a problem. I was surprised myself at how severe a couple of the scans were. I have not seen such severe indications of nerve interference since I started doing scans and I have done hundreds.
I was impressed by how much spinal dysfunction is walking around untreated. It is a serious problem. If the nervous system is not operating properly, you cannot be manifesting optimal health. You can eat the best foods and drink the best water, but if the nerves cannot tell the body how to properly handle these great ingredients you are wasting a lot of good effort trying to get healthy or stay that way.
I would like to do more public screenings. I have avoided them because I thought that I would be embarrassed or that I would sit there ignored. On the contrary, the time flew, lots of people wanted to know about their neuro-spinal health and I had a wonderful time getting to know more of my neighbors. I really felt like I was performing an important service to the community. I was reminded today of the duty I have to let people know these things about their spines and to help them make sane decisions about their health.
I appreciate the good folks at Black Mountain Natural Foods here in Black Mountain, NC and I thank them for letting me be a part of their health fair. The fair continues tomorrow, Saturday, May 15. I will be there from 11:00 to 2:00. Come by and get a scan.