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Let’s Celebrate! Holistic Healing for Military Veterans at No Cost

Let’s Celebrate! Holistic Healing for Military Veterans at No Cost

What is Heaven and Earth Oasis’s mandate? To provide alternative healthcare to veterans at no cost. Our ultimate goal is to build a facility that is an amazing retreat center as a for-profit and a non-profit that includes equine therapy, animal therapy of all kinds; birds, dogs, horses.

Do you think U.S. military veterans should have access to free holistic healing treatments? So does Heaven and Earth Oasis, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization who’s holding their 7th Annual Fundraising Luncheon on October 26th (sponsored by SoCal Gas, Cryohealthcare and Pulse Centers PEMF). Terri Tilton, who is on the Board of Directors, shared their vision. – Radiance

What is Heaven and Earth Oasis’s mandate? To provide alternative healthcare to veterans at no cost. Our ultimate goal is to build a facility that is an amazing retreat center as a for-profit and a non-profit that includes equine therapy, animal therapy of all kinds; birds, dogs, horses. We will provide equipment and modalities for pain relief, like CBD, all for the people who put their lives on the line for us and our freedom. They’ve not been cared for properly!

Now people will come from all over the world to experience this healing center, and those people will help finance veterans attending for no charge. Right now, we just need investors to say “Yes” to contributing.

Traditional medical treatments just aren’t enough. Pharmaceuticals work for some things, but opioids, for instance, can be a disaster. We know that alternative healthcare provides amazing results. From my own experience with cancer, I had great doctors, but I attribute the bulk of my healing as a cancer survivor to holistic practitioners who used a creative visualization technique. That alternative modality helped me really come to grips with dealing with it.

What do you say to people who are skeptical about holistic remedies in general, let alone for men and women who had very difficult experiences as a soldier in war? For me personally, because I deal with that kind of work as a practitioner, everyone has trauma. Most of the time it happens when we’re young, and from those, we create belief systems that are radically skewed about how life is based on that experience, which greatly hinders our growth as loving human beings. Then we even go a step further and create people and situations to validate and confirm those dysfunctional views of life.

I’m a firm advocate of the subconscious mind, and to be able to get someone to recognize what their wounds are and be able to properly heal them, that’s real progress. Now you’re not going to win all the battles…

Interesting turn of phrase. Yes, no pun intended! People are much more open these days to anything that’s going to help them. Especially with the opioid crisis.

Yes, more hospitals are using essential oils in lieu of opioids many times. Yes, and acupuncture has been around for centuries. Chiropractic was the forerunner of a holistic practice that insurance companies now cover because it works! Even more doctors are becoming more open and aware to these other effective healing modalities. Even the VA recognizes that alternative health care is essential and helps the veterans.

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