The Mind, Body, Spirit of Biology – My Driver Education Health Plan

I drive a 2005 Saab 92.  I’ve taken very good care of this car.  I call it my “Baby Car”.  I love this car and the odometer is tracking in at 100,000+ miles.  I know my car but I don’t know how it works.

I’ve followed all the right instructions to care for my car.  A 5,000 mile oil change, an every 50,000 mile check-up, and I rotate my tires often.  This car runs like a charm and I have no intention of trading it in any time soon.

I’m the driver of this car and I ensure that this car is running in expert condition at all times.  I’ve seen other Saab 92s on the road that don’t work as well as mine.  It’s obvious the driver isn’t taking as good care of his car as I am.

Listen to the simple message in the videos below by Bruce Lipton and his car analogy.  For me, this was a great example of why it’s important for me to be an educated driver.  I’m managing my affordable health care plan by educating myself on my mind, body and spirit connection to better well-being.

I’ll see you right back here tomorrow for more insight into my journey to well-being.  Until then, I send you my blessings and wishes for a prosperous and abundant day.

(This article is in no way a substitute for advice from a medical professional.  This author shall not be held liable for any loss or other damages, including but not limited to incidental, consequential, or other damages. This author makes no claims for any medical benefits of this program. The advice of a competent medical professional should always be sought in the case of health matters.  Copyright in this document belongs to this author.)

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