COVID-19 What we’ve learned so far

As the tidal wave of COVID-19 rolls over our globe, and the world braces for many possible outcomes, the world also mourns the loss of family, friends, and loved ones. At the same time, tremendous positivity emerges amidst the confusion, frustration, anger, fear, and grief. I’ve watched communities support one another. I’ve watched selfless people in healthcare, emergency services, law enforcement, grocery stores, restaurants, transportation, utilities, and many more put themselves at risk to keep the world turning. I’ve watched corporations and governments support the health and socioeconomic needs of their employees and citizens as best they can within the limitations of a contagion.

Our planet exhales with vitality! Clear skies and roaming wildlife abound in some of the world’s most populated places. Fish can be seen in the canal waters of Venice once more, Mount Kenya can be seen from Nairobi 85 miles away, and the remarkable skies of Los Angeles that haven’t been seen since the early 1960s. Click here to see images from around the world.

Furthermore, I’ve listened to endless medical commentaries on just about every news networks worldwide about a solution. Yet, there’s only discussion surrounding a vaccine and why one won’t be ready available anytime soon. Of course rules and regulations guide the production of medical products. However, intellectual politics always impede the production process. In the face of no medical solutions, where have world health and science organizations told the global population to turn? —The Human Body.

Elected leaders and scientists admit our most immediate, available, and effective power to reduce the spread of infection depends on people. Human behavior has now become the primary antidote. Specifically, how our everyday conduct will either enable or disable the spread of infection. COVID-19 shows us by becoming aware of our interactions that people are best positioned to remain healthy. But what if this awareness of health doesn’t end with interrupting the spread of a single virus? Suppose the power to restore any health imbalance is also embedded within human behavior!

For example, social distancing is about how people position their physical body in relation to other people’s physical position. In my previous blog post I talked about how intimacy supports blood/lymph health. In other words, how people position themselves in relationship-are they positioned to receive and offer intimacy or are they unavailable or avoid intimate situations? Each of the organs holds information about the details of positioning in relationships. Respected, disrespected, empowered or dis-empowered, safe or insecure. 

As I have worked with people over the last twenty years, when they include this information in their healing process their body returns to health. The book I am writing will reveal the hidden healing information for each of the body’s organs and systems!

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John Kortum

Medically perceptive consultant, author, teacher, and speaker. He travels the world sharing his technique with people of all backgrounds. Bring John to your next event.