"We think too much and feel too little."
I must admit, being born in the 70's, I was completely unaware of the Charlie Chaplin film "The Great Dictator". Apparently, it was a film quite ahead of its time. The film was a strong satire comedy of Nazi Germany and Adolf Hitler. Chaplin wrote, directed, produced and starred in the film as a satirical Hitler himself in charge of his Nazi military whom he is speaking to in this clip. Keep in mind, it was released while the United States was still at peace with Germany. The last 3 minutes of the film contain a speech so powerful, so poignant and so moving that I felt compelled to share it on the blog. 

The YouTube video connects this speech from a film released in 1940 to current historical and political events via various images. 

It is not very graphic, but I recommend discretion and NOT allowing small children to see such intense images.
How does this connect to integrated neurotherapies and clinical nutrition, in which I specialize? What does this have to do with the myriad of clinical symptoms and diagnoses that people carry stapled to them when they walk through my door every day? How is this video related to EEG biofeedback, Chiropractic, Restorative Nutrition and Health?

The answer is connection in humanity. Oneness. Ultimately, my view on restoring balance and harmony to the mind and body begins with restoring you to your Self. Guiding you back to the self-discovery - the inner knowing - of who you really are, not who you have become confused about being.

We have forgotten who we are. All of us. Including me, of course. 

All dis-ease and all healing are a part of a spiritual disconnection and spiritual awakening, respectively. I work with the nervous system via brainwaves, sound frequency, food, supplementation and adjustments. But the real purpose behind all of that is to remove the chaos that is blinding you from remembering that you are a being of love and light connected to everyone and everything around you.

This is wholeness. This is health. This is peace. It begins in you. It begins in me.

Peace be with you.  Peace be with your friends. Peace be with your enemies.