Our current approach to healthcare focuses primarily on dysfunction, disease, and the presence or absence of pain and symptoms. And in a system focused on dysfunction, disease, pain, and symptoms one could only expect to find those things. The failure in that thinking is that we also have a tendency to equate the absence of pain and symptoms with a high quality state of health, when, in fact, those rarely occur at the onset of dysfunction. For instance, most cancers, heart disease, and diabetes produce very few symptoms, if any, until they're full-blown, and they will kill you. On the other hand, jamming your little toe on the corner of the coffee table in full-stride hurts so badly that you will nearly lose consciousness, but you won't die from it. So, the presence or absence of pain and symptoms is a highly inaccurate and inappropriate gauge of the quality of health you possess.
The Wellness Lifestyle
The Wellness Lifestyle focuses on optimizing our Life experience, constantly pursuing living life to its fullest potential. It is a lifestyle that focuses on all that is right with the world and eliminating all that diminishes our capacity to experience life purely, freely, wholly, and positively.