The Journey

Posted January 25, 2011 @ 3:56pm | by Kori Mortenson

Do you remember when you were a kid and the 2-hour car ride felt like 10 and you'd perfected the skill of whining to your parents "are we there yet?"  Have you ever found yourself praying to the high heavens for pain and despair to simply end?  Remember that major accomplishment which made you proclaim "I've finally arrived, I've made it?"  It's ok to think that there is an end in sight; endings are one way we measure our achievements.  But in many instances, the end can blind us to all of the wonderful changes that take place during the journey.

It is very natural for you to wonder when your chiropractic care will end.  As you start to get that itch to stray away from the chiropractic adjustment, take a moment and think about all of the changes you have experienced since beginning.  The most important question: how has the quality of your life changed?  Some changes will scream at you like a neon sign while others remain more silent.  The silent ones are usually the more important ones.

Your nerve system is one of the most magical systems you were ever given.  It controls every function of every cell, tissue and organ in your body.  You can't live without it.  Any level of interference will compromise your physiology, and more importantly the expression of who you are as an individual.  If you're still wondering when your chiropractic care will end, ask yourself this: when are you through using your nerve system?  When won't you need it?  With this level of importance, don't you think your nerve system is worth paying attention to on a regular basis?

You may change jobs, change relationships, even move across the country.  Life will always hand you little journeys.  The wise choice would be to make sure that your nerve system is healthy enough to support your life.

"It is good to have an end to journey toward; but is is the journey that matters in the end." -Ursula K. LeGuin

 
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