“Kindness gives to another. Compassion knows no other.”
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In a recent study, fMRI (Functional MRI), Mary Helen Immordino-Yang and colleagues at the Brain and Creativity Institute studied strong feelings of compassion for both social pain in one group, and physical pain in another. Both feelings involved an expected change in activity in the anterior insula, anterior cingulate, hypothalamus, and midbrain. But, they also found a previously undescribed pattern of cortical activity on the posterior medial surface of each brain hemisphere. This region is involved in the default mode of brain function and is implicated in self-related processes.
Activity in the anterior insula related to compassion for social pain peaked later and endured longer than that associated with compassion for physical pain.
I don’t want people to suffer, especially KIDS!
Chiropractors are meant to take care of your nervous system, it is very important for you to know that your mind, body, and spirit are all interconnected, interact, and manifest in nervous system function. Therefore, there are three causes of subluxation, physical, emotional and chemical. Because of the holistic approach, Chiropractors teach people how to eat healthy, how to train their body, educate their mind, and practice emotional-spiritual exercise in order to maintain SPIRIT-SOUL- BODY ALIGNMENT. In other words, promote living a SUBLUXATION-free life!
As you may have noticed by the multiple posters on our walls, we are involved in the charity organization, Compassion Canada, that later became Compassion International. Chiropractors with Compassion is a professional division that is supported by several hundred chiropractic offices.
God wants more than everyone else wants, he wants us to live happy, healthy, and more abundant on earth. There is no need for suffering and we don’t want to see it happening. The only way to achieve this is to not ignore it or pretend that nothing is going on, but rather to step into it. Help kids and families find way out of the poverty by helping sick people realize that health is within and it’s up to them to step into it and start getting healed; to share love, time, and talents that we have been given. We believe that what has been given to us is for us to share with you and others, not to be greedy or to accumulate more, but be an example through understanding. One of my greatest Japanese teachers said “Life is similar to breathing, you can’t just breathe in. You need to breathe out in order to live. If you hold your breath, you will die. So, we need to breath out and by this process our lung capacity will grow and life can continue. It’s all about God giving life to us, moment to moment.”
Be a blessing for this world. Love ya!