By Kimberly Carter Gamble
What will it take to truly heal?
For quite some time, we have been talking about our ThriveConnect initiative. ThriveConnect was developed with the intention to catalyze, coordinate, and support technological, social, educational and economic breakthroughs in all 12 major sectors of human endeavor.
We developed a coherent system for evaluating the different projects we heard from after the film was released, and we identified and secured proposals from what we believe to be the most impactful projects in each Sector — half in the realm of technology providing electricity, water purification, decontamination, agricultural and health innovations, and the others dealing with social, economic, educational, environmental and justice issues.
Finding and vetting promising technologies has not been nearly as challenging as navigating the international compliance issues, legal regulations, and delivery protocols that are necessary to be legal, safe and effective in creating access for humanity to new initiatives. The Health Sector is especially encumbered by regulations and, as such, provides a worthy challenge. When people are healthy they can do what they came here to do…It’s the bottom line for global transformation.
As many of you know, Foster and I have been working with Rythmia Life Advancement Center to benefit from the expertise they’ve gained in the course of establishing their world-class medically-licensed resort in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. We are building a sustainable business model, called Thrive Health Access that will offer unprecedented opportunities for restoring health and wholeness.
To develop the model we chose a holistic revitalization program that can activate and enhance your body’s natural ability to repair itself.
It’s called HemaLucent and it’s a unique and patented process for activating one’s own blood with appropriate and gentle laser light frequencies and then using the same light to guide the activated cells to whatever parts of the body need most support.
We are also helping to organize a series of inspiring thought leaders, including Dr. Joe Mercola, Nassim Haramein, Rev. Michael Beckwith, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Barbara Marx Hubbard and others in the health and consciousness arenas, to come spend time and offer workshops at Rythmia so that they and their networks can add to the global healing and community experience that is emerging there.
Foster and I will be there doing a workshop at Rythmia ourselves — Thriving — Up Close and Personal — on January 8th through 14th. We will be presenting and hosting conversations about:
- personal relationship skills
- grounded solutions in health, energy and money
- applying the Thrive Liberty Perspective to solve current issues like economic, social and environmental collapse.
This gathering will be a rare opportunity for us to spend relaxed, in-depth and intimate time with fellow Thrivers in this beautiful, healing setting. Space is limited and we hope you will sign up early to join us — and possibly experience the HemaLucent program as well.
We encourage those of you who can to experience Rythmia with all its offerings and share it with your friends. And we hope those of you who can’t afford it at this time will support our hard work in navigating uncharted, severely-restricted territories to create a model for bringing new technologies out legally, safely and effectively.
We will keep you posted and meanwhile we invite you to sign up to the Thrive Health Access mailing list to stay informed about our progress.