It's an inside job. It's personal.
Our medicalized lives distract us from the inner work we all must do to experience joy and peace all the way to the end of our physicality.
This is the confusion and powerlessness we face if we are hospitalized and do not have a plan for treatment that reflects our wishes.
What is a provocation or insight that might inspire others during this challenge?
We can't depend upon our $2.9 trillion American healthcare system to help us live fully all the way to the end. Standard care leads us to die in the ICU robbing us of the opportunity to explore and experience our transcendence to another dimension. We do not need to wait for public policy or medicine to change; we can each do this for ourselves as the title of my book says, I'll Have It My Way.