Malala Yousafzai is the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Her story is an amazing one. After viewing her Nobel acceptance speech, Dr Rubin was compelled to talk about her amazing fortitude and resilience, and also relate it to how important it is to work to help what Malala calls ‘the voiceless children.’ This podcast was originally posted in May of 2016.
Have you ever been in a place where everyone around you thought you were absolutely crazy for what you were about to do, but you went ahead and did it anyway? In this story about the ‘Valley of the Blind’, Dr Rubin explains, through a fictional story originally based on the work of HG Wells and retold by Reggie Gold, one person was lead down a path where he had to make a choice, and he chose to take the path less traveled. He chose to go against what ‘everybody’ else said, and do what was right in his heart. Where is your path taking you?
BJ Palmer’s most immortalized words are from his book, The Glory of Going On: “You have in your possession a sacred trust. Guard it well.” What are you doing to guard it well? Are you honoring that sacred trust? That’s a decision you make complete every day, or go off the path every day. Like BJ’s message several podcasts ago, from The Story of Slipping and Checking, the time to change things is right now. Do you know what your sacred trust is? Are you guarding it well?
Have you wondered why there is so much talk about concussion lately? When I was a kid growing up in the 1960s there was hardly any concussion, hardly any autism, hardly any ADHD. What is happening to our children these days? Listen as Dr. Rubin gives his thoughts about this pervasive issue.
Ever wonder what allows those Innate thought flashes to appear out of nowhere while you’re driving, running, we’re taking a shower? Are you the kind of person who listens to those thought flashes, or ignores them? Do you write down the ideas given to you by those thought flashes? Listen as Dr. Rubin explains BJ Palmer’s philosophy on how to best allow the innate mind to contact the educated mind.
Do you remember Eric Clapton’s great hit song “Change the World?” That is Dr. Rubin’s latest podcast topic, regarding the impact Dr. Larry Webster had on him and had on chiropractic. Is it true that one person can change the world? Why not you? Why not now?
Why are we seeing an increase in the number of water catastrophes around the planet in the last 10 to 20 years? A recent article in the Economist magazine shows us this trend is getting worse every year. If we remember that human beings are made up of more than 70% water, maybe humanity has a little bit of blame for the increase in these water related disasters? Listen in as Dr. Rubin explains an intriguing theory he first heard about from Dr. Emoto in The Hidden Messages of Water.
BJ Palmer, in his book The Bigness of the Fellow Within, has a fabulous chapter titled The Story of Slipping and Checking. In it he talks about how, during the game of golf, it is very easy for you to notice when you’ve made a mistake. It is instantly apparent. But in the game of life, it is not that easy. Listen to Dr. Rubin as he talks about what slipping checking means for your life.