Mastering Life through Healing with Dr. Jeff Kahrs

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Mastering Life through Healing with Dr. Jeff Kahrs

Mastering life is about finding solutions and resolving issues we encounter on our journey. My business coach, Kathy Brandon, the Happiness Chick from the Ready for Happiness Group, told me that God puts things in our lives so that when we find a resolution for it, when we overcome it, we then feel compelled to share that with the world; it becomes our gift to society.

Promoting the solution becomes our way of mastering life.

Lunch at the Indochine Restaurant in Tacoma, Washington, March 2014. I look and feel more fantastic than I did a year ago.

Lunch at the Indochine Restaurant in Tacoma, Washington, March 2014. I look and feel more fantastic than I did the previous year.

When we are on a mission to be physically better, to change and become healthier, so that we can be of better service in the world, we find solutions that permeate our life and, in the process of sharing those with others, we ourselves become healed. I find this very peculiar, that getting well requires sharing, educating, and ultimately teaching what we know, even if it is just by example.

When I went back to chiropractic care in the summer of 2013, I got more than I bargained for. Meeting Dr. Jeff Kahrs for the first time was literally a mind blowing experience as I realized my desire to return to health, specifically, the Simmons Chiropractic Clinic, was really about connecting with someone who was also pursuing health. The serendipity of that experience was finding out that he was going to Kenya in December of 2013! Since I had been there in January/February of that same year, I had a rich reservoir of experiences and information to share with him for his journey.

Dr. Jeff Kahrs in Kenya ministering to the Maasai with healing hands, December 2013.

Dr. Jeff Kahrs in Kenya ministering to the Maasai with healing hands, December 2013.

And what did Dr. Jeff Kahrs find in Kenya? He found healing. That may surprise you because he is considered a healer in our society. However, if you give what you have, you receive more in abundance. Mastering life is sharing what God has given you with those who cannot give anything in return for your service.

When we do good in the world, we are being healed; when we find a need greater than ourselves and give to it, we receive healing for our own wounds and brokenness. —Dr. Warren Bruhl

Does this mean Dr. Jeff Kahrs is going to sell everything and move to Kenya? No because loving your neighbor as yourself means loving yourself first, which means developing a lifestyle that is healthy and nourishing, that is balanced and intriguing. Mastering life is about determining EXACTLY what you need in order to minister to others without depleting your own natural resources, be it health, wealth, or time. Establishing yourself first so that you have the flexibility and strength to contribute involves creating that foundation, that storehouse from which you can nurture those in need. This will look different for every person. We are all unique and will do this in a variety of ways; we cannot all live like Mother Teresa or Ken and Sandy Taylor.

Originally uploaded by Penywise at morguefile.com.

Originally uploaded by Penywise at morguefile.com.

While you are building your resources to pursue the desire of your heart, what can you do to contribute to the work in Kenya that will not undermine your current efforts? Here are a few ideas to partner with Dreamweaver International at levels of $25, $50, $100, $350, and $1,000 towards the Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital:

  • $25 will purchase antibiotics to save 5 people from a death threatening infectious disease
  • $50 will purchase worm medicine to treat 100 children
  • $100 will purchase medical supplies to complete 3 basic emergency medical procedures
  • $350 will purchase a portable adjusting table to provide chiropractic care for thousands of Maasai over the next 10 years
  • $1,000 will purchase 1/10th of the cost of a medical suite for patient care.
Team that went to the Kimana Rift Valley in December 2013, including Dr. Warren Bruhl and Dr. Jeff Kahrs.

Team that went to the Kimana Rift Valley in December 2013, including Dr. Warren Bruhl and Dr. Jeff Kahrs.

Obviously, the sky is the limit; your imagination can provide other ideas to assist by:

  • joining the Dreamweaver International team going to Kenya
  • contributing sports equipment or musical equipment to Gear for Goals
  • distributing this equipment to under resourced children when you travel to specific countries
  • teaching English
  • educating the Maasai with basic computer skills
Dr. Warren Bruhl and Dr. Jeff Kahrs providing chiropractic care to local residents in Kimana, Kenya, December 2013.

Dr. Warren Bruhl and Dr. Jeff Kahrs providing chiropractic care to local residents in Kimana, Kenya, December 2013.

Listening to your heart, following your instinct, finding solutions to those problems that plague you, and desiring to share your discoveries with others is all part of mastering life. Join Dr. Warren Bruhl and Dr. Jeff Kahrs today in their quest for providing more accessible healing to the residents of the Kimana Rift Valley.

Dr. Jeff Kahrs adjusting a Maasai in Amboseli National Park, Kenya, January 2015.

Dr. Jeff Kahrs adjusting a Maasai in Amboseli National Park, Kenya, January 2015.

Find healing for yourself through helping others do the same.

For more information on how you can make an incredible impact on the Maasai in the Kimana Rift Valley of Kenya by contributing to the Mount Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital, contact Dr. Warren Bruhl via email: dr.bruhl@dreamweaver911.org or other members of  the Board through Dreamweaver International.

 

Support Dr. Jeff Kahrs as he returns to Kenya in January  2016 to work with Dreamweaver International, visit the children of Ingrid Education Centre, taking dresses to the school from Little Dresses for Africa as well as providing chiropractic care to both.

To donate, go to https://www.gofundme.com/mp6trnr8

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2 Comments

  1. We spent a year living in Ghana, and a month in Kenya. We would love to coordinate a return trip with someone.

    • Thank you, Carol, for your comment. I will send you an email with details about the work we are doing in Kenya.

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