“The wisdom of nature” was a term frequently used in former times, but it is seldom heard any more. Sad to relate, it has become old fashioned and archaic when applied to realms of science and healing. This stands in sharp contrast to the periods when nature reigned supreme in the minds of all people, a source of fascination to the artist and inspiration to the scientist. She is not thought of as inanimate and powerless, but rather as an attribute of the Divine, a living manifestation of perfect law and order.

– Harold E. Buttram, M.D.


“You could stand here sick with ten illnesses today, and tomorrow have no evidence of any of them. Your body has the ability to replenish itself that fast. But most of you do not have the ability to change your thoughts that fast. So the amount of time that it takes between sickness and wellness is only the amount of time that it takes for me to figure out how to let it in — for me to figure out how to feel good, when I’m looking at something that makes me feel bad”.

Esther (Abraham and Jerry)


It is not attention to lack of wellness that makes you sick. It is attention to the lack of many things… Chronic attention to unwanted things holds you in a place of disallowing your physical well-being, as well as disallowing the solutions to other things you are focused upon. If you would focus your attention upon the experience of physical well-being as much as you focus upon the absence of it, not only would your recovery come quickly, but maintaining your physical well-being and balance would also be easy.

Our Love
Esther (Abraham and Jerry)

You in mind.