“It is your birthright to be healthy, happy and loved!”

~ Bio-Touch quote

What a powerful concept! Over the years, I’ve read and heard the quote “It is your birthright to be healthy, happy, and loved” many times throughout my association with the Bio-Touch organization. But before now I hadn’t stopped to consider what it really meant.

The dictionary defines birthright as “a right, privilege, or possession to which a person is entitled from birth.” Therefore, the quote means that each and every one of us is entitled to be healthy, happy, and loved from birth and throughout our lives. Wow!

Yet, how many of us have fully embraced that notion, or have even gotten that memo to begin with? It certainly wasn’t a concept I heard growing up or in public or religious school. But what if we all had learned about it and accepted it as the norm from childhood? How differently would we have lived our lives? How much more would we have expected, or even demanded with regard to the quality of our healthcare, life’s work, hobbies, relationships and so much more?

That’s why the Bio-Touch organization strives to empower everyone with this knowledge so they’ll reclaim their birthright to be healthy, happy, and loved, no matter what their history, their belief systems, their physical or emotional conditions, etc. Since I’ve discovered Bio-Touch and shared it with others, I’ve seen, over and over again, how people in pain relax and smile after simply being lightly touched on a few points on their bodies. I’ve been on the receiving end of that remarkable phenomenon, too.

Deep down inside we start to feel that necessary connection with another human being through this unique healing technique, and know intrinsically that we’ve experienced the love that comes with that connection. It nurtures and strengthens our very core, reminding us and bringing us into the correct alignment with our beautiful birthright, even if we never knew we were so entitled!

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