If I were asked, "What is the point of all these medicines, products, webinars, podcasts and interviews that make up the structure of your company?" my answer would probably be, "to help my friends see the world a little bit differently."
It has become clear to many people during the past few years that the model the world uses to run on is, to put it mildly, fatally flawed. No matter which area of life we look at—relationships, governance, medicine, economics, biology, physics—we run up against gaping inconsistencies and flaws. We, the people of the world, live with the consequences of these tragic systems. We encounter poisoned foods, medicines, a health care system that make us sick, economies that steal our resources, and governments that force us into wars. At some point, we need to individually and collectively ask simple questions, starting with, "isn't there a better way to look at life?" That is the question that has occupied my attention my entire adult life, and that has been put into a laser focus these past two years. When something isn't working, people of good will need to look at things in a new way, to ask such fundamental questions as, where did this come from, how did this start, and is it true?
As I grew better at asking and sometimes answering these questions, people emerged who could help. When I got disillusioned by the science that studies living things ONLY after they have been killed, a man came along and said, "No, Tom, you can study people or plants or bacteria by seeing how much light they give off. You can use this science to change how you see the world and your very capacity to see in the first place." This understanding led the man to create the Analemma water wand. For me, the water wand is not to treat this or that disease or merely to enliven water. Its purpose is to help us see the world differently, for I am convinced that when we see the world in a new, more realistic way, we will be in awe of the beauty and majesty of the phenomena we call life. A person in touch with the beauty and majesty of life will do whatever is needed to preserve, honor, and cherish the world out of which this life is born.
There's a similar purpose with our "flagship" product, Strophanthus capsules and extract. Collected in the wild in the Cameroon by local people who refer to Strophanthus as "the gift from Paradise," and processed by small companies with a commitment to the quality of their work, the "medicine" is not simply to reduce lactic acid build-up, to support heart function, or to protect and oxygenate our tissues. The point is to help you see the world in a new way. The point is to strengthen your heart, the heart that is the anagram of the earth, that is the center of our being, and the ground on which we walk. People who walk through life with their hearts open see the world differently; they would never imagine wantonly destroying the center of our very existence, our earth/heart home. Once this switch happens, your heart can relax, and new possibilities can emerge.
The stories of these two products illustrate the larger goal of our company, which is, in our small way, to contribute to the unfolding of a new era on our earth/heart home. We can't express our gratitude enough to all our friends and supporters. Our spring sale is a small way of expressing our thanks.