Partnership for Public Service

Partnership for Public Service The Partnership for Public Service: Effective Government for the American People. Over the last 15 years, we’ve inspired a new generation to serve in government; helped develop the leaders within government; increased the engagement and commitment of federal employees; helped modernize government management systems; and built networks of businesses, policy-makers, foundations and others to advocate for and invest in effective government.
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As a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, the Partnership is uniquely positioned to lead the charge to promote an efficient, innovative and responsive government for the American people.

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Throughout #PSRW, we have asked public servants to share why they serve. For some, it's a family tradition and a lifelon...
05/06/2021
Why do federal employees choose public service? •

Throughout #PSRW, we have asked public servants to share why they serve. For some, it's a family tradition and a lifelong passion. Others join public service later in their careers. Take a look at some of these stories: https://ourpublicservice.org/blog/why-do-federal-employees-choose-public-service/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620324043&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

To celebrate Public Service Recongition Week, federal employees shared their experiences working in government and why they chose public service.

Nicole Nelson-Jean's strong self-awareness helped to create a more nuclear-secure world. She is also the #Sammies 2004 w...
05/06/2021

Nicole Nelson-Jean's strong self-awareness helped to create a more nuclear-secure world. She is also the #Sammies 2004 winner in the Emerging Leaders category, and the focus of our latest Public Service Leadership Model case study.

Read more: https://ourpublicservice.org/our-work/public-service-leadership-model/case-studies/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620324036&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook#selfawareness

Nicole Nelson-Jean's strong self-awareness helped to create a more nuclear-secure world. She is also the #Sammies 2004 winner in the Emerging Leaders category, and the focus of our latest Public Service Leadership Model case study.

Read more: https://ourpublicservice.org/our-work/public-service-leadership-model/case-studies/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620324036&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook#selfawareness

TODAY: We are hosting a virtual event from 12–1 p.m. ET featuring a special panel discussion with four former national s...
05/06/2021

TODAY: We are hosting a virtual event from 12–1 p.m. ET featuring a special panel discussion with four former national security leaders:

- Fiona Hill
- William B. Taylor
- Alexander Vindman
- Marie Yovanovitch

There is still time to register: https://ourpublicservice.org/events/rebuilding-our-institutions/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620147631&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

TODAY: We are hosting a virtual event from 12–1 p.m. ET featuring a special panel discussion with four former national security leaders:

- Fiona Hill
- William B. Taylor
- Alexander Vindman
- Marie Yovanovitch

There is still time to register: https://ourpublicservice.org/events/rebuilding-our-institutions/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620147631&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

This #PSRW, remember to celebrate the legislative branch, too! We recorded a mini audio series with two caseworkers from...
05/06/2021
Public Service Recognition Week: Stories of congressional service

This #PSRW, remember to celebrate the legislative branch, too! We recorded a mini audio series with two caseworkers from the House and Senate, highlighting how their dedicated service helps the American people. Give it a listen! https://soundcloud.com/user-650785162/sets/public-service-recognition-week-stories-of-congressional-service

As a part of our Public Service Recognition Week celebration, the Partnership for Public Service interviewed two caseworkers in the legislative branch to understand how they approach their public serv

It's #PublicServiceRecognitionWeek, so let's learn more about the federal workers that we are celebrating! Some takeaway...
05/05/2021

It's #PublicServiceRecognitionWeek, so let's learn more about the federal workers that we are celebrating! Some takeaways:

1️⃣ More than 80% of the federal workforce is located outside of the DC region

2️⃣ The top 10 occupations in government include admin, legal and medical jobs

To celebrate #PSRW, we are hosting a virtual event on Thursday, May 6, from 12–1 p.m. ET featuring a special panel discu...
05/04/2021

To celebrate #PSRW, we are hosting a virtual event on Thursday, May 6, from 12–1 p.m. ET featuring a special panel discussion with four former national security leaders:

- Fiona Hill
- William B. Taylor
- Alexander Vindman
- Marie Yovanovitch

Learn more and register: https://ourpublicservice.org/events/rebuilding-our-institutions/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620147636&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

To celebrate #PSRW, we are hosting a virtual event on Thursday, May 6, from 12–1 p.m. ET featuring a special panel discussion with four former national security leaders:

- Fiona Hill
- William B. Taylor
- Alexander Vindman
- Marie Yovanovitch

Learn more and register: https://ourpublicservice.org/events/rebuilding-our-institutions/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620147636&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

Help us celebrate #PublicServiceRecognitionWeek with our new frame for your profile picture!
05/04/2021

Help us celebrate #PublicServiceRecognitionWeek with our new frame for your profile picture!

Help us celebrate #PublicServiceRecognitionWeek with our new frame for your profile picture!

Today is #FedsAcrossAmerica day for Federal Executive Boards (FEBs)! We are excited to recognize high-performing Federal...
05/04/2021

Today is #FedsAcrossAmerica day for Federal Executive Boards (FEBs)! We are excited to recognize high-performing Federal employees in their local communities and highlight innovative efforts that advance the missions of Federal agencies. Congrats to all! https://ourpublicservice.org/public-service-recognition-week/federal-executive-boards/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620131411&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

Today is #FedsAcrossAmerica day for Federal Executive Boards (FEBs)! We are excited to recognize high-performing Federal employees in their local communities and highlight innovative efforts that advance the missions of Federal agencies. Congrats to all! https://ourpublicservice.org/public-service-recognition-week/federal-executive-boards/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620131411&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

This week, we announced the 29 finalists for the 2021 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals, which highlight federa...
05/03/2021
Meet the 2021 Service to America Medal finalists •

This week, we announced the 29 finalists for the 2021 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals, which highlight federal employees who go above and beyond to make a lasting difference for our country and beyond.

Meet the #Sammies2021 finalists: https://ourpublicservice.org/blog/meet-the-2021-service-to-america-medal-finalists/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620079222&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

Meet the 29 finalists for the 2021 Service to America Medals, featuring a new category recognizing those who supported the pandemic response.

05/03/2021

Congratulations to Mary Frances Triplett Matthews (MA ’07), a finalist in the 2021 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals, also known as the “Oscars” of government service. She is one of 29 finalists for the award which recognizes unsung heroes in the federal government for outstanding accomplishments. Matthews, who has a master's degree in psychology, works for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, where she reduced the lengthy backlog of disability appeals by 87% in two years. Read more about her: https://bit.ly/3nKdxMt Partnership for Public Service Wake Forest University Wake Forest Parents and Families

THIS WEEK: On Wednesday, we're teaming up with Margaret Talev and Tony-nominated actress Adrienne Warren to dive into th...
05/03/2021

THIS WEEK: On Wednesday, we're teaming up with Margaret Talev and Tony-nominated actress Adrienne Warren to dive into the work of our #Sammies2021 finalists. We will even have a special message from President Biden! You won't want to miss this!

Register here: https://sammies2021.splashthat.com

THIS WEEK: On Wednesday, we're teaming up with Margaret Talev and Tony-nominated actress Adrienne Warren to dive into the work of our #Sammies2021 finalists. We will even have a special message from President Biden! You won't want to miss this!

Register here: https://sammies2021.splashthat.com

#PublicServiceRecognitionWeek is here! We are excited to share a letter from our #PSRW co-chairs (cabinet members & agen...
05/03/2021

#PublicServiceRecognitionWeek is here! We are excited to share a letter from our #PSRW co-chairs (cabinet members & agency leadership across government) thanking public servants for their incredible service to our nation.

To all who serve, thank you! https://ourpublicservice.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/PSRW_CoChairLetter_2021.pdf?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620046953&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

#PublicServiceRecognitionWeek is here! We are excited to share a letter from our #PSRW co-chairs (cabinet members & agency leadership across government) thanking public servants for their incredible service to our nation.

To all who serve, thank you! https://ourpublicservice.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/PSRW_CoChairLetter_2021.pdf?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1620046953&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

Be sure to tune in to CNN New Day tomorrow morning between 6 and 8 AM ET for a very special announcement to kick off #Pu...
05/01/2021

Be sure to tune in to CNN New Day tomorrow morning between 6 and 8 AM ET for a very special announcement to kick off #PublicServiceRecognitionWeek!

We promise you won't want to miss this! 👀 👀 👀

Be sure to tune in to CNN New Day tomorrow morning between 6 and 8 AM ET for a very special announcement to kick off #PublicServiceRecognitionWeek!

We promise you won't want to miss this! 👀 👀 👀

The Biden Administration Faces Obstacles Getting Key Officials in Place Despite a Well-Organized Transition. Read more: ...
04/30/2021
The Biden Administration Faces Obstacles Getting Key Officials in Place Despite a Well-Organized Transition • Center for Presidential Transition

The Biden Administration Faces Obstacles Getting Key Officials in Place Despite a Well-Organized Transition.

Read more: https://presidentialtransition.org/blog/the-biden-administration-faces-obstacles-getting-key-officials-in-place/

For senior officials, many of their records are permanently valuable and one day will be sent to the National Archives to help document the country’s history. As senior officials often enter and leave federal service during times of presidential transition, there are several things they should kno...

Pssst... #PublicServiceRecognitionWeek starts on Sunday. It's not too late to figure out how to get involved! We've made...
04/30/2021
10 ways to celebrate Public Service Recognition Week 2021

Pssst... #PublicServiceRecognitionWeek starts on Sunday. It's not too late to figure out how to get involved! We've made it easy for you and have come up with ten ways to celebrate #PSRW this year: https://ourpublicservice.org/blog/10-ways-to-celebrate-public-service-recognition-week-2021/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1619785680&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

Here are 10 ideas—small and big, virtual and in-person—to help you celebrate Public Service Recognition Week 2021.

Early or mid-career professionals: passionate about working on issues in environmental safety, veterans services, space ...
04/29/2021

Early or mid-career professionals: passionate about working on issues in environmental safety, veterans services, space exploration or more? Join us, AnitaB.org and the Tech Talent Project for a May 6 webinar and learn about landing a federal job and making an impact on these issues! Register here: https://anitab.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cRKr9jj5Q6mtApXOWiRvzA

Early or mid-career professionals: passionate about working on issues in environmental safety, veterans services, space exploration or more? Join us, AnitaB.org and the Tech Talent Project for a May 6 webinar and learn about landing a federal job and making an impact on these issues! Register here: https://anitab.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cRKr9jj5Q6mtApXOWiRvzA

As we approach 100 days of the new administration, @publicservice’s Center for Presidential Transition has examined how ...
04/27/2021
Pace of Senate Confirmations: How Does Biden Compare With Previous Presidents? • Center for Presidential Transition

As we approach 100 days of the new administration, @publicservice’s Center for Presidential Transition has examined how this administration’s pace of appointments and confirmations compares with the previous three presidents: https://presidentialtransition.org/blog/pace-of-senate-confirmations-how-does-biden-compare/

For senior officials, many of their records are permanently valuable and one day will be sent to the National Archives to help document the country’s history. As senior officials often enter and leave federal service during times of presidential transition, there are several things they should kno...

#PublicServiceRecognitionWeek is nearly here! Be sure to join our friends at The Volcker Alliance for their event on May...
04/27/2021
Celebrating Public Servants on the Front Lines and Behind the Scenes

#PublicServiceRecognitionWeek is nearly here! Be sure to join our friends at The Volcker Alliance for their event on May 4 celebrating public servants and their work on the frontlines and behind the scenes. Learn more: https://www.volckeralliance.org/news/celebrating-public-servants-front-lines-and-behind-scenes

Join the Volcker Alliance in thanking our public servants who have worked tirelessly during the pandemic.

March 27, 2021 marked the one-year anniversary of Congress passing the CARES Act, the nation’s first coronavirus relief ...
04/26/2021
Congress enacted the first coronavirus relief bill one year ago. How has the money been spent?

March 27, 2021 marked the one-year anniversary of Congress passing the CARES Act, the nation’s first coronavirus relief bill. Learn how the money has been spent: https://ourpublicservice.org/blog/congress-enacted-the-first-coronavirus-relief-bill-one-year-ago/?utm_campaign=OURPUBLICSERVICE.ORG&utm_content=1619442037&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

Dsicover insights from a virtual event called “CARES Act One Year Later,” which examined how the coronavirus relief funds were used.

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To anyone considering applying for social security disability-DO NOT GET AN ATTORNEY!! At least not at first. I worked for social security administration (SSA) doing disability claims for over 10 years. I was a final decision maker and later a quality assurance person overlooking other people's decisions. Here's how the process works: the first time you apply for disability it's your 'initial' claim. You provide SSA with the names/addresses of the doctors who treated you so that SSA can obtain your medical records. You also fill out some forms about your work history and daily activities. Your entire information is summarized by an SSA employee for a doctor to look at. With the doctor's input, the SSA employee makes a final decision. There's no stage in the initial filing process where an attorney is able to become involved and argue on your behalf. Having that attorney makes no difference in the outcome of your case but because you've signed a form having him represent you, if you are allowed and have several months worth of back pay coming to you, that attorney who did absolutely nothing on your case will get a large percentage of that back pay. If you are denied, next step file again and this is your 'reconsideration' claim. It's the same process all over again except policy states a different person has to look at your claim. Once again, having an attorney at this phase will not affect the outcome as there is no stage in this process where an attorney can step in and argue on your behalf. if you are denied at reconsideration, the next step is to file for administrative law judge hearing. That's when you get an attorney, NOT BEFORE. Over the years, I saw many claims where the people were bad off. Either terminal cancer or full-blown AIDS or back surgery that went awry or Lou Gherig's The claimants are completely clueless about how the system works. The first thing they do is go to an attorney. These attorneys know very well these cases will easily be allowed in the first stage and need no attorney involvement whatsoever, but they wont tell you that because they know that when the claim is allowed and paid the attorney gets paid... for doing literally nothing. I remember one case I had for a woman with ovarian cancer had spread to her lungs, a case with a quick and easy allowance. I was about done with her case after having it only a week and she called me to tell me she had got an attorney. Once the form is signed, it's a conflict of interest for me to explain why the attorney won't make a difference. we are also not allowed to discuss decisions on the phone so I couldn't tell her her case was already an allowance. Many times the claimants who had not yet called an attorney would tell me they were considering getting one. in that case it's not conflict of interest to explain not to get one until the ALJ if it gets that far. Something else people need to realize is that SSA is not an adverse party to the claimants. If you happened to apply for disability but didn't thank you had a very strong case and were surprised that an attorney took your case, this is why. If you lose and they don't get paid they haven't lost any time or money because they didn't do anything in the first place other than the cost of creating a paper file or putting your name in their system. They will take anyone who walks in the door. I have been wanting to share this information for years on social media but as an SSA employee I was afraid to. I left the agency last month. I'm a former paralegal so I have first-hand experience with attorneys and whatever scheme they can come up with to make money without actually earning it.
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Hello Partnership for Public Service! Please find someone to translate. Coronavirus disease! I won't heal, but I may,It can teach health and reduce the spread of epidemics by 1/5 to 1/2.You can teach self-treatment actions to allow 1/5 to 1/2 of patients to recover early and be discharged.It can correct medical errors and reduce the mortality rate by 1/5 to 1/2.2 to10 days. 請找人翻譯。 新冠肺炎!我不會治病,但我或、可以教導健康,降低1/5~1/2的疫情擴散。可以教自療動作,讓1/5~1/2的患者提早康復出院。可以指正醫療錯誤,減少1/5~1/2的死亡率。2~10天就知道。 真的還是假的?用您的身體來告訴您,請找塊木板,不要油漆,前面墊高,跟我影片的前高後低(木屐)一樣,高度依您的身體狀況而墊,小腿肚有點繃緊,不要硬撐,約三~五分鐘小腿肚就會撐開。第一次站不習慣會「滑」請小心。也不要背靠牆壁站立。 先喝點溫開水,雙腳掌一定要「內八字」,膝蓋放鬆站立,膝蓋絕對不能頂直,身微前,有如練氣功「站樁」一樣,站立其上,上半身可輕鬆隨意扭扭動動,站幾分鐘看看,感應身體的變化,是否有熱氣上身,或流汗,中西醫講(氣血循環與代謝循環);練氣功師說(氣);小姐們叫(排毒)(減肥)。日本研究體溫增高是可體高免疫力,有如感冒(發燒)。 注意!第一次約10~15分鐘讓身體適應,體質不同,有時會產生讓人害怕種種痠痛、拉肚子、頭暈、想吐,拉(油)肚子、疲倦,或會汗流,舒暢等「好轉反應,瞑眩反射)現象,沒關係,挺過,身體就會慢慢改善。 若有照我教的「特殊」動作做: &、鼻子過敏,便祕,女生經痛,最快的記錄(五分鐘),一般人約十五分鐘上廁所。便祕不通、痔瘡難好。 &、救人命,要快!在沒有疫苗,沒有特效藥下,請用您慈善心,將我的健康資訊轉寄給美國、大陸、日本、德國、英國、法國、義大利,西班牙、印度等各國元首及權威人士。願你我健康大道相見歡,共勉之!謝謝! 新冠肺炎 防疫,過;草木皆兵,人心惶惶,嚇死的比病死的多。 防疫,過;萬事停滯,經濟蕭條,餓死的比病死的多。 防疫、過;醫療單位亂來,假醫療之名製造白色恐怖,綁架執政者,政府失能,加上媒體整天全面性,無間斷播導,百姓慌恐,社會失序,民不聊生,慘矣。 防疫、過;醫病先醫心,身心是一體兩面,相互牽擊,五臟五情,武漢肺炎也就是肺臟有問題,悲鳴加重肺臟負擔,悲至傷肺。驚慌、懼怕,代謝、排泄失能,驚恐傷腎。擔心、憂鬱、睡不寐,食不知味,胃納呆滯傷胃,多憂思傷脾胃。心於水深火熱中煎熬,惶惶不可終日,只會加劇患者病情惡化,和使體弱者易受感染,擴大疫情。 一、我或可以指正醫療錯誤,減少1/5~1/2的死亡率。醫生是在醫生?還是醫死?竟讓病患在病床上仰睡與趴睡(義大利、俯臥通氣死亡率最高)。 醫療之訣!當以睡眠居先,睡眠可以放鬆身心,可以舒緩痛苦,可以滋養生命,可以治癒一切,是身體復健、休養生息、養精蓄銳,恢復體能最好的藥方。但、讓肺臟、呼吸道、消化、免疫系統已有毛病的病患「仰睡」,使身體所有器官攤扁,只會加重病情,和要他的命! 1、是要病患的命,讓病患自己逼死自己,小病養大病,加重病情,加速死亡。人是地球第一份子,魚死了,魚肚子朝上(魚翻肚),動物死了(四腳朝天),人死了(死人躺),連最簡單的(蟑螂)死了,也是肚子朝上。 2、違背地球生物生理的生存契機。不管是天上飛的鳥、蜜蜂、蝴蝶、蚊子;或地上走的老虎、羊、牛、豬、雞、鴨、蟑螂;或在地面爬的蛇、蚯蚓、蟲;或海、河裡游的魚、蝦種種生物,其內臟都是懸附在脊椎骨下的胸、腹腔內。 3、仰睡是在叛逆自己的身體,加速死亡。身體所有臟器、輸送管、通道都是軟弱器官,仰睡=攤平放置,絕對會不利和阻礙身體生理生化環境正常輸送,運化及循環暢順。 4、肺臟攤扁,不利肺臟「擴張」容納空氣。 5、肺臟攤扁,阻礙肺臟擴張運動,不利新、廢氣體交換。 6、肺臟攤扁,吸氣時,得付出更多體力來擴張肺臟,消耗體能。 7、肺臟攤扁,呼吸急促,吸氧量少,缺氧,頭腦昏沈,無力和疲倦。 8、肺臟攤扁,呼吸急促,新、舊氣體交換差,廢氣積體內循環,不死也傷。 9、是在跟自己的身體唱反調,呼吸道、氣管變窄,不利正常呼吸來恢復體力和復原。 10、鼻孔易堵塞,不利患者呼吸暢順和也影響睡眠品質。 11、是最不衛生的睡姿,鼻口朝上,除易吸進髒空氣與細菌、異物也容易從鼻孔和口腔進入體內。 12、後舌根容易下沉,堵塞氣管和呼吸系統,誘發併發症和睡眠呼吸中止症。 13、口水或飲食易流入氣管引起嗆咳,造成大腦缺氧,形成低血氧症,誘發併發症或猝死。 14、喉嚨有痰或異物時不易吐出。輕者,可能讓這些穢物回流氣管,造成吸入性肺炎,加重病情。 15、喉嚨有痰或異物時,若無力翻身或起床,重者,只能心慌氣急躺在床上,痛苦缺氧,窒息而亡。 16、腸胃攤扁,蠕動不良,不利消化系統及食物運化不良,身體缺養分滋養,體力衰弱。 17、腸胃攤扁,身體缺滋養,血液循環、代謝、抵抗力、免疫力、復原力種種機能也會降低。 18、腸胃攤扁,胃納不良,傷腸胃,製造憂鬱症。身心是一體兩面,中醫云;五臟五情,多思慮傷脾胃,多思慮想太多,西醫叫(憂鬱症)。 19、是在跟自己的身體造反,身體所有臟器、輸送管、通道所有器官扁窄,生理生化環境運化壓力增高,容易使人產生胸悶、憋慌、激躁等負面情緒。 20、免疫系統,胸腺、脾臟及淋巴結、淋巴管、淋巴腺攤扁,損傷正常運化,加速疫情擴散。 21、違反生物生存法則,將人體最脆弱,皮膚較薄的腹部,容易散熱和容易受寒的部位,暴露於外,讓內臟和液體受冷,易著涼感冒。 22、血遇熱則行,遇冷則凝,將容易散熱和容易受寒的腹部,暴露於空氣中,影響氣血循環,與新陳代謝。 23、是在跟自己的身體對抗,損害身體自有的自療、修養、復原機制。 24、是在跟大自然唱反調,陰陽不分,人是跟著太陽而活動休養,白天身體要伸展(直立)活動做活,晚上睡覺身體是要放鬆休養捲曲成(弓字型)。 25、背離萬物在母肚裡孕育成長的本性「歸元睡姿」,缺安全感,身心難放鬆休養。 26、扼殺人體生命本就有的自我修養、保護的本能,你我晚上睡覺身體有不舒適或會冷時,身體都會自我捲曲成(弓字型),來舒緩疼痛、保暖及修護。 27、是在叛逆自己的身體,很傷脊椎骨,尤其是腰椎2~4椎間椎板一直壓迫著,沒能放鬆休養,全身筋、骨、肌肉僵硬。人類的健康是建築在正健的脊椎骨上。 28、無病找病生,雙腳掌成外八字型,導致骨盆腔鬆懈,脊椎骨有異樣,男士攝護腺肥大,女士尿失禁,骨質疏鬆,病是治不完。人類的健康是建築在正健的脊椎骨上。 29、瑜珈「攤屍式」,四肢攤懈忘空身心,是對身體很好的一式運動,然為何叫「攤屍式」,不弄個好名稱,顧名思義,跟人死一樣「死人躺」放鬆忘空一切,來舒緩身心是很好的動作,但「過」久,全身肌肉、筋骨、癱懈太久,對身體當然很傷。 30、俯睡,俯臥通氣,也絕對是錯,除腹部壓著不利呼吸,其胸腺、脾臟及淋巴結、淋巴管、淋巴腺種種免疫系統也會壓著攤扁,加重病情。 31、仰睡、俯睡→住院長→小病養大病→醫院滿爆→加重病情→用呼吸器→八成死亡率。 32、還有百來條睡眠與睡姿的論證分析,不再舉述。 &、醫療只能為輔,不能治癒。一切醫療對治病來說都是治標,不是治本。真正能治癒我們身體的疾病,只有身體自有的生命力(健康)。 &、醫者:頭痛醫頭、腳痛醫腳,治(知)標,不治(知)本。身體的毛病,除急性和意外傷害得予治外,其他「體弱」都在於時常,正確習性養成長期調養健康。 &、藥是毒,如常寄靠類固醇,止痛藥,消炎片,抗生素,鈣劑,抗精神藥物,減肥藥,降血壓,控血糖種種,等如吃毒品,傷五臟害六俯,把腎洗。更甚:意志易薄弱,終命亡。 &、父母教孩子,前輩教後輩,老師教學生,師父教徒弟,會的教不會,本是天經地義的事。惟獨自誇是高知識菁英分子,學有專長,專業替人治病,教人健康,享高薪的醫生,理應很會照顧自己,會比一般人更長壽才對,然卻反而短命,那箇中原因就很簡單,想多活幾年就得遠離醫生和生化藥物。 &、根據:世界衛生組織資料說個人的健康和生命:15%取決於遺傳。7%取決於自然災害,氣候的影響。8%取決於醫療條件。10%取決於社會因素,貧困飢餓、意外傷害、他殺、自殺等。另外60%的人取決於自己的知識與觀念。 &、根據:2006年世界衛生組織的報告顯示,醫生尤其西醫醫務人員早逝現象非常普遍,平均壽命低於國人短少很多,多麼嚇人,多麼可怕的事啊?都是最明顯的驗證。 &、希望是假的!網傳,世界衛生組織調查指出,全球的病人有1/3是死於不合理用藥,而不是疾病本身。還有1/3死於醫源性事故。也就是說三分之一是被藥死的,三分之一是治死的。 &、希望是假的!網傳,醫師罷工,死亡率降低18%~50%。波美特拉博士(Dr.Bruce Pomerant)對80年代西方國家醫生罷工與死亡率下降的調查指出:死亡率的下降與醫生罷工日期的長短成正比。也就是說,西醫的醫生罷工時間越長,全國的死亡率越低。 &、1976年哥倫比亞的堡高塔市的醫生罷工52天,出現了一個被稱為“不尋常的副作用”:就是當地死亡率下降了35%。 &、1976年美國洛杉機,醫生對醫療事故保險漲價不滿而罷工示威,全市病人死亡率下降了18% &、1973年,以色列全國醫生大罷工。為期長達一個月,根據耶路撒冷埋葬協會的統計指出該月的全國死亡人數下降了50%。 &、十年後,1983年,以色列醫生再次舉行全國總罷工,這次罷工的時間較長,長達85天,神奇的事情發生了:過後,以色列耶路撒冷埋葬協會又做了一次統計,在這85天中,全國人口的死亡率又下降了50%。 &、在加拿大曼尼濤巴省(Manitoba)的醫生罷工兩週,死亡率下降為20%。 &、在不列顛哥倫比亞省(BritishColumbia)的醫生罷工3週,死亡率下降為30%。 二、我或可以教自療動作,讓1/5~1/2的患者提早康復出院。 &、只要武漢肺炎患者能站,照我教的,做幾個「特殊」簡單動作,就能提高免疫系統(胸腺,脾臟、淋巴結、淋巴管等。),與最重要肺臟舒展。就能比現有的醫療法有更快、更安全,沒副作用後遺症,來啟發患者身體自有的自療機制。 &、可以找患有武漢肺炎的自願者,只要喝些溫開水,其他都不用,照我教的,做幾個「特殊」簡單動作,2~10天就可知道效益。不傷身,沒有後遺症。 三、我可以教導健康,降低1/5~1/2的疫情擴散。 人不是生來生病,人要健康、息萬病、延年益壽,必得靠自己從心開始,正確: 1、體弱不健康,才會多病、面黃枯萎、虛胖,易衰老、感染流感、肺炎、腸病毒等疾病。健康才是息萬病、延年益壽惟一最好、最省、最簡單的藥方與保證。 2、態度決定人生;健康靠自己,絕對是每個人、每個家庭,每天最重要必知、必學、必做的事。人不學習健康靠自己,疾病酸痛中乞活,拖累家人賺錢養醫,人生是次級品,還毒遺禍害下一代。 3、身體的虛弱和疾病,除先天憾缺和意外傷害,絕多數都是日常生活習性不良累積而引起;反之;人要健康、萬病息、青春美麗、長壽,最終也必取決於良好的生活習性。 4、動物病了,靠自身的自療機能來修復自己的疾病。人和動物是一樣,人體為了要存活下去,本身都具有修健、生長、抵抗力、免疫力、復原等等自療生理機能。因此;真正能讓我們萬病息,美麗、益壽。也只有我們人體所具有的生命力「健康」。 5、你有比他們好嗎?參古今中外帝王(蔣 經國先生)、將相、權貴、富豪、名人,權、錢、人,一把抓,名醫、仙參、靈芝、特效藥何曾缺,迷信醫療,命反短。 6、健康!花錢是要買結果,不是買服務,耽誤最好的復健時間。方法對,事半功倍,方向錯,玩完亡。觀念偏,人云亦云,人動己動,人吃己吃,不知何理,不知何因,那是很危險? 7、在現今世界各國醫療的政策,不教導百性正確健康知識,卻本末倒置縱容醫生,以藥養醫,假衛教之名,大量宣導行白色恐嚇,致大多數的人在身有微恙的第一反應就是就診,然醫生卻只會以藥物,如類固醇、止痛藥、消炎片、抗生素、鎮定劑種種來壓制、痲痺、遲延各種症狀,或開刀手術破壞移除,擾壞身體自療復健的機能。 8、人不是機械,今日的科技,昂貴的醫療器材,醫術的變解,今是明非的演釋,絕非真理,尤其是化學西藥,今是仙丹、特效藥,安非他命、類酷醇等不勝列舉,明天是管制的毒藥。 9、健康、息萬病、延年益壽的必訣!生命!有形生理與無形心理及平常養生各佔1/3。 記住!身體是整體全面性,勿管您要做任何中、西醫療、或吃、打養身食飲、保健特效藥,或針灸、經絡、拔擢、正骨、推拿、按摩、生物、物理、自然、順勢、能量、電磁、氣功種種療法,或運動、學瑜珈、練功養生,或買健康、醫療器材,身體是整體,有有形與無形,有生理與心理,有靈性、有情緒的生物,健康一定要六項共調善: 一:絕對以正健脊、頸椎骨(人體的大樑柱),骨正為主。 &、參古今中外醫學,人類的健康是建築在正健脊頸椎骨上,脊頸椎骨有異恙,病治不完。 二:但以鎖健、平衡骨盆腔為最重要。 &、骨盆腔有如人體的地基,有如身體的桌面,骨盆腔如歪了、鬆弛了,不平衡穩健,置柱在上面的脊、頸椎骨必會有異恙,不正健,萬病生。 三:輔以拉腿「足太陽膀胱筋」,舒展筋柔,防酸痛、抽筋、骨質疏鬆,緩老化萎縮。 &、骨骼承受「筋」的牽引,彈拉,縮放、力量使然應用,筋在有彈性,不在鬆展。人的筋就像(橡皮筋),拉展太過、太快、太鬆,不是斷掉,就是疲乏,疲乏缺彈性,西醫叫「韌帶鬆懈」,反身損。筋長一寸、壽延十年,絕對是錯誤。 四:次以助腸胃暢順,每天吸收養份正常滋養身體,常保康健。【腸胃暢順,百病好一半】。 &、腸胃不好,吃再好的仙參、食飲也是浪費。食飲若沒適予消化,累積體內反變成毒素毒害身体。 五:爾以促氣血以流,氣促血行,血引氣運,代謝循環,無病痛。 &、假脊、頸椎有異恙,使然身體所有循環機能都必有損耗,不能暢順運效。若有人說:吃、打什麼保健養生、特效藥種種能治病,助你氣血循環、補鈣、代謝、排毒、美麗、益壽等等,那應該是要誤你,害你,騙你的錢吧! 六:以及心理建設,『築心廟』,精神壓力,情緒的舒養與控善。 &、亂:成事不足,敗事有餘。人心亂了「病了」!情緒異常的波動,對外:可以壞事,對內:導致生理生化環境產生逆常的變化,必會擾亂血氣,臟腑正常運化暢順,萬病生。 &、大家都知道,醫病先醫心,人在生病最忌諱是負面情緒及嗔恚心起,這個時候一定要讓其心安舒順。畢竟,任何一場病,都會讓人亂了陣腳。有過病過,方知病人心病人憂,情緒上的擔憂、恐懼、悲鳴、沮喪種種負面波動,只會搗亂臟腑、神經、氣血、內分泌、淋巴腺、消化系統、腎上腺素種種生理生化機能,產生逆常的變化,讓身體更加惡化。 &、反之:心靈上有了寄託,有希望、知所奮,有堅強的意志,意志是一種由心理產生的能源、是身心最大的動力,絕對比吃藥更重要,絕對是治病最好的仙參特效藥,也是生命延續的量能。 是發明人、應也是傲視中外對健康靠自己最有心得的健康達人,YouTobu請輸入『林培長』,或https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dO2DuNSJ1A0&t=13s「八分20秒改變你的一生」有十多年來還沒有人說我錯,應會讓您稱許健康、息萬病、美麗、益壽的論證分析講解。 台灣、 E-mail:[email protected] 行動、886-935791113 最好的祝福 林培長