Sherrill Mauzy has over twenty-five years of experience in the health insurance industry, as an insurance broker and a teacher of wellness methods. She and her company, Mauzy Insurance Services, believe in a positive approach to health management. This begins with changing the current negative vocabulary and dominant thoughts that are associated with healthcare. Much of our current understanding is based in fear, which leads many to resist maintaining wellness. Common practices like cancer risk screenings and testing for diseases are tied to words and thoughts that can be truly frightening. When confronted with these triggers, many choose to avoid treatment altogether. This is due to fear, intimidation, and a sense of helplessness – like it is already too late to be healthy. If we can change how we talk and think about health, though, we will feel empowered and motivated to take control of our wellness. These largely mental changes have a ripple effect of well being throughout the entire body. Sherrill is epitomized by the quote “be the change you wish to see in the world” (Gandhi). By changing our minds, we can change our bodies and spirits. As we change ourselves, we can inspire positive change among others.
facilitator in the field of human personality development and is
retired. What inspired him now to create the concept and material
for the Wellness Code is that most the programs offered today are
task driven and don’t treat wellness as a state of being. Wellness
is not just another task, learned skill or technique. Humans
process life as objects or events. We believe that some things are
consistent and predictable (objects) and others things are an
experience and change with time (events). Events are either a
task or a state; both required time to experience the intended change.
With a task you may perform steps to produce the change and when completed secure the experience as done. In a
state you alter the way you define yourself. You are the person having the experience and action to participate is not
Dr. Chriss Lemmon, wizardscache.com