The only way out is through

Solutions for health freedom advocates

Many of you are at a crossroads where your medical decisions are clashing with the comfort zone of security. It’s happening in schools; it’s happening at jobs; it’s happening in communities. You know in your heart the impossible choices being given to Americans these days are immoral, unconstitutional tyranny. But speaking out against this seemingly all-powerful machine is risky. And what happens once you take that step?

Well, click your heels and be prepared to remember who you are. You are powerful. You are not alone. You already know what to do. And we’ll help you.

In 1776, hundreds and then thousands of women and men followed their hearts right into the chaos of war. Day after day, more and more patriots stood together in a revolution with a rallying cry declaring they’d had enough of tyranny and were ready to find out how they could create a better, more just world. They marched into uncertainty with a vision of a type of government the world had never seen, and faith they could bring it to fruition. Their heart song turned a community into a country. And their lyrics became our Declaration of Independence, our Constitution, and our Bill of Rights.

We find ourselves again on a battlefield for freedom. But we are Americans and we have been here before. It is time again to fight for the world we want to live in. When we stand together for freedom, tyranny loses its fearful grip.

Today, in the midst of great uncertainty, many people are looking for guidance in the face of mandates. Here’s our Stand for Health Freedom solutions list:

1. Claim your exemption. Many resources exist for this process, but here are the basics in the employment arena (which can be extrapolated to other circumstances). Find out your company’s religious exemption policy and file your exemption in as little words as possible. The Constitution does not require a pastor’s letter or religious dissertation to assert your God-given rights. If denied, appeal. If your exemption is an “undue burden,” find out why. File an EEOC complaint if the denial continues. Watch this phenomenally helpful interview with Attorney Brian Festa, founder of We the Patriots, for detailed insight on workplace mandates and exemptions in the legal system.

This option is otherwise known as: Stay in their sandbox and play with their toys. If you want to stay where you are, you must jump through their hoops. You may be successful. But at what cost? Do you want to continue to support an employer, or school, or community that undermines your freedom? Do you want to model that for your children?

2. Have a Plan B. Start planning now how you can exit the system to support and create the life you want. Give yourself permission to restart. Find a new job where your freedom and privacy are respected or become your own boss. Withdraw your children from schools that do not respect bodily autonomy. Think creatively about ways you can take your energy and effort to solutions aligned with your heart. If your plan involves an attorney, know that person cannot change the sandbox. Stepping out is risky. Lawsuits are risky. Wins are not guaranteed, especially under current policies, and the legal process is slow. But we cannot allow the desire for legal protection to stop us from stepping out now. We’re thankful for the hundreds of lawsuits being filed in an effort to restore justice, but they do not replace the need for a cultural shift that can only be fueled by individual action.

3. Do not comply. When you hear something horrible come down from a government official or person in position of influence, decide to take the risk and choose not to comply. Pretending to comply is just as bad as complying. If your employer is complicit in tyrannical policy, call it out. In “The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible,” Charles Eisenstein points out, “By making injustice visible we give all involved the chance to do the right thing.” No one can give you the script for your unique circumstances and needs. Freedom cannot be created by following a one-size-fits-all solution. Your freedom is as unique as you are, and it comes from aligning with your heart even when you’re afraid. It will take speaking up, using your voice, and maybe even starting new.

4. Get involved locally. There’s no substitute for personal connection. There’s no stronger bond than people united. Talk to people in your community, your family, your colleagues, and your elected officials about freedom. Talk about the need to protect our physical bodies from corporate interests, to take personal responsibility, and to prevent the creation of a two-class society segregated by medical decisions. Make your connection even stronger by listening with an open heart to the fears and concerns of family and friends. Bringing heads and hearts together in local and grassroots activism is the only way to stop tyranny. Divided people are easy to rule. When governments try to divide and conquer people, movements that stand strong together prevail.

Easy for us to say, huh?


Every single health advocate you talk to will have a personal story of loss or difficulty that brought them to take a stand that strengthened their own legs from wobbly to sturdy. You’l hear stories of injuries and stories of mistakes and stories of being unheard and stories of starting over. You can click HERE to hear the story of our Co-founder and Executive Director Leah Wilson. Taking a stand is messy. It’s uncertain. It’s risky. It’s scary. It’s hard.

But do you know what else? It’s okay. And (counter-intuitively) it’s good. It’s human. Uncertainty and confusion are required for creating a new reality. (This will be way better than a “new normal.” Trust us on this one!)

And even better, you do not have to do it alone. You are part of a community of people who have taken scary steps and want to hold the hand of every single person ready to do the same, to make it a little easier, a little less scary. The health freedom community will stand with you and guide you. And then you’ll be a part of the story of resilience, the story of freedom, the story of love. These are the stories of our American ancestors and they’re calling us home.

Our numbers are skyrocketing with each tyrannical squeeze by our government. And with each squeeze we slip further from their grasp. Our community gives you resources for advice and inspiration on how to navigate unknown terrain, leads for new jobs, support in homeschooling or standing up for your kids in schools, friends to hold signs at rallies, and kinship to hold space for you as you step into the person you came here to be.

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When we choose to comply, we strengthen the very systems we oppose. You only have to take power back if you’ve already given it away.

Your power comes from recognizing the Big Scary Thing you may be avoiding is required for change. Your power comes from embracing that as part of a sacred process. Uncertainty is a step to a new reality. It’s Indiana Jones taking the leap of faith to find the Holy Grail. It’s Kevin Costner building his field of dreams. It’s our founding fathers creating a country.

We do not need to be fearful. We have each other and, as Americans, we have been here before. In fact, noncompliance with tyranny is what defines us as Americans.

United We Stand.

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