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September 2020
Update: March 2023

Help for your health, anytime.

Now's a good time!

Keep Taking ETS Every Day


If you are experiencing an ongoing crisis (or two), take ETS for Humans 3-5 times a day. And keep your EoP Infusion Pump in your pocket for added, continuous balancing support.

If any of the following examples apply to you, plan on continuing to take ETS 3-5 times daily.

  • You live on the West Coast of North America
  • You live in an area hit by disaster
  • The next named storm of this season is forecast to move through your area
  • You're packed and ready in case an evacuation is ordered for your community
  • You've already evacuated your home
  • You are a first responder, firefighter, police, EMT, search/rescue, health care provider, 911 operator . . .
  • You are sick, or you're caring for a loved one who is sick
  • You're going through any kind of crisis — family, financial, home or health

Call us should you need free Crisis ETS sent to your address or where you are currently staying. This service is available to international customers, not just those in the U.S. Let us help you through this.

If you are not currently experiencing a disaster, crisis or illness, still take ETS for Humans twice daily, every day. Don't underestimate the impact of everything going on around you, especially when all of that chaos has begun to feel "normal."

If the Medical Assistance Program (MAP) is new to you, or if you've been curious about MAP but haven't pursued learning more, keep reading. We provide a brief introduction and links to loads more information in this message.

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Already work with MAP?
(even if it's been years since you did)

Consider this message equivalent to us placing a gentle hand on your shoulder to tell you that you're going to get through this — and your MAP team is there for you to address current issues, problems and concerns.

Schedule regular MAP "maintenance" sessions. Depending on how you are doing right now, you might need sessions twice weekly, once a week, every other week or maybe just monthly unless something changes for you.

Regular maintenance sessions should focus on your overall health and well-being. How are you holding up mentally — trouble concentrating, sleeping, focusing, completing tasks? How are you emotionally — feeling anxious, depressed, lonely, scared? And physically — extra clumsy, more tired than usual, muscle tightness, face break-outs, headaches, or do you have any new symptoms of illness or imbalance?

We're describing a "check in" session here. When you have an obvious illness or injury, it's important to schedule a separate MAP session to focus just on that illness or injury and specific mental/emotional stressor. Be sure to follow-up with as many sessions as needed to move through the healing process. Don't lump a bunch of different issues/illnesses and/or injuries into one session. And don’t try to combine your regular overall health maintenance sessions with the sessions to address specific problems.

Remember to allow at least 24 hours between sessions, so that you can integrate the work done before moving on. You will experience better, faster progress by allowing the time needed for integration. More is not necessarily better or faster.

You'll find more helpful tips in the links at the end of this article.



No matter where you are.
No matter who you are.
No matter what you're going through.

MAP is available for you.

The focus in the Medical Assistance Program is your health and well-being. Nothing more, nothing less. MAP is available to anyone, anywhere in the world. All you need is the book with complete instructions. It's a simple, comprehensive and inexpensive way to shore up and expand your health care.

MAP is a comprehensive medical program that addresses our physical, emotional and mental health, including our overall well-being. It is a program that connects you with the medical unit of the White Brotherhood where we are each "assigned" a team of physicians whose expertise best meets our individual needs. The only things that are required to use MAP are the book and your willingness to learn the program. As a program, it couldn't be more simple. With MAP you have high quality medical assistance any time day or night, and it's at no charge.

Our website is a vast resource of information on all things Perelandra has to offer, including the amazing Medical Assistance Program.

Below are links to popular articles and suggestions, an excerpt from the third edition of MAP by Machaelle Wright and personal stories from customers to help you get started or broaden your understanding.

MAP: Help for Our Health, Anytime We Need
Excerpt: Personal Comments and How MAP Was Developed
Frequently Asked Questions About MAP
MAP Series, Part 2: Using ETS for Humans with MAP
MAP Series, Part 4: Tips for Working Better With Your Team
Expanded Tips for Outbreaks (Includes how to address this with your MAP team.)
Perelandra Voices: Experiences From Folks Using MAP