What you see below is the HOMe logo in its full-sized glory. This is the story behind its creation …
First, the eye is trained upon the outer ring of the “O”. This represents the Butterfly Effect (aka: deterministic chaos). Witness a solitary butterfly, innocently flapping its wings in a faraway desert, creating a seemingly insignificant perturbations in the air. But those small waves bang into other currents, and start a chain reaction, which grows, and grows, and grows … What started as a tiny disturbance is now a major storm moving out to sea; the butterfly has created a hurricane in the ocean.
HOMe-certified practitioners are akin to the butterfly who are poised to lead this paradigm shift, moving the needle on health, and positively affecting the lives of millions of people.
The Flower of Life is a visual expression of the connections that life weaves through all sentient beings. It contains 13 informational systems, each explaining another aspect of reality. These systems give access to everything ranging from the human body to the galaxies. For example, in the first system, it’s possible to create any molecular or living cellular structure that exists in the universe.
The Seed of Life, found in our logo, is the core component of the Flower of Life’s design. It is where the magic happens. With HOMe, we aim to allow the essence of health to reach full bloom.
The shading of the “O” and the butterfly in contrasting and mirror images was created to represent balance, in a similar way the the yin-yang represents balance in Taoism.
Dr. Ted often speaks about health as A+B+C.
In HOMe, we maintain this balance by measuring, not guessing. With quantified data and network range shifting, we then optimize and balance the body in real-time.
There is, of course, more to balance than meets the eye. Everything contains the seed of its opposite. In our logo this is represented by the dark circle in the lightly shaded butterfly wing and the
The key is measuring, network-wide range shifting, and balancing, while regularly checking laboratory values — as Dr. Ted call it “the rinse-repeat method” — making changes as needed to ensure that values stay within optimal levels.
Finally, the “e” in the HOMe logo is playfully leaning to the left, tilting the opening of the letter up, giving the impression of a “laughing e”. We at HOMe are growing a movement of health pioneers with a huge mission to change the paradigm of health, BUT it is always important to laugh along the way and enjoy the process! This “e” reminds us that if it is not fun, it’s not worth doing!