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Food for thought...

  • The Universe is organized chaos. A great order is a great disorder and a great disorder is a great order; those two things are the same. There is an organizing matrix or intelligence underlying the entire universe. It is called the Unified Field, the field of all possibilities, the plenum, and the field of potentiality, the explicit and implicit order, Universal Intelligence or God.
  • The mind-body connection can only happen when there is life force carrying the data from the mind. Life force is spirit, which is ‘light’ in the body. (This ‘light’ is spirit and is different from physical light perceived by the senses). Information travel faster than the speed of light as they are virtually everywhere at the same time.
  • Light encoded with information is the language of life. Science tells us that in every speck of matter/energy resides in a holographic form the knowledge for the creation of the entire universe. Within this hologram, knowledge exists for the creation of the entire universe, including a human being. This infinite well of knowledge sends messages everywhere in the body via life force, spirit or light, to manifest life.
  • The human body is a multidimensional organism made of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual components interacting within a social, cultural and universal environment. It is more than the sum of its parts.
  • The human being is an open dynamic system receiving an infinite amount of input from the outside world and expressing an infinite amount of output from within, while maintaining a dynamic internal homeostasis. As such, it can only be addressed anew every moment. The person we took care of on yesterday has little to do with the same named person returning two days later. The body by then has transformed, billions of cells have died, new information have been processed, environmental circumstances have changes, etc... This greatly challenges the ‘scientific’ validity of ‘evidence base’ care and the validity and pertinence of ‘soap notes’.
  • The body is connected to all other biological systems and the universe. Our Health and Wellbeing is non-local and collective. The health of each individual is affected and affecting the health of all other members of the human community. There is a great rational for family care, as the closer biological systems are from each other the greater their resonance.
  • At the deepest level the body is a micro-cosmos. Just as we cannot intellectually control the macro-cosmos, we are incapable of directing the workings of a single cell within our own body; let alone orchestrate the dazzling biochemical dance performed by 75 trillions cells in someone else’s body. This challenges the nutrition ‘prescription’ paradigm as nutrient demands shift constantly depending on activity and environmental conditions.
  • The more we know the more we realize we do not know. We gain reverence for the Unknown. Acceptance, under-standing, respect and acknowledgment of the power and all-knowing of the Unknown becomes key.
  • The human body responds to the law of adaptation not symmetry. It is pattern in an infinitely complex way that takes into consideration being either left or right dominant in brain, ear, eye, head, hand, hip, leg or foot. The numerical of which is 16.7 millions possibilities. This means that determining shoulder, pelvis heights, head tilt, leg length and many other ‘out of alignment’ calculations are erroneous. Again it challenges the scientific value of the ‘evidence base paradigm’.
  • The human body, being the ‘housing’ of the mental, emotional and spiritual, is an open complex dynamic system. As such it is unpredictable. It cannot be forecasted, predicted diagnosed or prognosed because of its inherent infinite numbers of variables.
  • The human body is living clay, dynamic and malleable. It can change and transform over time as well as instantaneously.
  • Biological healing is cellular replacement. It requires life force, spirit or light to take place. It is creation & recreation. Only living systems can heal; Life force is primary in healing.
  • Biological healing is quite different from fixing, curing or core healing.
    (a) Biological healing is tissue, organ & system healing, as cellular healing is never possible. Sick or damaged cells must die and be replaced by new ones. Cellular turn-over is what creates healing.
    (b) Core healingis healing the ‘driver’ in the ‘car’. It involves letting more ‘light’, spirit or Life force displacing the ‘darkness’ ‘ego’ within.
    • Symptoms are messages from the body that in most instances must be listened to rather than suppressed. There are healing, cleansing, adaptive and messages to change symptoms and/or pathological symptoms, which are still the path-of-logic driven by the primary law of life, which is survival.Biological healing transcends the linear-time-upward progress schedule. It is affected by many cycles from cellular to circadian, to lunar, seasonal, menstrual, cosmic, etc... It is non-linear. It can spiral up or down with a general trend upward. It can be instantaneous as in spontaneous remission. As a rule it can usually not be felt from moment to moment. It can however be recognized with retrospection. This challenges the concept and ‘scientific’ paradigm of “progress” being monitored by symptomatic expression or non-expression. It also challenges the paradigm of ‘medically necessary care’.
    • Healing mostly goes beyond the disappearance of symptoms. Symptoms are the last to come and first to go.
    • Diseases are the result of dis-ease over period of time, lack of tissue resistance or excessive environmental stresses stored over time. 2/3 of the disease is silent, dis-ease, asymptomatic and vertical before becoming expressive, symptomatic, horizontal and disease. This challenges the paradigm of ‘abusive frequency or unnecessary care’ as it is now obvious that ongoing care is the best care.
    • The resistance of the host is the dominant factor in dealing with germs, bacteria and virus. Germs, virus and bacteria are part of life, necessary to life and messengers for change, upgrade and genetic unfolding.
    • The belief system is as real and powerful as any other system of the body. Our beliefs, thoughts and emotions affect and control our biology. Thoughts are real actors in creating physiology.
    • It is the life force flowing through the brain & nerve system that controls the body and activates the genetic make-up. A corpse has a brain, nerve system and genes, yet it is not alive.
    • The observer affects the observed and vice versa. The very act of observing affect the observed, so by observing what is ‘wrong’ in people what are we actually creating? Could observing what is ‘right’ in people create a new outcome? By experience we believe so. This challenges the perspective of subluxation as being a ‘wrong’ that can actually be seen as a ‘right’ with great potentiality for more life which is light, spirit and life force. Just as a dimmer is not ‘wrong’ but a potentiality for more when released and opened up.
    • The essential factors in being a ‘facilitator of healing’ are ‘not knowing,’ love, present time consciousness, and no attachment to the outcome. Not ‘knowing or labeling’ what the person is experiencing allows the field of all possibility to remain unstained, because the observer affects the observed. Diagnosis collapses the field in both the practitioner and the person receiving care by labeling the condition. This greatly challenges the scientific basis and validity of diagnosis in facilitation healing yet not in treating disease therapeutically.
    • In fixing, treating or curing, diagnosis is important and the other factors of healing are not as relevant. Actually, attachment to the outcome is paramount.
    • Proactive ‘life’ care and wellbeing life style is becoming the emerging model. It is a necessary, viable, common sense approach to answer the current economic crisis as well as the failing current “health care” system.

This is the emerging contemporary scientific paradigm that our profession must jump on.

A small portion of our profession is already well versed in it and practices within that model.

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