The Science of Chiropractic; Its Principles and Philosophies
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ...by inch back to the subluxation, to the rheostat; to the point of interference of transmission of currents? No; it is not important; never studied that; don't know anything about that--all he knows is to observe effects. Things in electricity are scientific; things in medicine are hypothetical guesswork. By comparison we have shown that one is equal to the other with the exception that man has the added factor of intelligence. Would you, in the electrician's place, stimulate the motor and try to make the 80 per cent motor reach 100 per cent? Would you, in the case of man, try to stimulate the eighty revolutions to do the work of one hundred revolutions? If so, how long would it last? You wouldn't do it, yet physicians do it--it is all they know. This is to be regretted, inasmuch as this statement is a fact that is simplicity in the extreme, such as any mind can grasp--I say it is to be regretted that the physician will hold back, try to strifle and choke humanity from getting the thing they need. Every living person in this world should have that idea implanted in his mind tonight; yet listen to the minds, words and actions of those who could help us to put it there and you will find they are-the stumbling blocks, they are the men who hinder progress, who hold us down. Again, this lecture gives you a very simple talking pointa talking point that you do not have to demand that one be scientific to see, yet its very simplicity is its greatness. It is often said it takes a great man to see a simple thought, and that it takes a simple mind to see a great thought. Let us be great thinkers and see little thoughts--think little thoughts and be great thinkers. Here is a little idea, a simple thought can become capable of seeing...
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- 13 Sep 2013
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