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Healing is a Process...

One of the principles of Chiropractic states that there is no process that does not require time. Health and wellness is a process that's so worth the effort!!

My daughter has poison ivy. And I feel so bad for her. She's having trouble in school of course, because she can't sit still and the urge to itch is irresistible. It's interrupting her sleep and and over all downer for her.

And isn't it interesting that her sister and brother, playing in the same patch of poison ivy...have nothing. For some reason their internal resistance (and mine too) to it is extremely high.

Why?

It's the same question that DD Palmer (the founder of Chiropractic asked in the late 1800s) asked when setting the philosophy art and science of Chiropractic. Why does one person "get sick" and the other, experiencing the same exact environmental issues, have resistance to it? WHY?

The answer is so simple and so easy, it has perplexed allopathy and outside in thinkers for centuries.

You have everything inside of you to keep you whole and healthy throughout the course of your lifetime.  Your resistance is predicated on three things:

  1. having a deliberate and positive focus
  2. living a healthy lifestyle
  3. having a clear connection between your brain and your body

I know my little girl is healing, and she does too.  And while both of us would like it to happen quicker, we also know that healing is a process and does require time.

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