“If one educationally labors long and no satisfactory solution appears, he will experience frustration. Creative people, writers, artists, composers, research scientists, Chiropractors often feel completely blocked off. If you have this experience, forget the whole business for time being, turn to something remote and entirely unrelated. Your education will continue to operate because Innate knows you seek an answer. This diversion period will help remove mental and emotional blocks that kept Innate from giving you the answer. From diversion comes illumination. You may be riding on a train, sitting on a park bench, walking down a country road, when suddenly comes that most exciting and rewarding of all human thrills—insight! It is one of those so-called “mystic” glimpses into the secret hiding place of all knowledge—a clear and sudden understanding that has always baffled mankind. And when it comes, grab it quickly, make a note of it at once. Don’t let THAT answer get away. Shakespeare called it the moment “when imagination boldly comes forth in forms of things hitherto unknown.” It came to Isaac Newton when the apple fell and he saw the law of gravitation.”
B.J. Palmer, D.C. Ph.C.