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Apple Cider Vinegar

apple-cider-vinegar-600x391Went to a restaurant last night to celebrate my granddaughter’s graduation from Grade 1. I ate vegetables and noodles, soup and salad. A pretty safe meal. However, when I went to walk out my left big toe was acting up making it hard to walk. I can only assume that there was MSG in the food causing arthritic pain.

This morning I woke up with the same pain. So I juiced 4 apples and added 2 tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar. Now it was a bit tart but boy did it turn on the energy. I then did a full 45 minute workout with no pain! The magic of Apple Cider Vinegar.

Paul Turnbull, Purpose Consultant

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Knowing Chiropractic Philosophy

DD_Page_31_Image_0001People live by their philosophies of life. Without a philosophy, no one has an adequate basis for arriving at conclusions as to what should be the procedure in the problems of life. The person who understands the philosophy of chiropractic has no limits at all upon what he may do, except in his ability to apply the principles of chiropractic to the circumstances. Without the philosophy of chiropractic, one would not come to the conclusion that vertebral adjustment is necessary. Few chiropractors ever reason out the science of chiropractic unless they get fundamental philosophy in their early study of the subject and, therefore, they cannot apply the principles in practice. T.F. Ratledge, D.C.

 
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Posted by on June 13, 2014 in Chiropractic

 

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Chiropractic Education

BJ PalmerEDUCATION IS USEFUL IF IT IS SIMPLE. IF EDUCATION IS SIMPLE IT IS USEFUL.Chiropractic was BORN a simple principle and practice. When ChiropracTIC was simple and ChiropracTORS WERE simple,Chiropractic and Chiropractors were getting sick people well.Those that lived simple Chiropractic succeed.Those that lived complexed fail. Simple makes;Complex breaks!

(Book: Up From Below The Bottom by B.J. Palmer)

 
 

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Alternative Health Care Professionals are saving lives!

eating disorderOf course, I’m allowed to say that you are saving lives because I’m not a health care professional. Even a medical doctor can’t say he can cure or heal anything. But what if that statement was the truth? That alternative health care professionals cause miracles in their practices on a daily basis.

The only way I can prove this is by listening to their patients. They tell the practitioner that they have “magical hands”, “that they gave them back their life”, “that if it wasn’t for you I don’t know where I would be today.” I have been a part owner in a couple of Chiropractic clinics and I was the one responsible for getting the patients testimonials and putting them into print. To say the least, those testimonials defied all know scientific law. According to medical law, their isn’t a cure for certain diseases, but here are patients that no longer have them and they are living a full life again. According to medicine they should have been medicated for the rest of their lives, received in some cases toxic treatment and then in a large majority would die anyways.

What can an individual do to avoid such a tragic end. They could transition to a healthy lifestyle by first and foremost, eliminating sugar from their diet, start exercising moderately to begin with, eat more live organic foods and drink a lot of pure water.

Unfortunately, those people that are sick have a hard time believing that it could be that simple.So, the only thing they should do is turn themselves in to an alternative health care professional and ask to be guided by them.

Then there would be hope! It would also be helpful if that professional had a simple health program that the patients could adopt.

Email me through FaceBook if you want to learn more about transitioning to a healthy lifestyle or make a comment below and I will get back to you.

Paul Turnbull, Purpose Consultant

 

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Being on Purpose

ImageWhat we call energy in an employee is the product of physical vigor, or health, and of a purpose, or result clearly conceived and strongly desired. In a Chiropractic office an employee who hasn’t fully adopted the purpose to help as many people as possible obtain optimum health, will stop the expansion of that practice. Those are harsh words, but true. Here’s why.

The employee who is on purpose will take the initiative to arrive early, get the practice setup to accept a large flow of patients and then go ahead and fill the office up. She will answer the phone cheerfully and listen to what the new patient is saying and by her tone alone the new patient will know that they have called the right office. She will be caring, interested in the new patients symptoms and will encourage that new patient to make an appointment as soon as possible because she knows that once her doctor get his hands on that patient, the patient will immediately start to get well. And she won’t let that patient fall out of care when the symptoms go away as she knows that the condition the patient has needs to be corrected and that if the patient leaves before that, those symptoms will return. She knows that the patients have to arrive for each of their scheduled appointments and that if they miss one they need to make it up. Keeping appointments is the only way to get healthy. She is considerate of the patient’s needs and will take the time to talk to a patient when the doctor can’t and will ensure that the patient’s concerns are given to the doctor and spoken about at the very next visit. She knows that if a patient asks to cut down on their visits that the patient is in fact dropping out of care and will schedule the patient for a re-examination on their next visit. She also knows that patients need to pay for their adjustments at the time of their visit as this avoids problems, wasted time and energy in the future.

Being on purpose allows her to talk freely about Chiropractic while outside the office and to be emphatic that a person she meets with symptoms should turn themselves in and get the care they are desperately looking for. She listens for when patients express improvement in their health and asks them to write up a testimonial and gets the names of one, two, three of the patient’s friends who need chiropractic care. She calls those referrals and sets up a time for the doctor to call and give those people a complimentary phone consultation. She role plays the basic procedures with her other staff and ensures that the systems are in place for educating patients so they don’t fall out. Taking the initiative and coming up with ideas for Workshops in the clinic, promoting them and ensuring they are well attended is something she looks forward to and enjoys. By now you’re probably thinking that this type of employee doesn’t exist and I’ve made it all up. I haven’t. This is exactly the type of person you need in your office if you ever expect to succeed. There are probably more attributes that this person has that I haven’t mentioned. Well here’s one more. She will stay with you for years no matter what you do because she knows you are saving the lives of those people you adjust. She takes pride in the fact that she can help someone who is genuinely helping others.

If you don’t have an employee like this, the best way to find her is to start the hiring process and test the applicants using the Personnel Potential Analysis, IQ and Aptitude tests and she will magically appear. Visit http://www.measurablesolutions.com to do these tests.

 
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Posted by on August 18, 2013 in Chiropractic, Purpose

 

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Innate Intelligence

BJ PalmerLiving, usually buried, in us is an Innate Intelligence. If we could open those flood gates and let Innate flow, we would be as good and as great as it, itself. Living in all of us is our innate selves. Innate is God in human beings. Innate is good in human beings. Innate is life in human beings. Innate is health in human beings. Innate is sane in human beings. Let Innate flow in and through us and we can accomplish the great wonders.”
Chiropractic Philosophy Science and Art. Vol. XXXII, pg. 56 B.J. Palmer…….

 
 

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The Master of Health

Pam 1The Master of Health is setting the stage for a new form of awareness of health care in the minds of the populations of earth. Each human being occupies a certain place in his group. He is shackled to it by mental chains. The Master of Health breaks free of these physical, mental and spiritual bonds despite financial strain, persecution or perhaps, even scandal among his ranks. He doesn’t believe there is any opposition or obstacles to his forward progress. He has a feeling of closeness with each and every person he meets despite their shortcomings. He knows innately, if he can relieve these people from their pain and suffering, they too will rise up and become Masters in their own endeavors.

The only downfall for the Master would be his unwillingness to help those who sincerely wish to be helped.

The Master of Health is capable of finding in the midst of a crowd the person whom he must meet. He knows his message is too important to keep within. He communicates to this person certain knowledge about their personal physical condition that will cause that person to want to be helped by him.

The Master is fully aware at all times, what he can do for the populace at large. He extends out from himself, self-confidence that is observable by all. His courage drives him forward. A purpose exists within him of such intensity that it is unmistakable. He exhibits no fear of failure, shyness or stage fright. He takes command of a situation and acts. He has no doubts. His negative traits and decisions have long since been washed away.

He strikes out into his community and defeats suffering and despair. He will not ever go as low as to think he will not succeed. He succeeds at every step of his contact with people and their education on the truth about health.

He perseveres despite his patient’s unwitting desire to quit their care before correction is obtained. He ensures they become healthy without concentrating on the limits of time and money. Overcoming these limits is his specialty.

He desires that the person in front of him will get well and he sees that they do. He knows that a miracle a day will keep the medical doctor at bay.

As an educator he knows that preconceived ideas about health care are what are stopping most people from charging into his office and demanding their health. He overcomes the bombardment of false ideas expressed in the text books and media by extracting them on first contact. He invariably asks in a forthright manner, “What have you heard about my type of health care?” He doesn’t flinch or shy away from their answers but addresses them with his self-confidence intact.

He might simply say, “No, that is not true, especially in my office!” thereby convincing this person that he is the therapist for them.

People in general want to be cared for by the ideal therapist. They have their idea of the traits he should possess. You should use the traits mentioned above to help as many people as possible reach their optimum state of health!

 

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