A Reader’s Question

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Recently in response to a post on Instinct, a reader questioned whether my assertion that instinct was a function of the matter (a limitation as I suggested) and not a function of innate intelligence. It …

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Subjectivity

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Subjectivity takes bad advice. “Chiropractic gets sick people well” is bad advice and usually leads to disappointment or confusion by the public and mixing by the profession.

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Instinct..

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…is a “hard” (pre-wired/genetic material) response to a certain circumstance as long as the organism is living. As such it is a species specific response and will never change. The honeybee does a dance to …

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Q&A #76

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The development TSC to OC: The ability to orient, analyze and adapt to change has been manifested by changing/evolving our objective from curing deafness(1895) to getting sick people well (circa 1905) to enabling greater expression …

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Addressing Symptoms/Effects

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Sincerity and altruism are often used as a reason for ignoring principles.

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Objective Chiropractic

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We are not creating a new profession or distorting the profession started by the Palmers. Objective chiropractic is just a reformation of the profession as BJ described it when he edited the 33 principles.

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Adjusting Ability

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No matter how much ability you have you are completely helpless in making an adjustment. As long as you are impressed with your ability, you will never reach the point of usefulness.

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Communication

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It takes two to communicate. The communicator and the listener. We are responsible for the quality of the former not the latter.

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Excerpt from my next Book-a novel

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It is ironic that we have, during the last century, won the right to practice chiropractic despite the efforts of the medical profession. Yet we cannot stop the efforts of our own profession to intrude/insert …

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The Evolution of the Chiropractic Objective

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DD and later BJ saw so many people get well from many conditions that eventually the objective was concluded that chiropractic did not cure any or all diseases. It enabled the innate intelligence of the …

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