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Spinology addresses human potential.

Objective straight chiropractic improves the expression of the innate intelligence of the body.

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  1. Claude Lessard 11/09/2013, 2:42 am:

    I always have had a problem with expression of the innate intelligence of the body. The body expresses the innate FORCES of the innate intelligence of the body… as the function of body (matter) is to express innate forces. (pri.13). –

    – Example: If I give, my daughter Tara, the instructive information to perform a certain task for me and she does it…. Tara is not expressing me, she is expressing my instructive information. The same for the innate intelligence of the body. ONLY the innate forces are expressed by matter.

  2. Steve 11/09/2013, 3:50 am:

    Q.1. Does Spinology address human potential through the expression of Innate Forces In the body?
    Q.2. No spinology for doggies and kitties?

    • Claude Lessard 11/09/2013, 12:24 pm:


      Full expression of the innate forces of the innate intelligence of the living body of the vertebrate species. Yes, Spinology addresses all vertebrate including doggies and kitties even though it labeled itself “human potential”. We’ve got a lot of cleaning to do with our language and HOW we truly express ourselves.

    • JoeStrauss 11/09/2013, 2:49 pm:

      Steve, not being a Spinologist but having read the only two books ever written on Spinology (one, published by Anthony Tremain and one ,unpublished by Reggie Gold), and listened to Reggie’s classroom spinology lectures, I offer the following:
      Q.1 Spinology addresses innate forces as they are expressed though nerves that pass though the spine, (hence the name spin(e)ology) and how that impacts human potential.
      Q.2 Correct, although inasmuch as spinology was/is in its early stages, doggie potential and kitty potential has yet to be explored.
      By the way, the term spinology (pronounced spin’ol ogy) has been appropriated by a yo-yo manufacturer and the trick “walking the dog” is part of that, which is the closest anyone comes to “doggie potential”.

      • Don 11/09/2013, 5:45 pm:

        I’ve been looking for any Spinology texts out there. What were the titles of those two texts you discovered?

      • Steve 11/11/2013, 12:03 am:

        How is this different than NTC

        • JoeStrauss 11/11/2013, 1:13 am:

          I’m sorry Steve, How is what different than NTC?

          • Steve 11/11/2013, 3:06 pm:

            It seems Spinology and NTC have the same goal, removing interference to the transmission of Innate Forces.

          • JoeStrauss 11/11/2013, 3:48 pm:

            Steve, it seems that many chiropractors have that same goal including “TSC” and some back pain relievers (BPR). Its the WHY as Claude would say that is important. Their goal is to remove: “interference to the transmission of Innate Forces”
            1. BPR (WHY) to get rid of back pain
            2. TC and its subsets which I, at one time, mistakenly called TraditionalstraightChiropractic, (WHY)to get sick people well.
            3. Spinologist, (WHY )to enable persons to reach their full potential
            4. OSC, (WHY) to enable the forces of the ii of the body to be more fully expressed.
            There is a subtle difference between the above, sometimes so subtle that even the practice member cannot see it. But there is a difference, IMO.

  3. Don 11/09/2013, 5:48 pm:

    Being that the Spinology addresses human potential, how is this outcome measured?
    One of the questions I was interested in answering through reading those texts Joe. Thanks.

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