DIS_EASE v. Disease. Why?


Does correcting the “cause” of a disease (by vertebral subluxation correction) change a person’s outside-in philosophy or merely reinforce/add to it. That is the reason for clearly differentiating disease and DIS-EASE. BJ moved from his father’s cause of all disease philosophy, to the 33 Principles (differentiating it by a new, different term) but unfortunately he perpetuated it in his getting sick people well model/emphasis. It was the original idea that DIS-EASE was the cause of all disease. The cause of all disease was never mentioned, not an issue in the principles. I often used the synonymous term in-coordination as opposed to DIS-EASE to keep the terms separate in the mind of the PM/public. It cannot be clear in the mind of the PM when it is not even clear in the mind of the TSC

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  1. Bryson Langel 09/28/2017, 3:32 pm:

    How would an inside-out correction cause someone to have more of an outside-in view?
    If DIS-EASE (“lack of coordinated function”) is not the cause of disease, then what is?

    • Claude Lessard 09/28/2017, 4:19 pm:


      It reinforces the public’s OIBU view point by making them believe that chiropractic is an alternative to the treatment of disease, which it is NOT.

      It perpetuates the BIG LIE and deceives the public.

      As per the AUTHORITY of the 33 principles of chiropractic’s basic science, the chiropractic objective is to: LACVS for a full expression of the innate FORCES of the innate intelligence of the body. PERIOD.

  2. Claude Lessard 09/28/2017, 4:38 pm:

    When the correction of VS is used for the treatment of disease, it tells the public that chiropractic is a therapy which it is NOT. –

    If EVERY chiropractor would tell the truth about what chiropractic is and what chiropractic is not, what chiropractic does and what chiropractic does not, how chiropractic does what it does and why chiropractic is SEPARATE AND DISTINCT FROM EVERYTHING ELSE AND INCLUSIVE OF EVERYONE… maybe, just maybe the public’s perception of chiropractic would undergo a transformation. –

    – i say with Reggie’s last words to me… CARRY ON… ADIO.

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