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Repetition

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Memorization results from repetition and repetition is a precursor to memorizatiion

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Inductive Reasoning

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Research into getting sick people well is inductive reasoning. It only works/worked for chiropractic if and when we believed that VS was the cause of all disease. That is why BJ continually looked for THE …

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Q&A #99

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Are absolutes relevant today? If they are, are the 33 principles absolutes?

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Q&A #104

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Is innate intelligence omniscient?

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Rapport

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Definition of rapport: to bring back 1. especially a relationship marked by harmony, conformity, accord. Does correcting the cause of a disease create a relationship, accord, or harmony with a person/a practice member? 1. If …

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Reggie’s Comment

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I remember once over hearing a chiropractor saying to Reg, “I use to do lay lectures but i’m too busy now.” Reg responded “Don’t worry you’ll have time again, in the future!” Think about that.

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DIS_EASE v. Disease. Why?

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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 …

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The Objective OF Getting Sick People Well…

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…is chiropractic’s trivial pursuit.

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TSC and Getting Sick People Well (GSPW) v. OSC (LACVS)

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If TSC’s objective is to GSPW, even if it is by correcting VS, why does the chiropractor want payment even if the PM does not get well (probably the worst thing we copied from medicine). …

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Q&A #103 Analysis V. Diagnosis

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What’s the difference between a chiropractic analysis and a medical diagnosis?

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