Q&A # 105-Mixing the Creator and the creation

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Definition of syncretisim: 1. The combination of different forms of belief or practice 2. The fusion of two or more different inflectional forms. Was BJ/RWS being sycronistic when they combined universal intelligence and God or …

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Rapport

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How do you gain rapport by giving a practical nod to the outside-in approach. A falsE objective of trying to correct the cause of disease.

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Q&A, CCE regulations and standards

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Why has no professional organization,group, agency, ever challenged the constitutionality of the legislatures’ in supporting the CCE. In the 80’s it was because the colleges and organizations felt that it (the CCE) was compatible with …

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OSC Rationale

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rationale def. am explanation of controlling principles of opinion belief practice or phenomena 2. an underlying reason :BASIS The first and only rationale established by DD Palmer was that the cause of deafness was vertebral …

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Exercise and Chiropractic Philosophy

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Many chiropractors will exercise their physical bodies every day but not spend 5 minutes to exercise their educated brain by “working out” on the philosophy of chiropractic.

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10-2-67

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Yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of the opening of my office on 10-2-67. Iris and I were was able to travel back to be there for part of the day and visit with some of …

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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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