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Posted on 02-04-2014

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restoring innate flow

 

A man turns on his tap, only to discover no water is coming out.  He calls his neighbor, a medical doctor, who knows a little about plumbing.  The MD turns the tap on and off a few times and also experiences no water flow.  He then whips out a prescription pad and writes orders for daily delivery of bottled water to the man's house to satisfy his lack of H2O.  The issue is resolved, medically.

But the man wants his OWN water, produced from his own pipes like he enjoyed before.  Unsatisfied, he calls his other neighbor, a Chiropractor, who lives by a Principle of locating cause.  The Chiropractor, checks the tap and also discovers no water.  He then proceeds to evaluate inner pipes until he finds an obstruction in the water main, some distance from the waterless spigot.  He clears the blockage, water flows naturally and the problem is solved.  The man is happy once again, he has his water back.

Moral of the story... Don't settle for substitutes (lifetime prescriptions) for something you innately possess (normal physiological functions).  Instead, find the obstructing cause to why your body isn't working as it should, remove the interference and allow good health to flow naturally.

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