A doctor from Harvard Medical School was making his rounds in the heart ward. He had 12 interns with him. They came to the bed of a patient who was in a coma and was expected to die at any moment. The patient's heart was literally in pieces. The professor placed his stethoscope on the patient and turned to the interns and said, "Listen to that beat (which was very erratic)... just listen... to the wholeness."
Each of the interns placed their stethoscope on the patient and remarked that they heard what the doctor was talking about. They continued on their rounds.
The next day the patient came out of the coma...
Now, not only did he think he was all right, but his heart completely rectified itself -- while he was in a coma! The doctor told the story every year to his new students so that the young interns know that they don't know everything and are not God. This is the power of our minds and belief. Remember, nothing is impossible!
Dr. Jennings stated in his book, “…within the compass of a few weeks, nine cases of Typhus Fever occurred in the family of Mrs. Wm. J. French. Mr. French and three of his sons had been hard sick of number of days, when Mrs. F. failed and was bed-ridden. A great variety of means, internal and external, mild and severe were used to ally the irritability of the stomach, but they seemed rather to aggravate than mitigate the difficulty; the symptoms on the whole body becoming more distressing and alarming.
"Very distressed, I took a walk into a neighboring secluded field, that I might better command my thoughts. I returned to the house and inquired of the nurse what if anything for her stomach, agreed with Mrs. F.? 'Very little,' the nurse replied, 'only water that she takes from her well, it stays on her stomach, and nothing else does.' My mind was soon made up on a prescription for the day.”
“Returning to the neighboring field, where there was a spring of pure soft water, I took a vial from my pocket, filled it with spring water, returned to the house, and called for a clean vial, into which I poured some of the aqua fonana pura. I directed four drops to be given once in four hours in a teaspoon of water directly from Mrs. F.'s well. This case gave me no further trouble. The drops, with a little placebo medicine, finished the cure, as far as medicine was concerned.”
Dr. Jennings utilized his two-pronged health approach for virtually EVERY medical difficulty for the duration of his medical practice. Eventually after twenty years he came out with his health and medical theory; doctors and patients become a partner with nature and a doctor's use of placebos when possible. He also became a sworn enemy of all drug medicine. His book, titled The Philosophy of Human Life, was written in 1852.
Everything and anything has been used as a catalyst to assist health problems or dis-ease. The ultimate is not in the 'thing,' but our conception of that 'thing.' What is the extent of our possibilities? Sometimes the simple is the most profound.
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