“Out of 1000 people, we have 1000 potential geniuses.

Out of 1000 people, we have only one Edison.

Why are 999 out of tune with the infinite within?”

BJ Palmer

 

In 1949, Dr.  BJ Palmer published the above statement in his text, The Bigness of the Fellow Within.  He went on to state that each of us is a potential Edison, Einstein, or Tesla, capable of the same exploits they accomplished.

Why is it so commonly seen, that often at 6, a child displays real inventive talent, only to lose it a few years later?  What stifles that creative spark?  Where does it go?  What is it?  If lost, can we get it back?  What else is it capable of?

That same source that gave Edison his inventions is within each of us.  Genius is not property of few, it is buried in all, BJ went on to say.  The same source that turned us from two tiny cells, replicating and splicing into heart cells, lung cells, eye cells, liver cells, where did this ability come from?  Who or what is coordinating it?

With the accumulated knowledge of the entire modern world to date (if that were conceivable), could any one person possibly build male and female as they are, with organs as different as they are?  Yet it is doing it, intelligently, persistently and consistently, day after day, week after week, year after year.

We trust it to build our body, nurture it in the womb, then once we feel we can, often start influencing and controlling its development.  We start comparing it to averages, the average weight, the average height, the average blood pressure.

If your blood pressure is below the average 120/80, you’re likely to receive prescription medication to raise it, yet if you’re an athlete, it’s completely normal.  Many use it as an example of their level of fitness.  Why is this the case?  What should it be?  Who knows exactly?

Give a sick person medication and it attempts to make the user better.  Give that same medication to a ’healthy’ person, and does it make them healthier?

This we know for sure.  Through observation, the brain and spinal cord are the first organs ever grown in every body.  From this, science and research unanimously state that the brain and spinal cord are responsible now for the growth, development, function and reproduction of the body from thereon in.  They go on to state that this control is achieved via the Nerve System, reaching out from the spinal cord to connect it with the rest of the body.

With that knowledge, what would happen if there was to be an interference to that communication pathway?  Some static on the line, a kink in the hose if you will.  Would the body work better or worse?  Logically, any interference to complete control would result in disharmony.  The weight of a dime (2.2 grams) resting upon a Nerve results in a decrease of its firing capacity by up to 60%.  What would this interference result in?  What would happen to a body the longer this occurred?  Would it be easier or harder to concentrate at school?  Easier or harder to train as an athlete?  Easier or harder to give birth?  What then, would the weight of a vertebrae, subluxated, out of alignment from its normal position, hence impinging upon a Nerve do to the body?  If that Nerve was part of your immune system, how would that be affected?  Would it function better or worse?

A body with a good Nerve supply has to work better than a body with a poor Nerve supply.  A body, free of Vertebral Subluxation, has to work better than a body with Vertebral Subluxation.  Whilst ever there is interference to that which is running the body, that creative spark, the infinite within, then the ENTIRE body will understandably suffer.

We trust it, the body, to create us.  We have a growing, yet limited understanding of how it completely works.  Surely, in all attempts to normalise how the body is working, the brain and spinal cord, by right, should have clear communication with all its parts.  By logical deduction, a body free of Vertebral Subluxation makes it that much easier to be a genius.

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