cleansing and healing

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  • In other words, every so-called acute disease is the result of a cleansing and healing effort of Nature. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • We have learned that so-called acute diseases are Nature's cleansing and healing efforts. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • Under the natural regimen, Nature is encouraged and assisted in her cleansing and healing efforts. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • Such a course can have but one result, namely the changing of Nature's cleansing and healing efforts into chronic disease. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • That "something" is intelligent cooperation with Nature's cleansing and healing efforts. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • The metaphysical healers do away with these suppressive methods of treatment and allow Nature's acute cleansing and healing efforts to run their natural course. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • With the advent of these cleansing and healing crises the physiological and psychological moment for fasting has arrived. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • It assists Nature's cleansing and healing efforts by simple natural means and methods of treatment which are in no wise harmful or destructive to health and life, and which are within the reach of everyone. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • We must be careful, however, to use our higher powers in conformity with Nature's intent; that is, we must not endeavor to suppress Nature's cleansing and healing efforts. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • The vital energies are concentrated on the cleansing and healing processes. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • Operative treatment leaves the organism forever after in a mutilated and therefore unbalanced condition, and often prevents and frustrates Nature's cleansing and healing crises. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • But by such dosing Nature is forcibly interrupted in her efforts of cleansing and healing; the acute reaction is suppressed, but not cured. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • They will know that acute and subacute conditions represent Nature's cleansing and healing efforts, and that local suppression by drug or knife only serves to turn Nature's corrective and purifying activities into chronic disease. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • The serenity of your mind, backed by absolute trust in the Law and by the power of a strong Will, infuses the cells and tissues with new life and vigor, enabling them to turn the acute disease into a beneficial, cleansing and healing crisis. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr
  • Basing its teachings and its practices on a clear understanding of the laws of health, disease, and cure, it refrains from suppressing acute diseases with poisonous drugs or the knife, realizing that they are in reality Nature's cleansing and healing efforts. Cited from Nature Cure, by Henry Lindlahr