Joseph B. Clifford, D.C.
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I have learned that...

Health is not always an absence of disease or symptoms, and that healing is not necessarily an environment where symptoms "go away". I have learned that an end to life, as we know it, may be necessary in order to heal.

I have learned that...

I have not become fully enlightened as to why, as mental-physical beings, we must suffer. In order to understand this question, one must enter into the mind of God and second guess His Universal Intelligence and laws.  

I have learned that...

God's laws, which regulate happiness, pain, suffering, bliss, dis-ease, health, and the healing process are identical or at least exist in synchrony with the physical/energetic laws of the Universe, as described in Quantum Physics.

I have learned that...

The Universe has no dimensions, no beginning, no end, no boundaries.

 I have learned that...

Linear time  is only a facade, and that Man's perception of this dimension exists only  to help him administer his life processes.  Time exists as a quantum soup of the past, future, and present, all resonating simultaneously.

I have learned that...

We are given a body and mind, both without the support of an instruction manual. ( Even if we were provided the text on Life, few of us would read it anyway!)   THE NATURE OF MIND- This article looks at one of the recorded teachings of Buddha, from two and one-half thousand years ago, concerning the location and nature of the mind.  "(In the presence of Buddha) The great assembly perceived that each one's mind was co-extensive with the universe, seeing clearly the empty character of the universe as plainly as a leaf, and that all things in the universe are all alike merely the excellently bright and primeval mind of Buddha, and that this mind is universally diffused, and comprehends all things within itself"

I have learned that...

Disease is a natural process of the physical form, resulting from a functional distortion of one's perceptions of internal environmental stresses, be they physical, chemical, or mental/emotional.  I have learned that dis-ease, held within the subconscious cellular memory of tissues, leads to physical alterations which compensate for these perceived distortions.  These deviations from the normal healthy energetics of the physical form create highly ordered "chaos", perceived as altered states of reality, i.e. symptoms.

I have learned that...

Treating the effects/ symptoms of dis-ease,  with the intent to alter the physiological environment of that being, is not of the healing process. 

I have learned that...

We are not truly victims of our physical/mental alterations,  but rather, we are, at the least, participants in the creation of our being.  

I have learned that...

One cannot study enough about symptoms and disease to know about the cause of disease. 

I have learned that...

There is no "good" or "bad", there just "is".   How we neurologically process our experiences determines the outcome of the events of our lives.

I have learned that...

Healing results from the full expression of the Innate Intelligence, which resides within each living being.  Perversion of the physiologically perceived realities of Innate and the altered responses to these imbalances creates the perfect environment for disease. 

I have learned that...

Our present states of being (mental/emotional, physical, and chemical) are a perfect representation of the degree of the ability of our body energetics to be expressed as Innate Intelligence. At any one time, each being is greater than the sum total of all life's experiences.

I have learned that...

The more alive that you are, the more unique your personal expression, and the more different you are from your environment. 

I have learned that...

Healing only occurs in the present moment, while, as mental beings, we have 65,000 thoughts in a day-- of which, 90% are identical to those thoughts of yesterday, and of the day before, and of the day before, and of the day....   We spend most of our mentally creative hours lamenting over the past and fearful of the future; never to fully experience the "now" moment.  I have learned that...  God has given us, as sentient beings, the one lesson which has had the greatest influence on the plight of Man-- freedom of choice.   During our lives, we have been fully responsible for the choices we have made.  These choices and judgments bring us to individual moments in our existence. In other words, at any point, we have arrived where we are, because of the untold numbers of choices and decisions that we have made.

I have learned that...

God has given us a physical body to heal through, and that it is a shame that most of us have to do so. 

I have learned that...

Each of us is responsible for all others around us;  we are not individuals separate from the whole of Mankind.  99.9% of our genetic materials is identical for all of humanity. 

I have learned that...

We are fully responsible for hurt, shame, and suffering that we choose to impose on ourselves and others.   We are responsible for the resulting altered states of consciousness that may initiate deviant cyclical reverberations of the cellular mental impulses--disease. 

I have learned that...

"Many of us have realized that we are here to 'do healing'.  Healing means 'making whole', and it's become common wisdom that the only REAL healing you can do is healing YOURSELF. That means that what we're doing when we heal is 'making ourselves whole', which implies that we are currently in a fragmented or 'separated' state."  Matthew Blais -- Very nice!

I have learned that...

We must be willing to fail and to appreciate the truth that often "life is not a problem to be solved, but a mystery to be lived".

I have learned that...

"All cure starts from within-out and from the head-down (an original chiropractic principle)  and in reverse order as the symptoms have appeared" - Hering's law of Cure  .  

I have learned that...

The one aspect of our existence that is transient is the physical form, a temporary vessel for our Soul and Innate, from which we must transcend to a higher level of consciousness.                 
BioGeometric Integration's Tetrahedrons
What I Have Learned.... (What I have learned in my years in chiropractic practice has been phenomenal.)
Shiva: God of destruction and re-creation; a symbol of death, but only of death as the generator of Life.
“He who knows not and knows not he knows not: he is a fool - shun him. He who knows not and knows he knows not: he is simple - teach him. He who knows and knows not he knows: he is asleep -  wake him. He who knows and knows he knows: he is wise - follow him.” ~~Proverb
                        Joseph B. Clifford, D.C.
Say "NO!" to the development and  production genetically modified foods!
Protect our Constitution!

I have learned that...

Health is not always an absence of disease or symptoms, and that healing is not necessarily an environment where symptoms "go away". I have learned that an end to life, as we know it, may be necessary in order to heal.

I have learned that...

I have not become fully enlightened as to why, as mental-physical beings, we must suffer. In order to understand this question, one must enter into the mind of God and second guess His Universal Intelligence and laws.  

I have learned that...

God's laws, which regulate happiness, pain, suffering, bliss, dis-ease, health, and the healing process are identical or at least exist in synchrony with the physical/energetic laws of the Universe, as described in Quantum Physics.

I have learned that...

The Universe has no dimensions, no beginning, no end, no boundaries.

 I have learned that...

Linear time  is only a facade, and that Man's perception of this dimension exists only  to help him administer his life processes.  Time exists as a quantum soup of the past, future, and present, all resonating simultaneously.

I have learned that...

We are given a body and mind, both without the support of an instruction manual. ( Even if we were provided the text on Life, few of us would read it anyway!)   THE NATURE OF MIND- This article looks at one of the recorded teachings of Buddha, from two and one-half thousand years ago, concerning the location and nature of the mind.  "(In the presence of Buddha) The great assembly perceived that each one's mind was co- extensive with the universe, seeing clearly the empty character of the universe as plainly as a leaf, and that all things in the universe are all alike merely the excellently bright and primeval mind of Buddha, and that this mind is universally diffused, and comprehends all things within itself"

I have learned that...

Disease is a natural process of the physical form, resulting from a functional distortion of one's perceptions of internal environmental stresses, be they physical, chemical, or mental/emotional.  I have learned that dis-ease, held within the subconscious cellular memory of tissues, leads to physical alterations which compensate for these perceived distortions.  These deviations from the normal healthy energetics of the physical form create highly ordered "chaos", perceived as altered states of reality, i.e. symptoms.

I have learned that...

Treating the effects/ symptoms of dis-ease,  with the intent to alter the physiological environment of that being, is not of the healing process. 

I have learned that...

We are not truly victims of our physical/mental alterations,  but rather, we are, at the least, participants in the creation of our being.  

I have learned that...

One cannot study enough about symptoms and disease to know about the cause of disease. 

I have learned that...

There is no "good" or "bad", there just "is".   How we neurologically process our experiences determines the outcome of the events of our lives.

I have learned that...

Healing results from the full expression of the Innate Intelligence, which resides within each living being.  Perversion of the physiologically perceived realities of Innate and the altered responses to these imbalances creates the perfect environment for disease. 

I have learned that...

Our present states of being (mental/emotional, physical, and chemical) are a perfect representation of the degree of the ability of our body energetics to be expressed as Innate Intelligence. At any one time, each being is greater than the sum total of all life's experiences.

I have learned that...

The more alive that you are, the more unique your personal expression, and the more different you are from your environment. 

I have learned that...

Healing only occurs in the present moment, while, as mental beings, we have 65,000 thoughts in a day-- of which, 90% are identical to those thoughts of yesterday, and of the day before, and of the day before, and of the day....   We spend most of our mentally creative hours lamenting over the past and fearful of the future; never to fully experience the "now" moment.  I have learned that...  God has given us, as sentient beings, the one lesson which has had the greatest influence on the plight of Man-- freedom of choice.   During our lives, we have been fully responsible for the choices we have made.  These choices and judgments bring us to individual moments in our existence. In other words, at any point, we have arrived where we are, because of the untold numbers of choices and decisions that we have made.

I have learned that...

God has given us a physical body to heal through, and that it is a shame that most of us have to do so. 

I have learned that...

Each of us is responsible for all others around us;  we are not individuals separate from the whole of Mankind.  99.9% of our genetic materials is identical for all of humanity. 

I have learned that...

We are fully responsible for hurt, shame, and suffering that we choose to impose on ourselves and others.   We are responsible for the resulting altered states of consciousness that may initiate deviant cyclical reverberations of the cellular mental impulses--disease. 

I have learned that...

"Many of us have realized that we are here to 'do healing'.  Healing means 'making whole', and it's become common wisdom that the only REAL healing you can do is healing YOURSELF. That means that what we're doing when we heal is 'making ourselves whole', which implies that we are currently in a fragmented or 'separated' state."  Matthew Blais -- Very nice!

I have learned that...

We must be willing to fail and to appreciate the truth that often "life is not a problem to be solved, but a mystery to be lived".

I have learned that...

"All cure starts from within-out and from the head-down (an original chiropractic principle)  and in reverse order as the symptoms have appeared" - Hering's law of Cure  .  

I have learned that...

The one aspect of our existence that is transient is the physical form, a temporary vessel for our Soul and Innate, from which we must transcend to a higher level of consciousness.                 
What I Have Learned.... (What I have learned in my years in chiropractic practice has been phenomenal.)
Shiva: God of destruction and re-creation; a symbol of death, but only of death as the generator of Life.
“He who knows not and knows not he knows not: he is a fool -  shun him. He who knows not and knows he knows not: he is simple - teach him. He who knows and knows not he knows: he is asleep -  wake him. He who knows and knows he knows: he is wise - follow him.” ~~Proverb