Distress Patterns and Illness

We see the operation of distress patterns leading to illness in at least two ways. One is the restimulation of a recording of a previous injury or illness, making the individual ill once more. The other is the interference with the body’s inherent ability to recover from injury or illness by distress recordings that block or hinder the operation of the immune systems, the circulation, or other bodily functions.

Harvey Jackins

From page 292 of “Draft Policy for RC Physicians,” in The Reclaiming of Power

(Present Time 193, October 2018)

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