Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 27030
  Title Primal principle, pandemics, and the price of progress: How chiropractic’s major premise, cultural anthropology, and ancient scripture shout in unison where we’ve gone wildly wrong
URL apcj.net/papers-issue-2-6/#SeilerPrimalPrinciple
Journal Asia-Pac Chiropr J. 2022 ;2(6):1-19
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Abstract: Until we decide to walk naked back into the forest and become hunter-gatherers, we are all engaged in a brand of eco-terrorism, even if you opt for electrical cars, recycling bins, and vegan cuisine. Some of us are simply more out of equilibrium than others.

The way to end our long history of infectious and degenerative pandemics is to become practicing biological fundamentalists by adopting, wherever possible, primal, pre-agricultural behaviours. Doing so first requires the acceptance of what is presented in this essay, as an expanded appreciation of chiropractic’s traditional philosophy should make this a no-brainer for any chiropractor with an ontological bias that places an ‘all wise’ intelligence at the helm of material manifestation.

A partial list is given of primal behaviours traditional chiropractors should consider adopting for themselves and their families, and then impart to their patients

Author keywords: Universal Intelligence; Innate Intelligence; Educated Intelligence; Primal behaviour; chiropractic; pandemic.

This abstract is reproduced with the permission of the publisher; click on the above link for free full text. Online access only.


 

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