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There is a close relationship between physical bodily tension and the sensation of mental tension. When we are worried over something we feel tense in our body; relax our body very completely we soon begin to feel relaxed in our mind. It is a common experience among psychiatrists to find that the patient who is losing his mental tension as a result of psychotherapy is physically more relaxed to his body. A basic principle of the relaxing mend exercises is the use of physical relaxation as a key to menta relaxation. This takes place in two stages. First we must learn complete physical relaxation, and second we must learn how to use this physical relaxation to promote calm and ease of our mind. Our mind relaxes following the relaxation our body and this mental relaxation tends to persist after we have ceased to relax our body. As the process is
repeated the persistence of the mental relaxation becomes progressively greater and more prolonged until the stage is reached when it stays with us in all the tasks of our everyday living.
There is another fundamental factor. There are different kinds of relaxation. The kind of relaxation which leads us to calm and ease of mind is quite different from the relaxation which occurs when we lie down comfortably and doze off perhaps even going to sleep. The type of relaxation which we want is essentially mental relaxation. This is independent of physical comfort. In fact it is more difficult to attain real mental relaxation if we are physically too comfortable because we then achieve our feeling of relaxation through the physical comfort of our body and not by activity of our mind.
The type of relaxation which is most effective is different from the relaxation which leads to sleep. Of course, sleep itself is effective in relieving nervous tension. This is the first line of treatment which every doctor knows. He gives the nervous patient a sedative so as to ensure a good night’s rest. Sleep eases the tension; but it is not nearly as effective in doing so as the profound mental relaxation in which the mind is deeply calm and at ease, yet at the same time fully awake.
In the previous chapters you read the true stories of people who were badly crippled by arthritis. They were treated by conventional medical methods with drugs, injections, x-ray treatments, and surgery without getting better, but after changing to the biological therapies, they were completely cured. Later in this book I will show you many other cases, just as dramatic and real, taken from a long list of hundreds of actual cases which could be cited as proof that these are not isolated cases, that biological methods really work, and that arthritis sufferers indeed can get well!
Yet, you have read and heard on television and radio that “There is no cure for arthritis.” You have been warned that anyone who speaks to the contrary must be a quack or a fraud. Americans have been brainwashed with this propaganda through various communication media for so long that they accept this statement as truth. Cleverly written and professionally acted—with the authoritative aura of white-coated actors—these drug commercials bombard you from the magic screen day-in and day-out, in an endless repetition until you, in fatalistic resignation, giving up all hope of permanent cure, go to the nearest drugstore and buy a bottle of well-advertised painkiller, that promises you “relief.”
But arthritis can be cured! Arthritis sufferers are being cured by the thousands, right now, all over the world, mostly in Europe, but also in the United States. I have seen with my own eyes how patients crippled with arthritis for years, have left their crutches and wheelchairs and walked. I have talked with and interviewed dozens of arthritics who have been cured of arthritis.
The reason why you do not hear about this from your television screen is because there is no money in selling knowledge, truth, education. You cannot pack knowledge in a bright labeled bottle, as the pill manufacturers do, and make a million dollar business out of it
When your doctor tells you that there is no cure for arthritis he means that there is no cure for arthritis with a drug or a knife—because the pharmacological and surgical treatments are virtually the only curative methods accepted and employed by the average orthodox, allopathic medical doctor. And they are 100 per cent correct: There is no cure for arthritis with drug or knife.
But there definitely is a cure for arthritis with biological therapeutic methods. Thousands of arthritis sufferers throughout the world have obtained complete freedom from pain, recession of swollen joints, and disappearance of every trace of this crippling and agonizing disease. There are dozens of clinics and spas in Europe where arthritis is cured today, along with most of the other common ailments and chronic diseases. The biological methods employed by these clinics are: dietetic restrictions, fasting, herbal treatments, juice therapies, biological medicines, heat treatments, massage, manipulations, hydro-therapies, and a number of other drugless treatments. The cases cited in this book were cured by these therapies.
In the following chapters we will discuss in detail all the biological treatments which proved so successful in the reported cases, but first let us briefly analyze what arthritis is, how it develops, and why the conventional medical therapies fail to accomplish a cure.