3. The Practitioner Presents The Plan
Clients must be convinced that the practitioner in charge is designing a program specifically tailored to meet their precise needs, one that will enable them to assume full responsibility for their own care and well-being, thus removing them from all necessity to depend any longer on the medical establishment for pills and potions that serve only to poison.
The capable practitioner must teach clients Natural Hygiene’s rules of life and convince them that, by following the simple Hygienic ways of eating and living, they will gradually find their own aches and pains either considerably diminished or even no longer existent; that their impaired and troubled digestive and other afflictions will soon become but a memory. They must come to an understanding, by presentation of or the experiencing of evidential results, that it is possible for them to see their own energy levels soar to heights perhaps unknown since earliest childhood; that they may even experience once again the joy of sleeping undisturbed the whole night through and being able to awaken at dawn with vigor renewed, ready to meet the challenges and problems of each new day. But, for all this to happen, change is not only suggested, but mandatory.
- 1. What Do You Mean By “Change In Lifestyle?”
- 2. The Need To Inspire The Client
- 3. The Practitioner Presents The Plan
- 4. The Client Must Be In Charge
- 5. What Kinds Of Changes Are Required
- 6. Outmoded Beliefs And Superstitions
- 7. I Can!
- 8. Questions & Answers
- Article #1: The Great Awakener By Dr. Herbert M. Shelton
- Article #2: Overcoming Compulsive Habits By Stanley Bass, D.C.
- Article #3: The Negative Power of “If” By Charles M. Simmons
- Article #4: Excerpt from “In Tune With the Infinite” by Ralph Waldo Trine