5. What Kinds Of Changes Are Required
The kinds of changes which must be identified for the client will, of course, vary from individual to individual but, surprisingly, they almost always fall into the following categories:
- Doing away with certain outmoded beliefs and superstitions that can only serve to hamper maintenance of full health or perhaps even to destroy it, if it is now present.
- Causing a change in attitude through knowledge about the kinds of habits and practices in eating and lifestyle that are recognized as being destructive to health.
- Developing a deep conviction about the need for the changes recommended by the practitioner, this obtained through knowledge of what is believed to be essential to health maintenance.
- The introduction of positive action through practice, gradually or abruptly, as individual situations and conditions warrant, eliminating all destructive habits and replacing them with Hygienic, truly scientific, practices known to be instrumental in building health, not disease.
Home > Lesson 89 – Introducing Clients To The Need For A Lifestyle Change
- 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