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Getting Well Getting Well by Herbert M. Shelton
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“It is always a much easier task to educate uneducated people than to re-educate the mis-educated.”
Herbert M. Shelton, Getting Well
“You don't need treatment. The fever, inflammation, coughing, etc., constitute the healing process. Just get out of their way and permit them to complete their work. Don't try to 'aid' nature. She doesn't need your puny aid—she only asks that you cease interfering.”
Herbert M. Shelton, Getting Well
“You are free to choose your own way of life, but you are not free to choose the results. ”
Herbert M. Shelton, Getting Well
“What the sick need is teachers not treaters, health schools not hospitals, instruction not treatment, education in right living not training the sick habit. Both they and their advisors must get rid of the curing idea and the practices built up thereon.”
Herbert M. Shelton, Getting Well
“The so-called symptoms of disease are manifestations of an inherent principle of the organism to restore healthy function and to resist offending agents and influences.”
Herbert M. Shelton, Getting Well
“There are many things to resist, but disease is not one of them.”
Herbert M. Shelton, Getting Well
“If you desire truly to live you will cease trying to find magic tricks and short-cuts to life and learn the simple laws of being, and order your life in conformity with these. Realign your life with the laws of nature—this and this alone constitutes living to live.”
Herbert M. Shelton, Getting Well
“There are but a few blood purifiers and these are all in the body. We know them as the liver, kidneys, lungs, colon, and a few glands.”
Herbert M. Shelton, Getting Well