Dr. John Reizer
As a chiropractic physician and former associate professor of clinical sciences, I have been asked many questions about health. The two questions I have encountered most often have been; what are the keys to becoming healthy, and what are the best ways to maintain a certain level of health once that goal is achieved?
To understand what it means to be healthy and how health can be maintained or lost throughout a person’s life, we need to explore the word intelligence.
What is intelligence?
Universally speaking, intelligence is the order of physical matter. Things that are evidenced as being intelligent lack randomness. The intelligent arrangement of all matter throughout the universe demonstrates that the universe has an intelligent design.
Intelligence, outside the absence of physical matter, cannot be observed by humans. Our five senses preclude us from comprehending or observing intelligence when the matter is absent.
Intelligence creates a force (energy and information) that unites or links intelligence with matter. In our dimension of existence, intelligence requires matter as the exclusive way it can effectively express itself.
The inborn intelligence of human physiology continually expresses itself over the nervous system and through our physical bodies the entire time we live on this planet. Its sole goal is to maintain the active organization of any living system.
Our inborn intelligent forces do nothing that would be harmful to human physiology or the physical matter they operate through.
The interruption of the inborn intelligence’s forces throughout a living system can and will disrupt human health and physiology. Therefore, it is vitally important that the forces of inborn intelligence not be interfered with during a person’s life.
What have we learned? In living things, intelligence organizes, coordinates, and maintains life. In animals and humans, the forces of intelligence operate through the nervous system, and an interruption of the intelligence’s ability to express itself through living matter can cause some significant health problems.
Let’s take the philosophical information above and place it into practical terms and real-life examples.
If you show me the most gifted pianist in the world, I will show you an individual that possesses musical intelligence. Without ten fingers, the musical intelligence of the individual cannot be expressed. Without a physical instrument (a piano), the pianist’s musical intelligence cannot be heard. Without human ears, a person cannot comprehend the musician’s musical intelligence. Intelligence is ever-present but requires physical matter and an instrument to be adequately expressed. Physical matter is necessary to hear the expression of the musician’s intelligence.
In the human body, there are ongoing and never-ending physiological processes taking place. They are necessary for the health and well-being of living animals. They are also organized and coordinated by intelligent forces that operate through the human nervous system.
If the intelligent forces are interfered with or disrupted during our lives, our physiology becomes less healthy than it was before those intelligent forces were modified.
The educated human mind is no match for the innate logic of human physiology. When doctors prescribe drugs to pharmacologically disrupt a fever or other biochemical processes in human patients, they are interrupting the intelligent forces of a living system that have the sole purpose of maintaining and coordinating the ongoing organization of living matter.
Introducing vaccines into human hosts is another can of worms. Vaccines can permanently alter the intelligent forces of physiological systems. These medicinal concoctions can also alter the genetic blueprint of humanity. Altering the genetic blueprint of humanity is tantamount to altering the computer codes embedded within sophisticated video games. To do so would change the parameters and expression of the game’s world.
If we want to stay as healthy as our genetic blueprint will allow, it’s important to do things in life that will allow for our bodies to have the most optimal expression of the intelligent forces running through them. Anything less will lead us into a state of being unhealthy.
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This is such a great article, John! 🙂
And I’ll be continuing to see my chiropractor for some time because of the rotary cuff tears in my shoulders. I do feel a little better after my appointments. Plus, I will be seeing him more again later for my right knee.
And I will also have physical therapy for my arms in September. I have had one appointment so far. I did not like that she suggested I see an orthepedic at some point. They push surgery. And I am adamant that I will not do that. I know some people who say they come back even worse after surgery. And even my chiropractor says it’s a 50/50 chance.
But if you have good insurance, they will push it!
I am on board with that plan, Lisa. I wouldn’t sign up for elective surgery. Surgery should be a last resort, and even then it might be a better choice to do nothing at all.
I am happy to hear that you have a good chiropractor! 👍😀