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THE GIST OF IT FOR HEALING, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS (Timeless Wisdom Collection Book 482) Haydon Rochester

THE GIST OF IT FOR HEALING, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS (Timeless Wisdom Collection Book 482)

Haydon Rochester

Published February 27th 2014
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133 pages
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THE writer of this book was born and bred to be a physician, being the fourth of his name in his own family, and having been afforded the utmost advantage in training, both in this country and Europe, may be presumed to be qualified to take anMoreTHE writer of this book was born and bred to be a physician, being the fourth of his name in his own family, and having been afforded the utmost advantage in training, both in this country and Europe, may be presumed to be qualified to take an intelligent and experienced view of the subjects herein considered.Succeeding some years of general medical and surgical practice, the special field of nervous and mental disorder was cultivated, and this revealed the importance of a comprehensive knowledge of psychology, which shows, by penetrating to first causes in the problem of human disability, that about four-fifths of all ailment consists essentially of mental or emotional tension, reacting upon the mind or the body to produce the symptoms manifested.In other words, most abnormalities are in fact nothing more than the outward evidence of an unresolved straining compromise among motives in conflict, or the material resultants of contending, internal, and strictly psychological forces, frequently unconscious or subconscious, and therefore requiring this objective exposition to the end that they may be dissipated.Part I of this volume presents the psychology involved, part II sets forth the basic principles of good health and healing, and part HI presumes to rationalize a still higher realization without which no soul is sound.The book should be read more than once, in order to derive its full message, which is purposely compressed for transmission- and occasion is here taken to make grateful acknowledgment to the psychoanalysts for an essential element in the writers professional equipment- to Mrs. Harriet L. McCollum, psychological lecturer supreme, for her practical awakening to the resources of the subconscious- for the gracious inspirations embodied in Part HI- and to all others who both knowingly and unknowingly have contributed to the authors enlightenment and unfoldment.