#47 Chiropractic Principles: Principle 6

Claude Lessard states in his A New Look At Chiropractic’s Basic Science Book, “Once an application begins to execute its function on the hardware, it becomes a process requiring time. In other words, an application is a file of instructive information data ready for use, and when in use, it is a process of that file in action performing certain tasks. It uses the operating system to coordinate the activities of those tasks. In the body, this operating system is the innate brain, which is metaphysical, under the control of innate intelligence. Instructive information from innate intelligence, within the innate brain, then intervals with the physical brain, as control center, and is transmitted through or over the nerve system in order to be expressed by all the parts of the body.”

In Today’s TIC, we’re going to grow in our understanding on Principle 6 of the Chiropractic 33 Principles. Principle No. 6 “There is no process that does not require time.”

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