“The tissue cells of the body are continually subjected to universal forces. The effects of these forces upon the cell can be measured algebraically. If we divide these effects into units we can classify them as gains and losses. The gains are those experiences in which the cell successfully adapts the universal forces. The losses are those experiences in which the cell fails to adapt the universal forces. The resultant changes caused by that failure to adapt may or may not be measurable. When losses are subtracted from gains, that which remains is called a “survival value.” ” —Joe Strauss, DC
In Today’s TIC, we’re going to grow in our understanding on Survival Values.
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