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Medical Science Fragments Twenty-six

     When ascribing the reason for something that occurs during an illness, doctors will often bring up the issue of the patient’s physical vitality. At first this sounds reasonable, but it is actually no more than one form of excuse. The human body does indeed have something that could be called vitality, but it has practically nothing to do with disease. We can state this from our experience as well, but actually what is known as “vitality” differs according to the kinds of medicinal toxins and to the amount of medicinal toxins that all individuals have within their bodies. The proof of this fact is that when channeling Johrei to a patient, in accordance with the two factors mentioned above, recovery can be quicker or slower.

Eikô, Issue 191, January 14, 1953
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