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INHS Hygienic Review 2007 Issue 1

INHS Hygienic Review 2007 Issue 1

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CONTENTS:
click here# 1-2007Morem agazinesWelcome
to themagazine of 
I NHS
, anon-profitorganisationfor discussing& teaching
Natural Hygiene 
, ascientific viewon health anddisease withroots as farback as 1822.
Our m otto:
"trust the body" 
Ourphilosophy
:By followingthe simplerules of thesocalled LAWSOF LIFE wecan achievelasting health& optimalenergy.
Our goal
is toteach, discuss& improve thebest healingmethodsavailable. If they arelow-cost or
 
EDI TORI AL
 
" Hygienic living embraces all aspects of life." 
HARMONY OR DI SHARMONY?
by Dr. John Fielder
As Hygienists we must be aware that Hygienic living embraces allaspects of life. Too often we lull ourselves into a false sense of security by thinking that a diet of raw foods, grown organically,periodic fasts, ample exercise, fresh air and sunlight, and adequaterest etc., will solve all of our problems. We neglect to stop and thinkthere may be other factors in our milieu which are effecting us. Orperhaps we think we can ignore them, and by practising thefore-mentioned overcome their effects.As the following comment illustrates, it is possible that by livingHygienically in all other ways we may minimise the deletoriouseffects of these other factors. At the same time though, continualexposure must surely effect us to a greater or lesser degree.
"Recently in an Australian regional shopping centre they were being plagued by theft and criminal activity. At that time the music being piped throughout the complex was of a pop nature mirroring the pop culture of today. On it subsequently being changed to classical, easlistening, the crime rate immediately fell by 40%." 
As can readily be observed from this article, exposing ourselves tosounds, including music, which is inharmonious to our beings, hasthe potential to bring about anti-social behaviour, which in itself isa form of illness.Although Hygienic living is basically really very simple, we mustlearn to not over-simplify, and look beyond the square in our questfor top level health and equanimity.May we all achieve this in 2007.
 
 
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thatdrugs areunnecessaryand willusually delayhealing andcause newdiseases.
We present
excellentno-drugsmethods forhealthrecovery,tested andperfected bydoctors forover 175years.
We w ant
topromotehealthindependenceand criticalthinking.
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" Although Hygienic living is basically really very sim ple, w e must learn to not over-simplify." " Look beyond the square" 
Natural Health & EnergyI NHS Hygienic Review
Back to the Start Pageof this magazine issueVisit INHS Hygienic Review'sHome Pagefor more online magazines
www  naturalhygienesociety.org/review/
Who arethe persons tothe right?
 
CONTENTS:
click here# 1-2007Morem agazinesW elcom e
to themagazine of 
I NHS
, anon-profitorganisationfor discussing& teaching
Natural Hygiene 
, ascientific viewon health anddisease withroots as farback as 1822.
Our m otto:
"trust the body" 
Ourphilosophy
:By followingthe simplerules of thesocalled LAWSOF LIFE wecan achievelasting health& optimalenergy.
Our goal
is toteach, discuss& improve thebest healingmethodsavailable. If they arelow-cost orfree, so muchbetter.
W e teach
thatdrugs areunnecessaryand willusually delayhealing andcause newdiseases.
W e present
excellentno-drugsmethods forhealthrecovery,tested andperfected bydoctors forover 175years.
W e w ant
topromotehealthindependenceand critical
 
WHAT I S NATURAL HYGI ENE?
 
" Tow ards the end of the fifteenth century there cam e an intellectual aw akening " 
WHAT DO WE HAVE I N COMMON WI TH LEONARDO DA VI NCI ?
NaturalHygieneis partof the sam eRENAI SSANCEm ovem ent asLeonardo DaVinci !RENAI SSANCE --- FROM THE DARK AGES to THE MODERN AGE
Dr. Herbert Shelton: 
"When the church put out the light of classic learning, there followed a barreninterregnum, a period of intellectual darkness and stagnation, which lasted formore than twelve centuries, and which acted as an insuperable barrier to theworld's intellectual progress. Fortunately, towards the end of the fifteenthcentury there came an intellectual awakening, a new birth of the spirit of progress and learning.The long, dark winter was over and the first gentle breathing of a largerintellectual springtime was wafted over the earth, thawing out the minds of men and bidding them awake from their long season of intellectual lethargy.A spirit of inquiry began to take possession of the more advanced minds,which resulted in unlocking the buried treasures of wisdom and knowledgecontained in the literature of Greece and Rome.The increasing power of the ascending sun of the new intellectual day starteda thaw in the intellectual world; the snows upon the mountains were meltedand the ice-bound streams of knowledge unlocked, so that once more theirwaters could flow In their regular channels and water the earth.It was inevitable that, as the River of Knowledge, swelled by the mountaintorrents and by the rains of the new Spring, rushed on impetuously, sweepingaway the barriers which had so long stayed its progress, the time should comewhen the superstitions of medicine should be washed away in the flood.Although there were fore-runners, the real medical awakening came in theearly part of the nineteenth century. A new spirit of inquiry took possession of men. They went to Nature to learn the ways of life. This questioning of medical dogmas and practices was more or less world wide; but we are hereinterested chiefly in what took place in America."
Herbert M. Shelton, from The HYGIENIC SYSTEM - Orthopathy
OurDA VINCIcode:TRUSTTHE BODY!&save energy&avoidimmediaterelief
THE RENAI SSANCE I N MOST of SCI ENCE has already succeeded
e.g. in Astronom y, w here the revolution started in the 1400's: 
THE DARK AGES
represented by the Catholic Churchfrom the 15th century to the 20th
GEOCENTRIC THEORY
:the sun revolves around the earthINCORRECT
THE MODERN AGE
represented by Renaissance Scientistsstarting in the 15th century
HELIOCENTRIC THEORY
:the earth revolves around the sunCORRECT

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