Cayce Health Database
The importance of establishing
and maintaining coordination is one of the most important themes in
the Cayce health readings. Likewise, incoordination in all its
myriad forms, was the most frequently cited source of disease.
Coordination refers to balance and equilibrium.
The body is made up of a vast collection of organs and systems.
Coordination is the harmonious interaction and cooperation of all the
structures and functions of the body.
In a more expansive context, Edgar Cayce referred
to coordination of the various aspects of the self. In his holistic
philosophy, each person is a triune of physical, mental and spiritual
attributes. All of these aspects of the self must coordinate with
each other. Failure of coordination results in disease.
Coordination is health.
At the biological level, the most frequently
cited factor in illness was incoordination of the nervous systems.
Physical treatments such as osteopathy and massage were commonly prescribed
to assist the body in restoring coordination.
Note: The above information is not intended for self-diagnosis
or self-treatment. Please consult a qualified health care professional
for assistance in applying the information contained in the Cayce Health