Cayce Health Database
EXCERPTS ON THERAPEUTIC ENVIRONMENT FROM THE CAYCE
... in an [therapeutic] environ that is as growth
- and the body physically and mentally treated as an individual, a unit,
rather than as a class or a mass consideration, much better conditions
may be brought for the body ....
First, as we would find then, it would
be necessary that there be a change in the environment and surroundings
of the body; to a clean atmosphere, in plenty of sunshine and out-of-door
Q. Please suggest name of best place for him to go for these treatments.
A. In the country somewhere, with an attendant, where the environment
may be made such as we have outlined! One that would be with
him at all times! (271-1)
Q. When he is depressed or moody, which would be the most successful
way to cooperate or help him?
A. The most successful way is to accomplish this through the suggestive
forces of the body, as we have indicated.
As for material meeting of conditions,
these are in accord with that given: Patience, loving-kindness, and the
like. Not too positive, as to create that of animosity. Not
too sympathetic, as to make for pitying of self. But rather that
which makes for constructive influences for the surroundings of the body.
And let the conversation ever be of creative
forces, Life - life's activities! Not any that is of a destructive
nature, in any way or manner! ...
Remember, you are dealing with mental recuperative
forces; and conditions act upon the mind just as would be experienced
in the development of a six to eight, to twelve year old child!
But the mind is being rebuilded!
Give it the proper things to build upon! Else there will be found
that the reactions and tendencies will be towards those things destructive,
or whatever is taken in the mind.
Speak, act, think constructively about
the body! Some may consider it a hard job, but it's worth it - and
it's worth it to themselves, because it'll make'em live better, if they'll
do it! (271-4)
Now, in the cerebrospinal system there
are centers, or ganglia, where there are those connections with the cerebrospinal
that go more directly to the brain. And we find that all the sensory
system are more sympathetic with the activities of the sympathetic, or