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Healing for the Age of Enlightenment Paperback – October 23, 1993
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If you are interested in learning Vita Flex, then you need to get this book. Even though I've experienced great value from Vita Flex treatments via a chiropractor, the warnings of injuring yourself or someone else if not performed correctly were enough to dissuade me from attempting it. There was a recipe for eyedrops in that part of the book that claimed to heal cataracts and many other eye ailments. If true, that alone would be worth the price of the book.
And the color theory part of the book is largely a rewrite of Let There Be Light by Darius Dinshah which I already had and is readily available from the Dinshah Society. Personally, I prefer to ignore all those complicated toning schedules and use infrared/far infrared heat lamps when you can't sunbathe. I say throw the whole spectrum at the body and let it take whatever it needs. Burroughs thoroughly disagrees. I'm okay with that, but it doesn't change my opinion.
This information is written in an easy plausible way...giving the reader a wonderful over view of healing modalities...one if which is colour therapy ....another pressure points....but of course the famous cleanse diet was an added bonus also.
I highly recommend this book to those who wishto explore the gift of healing, and take steps towards better health in body mind and spirit....thank you Stanley Burrows....