innate intelligence


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innate intelligence

Chiropractic
Innate, see there.
  
Energy medicine
See Bio Energetic Synchronisation Technique.

innate intelligence (in·nātˑ in·teˑ·l·gns),

n term coined by D.D. Palmer to refer to the force within the body (originating in the spine) that produces healing and proper health unless impaired by spinal subluxation.
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It's never the medication, it's always the innate intelligence of the body that finally does get us well.
In the evaluation of chiropractic historian Joseph Donahue, 80% of chiropractors "evade professional accountability" by firing at patients a "barrage of quasi-scientific information" about particular techniques, while remaining intentionally vague about the meanings of Innate Intelligence, because they realize that this "religious doctrine .
You explored and played, and your innate intelligence guided your learning.
Duke understands that plants and the human body are connected by nature's innate intelligence, having evolved together for millions of years.
This new finding, which appears in the March/April Intelligence, undermines the controversial proposal of an innate intelligence advantage for Asians, as compared with whites.
Any obstacle (excluding the loss of Wade) can be overcome with hard work, a broad smile, and innate intelligence.
Both goal-directed behavior and goal-corrected behavior imply an innate intelligence and epigenetic principle in the animal.
You judge a person based on their breadth of experience and their innate intelligence about business.
Tapping that innate intelligence requires us to release ourselves from the mental prison of egocentric thinking.
Grades are primarily a reflection of a student's innate intelligence, not of teacher's capabilities.
Awkward, withdrawn, and inexperienced in the art of social interaction, Bille, recognized for her innate intelligence, is promoted to leadership positions which she does not relish and sometimes fears.