|Technology looks to establish
order in everything; to make the most perfect straight lines, round circles, single
frequencies, 60 watt light bulbs, etc. Technology frustrates itself in trying to
mathematically model the randomness of nature. Computer model a wave, if you will.
Each of us is the embodiment of the randomness of nature.
Modern science tries its best to understand but fails because the scientific
model cannot model or represent nature as such.In the September 1, 2004 edition of The
Journal of the American Medical Association, an interesting article appeared: Chronic
Disease-the Need for a New Clinical Education.
The article states that the training of physicians has not
kept up with the shift from acute illness to chronic illness. In the health care systems
of today, 78% of the health care dollar is spent on the chronically ill patient
|Heart disease, diabetes,
hypertension, obesity and adolescent obesity are chronic illnesses developing in many of
us as we speak. Present-day science has truly been unsuccessful at combating these
conditions, ever looking to solve the chronicity of the problem with only palliative drug
therapies. We cannot wait for the retraining of the health care system, for at the end of
acute illness these conditions take the lives, limbs and minds of the patient.
There are cures, reversals, healings and even miracles available to these patients. The
role of cure lies more with the patient than with the ill-prepared physician.
The Tobin Institute has proven these global health concerns can and will respond and
respond rapidly to conservative treatment focused on the quieting of the overstressed
minds and improvement of the improperly fed bodies of today's walking wounded.