What Not To Do During A Fire
Let’s say that there is a fire in your house. Would you ignore the fire and just turn the smoke detector off? Let’s hope not! You wouldn’t focus on the smoke detector when there are bigger problems occurring. The last thing on your mind during a fire should be the beeping of the smoke detector. We can use this analogy to compare many cover ups in our health and society. We often mask what our central nerve system is telling us with the use of cover-ups.
Don’t Touch That Fire!
The “fire”, for the most part, is the one aspect that is typically neglected in our health. Think of a fire as a particular sign or symptom that your body is trying to tell you about. When it starts burning we often take an artificial substance to mask the symptom, or “turn off the detector”. This causes us to perceive that we are fine, when in reality, the “fire” is burning without limits to stop it. Don’t allow yourself to become comfortable or think that your body is fine just from “turning off the detector”. The source of the issue(s) in your body are still present. The true cause is still manifesting and causing dysfunction within your body.
Don’t Mess With Fire…Unless Your Name Is Pyro
Cover-ups, Band-Aids, crutches, etc., are not benefiting your body. Occasionally there will be a time and place for them such as accidents, injuries, or traumas. Otherwise, a subluxation is the cause of ALL, not some, physical dysfunctions. A subluxation is a disconnection from the brain-body highway. When the body is disconnected, signs and symptoms begin to manifest. As a direct result, your body will begin to suffer. Stop turning off the smoke detector, and start addressing the cause of dysfunction.