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Inner Bridges by Fritz Frederick Smith

Inner Bridges (1986)

by Fritz Frederick Smith

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Inner Bridges is not a how-to-do-it book. Exercise and balancing techniques are given specifically to illustrate ideas under discussion. They are not intended for clinical instruction of the reader.
"The map is not the territory"
Discoveries in modern technology have led us to reexamine and seek new explanations in ancient energy concepts.The divorce between scientific facts and religious facts may not necessarily be eternal as it first seems...the rigorously impersonal view of science might one day appear to have been a useful eccentricity rather than the definitely triumphant position which the sectarian scientist at present so confidently announces it to be.
A person cannot react.
Exercise your art solely for the care of your patient. -Hippocratic Oath
To my parents, Margret and Reindel Smith and to Earnest J. Smith, D.C.
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As we each develop in our personal lives, we consciously and unconsciously create inner views or "mental models" of the universe that become part of who we are.
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An essential guide for anyone with an interest in body therapy, this book contains an exploration of the connections between Eastern and Western beliefs about health and the human body, based on the concept of energy as a fundamental force in nature. This hidden energy theory incorporates facets of Chinese acupuncture and Hindu yoga, while establishing that Western medical knowledge actually validates these ancient Eastern insights. Dr. Smith explains how health care practitioners can access this energy through their hands, feel its existence, and see a person's response to the movements.

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