Sole Haven Wellness Center
Aurora OR 97002
Lynn J Woodley – February 2010
I earnestly seek to hold true the statement of Thomas Edison, “The Doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patient in care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease”. I desire to help those who seek health, to see the truth, that God has given us amazing bodies with the ability to heal themselves through self application, if desired, of ReflexoCure.
The foot being one of the most complex organs in the human body is meant to move in more than 150 different ways. Foot disorders can be predisposed for 10-15% of degenerative and autoimmune diseases. And I, as a ReflexoCurist, deem it my purpose to interest myself in the feet of those who come to my service, to help them gain the total body health that can be seen as the result of the body responding to ReflexoCure.
Understanding that the healing current emitted from the brain, in response to the current of injury created by reflex activation, reaches into the depths of the cellular structure of every organ and gland in the body, it is my desire to help all who are ailing and seeking health to find that health, with every effort to make clear and functioning brain cells, through the best of oxygen, nutrients and water. This includes fasting on water, photoluminescent reflex beamer, far infared sauna, exercise and raw foods, daily self-treatment of ReflexoCure and most of all continual prayer to our Creator.
As Maimonides (born Moshe ben Maimon, circa 12th Century, Cordoba, Spain) prays in his writing of ‘The Healers Prayer” I paraphrase a portion for myself as follows:
Dear God and Father of all, Inspire me with love for the gift you have given me, and for all your creation. Do not let my focus be for profit, ambition for renown and admiration. Do not let those things interfere with my profession, for these are the enemies of truth and of love for mankind; preserve the strength you give me, of my body and my soul, that they always are ready and willing to cheerfully help and support anyone who comes my way. In those who are ill, let me see only the human being. Give my mind your light to see and recognize what presents itself and that I may comprehend what is absent or hidden. Let it be that I am able to see what is visible, but not be arrogant to the power to see what that is. For those boundaries are delicate and definite in the art of caring for the lives and health of other people. Keep me always alert, and in clear thinking, without diversion of attention while at the feet or care of one I am treating. Keep my mind undisturbed in its silent labors, for those times are great and thoughtful deliberations with You dear Lord.
~ In Christ, Lynn J. Woodley