No More Illness

76 we should be doing to secure and maintain wellness. In other words, our primary focus must shift from cures to prevention, from an obsession with remedies to an ardent preoccupation with health – for, as mentioned earlier, health is our primary safeguard against disease . Before we consider a tried and tested “get-well-by-getting- healthy” program, I would like to share with you some of the true-life experiences that drove me to write this little book, and that give me the courage to speak with strong conviction. For many years my colleagues and I conducted health awareness seminars throughout South Africa. These seminars were held under the auspices of The Natural Health Foundation. The average seminar was usually conducted over a period of seven to ten days. During this time delegates lived on campus (we hired school dormitories during school vacations), their meals were specially prepared by my good wife and her team and, as far as time permitted in- between lectures, their lifestyle accorded with the Nature’s Way principles as outlined later in this book. The number of delegates who attended these seminars usually ranged from 40 to 150 people per seminar. These were people from all walks of life and from all professions - including teachers, nurses and even a few medical practitioners. Time and again delegates recovered from long-standing ailments while still at the seminar. Some who could not walk much more than a few steps on the first day of the ◄ Previous Page Table of Contents Hints & Tips Home