MS is a disease of remissions and exacerbations; it leaves the patient debilitated one time, restored nearly to normal the next time. It is believed that the electrical lack of coherence created by the nerves’ myelin sheaths causes this vacillation. The sheaths are affected by the disease. They apparently get better, then become worse again. For the proper transmission of impulses it is necessary that the myelin sheaths remain intact.
Many individuals with MS arrive at the Clinic. All of them at least once while they are here, see Dr. Ray Bjork. Often, Ray will bring his wife Mabel into the consultation room, for they have worked together on this problem for more than 20 years, ever since Ray was stricken with MS and had to quit active practice. He and Mabel followed the concepts and therapies in the Cayce readings, and he improved enough so that he could return to work at the Clinic. He still sees patients for consultation even though he is in his mid 70s.
At one time Ray had a phone conversation with one of his patients. Here’s an extract from Barbara’s letter that tells a story I thought you would like to read:
“As I said on the phone, Bruce has had no MS attacks in a year and a half (he had been having them once to twice yearly) and has learned to listen to what his body is telling him. When he’s tired, he knows it’s time to quit and not press on. He follows a low-fat diet (Swank diet) and recently learned that his cholesterol reading is 130 – not bad!”
“We both really find the image of your glorying expression and your wife’s wonderful attitude most helpful in dealing with MS. We have fond memories of our time with you in Phoenix.”
“Bruce found his introduction to the techniques of meditation (while in Phoenix) particularly valuable. He has learned to combine his time with the wet cell appliance with meditation. This has markedly changed his life in many ways. Your wonderful letter makes us realize that you have a deep faith in God’s healing power, as we do.”[† March, 1980, Volume 15, No. 2, page 94, Copyright © 1980 by the Edgar Cayce Foundation, Virginia Beach, VA.]