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him. By listening carefully to the patient’s explanation of the problem and its symptoms, the doctor is able to confirm his diagnosis and learn important information that will later help determine the treatment, dosages, etc. Some patients are very forthcoming and open in their answers to even fairly personal questions, while the doctor needs to draw the answers out of others. Unlike with physical illnesses, it’s sometimes hard for people to recognize or admit that their spirits are “sick,” but until they do, they are not going to accept their doctor’s advice and prescription. As their soul doctor, you need to help them see that there is something wrong, but the more you can let them come to that conclusion themselves, the better—especially if you were the one to initiate the “checkup.” Only after all that is the doctor in a position to prescribe the treatment—and that’s as far as the doctor can go, really. It’s then up to the patient to believe the doctor and take the prescribed medicine or follow through with the prescribed treatment or therapy. The patient must decide what to do with the doctor’s diagnosis.

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One Heart at a Time  

A Get Activated! Book A Handbook for Changing the World Copyright © 2001, Aurora Production AG, Switzerland All Rights Reserved. Printed in...

One Heart at a Time  

A Get Activated! Book A Handbook for Changing the World Copyright © 2001, Aurora Production AG, Switzerland All Rights Reserved. Printed in...

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