Mindfulness N3: Physical Sickness and Basic Care


Whatever the sickness is, the first step is always to examine the body and treat it with rest, calm environment, and nutritious diet. The chemistry of the body needs to be corrected and restored back to its natural state. Many times we have acute situations due to injuries and illnesses. We have a well-developed medical system that uses proper operations and drugs to address those situations.

Once the acute situation is under control, the body is allowed to heal and strengthen with nutrition and physical exercise. The nutritious diet helps gradually replace the drugs that were used. It is important to exercise the senses of smell and taste with mindfulness, because the body uses them to find out what is good and nutritious.

Exercising the senses of smell and taste with mindfulness helps recover from physical sickness.

There are artificial imitations of smell and taste out there. One must guard against them.


MINDFULNESS N3: Physical Sickness and Basic Care

  1. Move the person to an area where he can rest and recuperate.

  2. Get the person medically examined by a doctor.

  3. Get proper diagnosis and treatment.

  4. Administer necessary drugs to help the person recover from acute illness and injury.

  5. Provide nutritious diet and physical therapy to help the person get off drugs.

  6. Exercise the person’s sense of smell and taste to recognize nutritious foods.

  7. Eliminate those things from diet that are not nutritious.

  8. Help build up the person’s immune system with proper foods.

  9. Let the environment of the person be calm, pleasant and secure.

  10. As the person regains health get him to exercise through walking.

  11. The person is fully recovered from physical sickness when his attention is no longer introverted into his body.


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  • MarkNR  On January 10, 2014 at 9:13 AM

    I would avoid drugs which
    1. Inhibit one’s communication ability to communicate with his body or environment. 2. Restimulate drug incidents in this life or on the whole track. Belief or disbelief in whole track drug incidents is not relevant. I have seen too many people who are acting in a manner consistent with my recollection of drug incidents.


  • MarkNR  On January 10, 2014 at 9:15 AM

    Sorry for the lack of proofreading. Was talking to the lady at the moment.


  • vinaire  On January 10, 2014 at 1:01 PM

    I would trust the doctors and the current medical technology because there are no other alternatives.

    I have found Scientology to be unworkable in such cases.


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