I haven't listened to Mr Robert, but judging from Joshua Parke's response I can't help but think of the permaculture mindset of focusing on the root problem and not dealing with a symptom. So what is the problem here? I'm not sure
John Saltveit wrote:I listened to RobertMorsend. He has a very particular type of presentation. Some people will find it edifying. Some might find it entertaining. Others might find it offensive.
He mixes his spiritual beliefs in with his practices and beliefs about the body. I don't have a problem with him doing that, but to recommend it on a question about straightening teeth doesn't seem to respond very precisely to the question. I might listen to him again, but it won't be to learn about straightening teeth. It might be to try to understand his overall philosophy, which seems interesting, but not targeted to straightening teeth.
Sean Lindsay wrote:I haven't listened to Mr Robert, but judging from Joshua Parke's response I can't help but think of the permaculture mindset of focusing on the root problem and not dealing with a symptom. So what is the problem here? I'm not sure
Beth Ashton wrote:This is my last attempt to find some alternative way to help his body to reach full potential in reforming his proper structure. Any one have ANY ideas, heard of any thing, read anything, tried anything successful?
It was never my intent to straighten my teeth, or smooth an 8" scar from infancy that goes down the center of my head, but it has happened over the past 20 months or so along with a host of other (positive) physical changes. Some might say it was a natural process and it might be worth sharing here, but your opinion is fine as well.
John Saltveit wrote:Hi Sean,
That is a pretty pointed response from someone who didn't listen to the videos. Maybe you should listen to the videos before weighing in heavily on one side of a contentious issue.
As Jami said, the problem is that it doesn't answer the OP's question. It might be philosophically interesting in a mostly unrelated way, but that's not what it sounds like she was looking for. It also doesn't answer the root of the problem. It just deals with potentially interesting but unrelated spiritual and health issues.