In the Introduction Dr. Aubrey Westlake calls it a manual of the intimate science of wholeness, and says this is no vague religious moralizing but a practical programme of activity involving the whole man, body, heart, mind, and spirit appealing directly to the heart and mind of this scientific age, for while it deals with the most profound of spiritual mysteries, it is yet cast in the modern idiom. In his own book, The Pattern of Health, Dr. Westlake explains from a medical viewpoint the need for a renewal of the mind and an increase in consciousness if one is to maintain physical well-being. Disease and death are the inevitable outcome of our loss of the knowledge of the true nature of health and wholeness, both on the physical and spiritual levels. He feels that this book offers sound instruction which can lead to recovery of that knowledge and provide the intensity of life and living described herein. It is especially significant that the teaching revolves around the inner meaning of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper as it relates to the whole man. Free of any theological bias, this document goes to the very heart of the mystery of the experience of the omnipresent Christ in men's souls.
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