Still, Andrew Taylor - Body, Mind and Spirit
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
The unerring Architect] has placed all the principles of motion, life, and all its remedies to be used in sickness inside of the human body. He has placed them somewhere in the structure . . .
—Autobiography of A. T. Still
First the material body, second the spiritual being, third a being of mind which is far superior to all vital motions and material forms, whose duty is to wisely manage this great engine of life.
—Philosophy of Osteopathy