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WTH Part One: Chapter 2: February 9, 1984 3/21 (14%) circulatory temperature fever mucous blotchy
– The Way Toward Health
– Part One: Dilemmas
– Chapter 2: Biologically Valid Thoughts, Attitudes, and Beliefs
– February 9, 1984 4:16 P.M. Thursday

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(“But Seth was right,” she told me. “The body was trying to get rid of things — the mucous — that it didn’t want.” She sounded weaker than usual. Also during the night, her feet began to turn a mottled red color, reminiscent of the way they used to be when she’d had much swelling in them. Only now there was no swelling. The reddish clots looked like circulatory changes. I noticed them as soon as I entered 330. Jane said they didn’t hurt, except that her right heel in back, and the inside of her right ankle, bothered her a little.

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The high temperature was indeed flushing out the entire circulatory system.

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The changes in the feet show the varieties of the circulatory system — an unevenness of circulatory flow as the system clears itself out. The improvements in the eyes today were partially the result of those processes, as the sinuses and so forth were flushed out, relieving the eye muscles, and also ridding the areas of some excess fluid.

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