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n. (plural of ill English)

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A neurotic' individual, possessed also of psychosomatic ills, can be tested for those aberrations and illnesses, demonstrating that they exist.

It contains a therapeutic technique with which can be treated all inorganic mental ills and all organic psychosomatic ills, with assurance of complete cure in unselected cases.

These tests confirm the Clear to be entirely without such ills or aberrations.

It does anything and everything that can be found in any list of mental ills: psychoses, neuroses, compulsions, repressions .

It can give a man arthritis,6 bursi-tis,7 asthma,8 allergies, sinusitis,9 coronary10 trouble, high blood pressure and so on, down the whole catalog of psychosomatic ills, adding a few more which were never specifically classified as psychosomatic, such as the common cold.

Each one has been the target at some time of one cult or another seeking to cure all man's ills and save him.

It was found, as above, that chronic psychosomatic ills existed only when they had a sympathy engram behind them.

Just exposing an engram without relieving it has some therapeutic value—20 percent—and this gave rise to a belief that all one had to do was know about his ills and they would vanish.

The five were alleviated as to some variety of psychosomatic ills but the ills were only alleviated, not completely cured.

He speaks of the blessings and ills of life, which then, as always, happened to good and bad men alike.

Thus escaped multitudes who now reproach the Christian religion, and impute to Christ the ills that have befallen their city.

But as for the good things of this life, and its ills, God has willed that these should be common to both.

So material a difference does it make, not what ills are suffered, but what kind of man suffers them.

For those whom famine killed outright it rescued from the ills of this life, as a kindly disease would have done.

But since purity is a virtue of the soul, and has for its companion virtue, the fortitude which will rather endure all ills than consent to evil.