William Esteb's "Spiritual Subluxations"

Often we are only concerned about our spinal subluxations that we often ignore the spiritual subluxations! Here's an article about how to recognize those signs.

Cloudy thinking - A mental fog makes it difficult to think clearly, obscuring opportunities and solutions.

Procrastination - Postponing a needed action is often a sign you're off-purpose or unsure what it is.

Lack of concentration - Succumbing to the distraction of the Internet, email and other shiny objects can be an effective tactic.


Worry - Rehearsing what you don't want is not only counterproductive, it squelches your creativity and problem-solving abilities.

Fear - A spiritual oppression that can only exist without faith, seducing you to live in a future that hasn't happened. And probably won't.

Depression - Anger (without enthusiasm) is a gold mine for drug companies, allowing the anger to go unforgiven.

A common deception is that spiritual oppression doesn't exist. While chiropractic care is a good start, addressing spiritual subluxations requires spiritual tools such as prayer, fasting, gratitude and forgiveness.