test Intro M2L2 — metaphysical medicine
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- Question 1 of 4
The meaning of the word “medicine” is fairly broad. As a noun it can mean ‘a drug or other preparation for the treatment or prevention of disease’. Which means that our entheogenic preparations can rightfully be called medicine. One can even say that our therapies are good medicine. However, allopathy is now mainstream and therefore has sort of a claim to the term to ‘practice medicine’. In this world, the term to practice medicine means that one practices allopathic medicine. I know its weird but it has to do with common usage and legislation in many countries. Somewhat like the term ‘minister of religion’, which almost automatically means something Christian.
What term then is used to speak to pneumatherapy in terms of ‘medicine’?CorrectIncorrect
- Question 2 of 4
If you have advanced to the designation Doctor of Pneumatherapy (PnD), which of the following descriptions is most suitable?CorrectIncorrect
- Question 3 of 4
The word “doctor” means several things.
as a noun
1. a person who is qualified to treat people who are ill.
synonyms: physician, medical practitioner, medical man, medical woman, clinician, doctor of medicine, MD; More
2. a person who holds the highest academic qualification.
“he was made a Doctor of Divinity”
“Doctor Shultz holds a PhD in Science, he has the designation Sc.D.”
as a verb
1. change the content or appearance of (a document or picture) in order to deceive; falsify.
“the reports could have been doctored”
synonyms: change, falsify, tamper with, tinker with, interfere with, manipulate, massage, rig, alter;
2. informal use
treat (someone) medically.
“he contemplated giving up doctoring”
“mother doctored the scrape on his knee”
synonyms: treat, medicate, dose, soothe, cure, heal
Now the question
Can it be said that the Certified Pneumatherapist (PnT) is in the business of doctoring souls?CorrectIncorrect
- Question 4 of 4
The designation PnT, Certified Pneumatherapist, qualifies one to doctor spiritual energy, or souls and spirits of clients.
The designation PnM, Master of Pneumatherapy, qualifies one to teach pneumatherapy
The designation PnD, Doctor of Pneumapathy, qualifies one to teach Masters of Pneumatherapy and to write unique pneumatherapy course materials.
What designation is required to setup one’s own practice and operate a pneumatherapy clinic?CorrectIncorrect