Until about a year ago, Christine Bradstreet was a practicing chiropractor in Massachusetts. She also owned and operated a vitality center for natural health and wellness–offering an array of services such as chiropractic, massage and therapeutic body work, laser therapy, yoga, weight loss, body detoxification, and nutrition. The center’s purpose was “to facilitate healing, education and transformation.”
“I helped my patients challenge common notions about their health,” said Christine Bradstreet in a recent phone interview.
“While chiropractic looks more at the spiritual side of things as an alternative medicine practice, the missing link for me was always God,” says Christine. “I went to conferences about the power of positive thinking, but everything I was reading and hearing never referred to God.”
She found the missing link after a tour of the world-famous Mapparium in Boston at The Mary Baker Eddy Library. As she wandered through the library’s exhibits with her two teenage sons, she began to explore the concepts Eddy writes about in her book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, which is the textbook for Christian Science.
Christine said the ideas were “completely in line with my thought.” She remembers saying, Continue reading