12/2/22 Gabriel Tolson
Large softcover volume, standard weight paper with black and white image and text. Photos collect archive imagery around movement of a clock. Red embossed cover with white print text. Back text reads:
"PAIN // Pain is a protective mechanism of the body, an unpleasant reaction to massive simulation of the sensory nerves calling attention to derangement of function disease or unjury to a part as defined by 'Taber's Cyclopedia Medical Dictionary.'
Thus pain in the reflexes as we discover them with this particular technique is not an enemy but an ally, an aid as an indication of where disease is to be found, calling our attention to some impaired function as the result of this congestion in the fine hair like capillary system where nature is endeavoring to make that important transfer of the circulation from the arteries to the veins."