What are the challenges in introducing iTherapy?
Explaining how i Therapy works
Both Nanyang Shangbao and Kwong Wah Yit Poh (Chinese dailies) asked the same question when they interviewed us for a special report.
Not many people are interested to know anything about advanced physics, it is extremely difficult to explain “information can be converted into energy to make changes to the physical world”. We are lucky that Prof William Tiller of Stamford University successfully conducted similar study in 2014; otherwise it will be even tougher for us. We are glad that on witnessing the progress of their children, many parents took the trouble (serious trouble!) to introduce i Therapy to relevant parents (many thanks!)
We have been seeking the chance to run a controlled clinical study. The Traditional & Complementary Medicine Division of Ministry of Health has introduced us to Clinical Research Malaysia (March 2017). However we have yet to receive any positive reply. We have approached many universities’ psychology departments, with the hope to attract the interest of some clinical psychologists, but to date, we are still trying.. It is not easy for doctors or clinicians to find an interest in a new therapy founded on advanced physics. Well, we would pursue it continuously, our record of success cases is building up, there will come a day that clinicians have to take a look here.
What is most disappointing?
All parents are not the same.. A few parents are not able to accept having special child at home, they resist helping the child though they sign the child up for i Therapy. Some have become “unreachable” after signing up their children for the program. We understand modern parents are busy, parents with special kids have to worry even more. However, we hope parents will try their best to cooperate with us, provide weekly feedback. For children who have physical problems, help them children with the short prescriptive exercises that normally do not take more than 5 min a day. They have to understand if there is a problem with the physical body, the exercises will restore it rapidly. When the body is well, the child will be more relaxed and i Therapy will be able to work much efficiently.
We used to remind parents who failed to send in their feedback as promised, however of late we have stopped doing that. We inform the parents before the start of the program that we will consider things are fine if we do not get any feedback.
The mindset of the parents is important. Most of those who have special child at home are normally quite emotional, normally we have to remind them to stay relaxed, they are the pillars for the children, if they are get into trouble, the children will suffer more. It is not uncommon to have parents asking us for help too.
The toughest question: how do you diagnose?
“You do not touch the pulse, do not use a stethoscope, just look at the kid… it’s like a joke.. but how come you seem to know many things about him?” Don’t take that as a compliment, many parents were saying that suspiciously. Some who have practiced qigong asked: are you gifted? It is really a little hilarious.
This is the Extra Sensory Perception (ESP) of Zhineng Qigong, an ability that can be acquired. ESP is something that all would be able to develop through proper training. Jiangxi Traditional Chinese Medicine University has conducted classes to develop the ability to perceive the meridians since early this year. We hope the course will become popular and people will stop looking at ESP as something mysterious. In addition to Qigong Therapy Certificate, all our therapists have to pass our in-house clinical training to be certified as a Serenity Holistic Therapist. ESP is an art that our therapists have to carry.
Anyone who has dwelled deeply into his profession will develop relevant ESP ability and will be able to detect a problem rapidly. A skilled mechanic can pick up a problem on noticing abnormal engine sound. An expert Chinese physician can make diagnosis without reading the pulse. Many professionals are able to detect relevant problematic areas in a rapid manner. To develop the ESP in qigong diagnosis, a therapist has to train in this aspect repeatedly. Those who have met the requirements are able to detect a problem within seconds. However, this is not something easy to accept by many. Try to ask a mechanic how can he tell the problem of a car by just listening to the engine? He will be tongue-tied. Observe carefully and we will notice ESP is not uncommon in all walks of life.
Perhaps they have had too many bad experiences, many have insisted on accepting an approach only if they can understand how diagnosis is done, they have overlooked what is most important is the results of the therapy.
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