only way to cure the flu in 45 minutes
and to achieve other marvels.
people massage the patient. Two massage the hands, two the feet
and one the head. The massage should be as delicate as possible.
Above all, that of the head should be almost imperceptible.
The person being massaged should remain comfortable and should be
moved with extreme care, without lettingl his or her joints get
into uncomfortable or strained positions. The massagers should also
be relaxed and comfortable.
After 35 minutes (as mentioned regarding
soft penetration), the massagers' and the massaged person's
brain waves get in tune with each other (something that is pleasant
even for the "therapists").
Moreover, if the massage is sufficiently harmonized and delicate,the
simultaneous stimulation of sensitive areas such as the limbs and
the scalp allows a myriad of signals to reach the brain, so similar
as to knock the rational mind out of commission and to bring about
a very deep state of abandon.
It takes years of practice for Oriental monks to reach this state.
Remainin in this state for about 10 minutes is sufficient to release
energy and optimize biological functions.
45 minutes of treatment, the patient is allowed to fall asleep in
the company of someone who will stay near him. In fact, the delight
that he has experienced is so intense that it is recommended that
a friend be present when the patient exits form this real "bath
of affection". In order to give an excellent "5 person
massage", the massagers need only to be willing and endowed
with a sense of slowness. The most common problem is to massage
too quickly and too forcefully. The movements should really be very
slow and almost imperceptible. It is strange that a lot of people
find it so difficult to make such slow movements.
We have tried this therapy hundreds of times, and the reactions
have always been enthusiastic. This happens because one experiences
an entirely different and deeply gratifying state of consciousness,
even the first time they do it. We have tried using it to cure minor
ailments. It has proved to be totally effective in cases of flu,
sinusitis, menstrual pain (if one intervenes immediately before
the start of the period), headache and tonsillitis.
We haven't yet had the opportunity to try it on other illnesses,
but I am convinced that it is a truly effective cure, and I hope
that others will be persuaded to carry out research specifically
on this technique in order to verify our experiences.
For the time being, we can say that a similar method, with 5 massagers
who rub the patient's body with special oils, has been one of the
remedies of traditional Indian medicine (the Yajur-Veda) for centuries.
And in America, Doman has been experimenting for thirty years with
group hyperstimulation for brain-damaged children and comatose people.
Four or five persons massage the patient with different kind of
materials: wood, fabric, stones, brushes, paper, etc. Then they
move the patient's body, and finally, they use voice and music.
This way, through perceptive channels, they succeed in stimulating
the patient's brain.
These are therapies that last up to 8 hours a day, for a number
of years. But the results are amazing. Up to 30% of the children
start to walk again and 20% recover their sight. And these are all
cases which modern medicine considered to be without hope for improvement.