In the basic approach we use presently, we apply the ECC 1989 model. We also give respect to John Crane’s Electron Therapy and Polarity Therapy. We add to these our 28 years of painstaking attention to many thousands of users.
In the ECC 1989 Model we learn the real explanation for why the therapy is so revitalizing. Why some users get so full of energy that they sometimes over exert themselves. In John Crane’s Electron Therapy, we learn the logic, some of the basic techniques and the simple physics behind the manipulation of electromotive forces to do chemical work. In his Polarity Therapy, we learn the effects of a gentler and perhaps wiser approach to accomplish the same job. And we also come away with a better understanding of how polarity is best employed to enhance the effect.
In our 28 years of experience we learn that all three of the above are real and effective for virtually all users. Prediction Patterns suggest user error is by far the greatest single reason for reported failures of the therapy. An audit of those cases whose reported results were disappointing suggests most had deviated significantly from the suggested procedure, or had failed to report problems in a reasonable time, preventing us from correcting the problem before it became confusing and seemingly hopeless to the user.
For the cancer sufferer who has been told they have only a short time to live, and is in a panic to see immediate results, it is rare for them to follow instructions to the letter. Deviating from the suggested methods including timing, pH balance, amplitude used and frequencies used, tends to make results unpredictable and progress impossible to assess.
Many advanced applications require a few weeks of experimentation before the user is skilled enough to be considered ready to proceed with more aggressive sessions.
Aggressive sessions should not be suggested until it is demonstrated that they are required in any given case. This is to help protect the user from doing them prematurely.