The Boulderstone Technique is an example of alternative health. As most people know, alternative health is different from orthodox medicine but not everyone knows just how different.
Orthodox medicine aims to deal with the illness, despite the person. As an extreme example, a friend of mine (IM) went for heart surgery and unfortunately died. I was told the operation was actually a success. The illness was cured despite the person.
Alternative therapies aim to support the person despite the disease label.
It doesn’t matter what the illness is, there is always someone who gets better from it. Actually, we all have an amazing capacity to not get ill and to see off most diseases, without external aid. But sometimes we need the intervention of a health professional.
Orthodox medicine tries to kill off the illness – this is why there are so many ‘anti’ drugs (antibiotics, antidepressants, anti-inflammatories, etc.). However, killing off the illness leaves you open to getting the same illness again, at a later date, or causing something more serious, unless you resolve the cause. Orthodox medicine doesn’t necessarily help the person.
Have you noticed how often you get told that a particular drug is good for a particular problem only to be told a few years later it actually causes other problems. This is often because the focus is on the illness not the person.
Alternative therapies aim to find and deal with the reason you haven’t got better on your own, treating the person and their cause. That way you will get better under your own steam as quickly as possible and will be able to deal with similar problems in the future. There will also be no side effects.
This distinction is fundamental and yet few health professionals have bothered to make themselves aware of the difference. Instead, most see alternative medicine as giving different sorts of medicine, which if they ‘worked’ would have been incorporated into orthodox medicine anyway. These people are ignorant of the true nature of alternative medicine, which generally does not include taking any substances.
So, proof that an alternative therapy actually works does not, can not and will not come from double-blind trials and scientific tests because they are looking at the disease labels and not the person. But the double-blind trials and scientific tests are perfectly designed for orthodox medicine. Alternative medicine, on the other hand, is designed for people and so it is the people themselves who will say whether or not they have been helped by it.
Our evidence comes in the form of carefully transcribed accurate quotes from our patients who have experienced The Boulderstone Technique. While an orthodox medicine practitioner may say this list does not prove we can cure any illness, in the same vein, an alternative health practitioner may say that a double-blind trial doesn’t prove they have helped any person become healthier.
Our testimonies have been willingly supplied by our patients, sometimes with their diagnosed illness label if they have one. To protect their anonymity they are mostly represented by their initials. Their testimonies speak for themselves.