It is said that to arrive at a diagnosis it is necessary to “create the gap” between the therapist and the patient so that the diagnosis comes out of it automatically.
In other words, it is necessary that the therapist is free from one's own thoughts from their own problems and the mind is free to dive in the sea is often agitated life of the patient.
We will review a number of possibilities in which, even if the diagnosis and the therapy is right, we realize that the patient does not improve. The first thing you think of especially if we have low self-esteem, is that there is something wrong. Often, however, there are energy problems that are hidden that prevent the desired results.
From our clinical experience and seminars of taoist monk Jeffrey Yuen comes this work of organization, systematization of the causes of failures, which, as always, will not be final, but in the continuous evolution dictated by clinical practice.