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Actual Testimonials

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Volume 8 Heart Failure
-Arrhythmia caused by atrial fibrillation reverted to sinus rhythm.-

The heart rate remained high and weight increased because of ascites and pleural effusion.
In April 2010, Kenichi Nakamura (fictitious name, age 55), self-employed male from Tokyo, suddenly felt severe pressure and discomfort in his chest and was unable to walk upstairs due to shortness of breath and palpitations. These are the typical symptoms of arrhythmia and angina. He ended up with discomfort in his chest all the time.
Kenichi, a large and muscular built person, used to play American football at school. His job was related to sports and spent most of his private time at a gym. Since he had been very healthy and passionate about working, he was very shocked by the symptoms of angina and subsequently lost interest in his job.
On August 6, he went to a hospital nearby and started to take medication. However, his symptoms worsened in mid-August. His heart rate was between 150 and 200 (usually between 60 and 70 for a male adult). The abnormality of his heart function caused swelling of his body, ascites and pleural effusion in just a short period of time. His face, waist and ankles swelled to twice their size and his weight increased from 95kg to 120kg in only a couple of weeks.
After a while, he started struggling to walk due to the shortness of breath. Walking 10 meters made him feel as if he just finished a 100-meter sprint. Usually the heart rate of a healthy person increases to 160 after a sprint and the heart rate returns to normal naturally as does the breathing. It is a refreshing feeling after playing sports. However, once Kenichi's heart rate increased to over 150, it did not go down and he felt uncomfortable. He also felt discomfort due to greasy perspiration.
Kenichi could hardly eat and urinated only once a day. He also suffered from severe headaches and discomfort as if air was leaking from his lungs when he lied down. He was unable to sleep, which caused him to be exhausted and depressed.

Admitted to a hospital due to atrial fibrillation by an unknown cause.
On August 19, Kenichi visited a heart specialist.
The doctor's diagnosis after the usual procedures such as ECG, X-ray, CT and TEE (transesophageal echocardiogram which is detailed imaging of the heart with ultrasound from the esophagus by inserting a probe with an ultrasound transducer down the throat) is as follows,
'It is atrial fibrillation of the left ventricle. Your heart does not have any damage on the outer wall and there are no valve abnormalities. I don't know the cause, however for some reason your heart does not function normally.'
Kenichi was admitted to hospital on the following day and had an intravenous drip. As a result, the symptoms of arrhythmia and angina got a little better and his weight reduced by around 15kg.
'If there is no further improvement we'd better think about putting an intracardiac catheter or pacemaker, but meanwhile let's try only with medication,' said the doctor.
Kenichi was sent home after a week and continued taking medication such as Warfarin, Bayaspirin for heart disease and diuretic for the swelling. From September, his heart rate gradually went down to between 70 and in the 80's.
However, with his heart rate in the 70's when resting, increased to over 100 immediately with little effort or movement. He still could not walk 10 meters normally, he had no appetite and the diuretic did not improve his swelling much. His working efficiency deteriorated and he lost his interest in doing anything.
One day his wife Shoko (fictitious name, age 50) found the book 'Miracle Therapy' (written by Masayoshi Toyoda, published by Gento-sha) at a bookstore which lead them to Goshinjo therapy.

After the first session Kenichi was able to run to cross the street.
Around that time, Shoko also had symptoms including heart rate increase, palpitation, perspiring, weight loss, tiredness, and she was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism at a hospital. Before starting any treatment at the hospital she visited Kihodo for her first treatment of Goshinjo therapy on September 11, 2010. Her heart rate settled after the session and felt refreshed. Her heart rate dropped to between 80 and 90 from 120 after 3 sessions.
'I was convinced with the effectiveness of Goshinjo therapy and I thought Goshinjo therapy must be good for my husband's heart,' said Shoko.
Kenichi was eager to try Goshinjo therapy after seeing the improvement of his wife and reading the book.
On September 23, he visited Kihodo with his wife. He struggled to walk 20 meters from the car park to Kihodo and when he got there he was breathing as if he just finished sprinting 200 meters.
Whilst he was being treated, he experienced an electrical feeling running through his left leg, and twitching of his left leg, and severe pain from the Goshinjo implements just resting on his chest. He felt pins and needles and stiffness in his hands, and experienced the feeling of Jaki (Evil life energy, excessive electromagnetic energy) being expelled.
During his stay of approximately one hour at Kihodo, he was able to go to the lavatory five times. He was amazed with the effectiveness of Goshinjo therapy compared to what diuretic had achieved.
'When I put my pants on after the session, I was surprised that my waist was slimmer by two belt notches. I felt that my body was unbelievably light. I could walk easily and I could even run to cross the street. It was my first time that I could run after my heart failure. On the way home I felt hungry and I had a large bowl of Ramen (noodle). I had not had any appetite and had not enjoyed my meals, but that Ramen was really delicious.'
His wife was shocked by the difference it made before visiting Kihodo and after on the way home.

ECG became sinus rhythm.
After Kenichi's third Goshinjo therapy session, I interviewed him on October 6, 2010.
He described the effectiveness of Goshinjo therapy as follows.
'After being treated by Goshinjo therapy, my appetite, excretion and urination have returned to normal. I feel like all my functions have recovered. I was impressed with the effectiveness of Goshinjo therapy from the first session and I purchased Goshinjo therapy implements immediately. I administer Goshinjo therapy to myself at home and take turns with my wife treating each other. I can eliminate my chest pain very easily with Goshinjo therapy. It helps headaches or stiff shoulders, and I have become resilient so that I can keep going with little sleep.
Goshinjo therapy is also effective to mental health. Although I had been depressed, it changed me to being positive, I started thinking about studying, working hard, challenging something new or training, and I resumed going to the gym.
My heart rate is now between 65 and 75, and does not go over 100 even when bike riding at the gym. I say to myself do not be overconfident, but my heart rate is normal. I am thinking about running now.
I measure my pulsation, heartbeat and oxygen concentration with a home device and it displays the chart with beautiful pulsations now compared to the chart of arrhythmia before. It is very obvious. I am sure the examination at hospital I will be taking soon will show the change.'
Some days later, the result of the examination at the hospital showed the change very clearly. ECG of September 6 showed irregular rhythm with atrial fibrillation (Chart 1) and that of October 8 showed sinus rhythm (Chart 2).
Kenichi continues to visit the specialist and takes medication.
'I am grateful that the specialist looks after me very well. I was told that it would take three weeks for the medication to work and I think they are working. However what I would like to emphasize, that this is more about how I feel physically than the changing of the charts. I feel that my body is light and I have appetite. These are definitely due to the effects of Goshinjo therapy. I am amazed by Goshinjo therapy and very grateful that I came across it.

Goshinjo therapy made Kenichi experience something electrical.
Kenichi pondered to himself why Goshinjo therapy helped him and his wife improve their heart functions so rapidly.
'My specialist at the hospital told me that the heart is run by electricity. We know that a pacemaker for a heart is interrupted by electromagnetic waves from mobile phones, it is theoretically possible that electromagnetic waves affect the heart. Besides stress, I was under the influence of electromagnetic waves. I used to fall asleep face down over the computer which was switched on. That must have been bad.'
What Kenichi explained was based on his experience of the existence of Jaki (Evil life energy, excessive electromagnetic energy) during the Goshinjo therapy sessions and his physical feeling after Goshinjo therapy.
'After Jaki is removed I feel that my electrical levels are lower. I believe that Jaki will be scientifically proven someday by measuring statics in your body or something like that. I am certain that Goshinjo therapy has an effect which normalizes the electrical rhythm in your body. I am convinced that Goshinjo therapy is a scientific treatment.'
Hiroshi Senju, Japanese-style painter, also describes Goshinjo therapy is scientific.
'I have to say that the effectiveness of Goshinjo therapy is amazing. The more I experience Goshinjo therapy treatment from Master Kida the deeper I am convinced that Goshinjo therapy using small pure gold probes is scientific. Goshinjo therapy allows us to confront the opportunity to explore that science and the life energy which is the origin of Oriental medicine intersect.' (Hiroshi Senju from the book 'Miracle Therapy' written by Masayoshi Toyoda)
Master Kida's explanation as to why Kenichi's heart function was improved by Goshinjo therapy is as follows.
'Once a patient had atrial fibrillation at Kihodo. My disciple administered Goshinjo therapy to his back on the spot whilst I was taking his pulse. Just after 10 seconds his irregular pulse returned to normal and said, 'I feel better' on the spot.
Your heart runs on infinitesimal electricity. In case of Kenichi who suffered from atrial fibrillation and in his chest carried a lot of Jaki (excessive electromagnetic energy). That strong Jaki (excessive electromagnetic energy) accumulated on his heart which runs on infinitesimal electricity and its surroundings caused a malfunction to his heart and let it beat rapidly without control. As a result of removing accumulated Jaki (excessive electromagnetic energy) by Goshinjo therapy and creating the normal life energy field (electromagnetic field), his heart started to function normally on the spot. In this modern era people carry strong accumulated Jaki all over their bodies including their hearts and brains. This is why there are more illnesses and bodily functions are affected and do not operate properly without a clear reason.'
The theory of Goshinjo therapy, 'eliminating the accumulated Jaki to correct the life energy field' explains precisely how Goshinjo therapy recovered the function of the heart which runs on infinitesimal electricity.

'My wife and I administer Goshinjo therapy to my father-in-law at home. He is pleased with the results. His back pain has disappeared and his long-term asthma stopped. Goshinjo therapy helps various symptoms improve to the previous healthy state. Above all there is no risk because we don't have to penetrate needles into the skin or use drugs. Master Kida practices asceticism such as standing under a waterfall and going to the sacred mountains, however we just administer Goshinjo therapy to achieve certain results. I really think Goshinjo therapy is a super therapy.'
Kenichi always carries Goshinjo therapy implements with him. He says, 'When I have Goshinjo therapy implements there is no worry. I always carry them with me when traveling overseas on business.'

October 26, 2010
Masako Kubota
English translation R & A Grosso