FOUR REASONS why my method yielded unprecedented results may be the specific combination of:
My current hypothesis
A related hypothesis, concerning why I have found no one claiming results like mine with acupuncture: While acupuncture needles typically remain in place 15-30 mins, they distort a miniscule amount of fascia.
Jin Shin distorts a significantly greater amount of fascia, but pressure is usually applied only a few minutes.
I believe the key is the continuous pressure modulation Jin Shin uses to palpate the point pulses forces the neurons to adapt, which is intrinsically more stimulating than static needles.
It also conveys to the nerves that they are finally being "listened" to, so they can stop "screaming." See Discover ARC for more about that.
The only way I can think of off the top of my had for testing this hypothesis is if there was a device that could stimulate those points sequentially and modulate its signal through a biofeedback system that triggers the signal to adjust according to feedback signals. I recently discovered technology called Biofeedback-Modulated Electrical Stimulation. However, it will be necessary to devise a means for attaching it to all 26 acupoints in my protocol, as well as activating them one pair at a time in the proper sequence.