Just a note for the sake of accuracy - and if I'm mistaken please feel free to correct me - but my understanding is that any UM/EPA practitioner wishing to practice chakrapuncture has to go elsewhere and do the formal acupuncture training. As far as I know Michael Benhayon did, and he's widely regarded within the UM community as 'the master'. No doubt the UM'ers do champion their modality over others, but I'm fairly certain UM doesn't teach chakrapuncture to novices as such, you have to do the university course independently, then meet Serge's 'livingness' approval to get EPA accreditation so you can practice it under the UM umbrella.
I've often wondered whether the difference between it and 'chakrapuncture' is merely one of semantics, but I don't know enough about it.
Hi Macready - It would appear that you dont need formal qualifications when you undertake the chakrapuncture course. I can only go by my direct experience with my ex partner as she had not done any formal acupunture training at all. They may have tighten the rules up on it but she only recently ( as in 12 months ago) received her full qualifications from Serge.
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