Firstly Innersoundwatch Cultnews.com is a domain owned by Rick Ross and its purpose is to promote his goals alone. It is a blog and can hardly be labelled as a source of reliable news. The article in question is illegal and wouldn’t make it anywhere near a reputable media or publishing company. You must have realised by now that the internet is uncensored and anyone can say anything they want without taking any responsibility for it – sound familiar?
Secondly I don’t believe that you even know Naima so everything you have said about her situation has been filtered and twisted by your network of armchair critics. No-one has called Naima a liar. The cultnews article is a lie.
Hello Simon, thanks for posting. I appreciate the chance to interact with someone who supports Innersound and the same goes to the other recent posters.
That's interesting that you say the article is illegal and wouldn't be published.
Allow me to sidetrack a little and share links unrelated to Innersound which I hope show that when it comes to exposing criminals, the UK doesn't offer the best environment for reporters and whistle blowers. I don't wish to divert attention from the main issue, but I think these are worth mentioning since they do speak to the overall climate in the UK. And they make for interesting reading anyway:
The first concerns a rather famous cyclist named Land Armstrong:
The legal battle with disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong which cost the Sunday Times almost £1m after it suggested he took banned substances shows how difficult it is to pursue investigations under British libel laws, with the burden of proof heavily stacked against publishers, according to those who worked on the original stories.....The full-page article set the scene by telling readers straight away that Armstrong had declared just days before that "Walsh is the worst journalist I know". He added: "There are journalists who are willing to lie, to threaten people and to steal in order to catch me out. Ethics, standards, values, accuracy – these are of no interest to people like Walsh."
In his Oprah Winfrey interview last week, as well as admitting using drugs to win his tour titles, Armstrong was asked if he owed an apology to Walsh. He briefly hesitated, before saying: "I'd apologise to David."
The second is about Jimmy Saville.
Who would risk putting their job, their newspaper, on the line now to give a voice to the victims, the down-trodden, the abused - the people that the Jimmy Saviles, the Gary Glitters, of the world prey upon?
And lastly, a piece about a group called Scientology and a book about them that is published in the US, but not the UK. Can we agree that Scientology is a cult? Or does the new scientist here have proof that their e-meter works and that Xenu the evil Galactic Warlord is a real person/being?
Going Clear is a veritable book of revelations on L Ron Hubbard's sci-fi religion, exhaustively detailing its history, its methods and the depth of its weirdness.
Or so we're told. While Going Clear goes on sale in the US and the rest of Europe this week, you can't buy it in Britain. Not because it threatens national security, or features royal breasts, but because of our uniquely obliging libel laws.
Now I don't want to get sidetracked, I just wanted to show that the reason the cultnews piece hasn't been published may be related to the above, and not an indication of the falseness of the material.
Now back to the topic at hand. First of all, non of the allegations are new. Whether you believe them or not, similar allegations have been published before. This isn't something that has come out of left field. The Cultnews piece is entirely consistent with past published articles and complaints regarding Innersound and its previous incarnations. Naima's story was published by The Mirror
And a few years ago, this article by the same award winning journalist, David Harrison. (Paul Foot Award and the Amnesty International Press Award)
Let's go through that article and see if there's anything you and I and the other recent posters can agree on.
Master Oh said he had cured himself of stomach cancer, and that he would help to cure her.
Another reference to Master Oh having been cured of cancer is here:
Having been diagnosed with the first stages of stomach cancer in his early twenties, Master Oh came to Ki Health. He healed himself with the Ki Method and went on to do the intensive training to become a Ki Master. He has now been a Ki Master almost twenty years and is well-known as the most senior Ki Master in the west, renowned for his healing ability. He was the first Ki Master to leave South Korea and introduce this method to the west, and has since opened Ki centres across three continents, including centres in Australia, US, Canada and the UK. Many of his patients travel a long distance to see him and he has helped people with a variety of chronic health conditions as well as with emotional and spiritual problems.
That's nice if he was cured. Good for him. So assuming he was cured, at least that he claims to have been cured, and given that Innersound claims to be able to make people better, I think it's fairly safe to assume that he did tell Naima that he could cure her.
Have you heard anything yourself (and that goes for the other members posting her as well) regarding his experiences with cancer?
The article also said Innersound used to be called Ki Health. We can agree on that, right? And before Ki Health it was called Chun Do Sun Bup. Are we in agreement? Granted Chun Do Sun Bup may have been before your time.
And the above says he has been a Ki master for almost twenty years. Obviously he didn't encounter the treatments while in England since it hasn't been there that long. I'd be curious to know where he first encountered the treatments - I assume Korea - and what the name of the organisation was that offered them to him and, since this organization or charity if you prefer does change its name an awful lot, what that organisation is now called. Could you ask him for me?
And according to this positive piece, Innersound Master Marco Mureno...
With my new-found energy, I signed up for healing classes - based on 1,000-year-old methods used by Korean monks - at Innersound. One night of full sleep led to another and my old personality returned. I started going out with my friends again and got a job as an insurance clerk. Then, in 2008, I gave up my job and flew to Korea to train as a Qi Master.
I'm living in Korea at the moment and also have problems sleeping - not to the extent that Marco did - but although I'm skeptical of Innersound, perhaps I should go along and experience a treatment. And who knows maybe I'll be cured and give up my job too. Can you tell me where he went? There doesn't seem to be an Innersound in Korea, perhaps they're using a Korean name.. fair enough. Most, if not all, Korean organizations have Korean names. It is Korea after all. If you get let me know what that is, I'd appreciate it.
And could you be more specific about what in the article you believe is a lie? Again, the same goes for the scientist and the other recent posters.
Thanks for reading.
Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 01/29/2013 06:26AM by Peter Daley.