You did not answer my question directly.
Is Destini a belief system based upon faith or is it something objectively proven by facts and shared through education?
Which is it?
You say that Destini Education in Texas, "sells software to correct reading disorders and accelerate reading abilities."
Is there a scientific study that demonstrates the objectively measurable results of this software? If so, has the study been peer-reviewed and published in a credible journal?
From my perspective, Desteni is not a belief system. It is a website that shares perspectives on the current state of our world and possible solutions. It promotes the use of common sense. It urges people to be honest with themselves. It urges people to consider that no mistake is unforgivable if one is willing to make the necessary correction. It is a place to foster discussion between individuals. It is not presented as objective facts but rather perspectives to consider and test for oneself. You will have to take it upon yourself to prove whether the perspectives shared there are objective.
I would suggest that you examine the material for yourself and not rely on another's statement as to whether the material is objectively provable. Even if I said it was, would you accept it? Even if another person, a famous scientist said it was and conducted a study, would you accept it?
Do you not see that "objectively proven by facts" is jargon specific to a cult based on the belief that scientific study can "PROVE" absolutely that something is a fact? Doesn't this require FAITH that the scientific method will always produce FACTS? Every scientific system is based on some type of assumption (a point of faith). Godel's incompleteness theorems are one demonstration of this within the system of Mathematics, the very foundation of all logic and science.
The answer to your last question is that our products have not yet been peer-reviewed in any journals that I am aware of, however I have spent countless hours with children testing the software and proving to myself and to the children that it works. I have many, many testimonials from parents and children attesting that the software has assisted them when their schooling alone was not able to.
Our software is not a miracle cure for reading. It requires self-discipline to use the program and to practice daily to learn vocabulary and to train one's eyes to move more rapidly across the page to be able to read faster and with more comprehension. This is always made clear to any parent or child interested in our products.