HOW TO BECOME A GOOD GANOTHERAPIST
Updated: Jan 28
Another blog, and we are here again with another interesting talk. All this while I was teaching the important aspects of Gano and Sunya, but now I wonder how nice it will be if everyone possesses at least the most basic knowledge that a Ganotherapist has. I don’t see any practical reason why I shouldn’t attempt to implement this ideology. So today, I shall explain what it takes to be a good Ganotherapist. In this blog, you will learn about the two common mistakes a Ganotherapist must avoid and four pieces of training of Ganotherapy that every ganotherapist must be familiar with.
Let's start by acknowledging what we should not do while learning Ganotherapy. Most people commit two prevalent mistakes while learning Ganotherapy. They try to treat the symptoms and not the disease, and the other mistake is trying to memorize the ingredients.
First, we will understand what is so wrong with treating the symptoms. When there is a problem in the body, it tries to communicate with us through symptoms, and being a Ganotherapist; you should understand it and try to solve the problem and not the signals. You can manage the disease but cannot treat the disease. A practical approach is considering that disease is the signal from the body and not the true problem. Understanding the true problem and tending to it is the job of a Ganotherapist.
The second problem, as mentioned above, is trying to learn the ingredients. By learning the ingredients, you will become a botanist and not an herbalist. Having an in-depth knowledge of all herbs' true nature rather than learning the herbs concerning the corresponding disease is the right approach.
To become a Ganotherapist, one must master four pieces of training of ganotherapy. These four pieces of training are:
· Training of diagnostic
· Formulation of the treatment
· Combination of herbs to form a component
· Component dosage
During the training of diagnostics, the candidate shall learn the steps to diagnose his/her patient. The first step to diagnose your patient is to be acquainted with the patient's age, gender, and health complexities, if any. The next step is to ask the patient about their metabolism, like overactive, deficient, aggressive, restless, impatient, or completely quiet.
Based on this data, you will start to form a picture called a symptom picture. Doing this helps in formulating the treatment plan. Question the patients, ask them some basic questions, check their pulse and tongue. You will know whether he is having water congestion or the body is dehydrated from the coating of the tongue. The blockage of blood leads to a change in the color of the tongue.
After formulating the treatment plan, use your knowledge of herbs and prescribe a correct dosage plan component. The practice of Gano is not new, but the scope of expansion of Ganotherapy is vast. The key is to feel your surroundings, understand the environment, and to know your herbs. With the correct knowledge and correct utilization of the same, you can master the art of self-healing.