During his stay in Japan Tomas Nelissen was not able to understand the people around him: he was not familiar with their language. He depended on looking very closely and understanding intuitively what was going on. In this way he practiced his intuitive powers and he learned to recognize what people were trying to say or what they were talking about.
RECOGNIZING THE BIGGER PICTURE
The term ‘diagnosis’ originates in the Greek language and means ‘to reach a verdict by going through something’. Intuitive diagnosis thus refers to the ability to unconsciously recognize the actual core of a condition, while being unfazed by the often confusing plethora of symptoms. By working intuitively one can achieve one’s aim without the need of asking many questions and being analytical. An intuitive practitioner will recognize the bigger picture right from the beginning and will only need a few details in order to complete it.
Tomas Nelissen – Hara Shiatsu Pioneer
His workshops and lectures about INTUITIVE DIAGNOSIS include the following topics:
Instantly reaching those organs that are in urgent need of help
Distinguishing acute and chronic patterns
Choosing the correct treatment strategy: what should be done in the here and now, what would prove useful in the longer term?