Medical Media Group: I have heard that you also have great success with your Medical Resonance Therapy Music in Asia. The publisher Aar Edition sends regularly whole containers with your medical music preparations to Asia and particularly to China.
Peter Hübner: In Taiwan there is the owner of several pharmaceutical companies, who turned to us about 5 years ago for introducing Medical Resonance Therapy Music particularly in Taiwan and China. At that time he bought a greater amount and had very different investigations conducted: firstly in classical Chinese medicine and secondly in the very popular Tai Chi and Qui Gong schools as well as in the Buddhist associations, in other words: in the circles of the practitioners of the traditional martial arts and of the Zen-Masters and of the monks concentrating on meditation.
These investigations were obviously a great success. The pharmacist, who at the same time is also a kind of a master of Zen-meditation in a very wide sense, told me later, when he visited me again, that his master is the presently living official representative of one of the three oldest Chinese Shao Lin Traditions passed down since 5.000 years without interruption from one master to the other. This master had the Medical Resonance Therapy Music examined in his school and found, that it multiplied the effect of their Shao Lin Techniques many times: if so far he usually needed 4 hours to reach a certain level of life energy, he now, with the help of Medical Resonance Therapy Music would succeed doing so in 45 minutes.
This and corresponding statements of other masters and schools had Medical Resonance Therapy Music get going for the Chinese and thus, of course, the market for this new branch of medicine grew very fast in these more spiritually oriented circles and still grows increasingly faster. The Asians, whose religiousness, as is known, has a very tolerant character, are as open to the meditative and religious effects of Medical Resonance Therapy Music as our scientists of the West are open to its medical effects.
Problems has, at the most, the little village theologian of medieval character, who fears, that his flock runs away from his church service, in order to now go and get its revelation from Medical Resonance Therapy Music.
Moreover, a great wave of recognition develops in China from the field of classical Chinese medicine, because investigations there have shown, that the Medical Resonance Therapy Music is 100% compatible with classical Chinese medicine, or combines with it respectively the effect of acupuncture is increased significantly, for instance –, and that it therefore presents an absolutely ideal combination or complement. The investigations continue: very welcome news for the Chinese as for us.