The question is not hypothetical. I've heard that from: lyme physicians, ME/CFS practitioners, naturopaths, Gupta, Medical Medium, physical therapists, psychiatrists, chiropractors, TCM practitioners, a few people on this forum. All have been convinced that they could help me if I listened.
And the answer is not hypothetical: I tried many of those things with an open mind. As I've said, I tried Gupta and followed all the directions. I did the same with Medical Medium. And TCM, chiropractors, physical therapists, ME/CFS doctors, etc.
If something seems easy to do (I borrowed Gupta, not sure I would've paid for it), then I'm perfectly happy to try it. If it doesn't work, then on to the next one. Quite simple, although sometimes the risk/reward analysis is more complex.
There is still no information here about why this method wouldn't work and why we shouldn't try it. Useful information in this thread is: there are people who say it helped them, and that this method may help because it helps to go out of fight or flight mode. Then there is a lot of scepticism and fear mongering.
Well... I have begun to regret I started this thread.
CFS/ME has no biomarkers (double blind placebo controlled testing). Supplements do not work mostly. Theories come and go. All we have in these videos is snake oil. Buckets of it. I am not sure if I need to review any more. The one we had was a good one. A lot of bad ones are to come.
So the criticism and ridiculing worked, there is regret about even mentioning these techniques. And all of it happened without even talking about what this method is. That's how manipulation works.