I do this for a living, full time.
My income is based upon sessions that my client take up.
Think about it, why would i want to implicate my client's safety if i deem the risk-benefit ratio is higher?
An injured client is income lost, why would i be so stupid to that?
So lets sum up this discussion about the belts -
1. I have given you direction to look for information - research and books to look into which is validated by science yet you ignored it.
2. Offered you to show you how its being done in person but now trying to avoid the reality that it can be done.
3. You obviously have no clue what you're trying to say but put up straw man arguments and vindicated snide remarks which obviously is beating around the bush and not answering the question.
4. Claim to know more than me with "experience" but not work in the field; A Criminal lawyer trying to tell a Neuro-surgeon he's perspective is wrong in his clinical work.
5. Have nothing to back up to prove that my point is wrong yet say everything i'm doing is not right when pictures/videos etc is readily available.
But its okay, like any bitter old man who's area of "expertise" and position of authority on a subject has been challenged, i know its hard to let go and allow someone who knows more than you and is younger show you a thing or two.
I shall not waste time arguing over nothing until you can prove your point with someone you have trained and showed results and can give better results than me.
As i said, i'm always willing to learn - prove it to me first and earn your respect. =)
Till then touche! but seriously wrong context.