The Internationale Medizinische Gesellschaft für Electroackupunktur nach Voll e.V., Stuttgart,
Dr. med. Richard Kraßnigg, Präsident
The International Medical Society for Electroacupuncture according to Voll, Stuttgart,
Richard Krassnigg, MD, President
Mrs. Carolyn Winsor-Sturm
Occidental Institute Research Foundation
Penticton, B.C., Canada
20 December 2006
Dear Mrs. Sturm:
The year 2006 draws to an end.
This year the IMGEAV became 50 years old. Several times we have solemnly and appropriately celebrated this event at different levels. The efforts which the Board of Directors and all the participants have undergone in preparation and implementation as well as realization of these special activities have been worthwhile – the successful celebrations will remain in the memory of all participants and the new EAV book is a lasting proof of the work of the Board of Directors and the possibilities of EAV as a method.
It increasingly and openly crystallizes that the IMGEAV must drive through a profound break in their content and external appearance in order to secure the long-term existence of the society. Hence, the main focus of the efforts of me and the Board of Directors will be to sound out the possibilities of a substantial change for the year 2007, without having to accept an identity loss as a society and without losing self-determination. The work does not break off and there always remains a lot to do.
All in all, 2006 was a success for the IMGEAV.
I hope that you also, Mrs. Winsor-Sturm, can say the same for your organization. Unfortunately, I did not see you in Baden-Baden so that we did not have a direct contact. It’s too bad – perhaps next year.
I wish you a beautiful Christmas and a Happy New Year 2007.
This is a profound and meaningful event. It means that our basic and founding method of biological diagnostics has more than 50 years of experience and success.
See the following article for an interview with my friend and colleague, Dr. Kraßnigg. CLWS