Fool on the Hill
Lionheart takes the time to be thorough -because of the dismissive responses to a question which should be taken seriously IMO by those who choose to use or support the tech.
Such a discussion, if it were to happen in mainstream psychology/psychotherapy
(in the hypothetical situation that some kind of meter was used), would be welcomed.
Lionheart seems to have articulated his argument so well - presumably using data which cannnot be refuted- that he got agreement. But with a dismisive attitude.
Carmel did not seem to agree with Lionheart at first but they found points about which they did agree. I don't think either of them ended up miffed about it or thought they had lost anything.
It was a good discussion. IMO it was an important one given the fact that any kind of "therapist" could influence their client. Scientology does include indoctrination and the 'baked bean factory" approach could tend to steer clients to auditor/scientology expected outcomes.
FTS gave personal experience of negative expereiences.
It is not about trying to get everyone to stop using e-maters, or to stop everyone auditing.
Get over it!
Considering the strident, ad hominem, and cutting posts speculating on the motives and actions of those who disagree with their stance on this and other threads, I find that to be incorrect.