the post is difficult to read, agreed, but w r could be interesting research for anyone interesting in energywork
his (early) work is the mother of a whole bunch of therapies that work with the body to deal with psychological dysfunctions as opposed to classical psychotherapy...
...and western medicine is a lot better off thank's to him and the people who have developed his thoughts and work
At some point he probably stumbled upon the same qi that we work with and tried to understand and explain it "western style" (western as opposed to oriental, not as in cowboy
He might have "flipped out" a tad in his later work, but that doesn't take anything away from his contribution to the (western) understanding of mind-body unity.
My two cents just so you don't throw out the baby with the bathing water, so to speak...