I think that this is a serious oversimplification. This protocol may work with your body to help eliminate the symptoms (cutting being one of them) but it also takes away the impetus for psychological treatment. I agree to some extent though - if your goal is simply to stop the behavior, dramatically improving your physical health will make that much, much easier. When I stopped cutting
I'd suggest reading "Cutting: Understanding And Overcoming Self-Mutilation" by Stephen Levenkron. I don't know if that's the same book Ali was thinking of, but I liked it a lot. Do a quick Google search and check out the "Secret Shame" website. Look at the section on borderline personality disorder - if it interests you or you notice anything familiar, check out the book "I Hate You... Don't Leave Me" on that very subject. Finally, checking out www.bmezine.com may be interesting (but potentially triggering) as well, to understand that your desire is not some kind of impossible pathology.