Science Demonstrates Distant Healing with MRI Scans
Even after 30 years of treating people successfully all over the world with Distance Healing, it still never fails to delight me when it works! So it's wonderful to see some hard evidence that shows how effective it can be.
This study was conducted at the North Hawaii Community Hospital in 2006.
Using MRI imaging technology, researchers demonstrated that sending Distance Healing correlated with the activation of certain brain functions in the recipients.
The recipient of the distant healing was placed in an MRI scanner and isolated from any form of sensory contact with the healer.
The healer then sent distant healing at random two-minute intervals that were unknown to the recipient. Significant differences between experimental (send) and control (no send) were found.
The researchers concluded that a healer can make an intentional connection with a person who has been isolated from the healer in every way, as it can be correlated to changes in brain function of the target individual.
Image - Group functional magnetic resonance imaging activation derived from 10 subjects where each individual subject was analyzed with the On/Off paradigm of the healers. In the first scan on the left, the red areas indicate significant group activation in the precuneus and middle cingulate area. In the scan on the right, the yellow areas represent group activation in the anterior cingulate and frontal regions.
The report, "Evidence for correlation between distant intentionality and brain function in recipients: A functional magnetic resonance imaging analysis", was published in 'The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.'
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