Science shows that healers emit light energy from their hands during the process of healing. In the last blog we looked at this and how healings can promote cell growth and DNA & protein synthesis. Healing is evidenced scientifically and empirically to help a myriad of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual issues as well as promote general health, wellbeing and prosperity.
Healing can assist you dealing with work colleagues, can improve business productivity, family relationships and personal growth. Help you improve your communication, get more done faster, free up your time or gain support from those around you.
With a face-to-face healing session a therapist interacts with the electric, magnetic and subtle energies of the client’s biofield or aura. How about with nonlocal healing where a client can be half way across the world from the therapist?
There is no definite hypothesis for how nonlocal healing works, however there is scientific evidence to show that it does. British biologist Rupert Sheldrake says, hypothetically that conscious intention can structure nonlocal, immaterial “morphogenic fields” (form shaping fields or a blueprint for our body) He proffers that morphogenetic fields, which link different parts of the body together and relate them to each other holistically, underlie our natural healing capacity and regenerative ability.
Have you ever said to a friend or acquaintance whose sick, ‘I will send energy, or I will send prayers to you’? Science indicates that energy is not actually sent. Physicists Elizabeth A. Rauscher and Russell Targ, talking in part about distant healing, say that the “phenomena are not a result of an energetic transmission, but rather they are an interaction of our awareness with a non-local hyper-dimensional space-time in which we live.”
In other words, the part of a distant healing session between the healer centring themself and setting an intension of healing and the healee being healed, appears to be linked to nonlocal behaviour of consciousness. Randomized control trials have shown demonstrable effects of distant healing on plants, animals, humans, fungi, bacteria, DNA amongst other things.
In one experiment by Glen Rein and Rollin McCraty at the HeartMath Institute the rate of winding and rewinding of DNA was altered by this healing method.
And our furry friends are usually energy sensitive and respond well to both local and ‘nonlocal’ healing too.