Distant healing and AIDS

Distant healing experiments with AIDS patients

Distant healing – science or myth?

Everyone who has experienced BodyTalk sessions from a distance, reports that they are just as effective as “face-to-face” treatments. As puzzling as this may sound, science now has an explanation for the distant healing phenomenon (also known as “remote healing”). Quantum physics argues for the existence of the so-called “zero point field” through which we are all connected. Moreover, this connection is independent of time and space. Due to this interconnectedness (also known as “quantum entanglement”), energy information permeates space instantaneously, in fact it “travels” faster than the speed of light. Einstein, Pedolsky and Rosen were the first ones to steer science towards this finding (much to Einstein’s resistance) – in 1935 they designed an extremely clever thought experiment which was later carried out successfully and revealed that non-locality and quantum entanglement do indeed exist. These discoveries give sound scientific credibility to remote healing.

Distant healing and the AIDS experiment

In the 1990’s Dr Elizabeth Targ designed a double blind study to test the effect of remote healing. She had 20 AIDS patients with a similar extent of illness and divided them into two groups: Group A and Group B. Both groups received conventional treatment but only Group B received distant healing additionally.  The distant healing was given by 40 healers for 10 weeks. These healers never met their patients: all they were given was a name, a photo and a T cell count. Six months later, 40% of the patients in Group A had died. In contrast, everybody in Group B was not only still alive but also reported feeling much better. Group B’s medical tests at that time also showed an improvement in their health.

Dr Elizabeth Targ was so amazed by these results that she could barely believe them. She repeated the experiment, this time controlling for 50 different factors that could have influenced the outcome of the first study. To her astonishment, the second study replicated the results of the first. Distant healing was proven to work!

Measuring the effect of distant healing

The effect of distant healing can now be measured through the so-called Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP), a device developed by Dr Thornton Streeter who is a leading expert in biofield sciences. PIP is used worldwide for validating healing techniques. It highlights areas of wellbeing and disease with clear patterns and colours. Clinical data from trials in which the PIP technique was used to measure the level of healing obtained during distant sessions, showed significant measurable difference between the ‘Before’ and ‘After’ pictures. In one of those remarkable trials, the patient was in India and the practitioner was in Sweden. PIP indicated that the patient responded instantly to the remote healing treatment – the areas highlighted as blocked/diseased prior to the treatment cleared immediately after the treatment.

Distant healing BodyTalk sessions

Many people nowadays choose to have distant BodyTalk sessions, either because the practitioner they like does not live in their area, or simply because it saves them time. At the BodyTalk 4 Life Clinic I have clients from USA, South America and Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. All of my distant clients have been reporting remarkable improvement in their physical and mental health as a result of their distant BodyTalk treatments.

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