Learn about research on BodyTalk and distant healing, presented at the annual conference of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine.
Scientific experiments with distant healing BodyTalk sessions
The International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM) held its annual conference on 26th June 2010. The theme of the conference was Evidence-Based Spirituality with a particular focus on the question “Does prayer and psychic healing really work? And can this ability be shared more effectively and more widely?”
Dr Ka’imi Pilipovich is a senior BodyTalk practitioner, BodyTalk instructor and a vice-president of the International BodyTalk Association. Dr Pilipovich, in conjunction with The Center for Biofield Sciences, has put together research to illustrate that distance healing does have a measurable effect on the systems of the human body. This research was presented at the ISSSEEM conference this year. It was received outstandingly well by the scientific community and contributed to an expanded awareness of BodyTalk and its potential.
The pilot study was designed to measure real-time changes in the human energy field during a distant healing BodyTalk session in order to demonstrate the efficacy of this technique. All subjects were at the Center for Biofield Sciences in Pune, India. Distant BodyTalk sessions were sent by Dr.Don Ka’imi Pilipovich from his clinic in Colorado, USA. Two biofield scanning devices were used to scan the subjects and Medical Thermal Imaging scans were also taken before and after the sessions.
During the distant BodyTalk sessions, the biofield scans revealed noticeable changes in the energy fields of the tested subjects. The controlled subjects did not display such changes. All experimental subjects reported improvement in health two days after their distant healing BodyTalk sessions. The researchers’ belief is that using a systematic healthcare modality such as BodyTalk will be more effective for distant patients than using a simple prayer.
If you are interested in other scientific trials that measure the effectiveness of distant BodyTalk as a healing modality, you can read the paper Evaluation of BodyTalk, a Novel Mind-Body Medicine, for Chronic Pain Treatment, published by Laura L Stuve, Honghu Liu, Jie Shen, Jill Gianettoni and Janet Galipo.Book your distant BodyTalk session