Does remote healing work?
My simple answer these days is yes, it definitely works yet I don’t truly know how. It is a strange concept that is outside of the Western education system for sure so is dismissed by many people.
It smacks of being a concept the gullible client accepts from “charlatan” practitioners.
Many of my own friends and family were far more comfortable with the “old Carol” who had a good job in IT after her science degree. This “new Carol” is operating outside of their comfort zone yet somehow seems to be getting glowing testimonials!
Science is starting to find some evidence to support remote healing. As far back as Einstein, some glimmers of evidence that might explain it were discovered. I have put some links to a few reference items lower in this article in case you are interested in understanding more.
How did I get into remote healing?
My belief in remote healing has grown over time from my own experiences. A long time ago, I was persuaded to visit a spiritual healer and felt much better afterwards I was impressed. Later, I had an acute attack of back pain and couldn’t visit. We spoke on the phone, he did what he did, and the pain went quickly and easily. Very clearly it worked and I didn’t care how! My relief was enough.
I did my Reiki 1 training but realised that it wasn’t quite what I wanted, then I found Shamanic Healing.
During my Shamanic Energy Medicine training with Alberto Villoldo’s Four Winds school, we did remote healing for others. We experienced that performing energy healing on someone who was a long way away worked as well as if he/she had been in the room (most of the time anyway).
In fact, it was recommended that we work remotely on energy healing for houses, using a plan of the property. Animal work is also simpler done remotely because any distracting behaviour is taken out of the equation.
Homeopathy can also be provided remotely. Homeopathic remedy machines can transmit remedies and recipients will confirm a sudden change after a remedy has been sent. There are many variants of this but you get the picture.
By 2011, remote work was clearly my path it appealed to me for its quirkiness and effectiveness. I invested in an e-Lybra9 bio-resonance analysis and balancing system. It has awesome abilities, including remote functionality.
The business model for the e-Lybra9 work caused me a problem. I really struggled. Looking at how fellow practitioners operated, many used an easily digestible business model of insisting upon a clinic visit to receive the benefits, or return of the pendant for re-charge.
Should I do the same? No. However much I tried to talk myself into it my heart said it was wrong! I do love meeting clients face to face, yet it felt totally dishonest to go through that pantomime when I know I can run a session wherever you are and the e-elybra9 will find both you and your e-pendant and do what it does for you.
If you, as one of my clients, develop an acute problem (something that doesn’t require urgent medical attention, of course) that perhaps could be eased by a bit of remote support then you need to know it is a possibility. In the last week, as I write this in February 2015, I have run sessions for someone who kept waking up anxious and two people with horrible fluey bugs. Each has reported feeling a lot better after a short e-Lybra9 session.
Strange but true!
Look at what my clients say to see the experiences people are getting from my remote services.
Now lets move along the line of explaining it, if you feel the need.
Victor Simms, the inventor of the e-Lybra9 explained it in this way in February 2015
“The e-lybra does not use radio frequencies to transmit to the client. The e-Lybra creates and energetic bridge to the person/e-pendant and through this bridge can transfer healing information. It does not matter where in the world the client is. ” He added “You can refer to ‘Morphorgenic Fields’ by Rupert Sheldrake for reading on the subject, or the scientific ‘NON Locality of photons experiment’.”
Here are links to one of those references and a few more…
Many thanks to my fellow e-Lybra practitioners for these references, quite brain befuddling yet interesting!
Morphic resonance and morphic fields
“In the hypothesis of formative causation, discussed in detail in my books A NEW SCIENCE OF LIFE and THE PRESENCE OF THE PAST, I propose that memory is inherent in nature. Most of the so-called laws of nature are more like habits.
My interest in evolutionary habits arose when I was engaged in research in developmental biology, and was reinforced by reading Charles Darwin, for whom the habits of organisms were of central importance. As Francis Huxley has pointed out, Darwin’s most famous book could more appropriately have been entitled The Origin of Habits.” … read on in the article
Loophole in Spooky Quantum Entanglement Theory Closed
Loophole in Spooky Quantum Entanglement Theory Closed by Tia Ghose, Staff Writer | April 17, 2013 03:44pm ET
“The weird way entangled particles stay connected even when separated by large distances — a phenomenon Albert Einstein called “spooky” — has been confirmed once again, this time with a key loophole in the experiment eliminated.
The results from the new experiment confirm one of the wildest predictions of quantum mechanics: that a pair of “entangled” particles, once measured, can somehow instantly communicate with each other so that their states always match.”… read on in the article
Quantum Entanglement Experiment
“Quantum entanglement — what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance” — involves a peculiarly strong correlation between two particles (typically, polarized photons) such that measuring a property of one particle simultaneously determines the property of the second particle — even when those two particles are separated by great distances (theoretically, even when the particles are at opposite ends of the universe). In quite recent years, quantum entanglement has even been observed for multi-particle systems.” … read on in the article
The imprinting and transmission of mentally-directed bio-information
“This paper reviews current experimental data and working models pertaining to non-local communication and proposes that there may be two complementary mechanisms involved in intent-mediated healing: one based on direct transmission (entrainment) of specialized electromagnetic frequencies, observed primarily in proximal healing (therapeutic touch, laying-on-of hands, direct waiqi); and a second one, associated with distant healing and remote viewing/diagnosis, where the target’s electromagnetic profile is modulated from a distance via partial entanglement of subject-target cognitive spacetime sheets, as per Pitkanen’s Topological Geometrodynamics. In addition, possible mechanisms are suggested for adjunct-mediated distant healing and for the “qi strike” phenomenon of 5-elements Qigong. Several experiments are proposed to test these hypotheses.” … read on in the article
The Journal of Non-Locality
“The Journal of Nonlocality has been set up to address an experimental and conceptual impasse in understanding the nature of nonlocality and observer effects in quantum mechanics. In conjunction with ICRL’s Mind-Matter Mapping Project, we hope to create a research venue where cutting-edge experimental tools in physics, biology and parapsychology can be combined to design more revealing protocols; to bypass the experimental difficulties identified by Wheeler and Bell; and to cast new light on the role that these effects play in genetic regulatory systems, placebo, anomalous perception and retrocausality.”
‘EPR Paradox’ (Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox), which was the forerunner of the modern experiments, and ‘double slit experiments’ in general.
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