Although Leo Jean and I have been performing distant healing for many years, we have never been able to offer a scientific explanation of how it works. Recently I came across an article by Srinivasan Pillay, a psychiatrist and speaker, who has conducted a study on distant healing. It was interesting to read the results of Dr. Pillay’s study, as it explains some of the science behind our distant healing work. In his article, “The Science of Distant Healing”, Dr. Pillay writes:
“Within the scientific community, there are a group of people who believe in distant healing and a group of people who do not. Those who believe in distant healing do not believe that it is just some “spooky” phenomenon. There are four principles of physics underlying intention that have been described in the literature: (1) that intention is transmitted by an as yet unknown energy signal; (2) that intention warps space-time much like gravity, creating pathways for connection; (3) that people, like particles are described in quantum physics, have instantaneous correlations across distance; (4) that intention is much like measurement in quantum physics. It organizes random possibilities much like how wave functions can be collapsed into a single function.
So, as of now, it appears that distant healing works in some situations but not in others. But what does this mean? I believe that the healing is not always effective for several reasons: (1) the quality of the intention is not high enough; (2) different intenders have different capacities; (3) different illnesses may require higher levels of intention; (4) there may be other intentions coming from elsewhere that disrupt the intention being measured. I am less inclined to believe that “distant healing” is all nonsense, because the data we have so far illustrates that there is definitely the possibility that the effect can be felt. It is just not ubiquitous or uniform.
I would caution against believing that all people are equally able to perform distant healing, but where there is expectation and faith, the chances of success are higher. In fact, in the study that showed that distant healing had no effect on chronic fatigue, the expectation that one would get better did have an effect. I wonder if this implies that intention works best when we believe in our own capacities to get better.” 1
Dr. Pillay has appropriately described the underlying principles of the intention of distant healing. Here’s how they relate to our work:
(1) that intention is transmitted by an as yet unknown energy signal
To my knowledge spiritual/psychic/quantum healing energy has not yet been quantified. In my recent post, “What’s In Healing Energy?” I described how the energy signal that Leo was emitting while he focused to bring in the universal white light to perform a healing was measured in gamma wavelengths, as indicated on a Roentgen scale.
(2) that intention warps space-time much like gravity, creating pathways for connection
After we determine that a recipient freely accepts the healing, we can make a connection at what we call the spiritual/psychic/quantum level, so that the healing energy can be instantly conveyed to the recipient across any distance.
(3) that people, like particles are described in quantum physics, have instantaneous correlations across distance. It organizes random possibilities much like how wave functions can be collapsed into a single function.
The connection that we create with a willing recipient is done at the spiritual/psychic/quantum level. We ‘read’ a person through the vibrations present in their spiritual openings, known as the ‘chakras’. Our reading of their chakras during a healing is how we instantaneously connect across distance.
(4) that intention is much like measurement in quantum physics
In quantum physics the measurement would create the connection. Similarly, our reading of the negative vibrations present in a person’s chakras at a given instant provides the basis for their removal. Once we connect with the negativity, we simultaneously send pure white light to surround and extract it from each of the recipient’s spiritual openings.
Dr. Pillay further describes the reasons for impediments to the effectiveness of distant healing energy:
(1) the quality of the intention is not high enough
It requires years of dedicated practice to accurately receive and deliver focused information during the process of a distant healing. Leo has practiced healing for over 60 years, while I have trained and practiced for over 25 years.
(2) different intenders have different capacities
Through practical experience we have sharpened our inherent abilities to work toward higher levels of competence, so that we can remove the confluence of powerful negative influences from willing recipients.
(3) different illnesses may require higher levels of intention
When a recipient houses a large conglomerate of spiritual negativity, the intender has to be more powerful than the influences that require removal. Otherwise, the recipient could continue to suffer from the effects of any influences left behind. To activate the self-healing mechanism inherent in a recipient, it is sometimes necessary to repeat the intention at one- or two-week intervals.
(4) there may be other intentions coming from elsewhere that disrupt the intention being measured
External influences from a variety of sources can obstruct the connection to targeted negative influences within a recipient. In order to complete the intended healing, we must at the same time remove potentially harmful external interference. The recipient must help to prevent such interference by concentrated refusal.
As further scientific studies are conducted on distant healing, more people will be open to the benefits that it presents. When we perform distant healing, we extend the knowledge and benefits of the positive energy of the pure white light to others.
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You can read Dr. Pillay’s entire article online at the link below:
1 Srinivasan Pillay, “The Science of Distant Healing ,” Huffington Post 24 Mar 2009 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/srinivasan-pillay/the-science-of-distant-he_b_177986.html