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February 10, 2008

Reconnective Healing – Where’s the Proof?

We’re all searching for answers, to one degree or another. Who are we in this great big universe? What else is out there? How does it all fit together? How do we make sense of the bad things that happen on earth? What were we before we were born and what do we become after we die? And where’s the proof?

Our logical minds want to see it before we can believe it, but we may never have foolproof answers and incontrovertible evidence in this life. Our knowledge and perceptions of the ‘other side’, or the ‘master plan’ seem to come to us in fragments through darkened glass, via glimpses of intuition, and feelings of recognition when we hear or read things that ring true for us.

And maybe that’s the way it’s meant to be. As Kryon says, “if you could see your full soul, and know what was on the other side of the veil, then there would be no need for your lesson here… then we (the Universe) would ‘turn on the lights’ and you would all go home! Class dismissed.” [Kryon Book II]

For me the clearest proof of the existence of something beyond ourselves has come in the form of Reconnective Healing. There is no mistaking the strong, very palpable energy in my hands when I am working with someone, in person or by distance healing, and no mistaking the clearly visible responses that I have seen in the person lying in front of me. I am not even touching them and there is strong energy flowing through me and out of my hands and causing a reaction in their bodies. Some responses a person couldn’t intentionally replicate, such as rippling of the muscles and tendons under the skin like when a finger is run across a piano keyboard.

Now some leading scientists have revealed their findings which have given me further proof about the reality of this energy. Dr William Tiller, Emeritus Professor of Materials Science at Stanford
University and star of the recent What the Bleep films, believes it is a new, higher level of energy – magnetoelectric energy which also contains an aspect of light. With Reconnective Healing, he says, “many kinds of energy and light are flowing through the healer … In other words, what we’re talking about is bringing it beyond just what has been classically known as energy healing into a broader spectrum of energy, light and information.

One of the experiments carried out by Dr Tiller and his team took place at a Reconnective Healing training seminar in Sedona last year. What they found was quite remarkable. The room itself became conditioned for healing before the attendees even came into the room – in scientific terms they measured a higher gauge symmetry state than in normal reality. Two days later at the end of the seminar, the effective energy content of the room was huge. In more understandable terms, to give that same excess energy content, a normal space would have required a temperature increase of 300 degrees centigrade!

Dr Gary Schwarz is Director of Medicine at the University of Arizona and author of several books on energy healing. He conducted a series of controlled experiments into what happens when a Reconnective Healer sends energy to a recipient. The first test showed that blindfolded subjects could detect the energy up to 83% of the time. The second showed that the energy functions like an electromagnetic signal. The third showed that the sender’s heart wave, measured by EKG, imprints itself on the receiver’s brainwave, measured by EEG. “Most significant in this third experiment,” Schwartz says, “is that whether or not the receiver was consciously aware of the energy, the EKG imprinted just the same, so there is unconscious energy detection that can be recorded electromagnetically.”

It might not provide all the answers to the big questions, but for me this is the first big piece of the puzzle that I can hold and feel in my own hands.

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9 Comment(s)

  1. Essential Energy Healing | Mar 2, 2008 | Reply

    The Western mind set is always looking for the scientific proof. Much progress is in the making, but I agree, I don’t think we will have full answers or that we should have them. I think it is something more that you experience than explain, no doubt it is there and no doubt that it works!

  2. Pam Neilands | May 12, 2008 | Reply

    There is a problem with this, at least for me. My healing has lasted 6 weeks, day and night, very disruptive and not conducive to sleep and worst of all, it is giving me pain in my mouth/jaw as it encounters blocks it is trying to clear. I am talking about excrutiating pain, last night was terrible and I am scared about tonight. It is trying to clear a block in my upper gum between the 2 front teeth and it will not quit. I dont know what to do. I know it is slowly activating these lines and nothing will stop it and it will push through any blocks even though it is causing me pain. Pam Sydney 12/5/2008

  3. Christina Cherry | Sep 27, 2008 | Reply

    I have never known anyone experience anything like this. In fact my experience has been the exact opposite, the most simple, effortless form of healing I have every come across.

    Did you have the expectation at some level that you would need to experience ‘release’ to achieve healing? I would suggest you go back to your practitioner or contact The Reconnection office for advice:

  4. Lauretta | Feb 24, 2011 | Reply

    I am interested in this research, but I would like to read it for myself. The only article I have seen by Tiller is virtually indecipherable without a physics degree.
    Where can I access the other ones or a readable one by him please.

  5. Christina Cherry | Mar 19, 2011 | Reply

    If you go to the Reconnection Science page on my website, you will find links to some of the numerous research studies that are going on around the world on Reconnective Healing.

  6. marta longoria | Apr 14, 2011 | Reply

    No psychic or supporter of psychics or funny finger healling has accepted the $1,000,000, WHY? == because they are false claims and they know it.
    Schwartz’s methods have prompted criticism by skeptics such as University of Oregon professor Ray Hyman, who says they deviate from the accepted norms of scientific methodology, and criticizes Schwartz for research errors such as inappropriate statistical tests and using subjects predisposed to believe in psychic abilities.[4] Skeptic Robert Todd Carroll maintains that Schwartz’s evaluation of mediums is subjective and a product of wishful thinking.[3][5] When skeptic James Randi asked the University of Arizona to submit Schwartz’s research data to an independent panel for evaluation as part of his $1 Million Challenge, Schwartz declined.[3] Schwartz has also been accused by psychic Laurie Campbell and Allison DuBois of exploiting their publicity value.[6]

  7. T H Christian | Jun 19, 2011 | Reply

    I took two minutes to look up Dr Schwartz. The article above implies he’s a medical doctor by calling him Dr. Schwartz and claiming he’s the head of a medical department. He’s a PhD. I believe most medical departments are run by a medical practitioner, i.e., a medical doctor.

    The article also implies that there’s scientific evidence without presenting the data or even showing links to actual published articles but makes claims as to the results. This is more BS created to separate people in need from their money. If you look up 1 fact and it’s purposefully misleading then there’s a good chance the rest is BS too.

  8. Pam Neilands | Jan 17, 2012 | Reply

    Update, it is now Jan 2012, and my reconnective healing is still going, it has never stopped. The pain I mentioned was only on 2 sections in my mouth and jaw in the first few weeks. However, it still disrupts my life and I now have to look for a job, all this activity does not help. The strings move all the time, it appears to be still realigning the skeleton. However I have built a successful Ebay store in this time, but still require to work now. My question is has anyone encountered anything like this. I have no one to talk to about this. No one believes me

  9. mors | Aug 21, 2012 | Reply

    Pam, go see a real medical doctor. RH is as fake as unicorns.

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