It turns out that there really is such a thing as a Healing Touch (NOTE: subscribers can still listen to this show). And praying for a sick person may help too. A growing number of medical facilities are utilizing Healing Touch, which is a gentle, noninvasive therapy shown to facilitate the relaxation response to enhance the healing process. Research shows that, in addition to inducing a deep sense of calm and relaxation, Healing Touch helps to reduce pain, decrease anxiety, promote sleep and improve an overall sense of well-being.
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Echo Bodine is one of our most popular guests. She talks to Anne Strieber about her latest book, Hands that Heal. She tells a wise and wonderful story about how we all have healing powers that we do not believe in and do not use, and shows us how to verify them and make good use of the positive energy that flows within us. AND she does a healing on Anne! A beautiful program. Echo’s website is echobodine.com.read more

Scientists have proved that psychic healing works by havinga healer from India direct healing energy towards seeds in apetri dish. The seeds that received the healer’s attentiongrew faster than those in a control group. And when healersdirected energy towards cultured brain cells, they grewfaster. The healing affected random number generators aswell.

Randall Fitzgerald writes inPhenomena Magazine that the healer focused his attention onthe seeds and “willed” them to grow faster by mentallysummoning up healing energies and aiming them towards theseeds. The seeds that received the healing energy sprouted20% faster than the control group.
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Tiny flashes of infrared light from LEDs can heal wounds, build muscle, help heal the effects of diabetes and repair blindness?but nobody knows why. LEDs are the tiny, ultra-efficient light-emitting diodes, or bulbs, like the ones found in digital clocks and TV remote controls. Despite being tested by NASA, the Pentagon and hospitals, pathologist Marti Jett says, “There’s not a clear idea of how this works.”

Noah Shachtman writes in Wired.com about research done by Dr. Harry Whelan, who used LEDs to restore the vision of rats blinded by toxic doses of methanol. After exposure to the LED flashes, 95% of their injuries were repaired.
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