Reiki distance healing is quite simply a method to help others with their own personal healing without actually be physically present with them. In physics it is referred to as nonlocality or action at a distance which is the direct interaction of two objects that are separated in space.
Energy is not limited by time or space. Our higher self is fully aware of this lack of limitations. Logic and reason are also not required. We are able to embrace cause and effect simultaneously with the past, present, and future. It makes no difference at this level if the person we are working with is in the other side of the room or the other side of the planet. We are only limited by questions of our own intellect. We need only ignore this cultural conditioning and proceed guided by the intuitive abilities of our true self. With practice one will better understand the higher self and achieve not only better healing skills but a wonderful sense of personal peace and harmony.
When performing distance healing it is often said that one “sends” healing to another. This is actually a misnomer. The person receiving the healing actually draws their own universal life force. As with an in-person healing the Reiki practitioner simply helps provide the intention and focus of healing.
More Studies on the Effectiveness of Reiki
Researcher Krinsley D. Bengston witnesses multiple cases of cancer remission associated with a hands-on energy healer. Bengston then apprenticed with the healer to learn how to reproduce the healing effects.
Bengston obtained 5 experimental mice with mammary adenocar-cinoma, which had a predicted 100% fatality between 14 and 27 days following injection. Bengston treated these mice for an hour a day for a period of 30 days. The tumors developed a “blackened area,” then ulcerated, imploded and closed, and the mice lived their normal lifespan. The control group of mice with breast cancer, sent to another city, all died within the predicted time frame.
The results were so remarkable; three replications of the experiment were done in different cities. The studies were done with skeptical volunteers trained to do hands-on energy healing. In these three studies, 87.9% of the energy-treated mice lived, and 100% of the control group mice died. In addition, the mice in remission from two of the four experiments were re-injected with cancer, and it did not take, suggesting a continuing, stimulated immunological response. Histological studies confirmed the viability of cancer cells through all stages of remission.
The studies were published in The Effect of the “Laying On of Hands” in Transplanted Breast Cancer in Mice, by Krinsley D. Bengston, Journal of Science Exploration, 2000; 14:353-364.
Bengston wrote “The tentative conclusions are that belief in laying-on of hands is not necessary to produce the effect; there is a stimulated immune response to treatment, which is reproducible and predictable; and the mice retain immunity to the same cancer after remission.”