Many energetic healing modalities have a component of distance healing. This means the healer sends healing energy to the recipient. Some healers feel depleted after doing such work; that is because they are sending their own energy. With Reiki, as with PanGu Shengong, the healer is channeling energy from Source with the intention to heal the recipient. Since I find PGSG stronger and more efficient than Reiki, that is what I do. Distance Healing is a very powerful form of healing and is part of my PanGu Shengong Training.
How does this work?
Distance healing, also known as distant or remote healing, is based on the principal that thought is energy and energy makes or affects form at some level. The assumption, from a Quantum Physics perspective, is that all things are connected in some manner.
An article in the Huffington Post, 11/17/2011, written by Srinivasan Pillay, reviewed a well-designed research study that took place in 2008 measuring the effect of compassionate intention on skin conductance. Skin conductance refers to the measuring of sweat on the skin, which conducts electrical impulses. Skin conductivity implied activity of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) which regulates and balances heart rate, respiration and other internal bodily functions connected to the nervous system. Below is an overview of that article, italics are mine:
There were three study groups:
- Twelve couples were selected for the trained group. In each couple, one partner suffered from cancer. The healthy partner was trained in compassionate intention for three months before measurements were taken.
- Ten couples participated in the waiting group; again, one partner in each couple suffered from cancer. The healthy partner was not trained until after measurements taken.
- Fourteen healthy couples received no training and acted as the control group.
When measurements were taken, participants were separated from each other in different rooms. Intention was emitted for 10 second intervals with breaks in between. (ten seconds is not a long time). The trained group experienced the highest level of conductivity, the wait group was second with some activity and the control group showed minimal activity.
According to the article, members of the scientific community who accept the idea of distance healing, understand the following:
- Intention is transmitted by an energy signal. Thought is the energy.
- Intention warps the space- time continuum, similar to gravity, creating connections among patterns.
- People, like particles described in Quantum Physics, have instantaneous correlations across distance.
- Intention as in Quantum Physics, organizes random possibilities similar to how wave function can be collapsed into a single function.
Summarizing the results of a literature review, the author Srinivasan Pillay noted variability in effectiveness based upon the recipient and the illness. He noted that the following factors play a role:
- Quality of intention
- Capacity/capability of intender varies
- Different illnesses require different levels of intent
- There is also a possibility of outside intention disrupting the field
From my own work, I find that client receptivity is very important. Energy can be sent without the intended’s permission, however- in times of crisis we can send energy to friends and loved ones. If the person is non-receptive, the energy will simply sit there and eventually dissipate. But when a client schedules an appointment and remains non-receptive or distracted, this can impede healing.
The principals of distance healing are the same as face to face- there is simply less distance. In both scenarios, the healer’s repetition of the passwords establishes intention. See section on PGSG Healing Technique.
Not all healers are alike. The better the training combined with a lot of practice makes for a good healer.
When you request Distance Healing, we set aside a specific time to focus on sending and receiving energy. There are no distractions of telephones, TV, music, food or beverages. As the recipient, you remain focused on the healing.
Distance Healing: a case report
‘Ruth’ – Is a woman in her late fifties, who was diagnosed with breast cancer, 1/2015. While undergoing radiation treatment she stopped working. She was about to take a break from treatment and wanted to get back to her life when I spoke to her. She had three PGSG distance healing sessions in one week. Her receptiveness to treatment was high. By the end of the week she decided to go back to work. Ruth had been advised by her oncologist that her desire to eat, and the metallic taste in her mouth, would change for the better once she detoxed from the chemo. She went to work, came home and spent the night vomiting with diarrhea. Worrying she would never get better and feeling like death would be a better alternative, she was emotionally distraught. I suggested to her husband that what she was experiencing was a significant detox- the next day she had energy, went to a local crafts fair and was eating hotdogs by midafternoon.
Follow-up: Five months later Ruth completed her last infusion with had a clean bill of health. For the past four months she had been working full time, including teaching, and has been taking care of herself by taking yoga classes, eating healthily and spending time with girlfriends.
Her husband also benefited from the healing Qi. He engaged a life coach at the local cancer center and made good use of having a professional to speak with, learning coping skills needed for the caretaker of a recovering cancer patient. His sense of well-being and setting effective limits has increased tremendously.
Long term or extended illness affects not only the patient but the family member(s) as well. Sharing the worry, fear and day to day demands of the illness improve moral, health and increase the rate of recovery. Daily practice of mindfulness, meditation and PGSG Moving Form help maintain perspective and an even keel.