Distant Healing Studies and Articles


Distant Healing Studies and Articles

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Research Studies

Over the past thirty years significant scientific research has been conducted on the potential effectiveness and value of distant healing practices. Reports and studies in this section offer the analysis of leading researchers in the field.

These projects range from double-blind studies on patients in clinical settings to research into essential issues such as whether a person's focused intention can have a nonlocal effect on another who is at a distance.

The links below will download PDFs.

IONS Distant Healing Bibliography

The IONS Distant Healing Bibliography provides a comprehensive listing of peer-reviewed articles and dissertations dissertations on distant healing. The term distant healing refers to a variety of healing modalities, such as non-contact touch, energy medicine, prayer, and intention. The systematic methods used to retrieve the records are included in the link below.

Articles and Archives

The practice of distant healing is drawing increased attention as an important component of integral medicine models that blend a range of approaches to health and healing. Many leading health professionals and spiritual leaders believe distant healing practices may significantly expand the capacity of lay people and practitioners to facilitate the healing of patients, friends, and loved ones.

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