Friday, April 5, 2013

DNA Reprogramming: Healing into the Future

While many that offer the service of reprogramming, it cannot be done solely energetically as you have autonomy over your body and your experiences, it is not a spiritual undertaking but a physical one with spiritual ramifications, your body remembers ever single moment of your existence from conception to now, no one can do this for you, they can only offer the assistance so you can do it for yourself, it is self healing even with assistance. Truth be known, all healing is.

Talking to your body is a hypnotic process: for many it can be achieved by some through meditation or self hypnosis though this ability in itself takes many years to acquire, although there is much talk about it, there are also a lot of therapies without foundational understanding of the cellular role in life, the DNA or even Genetic sequencing. You don't need to be a scientist to grasp the basics and notably many of the practitioners offering the service do not seem to be aware of even the number of different types of DNA we have or the Genetic potentials. There are 22 strands of DNA. You built your body from a single stem cell, and you continue to evolve your genetic signature throughout your life. The modification is designed to enhance your life allowing layers of information so that their is less conscious effort in survival, this optimally will offer you the luxury of seeking life experiences for the sheer joy of it, something we tend to undervalue and under utilize is this ability.

The cognitive approach to healing definitely has its place and there are those who feel a need for this, either to justify many years of living life in survival mode, or simply because they cannot comprehend a life without an ongoing analysis of past events. I can assure you, this is not healing, Knowing what is wrong with you, does not necessarily lead to a solution for living a healthful life in mind and body, ask anyone who has undertaken years of social conditioning and then years of psychotherapy to try and recondition about that. The tendency is to feel better and modify some behaviours, while inside the same feelings continue to be at odds with the life you know you can live. It can work for some, the sad fact is that for the vast majority it becomes a behaviour modification tool, helps to some degree in expressing the issues, but the inner feelings, anxiety and depression can still remain, to a lesser degree for sure, but still there. The most interesting aspect here is that an individual attempting to better themselves in this way will feel better, it is like taking a person in pain and giving them a pain killer, it is better, but the pain is still there, it is muted but not gone. 

DNA reprogramming takes the approach of altering the body, the genetic signature and in turn a life. Things change that you could never anticipate before the change happens, simply because you did not recognize an attitude, belief or behaviour as something you did and not who you are. If you find yourself constantly saying to others, this is who i am or accept me as i am, this is a sure indication that something in your recognizes the conflict between who you are and what you do or say. An interesting thought yes? When you find yourself making statements or engaging in behaviours that leave you not happy with yourself as a person or worse not liking yourself, it is time to investigate the role of your body in your conscious and subconscious behaviours. 

With a damn near perfect memory your body guides you through life, seeking the safest way past obstacles and using whatever survival techniques from the womb to the present it has at its disposal, these are encoded, then en-trained and then modified as you grow. they are not your personality, they are your beliefs, your filters and most basic fears all taught to you by a little code placed within the framework of your body, to save you from the situations that your parents and grandparents both lived through and feared. The modern world changes so much so quickly that the truth is you are unlikely to live through what they lived through, and as your own personality you will take that information and use it in ways that do not reflect the world you live in. the outcome of that is just plain not understanding yourself or feeling out of control in your thoughts and feelings. The only action to take is to build a new platform, keeping the necessities, what is good and helpful and removing those aspects that are limiting and that do not serve you. This is not about trying to forget your own experiences but putting them in a space where they take up a lot less room, while at the same time removing any genetic modification that took place prior to or after your birth.

 All our memories have value, it is the physical response to those memories that cause problems chemically altering the body and engaging responses that are no longer relative to your environment. That means even when it is good you could struggle with being present, as a result substance may become a tool and a mirror to those feelings of being disconnected from the world around you emotionally. The disconnection from the present is really a constant connection to trauma. Wouldn't it be lovely to take a painful memory and be able to inspect it without an emotional involvement, we all have the ability to do this, some do it better than others, these tend to be those who can live in the present moment and so drifting into memory the old emotions do not have the ability to override what they know and feel right now. It is a great way to live and the truth is that any happy person actually does this naturally, if your upbringing and experiences have been challenging and dis-empowering it can be harder as you have not learned to move on but have learned to fear a moment you knew was coming or expected to come. 

That fear can sometimes be the result of actions by others and sometimes it is the fear of another that has been taught to you, pretty much the same way we learn that it will hurt if we get hit by a car, but don't need to be hit to achieve that fear as usually at a young age a parent will drum that into you by rote until you fear it as naturally as you would fear falling from a great height, that is survival at its best, knowing what may bring about death and injuries without having to experience that state first escalating what we know about pain to protect ourselves from danger. 

If you wish to Self Heal into a DNA reprogramming you would need to be very open and honest in ways you have never been before, you will need to face your fears, look at your input into your life and yes, that includes the times where you knew you were doing wrong but did it anyway, or the times you manipulated or compromised your self to make a gain, all the while you may have hated yourself for it, but you did it anyway. None of this matters in reality and nor does it reflect you as a person, but when it comes to anxiety and other issues, these are the very things you will need to look at if you are to take the cognitive approach. Any healing you achieve will be well worth it but, and there is a but, it takes a fair chunk out of your life to work through as much as you can, and i am of the mind that your life is for living, for enjoyment and really do see it as a shame that so much of it is spent on trying to heal the past, when the focus can be firmly placed int he present and this can become a normal state using memory for what it is meant for, survival, not life experience,

While talk about living in the now and being present in your life is often preached in spiritual circles it is rarely practiced, it is fair to say that if you spend years focused on your past life or lives trying to heal the present, you are most certainly not, living in the now. Is it appropriate to blame past events, no matter how awful, for current behaviours that are either destructive to self or others? True compassion comes from a place of understanding how someone feels, not from enabling them to continue in poor behaviours, these ranging from smoking, overeating, substance abuse and being abusive to others, uncaring or self serving. I sincerely believe that our experiences can become a tool to build character but unfortunately they can also become the light that shines on a lack of character. if you find yourself applying expected values to others that you don't apply to yourself it may be that you are caught in a trap of dissociation. Substance abuse mimics and induces a sense of the unreal in our world but to a lesser degree we all have moments however short or long where we struggle to find meaning for ourselves and our lives and where we struggle to be motivated because of this.

You will instantly have a greater understanding of others on a level deeper than day to day interactions even when you have never seen or known them before, this is not about reading, this is about sharing the same energetic space with others and being aware of that. having those magical or challenging conversations that were miraculously needed right at that moment for yourself or for another person, finding yourself in the right place at the right time and saying the most appropriate thing and feeling comfy with the flow that you are engaged in. You will know that you don't need to make others happy in your choices but will find you considering those that matter all of which means you are more easily able to express your self in your life, enriching others and being an example of connectedness.

 DNA reprogramming, undoing the imprints from your stem cell conception, to now

1. DNA Restructure the active years: the present back to 19 years

2. DNA Restructure the responder years: 18 back to 9 years

3. DNA Restructure the absorber years: 8 back to birth

4. DNA Restructure the womb: birth back to stem cell

5. DNA Regenerator: creative imprinting for the future

preferably done as close together as possible. Live 5 sessions  over 5 days is optimum, the nature of this program means you can't start if you aren't going to finish, the results are astounding.

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Seeking the Divine

A whole lot of time and energy is expended seeking the Divine without a clear picture or understanding of what the Divine is. Much of the time we are chasing an idea presented by someone else, and just as often their perception is different to our own. 

So what is the Divine, in the dictionary you will find it is of or relating to God or a God. You will also find it relates to heavenly or excellent, and just to add to the mix the dictionary defines the verb as learning through intuition or magic.

As in all life, perception is more real than the actuality, so your perception of the divine will impact greatly on what it is you find. When seeking the divine be clear on your understanding of the word and your intention.

My perception of the Divine is really quite simple. Source. that is it, to me Divine =  Source, Source = Pure Energy , Quanta = Smallest, ie nothing is smaller. 

To have Divine inspiration means to me that you are creating from source the purest energy available to you. All energy evolves and is in constant motion without attachment, when it achieves a pattern you can be sure an intention has been applied and the pattern is the action of intention or the consequence of the intention, these become the atoms that make up physicality or the seeking patterns looking to be matched or enhanced.

Any attempt to find the Divine that is beyond source may lead to disappointment, or knowledge without experiential delights. I say delights because that is how it feels to experience the Divine, it is delightful. To experience the Divine you need to be going inward to your own creation, understand your own intention, and agree to allow yourself to be fully engaged with the energy of source. That is Source of Creation.

and to live in the Divine you need to allow that flow of pure energy to enliven and yes evolve you. Not control your evolution but to learn to live with and enjoy the changes bought by an open access policy, why do we age? Because we limit the energy that is available to us, either due to belief or fear. 

It is often said there is a limitless supply of energy at the quantum level. This has pretty much been proven to be true and in more recent times the enormity of this truth has been bought forward for the public. 

" It is currently acknowledged that if all the subatomic particles were to be added up they would produce and inexhaustible supply of energy of unfathomable proportions, exceeding all energy in matter by a facto of 10 to the power of40, or 1 followed by 40 zeros. "M Cade & N. Coxhead, The Awakened Mind, 2nd ed(shaftsbury,UK:Element,1986Richard Feyman  once remarked that the energy  in a cubic metre of space was enough to boil all the oceans of the world.

When seeking the Divine go within, find the source of energy and the information that comes with it, it is information and the ability to communicate that information, from molecule to molecule, cell to cell, being to being, that determines our environment internal and external. the external is simply a reflection of what lies within, discovery and understanding alters the way we manifest on the planet. If you do not like your world, your life, your self, seek the Divine in your self, and your life, your world will all evolve bringing forward the purest of energy and your manifestations will be Divine which in truth is simply that your world will become an extension of your self. there is true joy in creation at this level and there is nothing more inspiring than to know that the path you walk, takes you firmly into your own divinity.

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Resentment: The acceptable Anger

When i work with couples in strife it is clear that  anger issues are always a part of the problem, regardless of what set these feelings in motion, too often i hear,"I am not an angry person ", i will then agree and suggest that resentment can cause problems in that persons life and will get agreement. We have many terms to describe anger and over a period of time for some reason have come to believe that these ongoing feelings are not actual anger. This is a mystery to me, along with the idea that long held anger is justifiable where short term angers are not. I know for one thing that i would rather have someone get something off their chest in a meaningful and appropriate way than be subjected to moods that go on for days or even weeks, it also has to be said that the person who holds grudges is usually on a simmer for years over slights and damage done in their childhood and youth, this acting as a foundation for every single moment of dissension in their present and future. 

Often i hear clients, and recently an acquaintance, say they are not good at confrontation, yet every time i hear those words i know i am hearing them from those who frequently bring conflicts about by their dishonesty, negative or angry attitudes and just as often resentful or angry words being thrown out when there is any level of discord. I guess it is the right time to say that some level of conflict will arise at some point in nearly every relationship at some point, if your first thought in this is that it is the other persons fault for having the audacity to actually mention a problem, then you are likely to be an active player in major conflicts rather than an innocent recipient. It is also a good time to point out that when you deal with issues as they arise honestly and with a mind on solutions rather than getting your way, it is unlikely that particular moment will become a conflict or confrontation. 

Attitude is the single biggest factor in fights, ask yourself about your attitude to problems, when someone comes to you reasonably and mentions an issue what is your attitude, do you try to shut them down? do you get critical of them? do you find insults an acceptable start to a discussion where your behaviours are under scrutiny? Do you wait for things to go wrong or do you look for ways to make things better? There is no doubt that if you are the one focused on the issue at hand rather than if it can be resolved or if the other person feels they have talked to you repeatedly until they too are now just angry things will always end up in conflict. Lets have a wee look at the difference between confrontation and conflict. Confrontation is the word usually thrown around with an i don't like it used as the reason for things going badly, the truth is quite different, an unwilllingness to confront issues leads to conflict and it is conflict that most don not enjoy. I put it to you that you rarely if ever need to go into conflict if you are willing to explore issues as a couple or team with an eye on solutions, this immediately takes the focus off the actual problem so it does not simply become a bone of contention, but rather it becomes a foundation for an excercise in caring, loving or sharing. 

Building relationships is not an overnight miracle, love or a surging of feelings may feel that way but a relationship needs structure, solid foundations as well as feelings to succeed. For that both parties need to be willing to accept responsibility for their own feelings and their own behaviours, it is not right to throw anger from your past at your partner or workmates, it is not right to engage in relationships and then say you have trust issues, all you are doing is expressing anger at its various levels, even depression is anger, while it is self oriented it does a lot of damage to those who live around it, parents damage children not just partners with angry emotional outbursts. Frustration is anger, it is anger at having met a brick wall or not getting your way, which is it that you are facing? Blaming is anger, it is anger without responsibility always directed at anyone that does not enable you in some way. 

It is now known that those who live a low level and ongoing anger (negativity) actually bring others around them down, interestingly angry people are drawn to postive people or upbeat people, this indicates that they are perhaps seeking to be more positive or happier in their life if you are that person then you have given yourself the job of lifting your game and dealing with those issues that you carry rather than expecting others to play roles in your life that meet your expectations. If you have a genuine caring for another there is no reason you would not want happiness, health and wellbeing for them. If you want to share time , business or your life with them perhaps the ultimate gift you have to offer is to deliberately change those aspects of your character that bring your own issues and place them on another. It is easy to identify if you are the one being angry by looking at the external factors, do your friends tend to be angry or unpopular, it is easy to tell yourself they are different and society at large does not accept them, the chances are that they are really just angry and there is a natural tendency from those who are not angry to want to keep their distance. If a large number of your friends have substance abuse issues or constantly criticize others, blame society or individuals past and present for their angers, it may be time to look at your self and decide if you want to have a different type of lifestyle.

a few ways that anger expresses itself and perhaps an insight to yourself, a partner or workmates and friends. No matter what you are hoping for here you nothing changes in your life til you decide to change your own attitude, it is a sure thing that if you have a lot of conflict in your life that you are the common denominator and that if nothing else is worth a look if you think you are a good guy in general. Anger does not make a person a bad person, behaviour can do that if they take their anger and turn it on others, whether by grinding them down or abuse someone it is not appropriate. I have never heard anyone say they fear happiness so if you find it difficult to look at your self, perhaps your fear is in your own opinion of your behaviours in relation to your values, if you don't acknowledge these at some point you will continue to live them and may wonder why life simply does not seem to work for you

prescription for misery:::: are you in here?
William F. Doverspike, Ph.D.

Never say you’re sorry. Psychological research and theological writings have shown that relationships are enriched by the processes of forgiveness and reconciliation (Worthington, 2001, 2006). The 10th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous reads, “Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.” This step has been described as “relationship glue” for those who are living a life of intentionality. In contrast, one of the best ways to ruin a relationship is to never admit when we are wrong. We can hurt others through acts of commission (things we have done that we should not have done) as well as acts of omission (things we have not done that otherwise could have helped someone). Rather than focusing on the things you have done that have hurt someone, or the things you have not done that otherwise could have helped someone, consider making a list of all the things that someone has done to hurt you. Think about what you would like for the other person to do to make amends to you—and then just keep waiting. Sooner or later, you are bound to feel miserable. In order to create unhappiness in your life, be sure to never apologize when you have hurt or offended someone. Even better, blame the person whom you have offended.

Prescription for misery: To make yourself miserable, don’t ever say you’re sorry or admit that you were wrong.

Blame others for the problems in your life. Psychological research has shown that people who avoid accepting responsibility for their behavior are more likely to achieve less than those who readily accept responsibility (Sternberg, 1996). Rather than looking at your own contribution to situations that turn out badly, focus more on shifting responsibility to the other person. When things go wrong, notice what the other person said or did to cause them to go wrong. Develop a sense of externalization, which means placing the blame on something outside yourself. Even better, place the blame on someone else, while avoiding responsibility for your own actions. Develop the psychology of victimology, which means taking on the role of victim in the blame game. If others do not play the game, then blame them also. Whatever your strategy, just be sure to criticize others while justifying yourself.

Prescription for misery: To make yourself miserable, blame others for your problems.

Take what you want from others. Psychological research has shown that people who are unhappy are also more selfish, and people who are selfish are also unhappier than others. People often feel worse when they spend more time thinking about their own problems, rather than focusing on helping others with their problems. There is a strong correlation between health, happiness, well-being, and compassion (Posta, 2005). Therefore, in order to make yourself miserable, spend less time caring about other people. For example, the next time you dine at a fine restaurant, leave a small tip. Even better, get someone else to pay. In addition to holding on to what is yours, cultivate both sides of the attitude of greed, including envy (the resentful desire to have what others have) and jealousy (the resentful desire to exclusively possess something or the fear of losing what you have). In this sense, envy involves two people whereas jealousy involves three, so take the easiest path to misery and be envious of others. For example, rather than giving your time by volunteering at a homeless shelter, take a tour of luxury homes and notice your feelings of envy. When you see something you like, think of ways to acquire it so that you will have more than others. Rather than giving to others, expect others to be giving to you. When you don’t get what you want, take it.

Prescription for misery: To make yourself miserable, take what you want from others, while giving nothing in return.

Hold grudges and never forgive others. The benefits of practicing forgiveness have been studied from a psychological perspective for many years (Smedes, 1984; Enright et al., 1991; Freedman & Enright, 1996). Forgiveness can be defined as the process by which we let go of negative emotions such as anger and resentment. Forgiveness is not the same as forgetting, denying, suppressing, condoning, excusing, pardoning, or reconciling. It is possible to forgive without reconciling, but it is impossible to reconcile without forgiving. On the other hand, resentment can be defined as the process by which we hold on to negative emotions such as anger. Resentment is like setting yourself on fire in the hope that the smoke will bother the other person. The key to harboring resentments is to hold on to the anger and other negative emotions that are associated with being hurt or wronged by someone. There is usually an emotional payoff in holding on to resentment; we get something out of it. Resentment ties us to the problem--and binds us to the person--through anger. This form of emotional blackmail gives us a sense of self-justification and leverage against the other person. For example, rather than taking the initiative to reconcile a small rift with a friend, spend more time obsessing about what the other person should do. Don’t reserve grudges and resentments for the big things in life, but learn to harbor resentments for the little things as well. For example, rather than calling a friend, become angry while waiting for your friend to call you.

Prescription for misery: To make yourself miserable, hold on to resentments and never forgive.

Hold on to anger and resentment. Psychological research has shown that people who are angry are more likely to be miserable and they are also more likely to die early. Sustained hostility with angry outbursts contributes more strongly to death from heart disease than other well-known risk factors, including smoking, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol (Finney, Stoney, & Engebretson, 2002; Suarez, Lewis, & Kuhn, 2002; Williams, Haney, Lee, King, & Blumenthal, 1980). Scientific investigators have found that the ability of the heart to pump blood efficiently though the body dropped significantly during anger but not during stress or exercise (Ironson, et al., 1992). Anger also affects people without heart disease. Medical students who were often angry were seven times more likely to die by the age of 50 than students in the same class who had lower levels of hostility (Williams, et al., 1980). To make yourself miserable, maintain a seething sense of resentments in your life. Get into more arguments by making accusatory indictments toward others. For example, begin your statements with “you” and use an angry tone. Take no responsibility for your own emotions, but blame your emotions on others. For example, use statements like, “You make me mad.” Engage in absolutistic thinking, which means equating your thoughts with reality (e.g., “If I think so, then it’s so”), because this type of thinking leads to rigidity, inflexibility, and lack of emotional and behavioral freedom. Remember, it is better to be right than to be happy. Engage in emotional reasoning, which means equating a feeling with reality, because this type of thinking will produce negative emotions. Engage in emotional stockpiling, which means keeping a mental list of ways that others have offended you. When arguing with others, don’t stick to the issues, but bring up the past by using your list of resentments.

Prescription for misery: To make yourself miserable, hold on to negative emotions such as anger and resentment.

Develop a sense of hopelessness. Psychological research has shown that hope is one of the most important variables in creating positive changes in one’s life (Hanna, 2002; Peterson & Seligman, 2004). Hope can be defined as a belief in a positive outcome related to the events or circumstances in one’s life. Hope is not the same as wishing, longing, desiring, or yearning. It is the unseen evidence of a brighter day, no matter how dark one’s present day may be. It is the realistic expectation of a positive outcome, regardless of how dire one’s present circumstances may seem. On the other hand, hopelessness is one of the most significant psychological risk factors associated with suicide (Beck, Brown, Berchick, Stewart, & Steer, 1990; Bongar, 2002). An attitude of hopelessness is usually associated with greater misery in life. Although there is nothing certain in life except taxes and death, focus on taxes and death if you want to make yourself miserable. Develop the self-fulfilling prophecy that nothing good will ever happen in your life.

Prescription for misery: To make yourself miserable, develop a sense of hopelessness about the future.

Live a more meaningless life. In Man’s Search for Meaning, expanded from its original title, From Death-Camp To Existentialism, Holocaust survivor and psychiatrist Viktor Frankl wrote, “Suffering ceases to be suffering in some way in the moment that it finds a meaning” (1969, p. 179). Half a century after Frankl had written his monumental book, researchers have observed that people who are happy tend to have a sense of purpose and meaning in their lives (Peterson & Seligman, 2004). Therefore, to be as miserable as possible, it is important to live a life without purpose or meaning. Live without higher values or, if you have values at all, be sure to violate them as much as possible. In other words, live in the basement of life, rather than on its highest plane. Rather than living on the basis of principles, live on the basis of nothing at all. Even better, live only for yourself. Rather than actively participating in the world, spend more time passively watching the world go by. For example, spend more time watching television or listening to the evening news.

Prescription for misery: To make yourself miserable, strive to live without purpose or meaning.

a final note from me

perhaps you could write yourself a new prescription for life, if you hit more than one of the markers above you would benefit from determining life is valuable enough for you to put some effort in instead of expecting others to do that for you....Healing is not really about forgiveness it is about accepting what life has thrown at you, learn from it if you can, and then live in the present knowing you survived.

Coherence: healing the body

Cells have protein receptors that sense and respond to specific environmental signals, some respond to physical signals and others recognize and respond to vibrational energy fields such as light, sound and radio frequencies, the antennas on these energy receptors vibrate like tuning forks, when an energy vibration in the environment resonates with a receptor's antenna it will alter the proteins charge causing it to change shape, (Tsong 1989, "Deciphering the language of cells", trends in biochemical sciences)
There are two types of electromagnetic effects on living matter: thermal effects and non-thermal effects.

Thermal effects induce an increase of entropic(unavailable energy) disorder in the target, until at adequate
frequencies and power levels, the effects of ionization(physical process of converting an atom or molecule into an ion by adding or removing charged particles) develop. The non-thermal effects are not theresult of the transfer of erratic movement by means of an increase of kinetic energy, but rather, in line with the theories of the coherence of condensed matter, they can transmit information that would produce order in the bio-structures( the body)  involved. 

The information content of the electromagnetic waveswould depend strictly and specifically on the waveform, the string of waves, and the time sequence of their modulation. In fact, specific variations in the configuration and temporal exposure patterns of extremely weak electromagnetic fields can produce highly specific biological responses, similar to pharmaceutical products (8, 9). These effects are attracting considerable scientific interest mainly because an electromagnetic wave is easily modulated and thus is an excellent means for the transmission of information. (10) Studies carried out by various writers suggest the possibility of non thermal effects; they include Gorgun , Frohlich, and Tsong

On these bases, various authors have noted the modulation of some cell functions, from ionic membrane pumps to many cytoplasmic enzyme reactions, including those connected with cell replication. From these studies it has been seen that these effects can be obtained from low intensity electromagnetic waves (under 1 watt) and specific frequencies (within the range of 1 Hz to 50
MHz). Along this line, preliminary observations performed in vitro have shown alterations of the cell
morphology, the halt to proliferation, fusion, and necrosis in lymphoblastoid cell lines and some
neoplastic lines subjected to specifically modulated electromagnetic radiation. (

Dr. Daniel Benor, a physician in Britain who runs the Doctor-Healer Network in the UK, has completed interesting meta-analyses of studies on healers. He reviewed the world literature on scientific studies of healers, and found more than 150 controlled experiments examining the effects of healers on different biological and physical systems under laboratory conditions. Half of these studies showed statistically significant results where the viability or well-being of an organism or distinct changes in a biological system were recorded following "therapeutic touch".
The experiments showed effects on water, on crystallization of ice, on enzyme activities, on bacterial, fungal, and yeast growth, on plant growth, on bacterial motility, on skin-wound healing with mice, and many more examples. Documented evidence for healing effects in humans also cover a wide range of conditions including changes in blood cell count and hemoglobin levels, acceleration of skin-wound healing, hypertension and blood pressure, asthma and bronchitis, nearsightedness, epilepsy, leukemia, tension headache, post-operative pain, neck and back pain, anxiety, personal relationships . . . the list of studied conditions is long and includes many cases with significant results under well-controlled circumstances. The report reflects studies done all over the world, in different cultures, involving many different belief systems about healing. Healing is clearly an empirical phenomenon with a wealth of documented supporting evidence.