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A Scientific Explanation of Energy Healing

​Energy healing has become a preferred thing to improve your health and wellbeing, however, is there any science to back up this practice? It seems that science will prove the effectiveness of energy healing.

A study conducted in 2013 by researchers from the University of Arizona found that 10 minutes of energy healing was as effective as a 10-minute physical therapy manipulation.

(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24327820)

That particular study didn’t verify the mechanism by which this kind of therapy works. However, many scientists have put forth theories. Bruce Lipton, a cell biologist, and professor at the National Institutes of Health, Stanford University, and the University of Wisconsin suggests that quantum physics can help us understand energy healing.

​He suggests that once 2 energy sources become entangled with each other, they affect each other.

And this effect can be positive or negative.

With energy healing, the interaction becomes positive and may result in healing. This concept in physics is known as “entanglement”.

chakra energy healing

​While it should appear abstract in energy healing, there are some examples of how this works that are more concrete.

For example, once heart cells are cultured with a Petri dish, they'll all begin to beat in a similar rhythm even if they're not touching.

Their proximity is enough to share the energy fields and start to beat in unison.

This conjointly happens with pendulums that begin moving at different times. Eventually, they'll all begin to swing at an identical time.

With energy healing a practitioner is working on a client, their energy becomes entangled and the practitioner can work to create a positive connection that leads to peace, relaxation, and healing.

In order for this to work the client also has to be open to the experience so that the energy work can be done

And what’s even more interesting, you don’t even need to be in the same physical space for the energy entanglement to occur.


​Energy healing can be practiced in many different ways. Acupuncture, Reiki, and Qigong Qi are all examples of using energy to create harmony in the body.

They work in different ways, but all depend on improving the energy systems of the body to improve wellness.

If you’re interested in harnessing the power of energy healing, it helps to have a practitioner to guide you through the process.

 However, you can also participate in activities such as meditation practicing gratitude to begin to draw more positive energy into your life.

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