It’s the ultimate solution in healthcare for those who, for whatever reason, are unable to go to a practitioner’s office: distance healing. Perhaps weather, mobility problems, gas prices or lack of a babysitter prevent you from traveling when necessary for a treatment. Rather than miss a scheduled appointment, distance healing can enable a person to carry on with regular therapy or other procedures and remain at home. Ideal as well in minor emergencies not requiring an ER visit, this form of alternative medicine can reduce congestion of waiting rooms, not to mention the accompanying anxiety.
For a practitioner of distance healing, the possibility is opened up for working with patients who are far from their location and unable to make such a trip. The distance healer may also be able to work around a schedule with greater flexibility, as in the case of patients on shift work or in different time zones. In some situations, a patient may wish to consult someone who is either very well-known in a particular field such as pediatric allergies, and lives/works in a center in another country. Requiring a family not only to journey countless miles, at great expense, but to stay there for days, would be quite a hardship. Distance healing, in such a case, is a better option.
Of course, many will ask, point-blank, does it work? Dr. Joie P. Jones, of University of California at Irvine, has conducted extensive, long-term studies of distance healing, including by use of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). He has amassed a creditable amount of evidence indicating the validity of this modality. (See http://www.heart-to-hearthealing.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/ScienceHealing.349150701.pdf). Dr. Jones has conducted numerous experiments involving mainly pranic healing over distances and has found results even on tissue cultures in labs.
Different forms of healing may be performed over distances. One of the most well-known is spiritual, or through prayer. Often a patient is not even aware anyone is praying for their recovery, and yet a healing is found to take place regardless. Other varieties include quantum reflex analysis, which is frequently now being conducted over either phones or internet (note: QRA is not actually a healing modality but for diagnosis–see LINK); crystal or other energy healing; pranic breathing; imaging; pendulum diagnosis; and Dinshah color healing. Some also claim that use of a surrogate, as a stand-in for a patient, can be effective when such techniques requiring hands-on treatment are necessary as with reiki or acupressure. In these instances the surrogate is usually a twin or other close relative, if not a very gifted empathetic healer, even the practitioner giving the treatment.
Want more information on distance healing in the Los Angeles area? (Or, as some jokers may suggest, does it matter where you are?) Check out this link:
http://www.alternativesforhealing.com/cgi_bin/practitioner_county_city_results.php?search=Los Angeles&type=COUNTY &BillState=California&therpyID=121