DISTANT HEALING: A BRIDGE OF INTENTION AND COMPASSION
Possibly the most intriguing area of healing is that of the distance between the healer and healee (or patient). Over the past decades some scientists have referred to this as the “nonlocal gap”, a spatial separation that can seemingly be bridged by the intentions, empathetic wishes, and compassionate thoughts or prayers of a healer. It remains an area of great mystery.
A growing body of empirical evidence now suggests that human consciousness is nonlocal - it is not confined to specific points in space, such as brains or bodies, or specific moments in time, such as the present. Throughout history, what are commonly called spiritual experiences involve a similar motif of experience: the felt transcendence of space and time and a sense of unity with all there is. Evidence for nonlocal consciousness can be found in distant cell-to-cell, organ-to-organ, and person-to-person interactions.
Many of the scientific experiments in which I participated were designed to test my ability to influence distant biological targets such as blood cells and cancer cells. Interestingly the results were sometimes better at a distance than when the ‘target’ in close proximity.
In other tests I influenced the brainwaves of someone sitting in another room. During one of these experiments at the University of California, I was asked to interact with Professor Fred Lorenz. He was in a different part of the building but reported that, “the correspondences between Matthew’s EEG and my own were most dramatic. It was not limited to short-term displays - such correspondences could be seen throughout the record.”
The results of these tests offer a scientific validation to my ability to influence biological or living targets at a distance - even if the mechanics are not understood - and when I now practice distant healing it is no different to what I did in a laboratory. It is a conscious act during which my intent is to benefit the physical and/or emotional well-being of another person wherever they may be.
With eyes closed, I fall into my breathing and become aware of the beat of my heart. I feel that I am floating or hovering - words I have sometimes use in my global healing meditations. My body slows down as I find a resting place and my awareness of the external environment recedes.
I familiarise myself with the names of people on my distant healing list before starting and whilst I may know some of these people, most of them I don’t. Sensations of light, care, concern, compassion, quickly arise as I gently focus on a healing intent.
I become aware of their energies “out in the ethers” - as if we are joining in that nonlocal space. I see faces that are probably of those to whom I’m sending healing. Often one face fades away only for another to come to my attention - sometimes I see groups of people and faces. I have a strong sense of holding space for healing beyond our understanding of time and space.
My hands feel hot and tingling as I float in this transcendent space of peace, love, healing and compassion for all those in need. The external environment in which I’m physically seated has melted away and time cannot be measured.
Many of those to whom I have been sending distant healing report that they have experienced almost exactly the same sensations. I believe that in some way I am channelling and directing a universal, unconditional love during this time of distant healing.
Science states that it can only accept that which can be measured and quantified yet it has never succeeded in doing this with love. But we don’t deny love simply because science is unable to compute it. Each day we see it’s influence and impact in our lives. And so it is with healing.
I receive daily requests for distant healing which is available from the subscription pages of this website for just £5 per month. (You also then have access to all my meditations and videos and Global Healing Events.) Some people add their own name to my distant healing list whilst others ask for healing on behalf of a friend or loved one.
It’s always wonderful to receive feedback and there are numerous success stories on my Distant Healing page. Recently someone added their cousin’s name, explaining that “she has terminal cancer”.
“Thank you so very much for adding her to the list for healing”, she wrote last week. “I have just spoken to her and her consultant was amazed at the results of her blood tests which seem to be normal!!! She is still to have a scan but this is very encouraging news. Also she didn’t complain of pain. Thank you so much”.
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Healing Works At A Distance
It's wonderful to get positive feedback from those on my distant healing list, which you can find on my Healing Community pages, and this week I've been sent two interesting stories.
One lady on my list suffers from age-related macular degeneration (AMD), an eye disease that can blur the sharp, central vision needed for activities such as reading and driving. Her treatment involves an injection into her eye every 12 weeks.
"This last time it went horribly wrong and a massive infection took over my eye, causing incredible pain and loss of sight. The hospital have been injecting antibiotics into the eye," she explained.
"Thank you for the amazing distant healing yesterday evening. The heat that came through was so incredible as I tuned in that I could feel myself perspiring through the energy.
"I slept the most peaceful of nights' sleep and my eye now feels much less painful and has lost some of the remnants from the infection."
Someone else had placed their son's name on my distant healing list but wrote to say:
"He is now very much better. I think there probably is no need to continue now. It was amazing to know you were helping at such a difficult time."
Many people believe they have to see me personally to gain benefits but accounts like this demonstrate that healing works beyond our understanding of time and space.
As well as anecdotal evidence, much scientific research has been carried out with distant healing. For example, a French study showed that people could inhibit the growth of a destructive fungus at a distance of 1.5 meters, using only mental intentions. This study was successfully replicated at the University of Tennessee, using the same organism, at distances of one to 15 miles.
“THANK YOU FOR THE DISTANT HEALING …”
I always light a candle during my weekly distant healing session, as do many of those who join me. It provides a focal point symbolising illumination, peace and healing.
It’s humbling to read the messages and notes from those in need of healing and a constant reminder of the challenges faced by so many people in their lives. It invokes a great sense of compassion and healing as I focus on them.
The requests are not always for healing on a physical level - many of life’s trials involve mental, emotional or spiritual storylines. However, the reward is gifted within the feedback from so many of those who partake in my distant healing.
“I have two friends on your distant healing list including a young man who has had real issues with drugs and all sorts. I am so happy to tell you that he has turned his life around, has a job, a girlfriend and is now participating in family life. Truly a miracle.
“My other friend has terminal pancreatic cancer. She looks so well and the inoperable tumour is stable!! Not growing, not shrunk either but they (the doctors) can’t explain it. I just wanted to thank you on behalf of them both.”
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