by Julie Jara
Why do we ingest poisons to get well? It seems counter-intuitive at best. We’ve become so desensitized by our no-pain-no-gain attitudes that the onslaught of elective surgeries and pharmaceuticals with frightening repercussions don’t cause us to bat an eye. But when we mention the word “healer,” eye rolling and images of flowing robes, crystals, incense and wands ensue. This skewed perception leads us to accept temporary, often counterproductive, treatment over actual healing.
We need to understand that the body heals itself. For example, a cast on a broken ankle allows it to be protected while the bone repairs itself. The philosophy behind Reconnective Healing® (RH) stems from this concept that true healing is recovery: a return to an optimal state of balance, health and vitality. Prescriptions, implants and chemical injections can cover up symptoms, but they don’t correct the root of an ailment. Reconnective Healing is a new approach to healthcare that utilizes elements at hand in our natural environment. RH focuses on the direction of light, energy, and vibration as components of healing that can return us to balance from physical and mental ailments: cancers, AIDS-related diseases, epilepsy, rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, chronic fatigue and emotional affliction.
Call it natural or alternative healing, but in the end, Reconnective Healing is healthcare – not magic. “Most doctors don’t light a candle or look at your chakras before they treat you,” explains Eric Pearl. “They don’t wave their hands around you to ward off evil because that has nothing to do with most medical practices. Science and health do not have emotions. There isn’t good and evil in science, and today’s healers no longer need to do these things either. What we do has nothing to do with faith, hope or belief. It just is.”
Reconnective Healing isn’t a theology but a branch of medical science. In a study conducted by Gary Schwartz, Ph.D., Lab Director of Advances in Consciousness and Health at the University of Arizona, researchers measured the longevity of four groups of leaves that had been taken from the same tree. The control leaves were left to die naturally, and they perished in 3-12 days. The second set of leaves had gone through sessions of Reiki, and they displayed a quick start to recovery, even becoming greener, but this faded quickly. The third set went through Qi Gong, and while recovery started more slowly than with Reiki, the leaves stayed vibrant for a longer time. However, when Reconnective Healing was applied to the fourth set, the healing began quickly, some leaves regenerating roots, and their life-spans lasted up to 90 days.
This distinguished ability to heal takes approximately five days to acquire. In another study conducted by Dr. Schwartz, participants were blindfolded as RH Frequencies were applied to their hands. Using Reconnective Healing, the practitioner moved his hands over the subject without physically touching him, and the recipient was asked to determine by “feeling” whether the frequencies were applied to his left or right hand. On the first day, recipients were able to determine the correct hand at a 65% accuracy rate. By the fifth day, however, the accuracy rate had grown to 95%. This apparent learning curve further determines the presence of healing energy, because only something of substantial existence can be learned over time.
The most astonishing thing about Reconnective Healing, however, is not its proven ability to heal, but how easily it can be learned. The gift of Reconnective Healing has been taught to more than 100,000 people in over 75 countries. A two-part training program allows for participants to discover and explore RH Frequencies and even open up their own healing facilities. This growing society has been featured on CNN, The Dr. Oz Show, and in the New York Times.
The beauty of Reconnective Healing lies in its simplicity and the fact that anyone can access this gift of healing. We don’t need to drain our bank accounts or develop dependencies on external substances. We can acquire and give the ability to think more clearly, have greater range in motion, and obtain athletic peak performance by enrolling in a training program. This summer, Dr. Eric Pearl and the Reconnective Healing teaching team will be in Sydney from July 22-26. They’ll be hosting a 5-day comprehensive training program at the InterContinental Sydney. Night one features three and a half hours of presentation, discussion, and demonstrations on the science of Reconnective Healing. This is followed by two days of Level I training, wherein participants learn to work with the frequencies themselves. Level II is advanced training to become a Foundational Practitioner.