26/09/18 | By Maria Barry

Scientists have been researching the relationship between a
patient’s energy fi eld and the onset of cancer for many years.

Back in the 1930s Harold Saxton Burr stated that:

… diseases would show up in the energy fi eld before symptoms of
pathology, such as tumors.

This was confirmed in 1987 when a study showed that:

… the conductance changes in tumors are highly frequency dependant.
Direct measurements showed 6.0-7.5 times higher conductances in tumors compared
to normal tissues (Smith et al 1986). In later stages of both cancer and AIDS,
tissues begin to deteriorate and electrical conductances drop.

Finally in 1996, Brewitt also stated that:

… disease states can be detected by measuring changes in the electrical conductances of tissues making possible early diagnosis and treatments.

James L. Oschman cites these studies and more, and concludes
that life force has not been ruled out as a form of healing in modern research.
Bioenergy fields, he believes, have gone from scientific “nonsense” to a new
and developing subject of biomedical research. Today, the system of Reiki is
commonly listed as a biofield therapy. He goes on to state that cancer is a
whole system phenomena that cannot be understood by examining parts rather than
relationships. Therefore, looking at just the cancer is not the pathway to
prevention or cure. Further research into this discovers that the body has a
correct, or healthy, frequency. This healthy frequency is what we often refer
to as being in a state of balance. James L. Oschman describes the body’s
physiological processes (which are all interconnected and linked) as the
regulation of a whole system.

According to this collection of research, diseases such as
cancer may first become apparent energetically rather than physically. If this
can be dealt with and brought back into balance before the physical body is
affected, a system such as Reiki could be an effective preventative practice. A
Reiki practitioner can sense when the body’s energy is more active in specific
organs or regions. She does not diagnose but allows the body to draw energy
through that area until a sense of balance or calm is realized. She then moves
to the next position on the body where energy is active and drawing. These
basic actions of a Reiki practitioner when put in the light of modern research
may well be a vital preventative measure.

The Brownes Cancer Support Centre 2004 Patient Care Report
stated that its services were primarily used by women (85%) with almost half
having breast cancer. Reiki was the most accessed treatment from all the
therapies on offer. The report’s conclusion was that there was an overall
improvement in both quality of life and symptom distress scores for patients.
There was also an improvement in these areas over the course of the sessions
from treatment 1 to 6.

Another study published in Integrative Cancer Therapies in
2003 by Dr Post-White used healing touch with cancer patients in a randomized
trial. Results showed that a relaxed state was induced, with lowered
respiratory and heart rates and lower blood pressure. The therapies also
reduced short-term pain, mood disturbances and fatigue.

Healing takes place at many levels as everything you are,
and experience, is interrelated. To maintain a high quality of life it is
recommended that you access quality foods, adequate sleep, experience low
stress levels, and address your attitude to life. Reiki is not something
separate from you – it is in you, your environment, your friends and the food
you eat. Coming into balance using Reiki is to come into balance with your

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