How does group distance healing happen and what are the effects?

In order to understand how both the biofield and physical body of participants can change despite being thousands of miles away from the healer, an integrative quantum biological model is required.


The quantum field also consists of waves and particles and therefore the notions of vibration and frequency discussed in the biofield model are relevant. However, the quantum model supports nonlocality through key features of a quantum system namely entanglement, tunneling and superposition. Non-local here means interactions between events are too far apart in space and too close together in time to be connected- even by signals moving at the speed of light.


Bell’s Theorem demonstrates that waves within quantum fields can transmit information across any distance with no dissipation, refraction, interference or information decay. This essentially means information is neither transmitted nor received as there is no distance or time implying that quantum information is omnipresent.


What is determined as the outcome of any experiment or study then, is infact just a dynamic and reductionist observation of infinite possibilities mediated through consciousness and the filter of identity and environment.




Wave activity, microtubules, fractals and neurology

Wave activity has a subsequent effect on the human biofield and directly on our neurological processing because of the presence of tiny pillar-like structures inside neurons called microtubules which are structured in a fractal like pattern and vibrate at a quantum scale generating quantum fields (Hameroff et al 2002, Havelka et al 2011).




Fractals are structures that are neither two-dimensional nor three-dimensional but are instead some fractional value in between.


In mathematics, fractals emerge as beautiful patterns that repeat themselves infinitely, generating what is seemingly impossible: a structure that has a finite area, but an infinite perimeter.



Wave activity has a subsequent effect on the human biofield and directly on our neurological processing because of the presence of tiny pillar-like structures inside neurons called microtubules which are structured in a fractal like pattern and vibrate at a quantum scale generating quantum fields. Researchers have found that this quantum vibration correlates with synaptic and membrane activity in the brain. As such quantum fields and quantum field work such as group healing could be directly influencing the frequency of microtubule activity.

Researchers have found that this quantum vibration correlates with synaptic and membrane activity in the brain (Hameroff & Penrose, 2014).


As such, quantum fields and quantum field work such as GH could be directly influencing the frequency of microtubule activity. This also infers that DNA is quantum in nature.


Whilst each double helix is covered in hydrogen bonds that determine structure and function, each hydrogen bond contains a proton.


In the biofield model, protons jump- inducing energy transfer from lower to higher states and corresponding frequency shifts.



However, in the quantum model, there is no jump or transfer because these protons are inherently entangled (Tu et al 2020).


Furthermore, they exhibit quantum tunneling whereby they move through physical matter faster than the speed of light. Entangled particles are so closely connected that there is no need for communication; they can be thought of as one.


Through proton entanglement hydrogen bonding and therefore the structure and function of DNA is affected. This is a spontaneously occurring state that means the participants' protons are already entangled with the healer’s protons such that there is no transfer or shift in state, there just is. It is almost as if this is a quality of the scalar quantum field (Simidzija et al 2020) which I call ‘the web’ or ‘grid.’


Spontaneous entanglement of protons infers an ever present reality or dimension of interconnectedness through which we separate into identity through our own embodied frequency. This spontaneous entanglement defies physical, temporal and space boundaries and has been described as unity consciousness.


Through proton entanglement hydrogen bonding and therefore the structure and function of DNA is affected.Furthermore, they exhibit quantum tunneling whereby they move through physical matter faster than the speed of light. Entangled particles are so closely connected that there is no need for communication; they can be thought of as one.

One participant in my study into the effects of group distance healing noted her experience of this during the session. She noted that she felt safe enough to release the pain of existential disconnection when she felt herself held in this healing space. Interestingly, she also felt the presence of the ‘net’ or ‘web’ and likened it to the quality of the healer’s presence.


‘There was a net feeling. It was like doing acrobatics inside the deep parts of the field because there is the safety net. It was a ground of Safa’s care and dedication to allowing connection. My heart released pain from disconnection. I am amazed!’




Understanding the role of the healer's field frequency

I suggest the healer’s presence supports access to the net / grid because the healer is the grid and the grid is the healer at a frequency level. The participant also is, but has a varying depth of capacity to resonate as such with conscious awareness.


Entangled protons create entangled fields that exhibit shared coherence and correlation that is independent of distance and time (Leder 2005).


The healer can feel this pattern emerging in the field through their own interoceptive depth and can use the vast amounts of quantum information transmitted through vibration, to support healing (Hyland 2003, Plankar & Jerman 2013).


In fact, anything can be accessed anywhere. Instructions can be conscious or unconscious, they can be metabolic or relational.


Profound healing can occur when participants find themselves feeling at levels they would not typically believe is possible. This often creates a feeling of deep awe and wonder.


Below are some examples of participants in a quantum group healing field experiencing their own DNA helix structure altering and responding to them.




Assumptions of a quantum biofield model

1) The first assumption is that the quantum field and all corresponding information contained and available within wave formations is mediated somehow by consciousness as a self organising intelligence. this means what is utilised during any process is what is required for levels of intelligence that support human healing and health optimisation. This is known as emergence (Mayr 1982, 2004, Clayton & Davies 2006) and is suggested to be the epicentre of human-development focus (Beckermann et al 2011, Witherington 2011).


2) There is also an assumption that information and intelligence somehow is always correct or useful because quantum field activity in tubules correlates with positive neurological processing. The questions then remain, can quantum field activity or information corrupt as much as it can heal? What is it that mediates the level or depth of intelligence accessed in any one moment? I suggest this process of self-generating insight is mediated by our own individual embodied consciousness (Boga 2021).


3) An integrated quantum model in the context of group distance healing relies on achieving stable coherence between two quantum systems for a period long enough to make physical observations. However, one study has found that it is impossible to maintain coherence for long periods of time because entangled fields are highly unstable and prone to disruption from even the smallest of influences (McLaren et al 2014). This leaves open the question of how a group healing session and field coherency can last for 45 minutes or longer.



How frequency affects physiological structures of the body


My own view is, rather than the longevity of coherency influencing the outcome (this concept is inherently reliant on the construct of time), that infact quantum field coherence is maintained when the frequency is upheld, such that physical properties of the field begin to alter and consequently are felt in real time by participants within their body.


This is my experience of what happens during group healing and it is supported by the scientific discovery that in high frequency states a phenomenon known as Bessel beams activate in the quantum field (Chen et al 2015).


These are beams of light that can actually penetrate physical tissue and reform themselves- even after passing through physical matter.


In high frequency states a phenomenon known as Bessel beams activate in the quantum field (Chen et al 2015). These are beams of light that can actually penetrate physical tissue and reform themselves- even after passing through physical matter.

Bessel beams generated by high frequency vibration penetrate physical tissue without dispersing or diffracting (Chen et al 2015).



Participants involved in my group healing study describe the physical changes they experience in their own body:

Studies have found that when particles are grouped together, entanglement lasts longer. Perhaps then, given we consist of fields, waves and particles, the same can be said for people.


When particles are grouped together, entanglement lasts longer. Perhaps then, given we consist of fields, waves and particles, the same can be said for people.

I suggest the notion of temporality is somewhat misleading given the quantum field transcends time and space. Coherence is always available, a notion based on the phenomenon of quantum superposition. Quantum superposition is the discovery that a quantum field can exist in several separate quantum states simultaneously. (Romero-Isart et al 2010).


What is more important is not what happens, because in the depth of stillness in the grid nothing is actually observed to be happening, it is just a quality of stillness and peace.

What is happening is therefore merely what is observed to be happening and therefore in the quantum model what is observed is perhaps also what is created.


This can be seen in Jung’s (1961) essay:


‘We are still a long way from understanding what it signifies that nothing has any existence, unless some small - and oh, so transitory - consciousness has become aware of it.’





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