Can biofield science account for the phenomenon of group distance healing?

The biofield (also called energy field, aura) is a massless electromagnetic field that surrounds and permeates all living structures (Funk & Ozkucur 2009, Kreitzer & Saper 2015, Rubik et al 2015 ) including the human body and organs.

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Biofield medicine (also called energy medicine, energy healing) is typically practiced using direct therapeutic touch, known as palpation, to diagnose imbalances and enhance endogenous energy flow.


These systems are all governed by biofield activity such as fluidic systems (craniosacral therapy and osteopathy through the direction of cerebrospinal fluid flow, lymph and blood) and neurological systems (transcranial intervention, hypnosis, CBT) as well as visceral systems (chiropractic work, somatic integration involving organs, bones, fascia).


Biofield medicine can also include energy work that targets meridians, chakras (acupuncture, reiki, distant healing).


Kimiya Healing uses a non local method that requires no physical contact whatsoever!


Studies show that biofield activity is responsible for internal homeodynamics and intra cellular healing processes (Pierce, 2007, Jain & Mills, 2009, Rubik et al 2015, Yang et al 2020) and subsequently is a key factor in holistic wellbeing.


The biofields’ electromagnetism arises because of the existence and activity of waves and particles which exhibit properties of vibration and spin respectively. Wave vibration is represented by the field vectors (E and H) which arise when an electric field (red) and magnetic field (blue) are mutually induced. This wave structure can be seen repeatedly in nature at a microcosmic space in our DNA and a cosmic scale in the structure of the dual torus


The human biofields’ electromagnetism arises because of the existence and activity of waves and particles which exhibit properties of vibration and spin respectively.

Fig. 1: Wave composition and vibrational field vector and structure of the DNA double helix and dual torus




Participants themselves, have reported being able to feel subtle wave activity (to varying degrees based on their depth of interoception).


Notice below, waves are felt in mitochondria, the spine, the womb and biofield.




Figure 2: Participants report feeling wave like movements and energy directly, during Kimiya Healing's group sessions




The role of the healer in the biofield model

The healer’s biofield is an energetic fractal that consists of waves and particles that generate electricity and electromagnetism.


As positively charged protons spin in the healer’s highly energised and magnetic field, they draw in particles that exist in lower energy states which receive a proton and become more positively charged. As this happens the whole system’s electromagnetic activity increases, wavelengths in the field shorten and the frequency of the whole field starts to increase.


As participant’s individual biofield constitute the whole, their biofield frequency increases by the degree to which their particles accept or receive a charged proton.


The healer’s role then, is to embody the frequency that is required by the group field in order to generate intelligent wave functions that either initiate or collapse processes that are activating or impeding health of the whole field.


The healer’s role is to embody the frequency that is required by the group field in order to generate intelligent wave functions that either initiate or collapse processes that are activating or impeding health of the whole field.

As all particles are collapsed wave functions they can be opened and collapsed indefinitely due to the fractal nature of the particle-wave-field relationship.


This means healing can go on infinitely as more information pertaining to molecular healing processes is made available.


Figure 3: Sacred flower of life geometric reality whereby each mathematical point is infinitely unfolding and radiating outwards




Assumptions and limitations of the biofield model

Studies show that frequencies can be actively altered to produce synchronised field resonance (Rein 2004) which in turn supports intra cellular level repair and enhances chromosome folding and transcription (Funk & Ozkucur 2008, Zhao & Zhan 2012, Bischof & Del Giudice 2013. The main mechanism is through providing specific instructions related to intracellular repair and homeostatic processes.


Studies show that frequencies can be actively altered to produce synchronised field resonance

This would assume that the main mechanism of mediation between the biofield and the brain is biochemical and therefore all participants would have similar physiological response; whilst this does seem to happen, the degree to which it is observed and reported on is reliant on personal depth of interoception.


The biofield model in my view, overemphasizes the role of the healer’s own bio field by assuming the main mechanism of information transmission is dependent on the field shifting into a more energised state when the emphasis in my view needs to be on not the amount of energy but rather, the frequency of vibrational field vectors.


The greatest challenge to the biofield model when it comes to explaining mechanisms of group distance healing is that electromagnetic waves decay and dissipate over long distances which would make group distance healing theoretically impossible.


I suggest that in order to account for the key phenomenon of nonlocality, we need to go deeper than the biofield paradigm. It's useful but it's time that we stepped into an integrated quantum somatic perspective.



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