While the workings of Reconnective Healing® and The Reconnection cannot be clearly explained by our current science, scientists are excited by the ways in which Reconnective Healing® seems to be unique. Scientific research has shown that Reconnective Healing® is very different from Reiki and other types of energy healing in various ways. There are still many unanswered questions, but here are some of the results that have been obtained so far:
Reconnective Healing® triggers significant changes in brain activity (via EEG scans) and heart activity (via ECG scans) of both practitioner and patient during healing sessions. In particular the practitioner's ECG scan affects the patient's EEG scan.
They have also measured changes in levels of gamma radiation absorption during sessions. Normally the body emits a harmless low level of gamma radiation due to the presence of potassium in the soft tissues. In Reconnective Healing® sessions, both the practitioner and the patient absorb it. Separate research into various systems of bioenergy healing has shown a link between absorption of gamma radiation and healing.
Other measurement studies confirm that Reconnective Healing® practitioners emit and transmit an increased amount of light and other electromagnetic frequencies around their bodies. Reconnective Healing® practitioners can turn the frequencies on, increasing the amplitude and oscillation of magnetic frequencies around their bodies. These changes have been measured in the laboratory.
In lab studies, Reconnective Healing® practitioners have been shown to affect changes in DNA, helping plants to heal after being 'shocked' or damaged.
The Reconnective Healing® frequencies are strong and palpable. They can normally be felt through physical sensation tests and have been proven to be real in double blind, randomized studies.
Other tests involving random event generators have shown that the Reconnective frequencies bring harmony to chaos. In the presence of these healing frequencies, unusual organized patterns occur in the normally random output of the machines.