Bill Bengston | Going Conventional

Going Conventional: Some recent experiments in storing and scaling healing

Bill Bengston

St. Joseph’s University in New York

Two conditions must occur in order to move healing into the mainstream: healing must move from one on one applications (healer/healee) and be made both storable and scalable. There are innumerable experiments demonstrating the storability component using both organic and inorganic materials, but the scalability of healing has remained somewhat elusive. This talk will briefly summarize some experimental work on storability, and then transition to questions of scalability

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Published on February 26, 2024