Magnetic Field Activity During Healing | Margaret Moga

Studies have noted electric field surges and magnetic field (MF) oscillations in close proximity to the healers’ body, suggesting that electromagnetic field variations may be part of the energy healing mechanism. In a study of Healing Touch practitioners, environmental magnetic field activity significantly increased during the healing sessions, but not during experiments with progressive relaxation or mock healing. A unique magnetic field waveform was observed, which has been reported by other investigators with different magnetometers. The ‘charge-discharge’ nature of energy healing is evident in the magnetic field recordings, and is characteristic of Reichian orgone and human physiology, in general. A dual-level mechanism may account for both local effects and distant, non-local effects of healing.

Margaret Moga Ph.D. is an associate professor of Anatomy, Cell Biology and Physiology at Indiana University School of Medicine. Her research background is the neuroanatomy of circadian rhythms and the central autonomic nervous system. Her research interests include developing scientific measures of ‘energy healing’, the chakras and other bioenergetic phenomena such as kundalini, and studying the exceptional experiences of healers and meditators. As a complement to her research, she has completed training as a practitioner in Healing Touch biofield therapy.

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Published on July 17, 2023