Endorsements – source

[ Medical Research ]
Dr Pearl elicits great interest from top doctors and medical researchers at hospitals and universities worldwide. Eric’s Reconnective Healing & The Reconnection has been extensively researched by Prof Gary E. R. Schwartz Ph.D. and his team at the Human Energy Systems Laboratory at the University of Arizona.

Kirlian Photographs of Eric’s right hand taken by a medical research team (July 1998)







Bioenergtic Studies Conducted on
Reconnective Healing® Practitioners & Those Being Treated

by Gary Schwartz, PhD

A new science is emerging that is changing the traditional understanding of health and healing. The latest scientific research is focusing on experiments, which are quantifying the effects of energy, light and information on human beings. Leading the way are an international team of world-renowned scientists, William Tiller, PhD, Gary Schwartz, PhD, and Konstantin Korotkov, PhD, with their studies of theReconnective Healing Frequencies™, first discovered by Eric Pearl, D.C. The powerful and profound results of this research are attracting the attention of the best and brightest in the scientific community.


Study Of Body’s Energy Changes In Non-Touch Energy Healing 2. Reconnective Healing
Performed On A Subject Suffering From Emaciated Lower Limbs
by Drs. Koji Tsuchiya, Toshiaka Harada, Hiroshi Motoyama

Changes in body’s energetic conditions were measured by the AMI (Apparatus for Meridian Identification) through the three sessions of the Reconnective Healing performed on a subject who had lower limbs emaciated and had been unable to walk for 6 months prior to this study. Before the healing trial, significant Qi-energy deficiencies and left/right imbalances were detected in the subject’s lower body, suggesting a condition in which substantial Qi had shifted to the upper body (+23%) and consequently the Qi in the lower body had been depleted. Similar upper/lower imbalances were detected in the autonomic nervous system function and the body’s protective function, indicating that their activity levels in the lower body were significantly diminished. As the healing sessions progressed, both the Qi-energy deficiencies and left/right imbalances in the lower body were corrected and the normal balance of Qi-energy distribution in the subject’s meridian system was restored. This restoration of Q-energy balance seems to have been realized by redistributing the subject’s own Qi-energy. Concurrently with this replenishment of Qi in the subject’s lower body, the activity levels of both the autonomic nervous system function and the body’s protective function in the subject’s lower body were increased. These results strongly suggest that the functional revitalization in the subject’s body system took place particularly in the lower body as a result of the healing. This study provides support for the reality of Qi-energy adjustment in the so called Non-Touch Energy Healing, despite the absence of the physical interaction between the subject and the healer.

New Approach For Remote Detection Of Human Emotions 
by Drs. Konstantin Korotkov, Dmitry Orlov, Krishna Madappa

Various instrumental methods have been developed for observing human emotions in psychology, the neurosciences, and machine learning studies. These methods are mostly directed to detecting individual, personal emotions. The focus of this study is developing instrumental methods for remote detection of human emotions, both individual and collective. A new antenna device has been added to the Electrophotonic Imaging/Gas Discharge Visualization camera system. Examples of data are explored from a water blessing ritual, healing workshop training, musical performance, geophysical measurements during a solar eclipse, and a shamanic ceremony. These preliminary indications demonstrate a potential for mapping the effects of human emotions. We propose an international collaborative project for a Geoactive Zones Database: developing maps of energy parameters for sacral subjects and a program for study of their influence on the human psycho-physiological condition; in relation with both the environmental situation, and the health and psycho-types of people.

Healing Experiments Assessed With Electrophotonic Camera
by Drs. Konstantin Korotkov, Kimba Arem, Krishna Madappa, Berney Williams, Len Wisneski

During a workshop demonstrating Electrophotonic Imaging based on the Gas Discharge Visualization technique, a series of experiments were conducted using Reconnective Healing, group intention focused on effecting the energy of a vial of water, and a novel use of a didgeridoo for sound therapy. The EPC/GDV techniques show the effects of the healing and group intention activities. In addition, the ambient energetic activity of the workshop room was monitored during various eras, using the new antenna device that has been added to the Electrophotonic Imaging/Gas Discharge Visualization camera system. Interesting variation in the ambient energy was observed among the various eras with different workshop activities.

Comparison of Physical Therapy with Energy Healing
for Improving Range of Motion in Subjects with Restricted Shoulder Mobility

by Drs. Ann Linda Baldwin, Kirstin Fullmer, Gary E. Schwartz

Two forms of energy healing, Reconnective Healing (RH) and Reiki, which involve light or no touch, were tested for efficacy against physical therapy (PT) for increasing limited range of motion (ROM) of arm elevation in the scapular plane. Participants were assigned to one of 5 groups: PT, Reiki, RH, Sham Healing, or no treatment. Except for no treatment, participants were blinded as to grouping. Range of Motion, self-reported pain, and heart rate variability (HRV) were assessed before and after a 10-minute session. On average, for PT, Reiki, RH, Sham Healing, and no treatment, respectively, ROM increased by 12°, 20°, 26°, 0.6°, and 3° and pain score decreased by 11.5%, 10.1%, 23.9%, 15.4%, and 0%. Physical therapy, Reiki, and RH were more effective than Sham Healing for increasing ROM (PT: F = 8.05, P = 0.008; Reiki: F = 10.48, P = 0.003; RH: F = 30.19, P < 0.001). It is possible that this improvement was not mediated by myofascial release because the subjects’ HRV did not change, suggesting no significant increase in vagal activity. Sham treatment significantly reduced pain compared to no treatment (F = 8.4, P = 0.007) and was just as effective as PT, Reiki, and RH. It is the authors’ opinion that the accompanying pain relief is a placebo effect.