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Energy Healing

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Energy Healing

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Date: Saturday - August 11, 2007
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Gary Schwartz

Professor of psychiatry and medicine at the University of Arizona, Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D. discussed his most recent research into energy healing.

According to Schwartz, people naturally generate an electromagnetic field whenever any part of the body is put in motion. The energy of this 'electrostatic body motion effect' is not only measurable but can be transferred from one person to another, he noted. As an example, Schwartz shared a story about a woman named Suzanne who was able to take away an injured man's pain simply by passing her hands over his body.

Schwartz also talked about the energy and information transfer that takes place when a patient receives an organ transplant. He believes that all organ systems are capable of storing information (about the person to whom they belong) because of complex 'feedback loops.' When an organ, such as the heart, is transplanted into someone else, Schwartz explained, the recipient's personality can be changed by the information stored on the donor's organ.

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