Scientific poster on Reduction of Pain with Pranic Healing in Geriatric Emergency Department: A Randomized Studywins first place at the Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM) Annual Conference. The poster was presented by Glenn Mendoza, MD at the annual conference in San Diego, CA on November 2, 2016. The research study was performed by nurses and co-authors, Lauren Khalifeh, R.N., and Linda Flar Lund, R.N. at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Patterson, New Jersey.
“This award honors Pranic Healing Research Institute’s (PHRI) progress to advance evidence-based research in Pranic Healing in a clinical setting," Dr. Mendoza said. “We look forward to working collaboratively with AIHM to make integrative patient-centered health a world-wide standard.”
This year PHRI joined AIHM’s Association Leadership Council to actively collaborate on a broad range of Integrative Medicine research and initiatives aimed to transform how we understand health, wellness and disease conditions.
Pranic Healing Instructors Lauren Khalifeh, RN, BSN, HNB-BC and Linda Flar Lund, RN, BSN, HNB-BC are at the epicenter of innovation and research using Pranic Healing to manage patient’s pain, stress and anxiety in the Emergency Department. Their efforts have received both national and international attention in recent years.
On the NBC Nightly News, watch Pranic Healing being used in the Emergency Room and other opioid alternative therapies, Click here to watch the episode.
Meditation on Twin Hearts is an advanced meditation technique aimed at achieving illumination or universal consciousness. It is also an instrument of world and community service that eventually harmonizes the earth by blessing it with loving-kindness, peace, joy and goodwill. Presently being practiced globally by tens of thousands of people
Early in the 17th century, two astronomers competed to describe the nature of our solar system.
Galileo built a telescope and found new planets and moons. Francesco Sizi ridiculed Galileo saying there must be only seven planets. After all, there are seven windows in the head—two nostrils, two ears, two eyes, and a mouth. There are seven known metals. There are seven days in a week named after seven known planets. If we increase the number of planets, he said, the whole system falls apart. Finally, Sizi claimed that because Galileo’s discoveries were invisible to the eye, they must have no influence on the Earth and do not exist.