The Pranic Healing Research Institute (PHRI) is pleased to announce that 8 principal investigators from across the world have received grants to advance Pranic Healing through research.
“We are excited to support the inaugural grant recipients who are focusing on a variety of areas, including physical diseases, basic bench research, and psychosocial issues,” said Dr. Glenn Mendoza, PHRI Chief Medical Director. “By providing these investigators with resources to build meaningful research programs, we are forging the road ahead for scientific and public acceptance of GrandMaster Choa Kok Sui’s Pranic Healing in the years to come.”
The Pranic Healing Research Institute is calling all institutions, organizations, and researchers to submit a research proposal for a mini-grant to advance Pranic Healing using evidence-based research.
The PHRI mission is to deliver quality scientific research and enable practical applications of Pranic Healing to advance health, well-being and quality of life. Pranic Healing is the world’s fastest growing complementary therapy using energy. It is practiced by hundreds of thousands over the whole world.
The grant may be used to complete ongoing research projects or initiate new research projects on Pranic Healing.