Several studies have been undertaken to investigate Ilona Palucki’s healing work.
Researchers from Laurentian University, in Ontario, Canada, have conducted a study to research the efficacy of Ms. Palucki’s method for healing trauma from sexual abuse. Ms. Palucki treated people suffering from trauma resulting from psychological, physical and sexual abuse with the Palucki Method. Before and after the treatment psychological measures were taken using standardized psychometric questionnaires, so-called Profile of Mood States, as well as electroencephalography measures of their brain-profiles. Further, specifically designed and conclusive Q&As were taken a longer duration after the treatment.
Results show significant as well as highly significant decreases on the scales of Tension-Anxiety, Depression-Dejection, Confusion-Bewilderment and Fatigue as well as a large increase of general wellbeing. Additionally, Q&As which were taken on average 5 weeks after the treatment show substantial increases of self-worthiness, motivation and onsets of a fundamental new orientation of life. (See more in the ‘Media’ section.)
The pure Palucki Method is based on advanced psycho-logic means and on the body’s and soul’s own healing response. The method doesn’t require extra-ordinary abilities of consciousness that exceed the frame that is currently accepted by the mainstream of science.
Ms. Palucki has acquired strong abilities through many years of training. Therefor, additional studies and experiments were also undertaken to investigate and advance the understanding of such abilities. Dr. Michael A. Persinger’s Consciousness Research Lab at Laurentian University is one of the world’s most renowned science labs for research in this area. One study documents the healing of an acute and serious depression using simultaneous measurements of brain-activity of both the client and Ms. Palucki. The results have been presented at The Science of Consciousness Conference 2016 in Tucson, Arizona (see more in section ‘Media’).
The scientist Mandy Scott M.A. wrote:
The knowledge and wisdom of the Shaman-Healer is an integral part of ancient as well as modern Indigenous society. Although the methods and mechanisms by which the healer operates may appear elusive, recent advancements in technology have made it possible to measure the significant fluctuations of subtle energy involved in the healing response observed in the individual receiving treatment (Radin et al, 2008). Moreover, the ability of the healer to become coherent with the one receiving treatment has also been clearly demonstrated (Hunt, 1989; Ventura, Saroka & Persinger, 2014). These discoveries reveal the critical role of intention and awareness, as well as the energetic nature, of the healing process.
Ilona Palucki’s ability to assess the body’s energy to reveal, and then heal, the areas associated with trauma involves remote viewing the inside of the body. This is a remarkable and intuitive application for a technique I have studied extensively in the lab (Scott & Persinger, 2013a, 2013b). In this way the IP Breathing Technique for healing trauma involves a synthesis of spiritual and psychological approaches to healing and it is rooted in simple and pragmatic Indigenous wisdom centered on wholeness, balance, and the interaction of the mind, body, heart and spirit.
Anecdotally, I must say, I have witnessed firsthand the effects of Ilona’s healing abilities, from relatively benign symptoms (e.g. nail biting) to much more complex and severe cases (e.g. healing depression), and the results are robust and conspicuous. I look forward to an opportunity to have Ilona visit the laboratory to complete experiments that will reveal further the interaction of subtle energies in her important work of healing trauma and abuse.
Mandy A. Scott, MA , PhD Candidate
Consciousness Research Laboratory
Neuroscience Research Group, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Hunt, V. (1989). Infinite Mind: Science of the Human Vibrations of Consciousness. Malibu, CA: Malibu Publishing Company.
Radin, D.; Stone, J.; Levine, E.; Eskandarnejad, S.; Schlitz, M.; Kozak, L.; Mandel ,D.; Hayssen, G. (2008). Compassionate Intention as a Therapeutic Intervention by Partners of Cancer Patients: Effects of Distant Intention on the Patients‘ Autonomic Nervous System. Explore, Vol.4(4), 235-243.
Scott, M.A. & Persinger, M.A. (2013a). Cerebral Activity and Source Profiles Accompanying the Process of Non-Locality, NeuroQuantology, Vol. 11 (3), 1-13.
Scott, M.A.; Persinger, M.A. (2013b). Quantitative Convergence for Cerebral Processing of Information within the Geomagnetic Environment, Journal of Signal and Information Processing, Vol.4(3), 282-287.
Ventura, A.C.; Saroka, K.S.; Persinger, M.A. (2014). Non-Locality changes in intercerebral theta band coherence between practitioners and subjects during distant Reiki procedures, Journal of Nonlocality, 3(1), 1-25.