Researchers in the lab of Prof. Dr. Michael A. Persinger at Laurentian University in Ontario, Canada, have conducted a study to research the efficacy of Ms. Palucki’s method for healing trauma from sexual, psychological and physical abuse. To conduct this Ms. Palucki spent several weeks in Sudbury, Ontario in 2017. People with trauma resulting from psychological, physical and sexual abuse participated in the study and received a session of the Palucki Method. Using standardized psychometric measures, so-called Profile of Mood States POMS-SF and specific Q&As as well as electroencephalography, it was investigated how participants responded to receiving the treatment and how it affected their wellbeing.
Results show significant as well as highly significant decreases on the scales of Tension-Anxiety, Depression-Dejection, Confusion-Bewilderment and Fatigue. Q&As which were taken on average 5 weeks after the treatment show substantial onsets of motivation and new orientation. Publication in a science journal is being projected.
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.
Besides that and not connected to the Trauma Study, various experiments were done and data was collected from Ilona’s brain using EEG, measuring biophoton emissions from her body, head and hands, as well as experiments with cancer cells.
Analysis of the large body of data of the trauma study is ongoing and publication is expected not before late 2018. it is forbidden to release any data-results prior to publication, however, it can be already stated that the wellbeing of the participants clearly displayed improvements on a significant level.
Note from the editor: Due to data protection obligations we are not allowed to take or show photographs with participants.