Psychosomatic power on ‘in vitro’ cancer cells

Yu, T., et al. (2003). Suppressing Tumor Progression of in vitro Prostrate Cancer Cells by Emitted Psychosomatic Power Through Zen Meditation. The American Journal of Chinese Medicine, 31(3), 499–507. Full text.

Excerpt from the Abstract: Human prostate cancer PC3 cells were treated in vitro with psychosomatic power emitted by a Buddhist-Zen Master. A significant decrease of growth rate was observed. … These observations provide insight into the suppressive effects of healing power through the practice of Buddhist-Zen meditation on tumor progression. The emitted bioenergy may be suggested as an alternative and feasible approach for cancer research and patient treatment.


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