RESEARCH STUDIES


The following Future Research Studies are currently in development and in consideration for the 2019-2021 research calendar.

Research Studies are solely underwritten by philanthropic support provided by major donors, partners, members, and the public. Each study will be limited to 10-20 participants*. Participants are not charged to participate in a research study. Two of the following 26 Research Studies in consideration will begin admitting participants once the requisite philanthropic support is in place to commence the studies.


Index of Research Study Categories

A. Rapid Healing Studies
B. Rapid Rehabilitative Studies
C. Rapid Aesthetic Improvement Studies
D. Rapid Anti-Aging Studies
E. Longevity & Quality of Life Studies

Future Research Studies have each been named after an individual participant who experienced measurable improvement in his or her condition. Based on preliminary case studies that demonstrated health benefits, further Research Studies are required to further scientific knowledge, and discover additional potential health benefits.

A. HEALING STUDIES in development eligible for sponsoring or underwriting. 

A1. Rapid Wound Healing Study: The Robert Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate healing effects in the care of slow/non-healing wounds. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to achieve immediate healing effects. (10/20 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

A2. Rapid Burn Healing Study: The Chase Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate healing benefits in the care of participants suffering from burns. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated great promise of SBIs to accelerate the healing of burns and improve the well-being of burn victims. (10/20 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

A3. Rapid Bone Healing Study: The Greg Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate healing effects in hard tissue (bone), post-trauma, or surgery. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated great promise of SBI’s to deliver accelerated healing effects and improved outcomes. (10 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

A4. Rapid Spinal Injury Healing Study: The Chris Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate healing effects in the care of those suffering from spinal injuries. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise of SBIs to improve function and quality of life in women and men suffering from spinal injuries. (10 Participants, M- F) Support This Research Study

A5. Rapid Nerve Damage Healing Study: The Sean‡ Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate benevolent healing effects in those suffering from nerve damage due to trauma and/or surgery. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to improve function and quality of life.  (10/20 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

A6. Rapid Inflammation of the Knee Reduction Study: The Ted Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate inflammatory reduction benefits in the care of participants suffering from swollen and inflamed knees.  Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to immediately reduce inflammation in male and female knees. (10 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

A7. Rapid Circulation Improvement Study: The Freid Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate improvement of circulation to the extremities. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to deliver immediate improvement in circulation to the extremities. (10 Participants, M- F) Support This Research Study

A8. Rapid Spinal Curvature Healing Study: The Danu Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate improvement in the care of those suffering from spinal curvature. The study will include pre-and-post intervention documentation. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to deliver benevolent effects in the care of those suffering from spinal curvature (10/20 Participants, F) Support This Research Study

A9. Rapid Coma Cessation Study: The Pietà Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to achieve cessation in comatose participants.  A preliminary case study demonstrated substantial promise of SBI’s to deliver immediate cessation in the care of a young woman, on a ventilator languishing for several months in a persistent coma.  (10 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

Philanthropists and partners interested in sponsoring or underwriting a Healing Study may contact the Development Office or visit Support A Research Study

B. REHABILITATIVE HEALING STUDIES in development eligible for support

B1. Rapid Rehabilitative Healing Post-Trauma Study: The Stuart Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate rehabilitative healing effects in those injured or disabled by trauma.  Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to achieve immediate rehabilitative healing effects in participants post-trauma. (10 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

B2. Rapid Rehabilitative Healing Post-Surgery Study: The Matthew Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate rehabilitative healing effects post-surgery.  Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to deliver immediate rehabilitative healing effects in participants post-surgery. (10 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

B3. Rapid Healing for the First Responder Study: The Good Samaritan Study: This  study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate healing effects in the care of first-responders, i.e. firefighters, EMT, Law Enforcement, coast guard, and/or ski patrol who have been injured or disabled while in the course of attempting to save a life. (10 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

B4. Rapid Healing for the Olympic Athlete Study: The Asa Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate rehabilitative healing effects post- injury/post-surgery for the Olympic athlete. (10 Participants, M-F, Adult) Support This Research Study

B5. Rapid Healing for the Professional Athlete Study: The Alexei /Sebastian Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver  immediate rehabilitative healing effects in the care of the professional athlete seeking to s accelerate recovery post injury.  75% of the cost of this study will be allocated to underwrite costs associated with providing SBI’s for the wounded, burned, and disabled with priority given to children and Good Samaritans (10 Participants, M-F, Adult) Support This Research Study

Philanthropists and partners interested in sponsoring or underwriting a Rehabilitative Healing Study may contact the Development Office or visit Support A Research Study

C. AESTHETIC / REVISIONARY IMPROVEMENT STUDIES in development eligible for support

C1. Rapid Aesthetic Improvement to the Female Face Study: The London‡ Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate aesthetic improvement to the face. Preliminary studies have demonstrated substantial promise to achieve immediate aesthetic & anti-aging improvement to the appearance of the female face without the inconvenience of down time or bruising. (10 Participants, F) Support This Research Study

C2. Rapid Aesthetic Improvement to the Male Face Study: The Michael Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate aesthetic improvement to the face of male participants. Preliminary studies have demonstrated substantial promise to achieve immediate aesthetic & anti-aging improvement to the appearance of the male face without the inconvenience of down time or bruising. (10 Participants, M) Support This Research Study

C3. Rapid Aesthetic Improvement to the Female Nose Study: The Allison Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate aesthetic improvement to the nose. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to achieve immediate aesthetic improvement to the appearance of the nose with no down time or bruising.  (10 Participants, F, Adult) Support This Research Study

C4. Rapid Aesthetic Improvement to Male Nose Study: The Dominic Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate aesthetic improvement to the nose. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated great promise to achieve immediate aesthetic improvement to the appearance of the nose. (10 Participants, M) Support This Research Study

C5. Rapid Aesthetic Improvement to the Female Jaw line Study: The Gleanne Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate aesthetic improvement to the jawline. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to achieve immediate aesthetic improvement to the appearance of the jawline. (10 Participants, F, Adult) Support This Research Study

C6. Rapid Aesthetic Improvement to the Female Brow Study: The Nancy Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate aesthetic improvement to the brow. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to deliver immediate aesthetic improvement to the appearance of the brow. (10 Participants, F) Support This Research Study

C7. Rapid Aesthetic Improvement to the Female Chin Study: The Joanne Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate aesthetic improvement to the chin. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to deliver immediate aesthetic improvement to the appearance of the chin. (10 Participants, F, Adult) Support This Research Study

C8. Rapid Revisionary Aesthetic Improvement to the Female/Male Nose Study: The Sam/ Samantha Study: Researching and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver immediate revisionary aesthetic improvement to the appearance of participants suffering from the effects of a previous botched procedure to the nose.  Preliminary case studies in the care of men and woman dissatisfied with past outcomes have demonstrated substantial promise to achieve immediate aesthetic revisionary benefits. (10 Participants, M-F) Support This Research Study

Philanthropists and partners interested in sponsoring or underwriting a Rapid Aesthetic Revisionary Healing Study may contact the Development Office or visit Support A Research Study

D. ANTI-AGING STUDIES in development eligible for support

D1. Rapid Anti-Aging for Women Study: The Elle Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) and Practices to deliver immediate anti-aging benefits to the face of the woman.  Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to achieve immediate anti-aging effects in woman. (10 Participants, F) Support This Research Study

D2. Rapid Anti-Aging for Men Study: The Douglas Study: This study will research and document the efficacy of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) and Practices to deliver immediate anti-aging benefits in the face of men.  Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to achieve immediate anti-aging effects (10 Participants, M) Support This Research Study

Philanthropists and partners interested in sponsoring or underwriting an Rapid Anti-Aging Study may contact the Development Office or visit Support A Research Study

E. LONGEVITY & QUALITY OF LIFE STUDIES in development eligible for support

E1. Anti-Aging and Longevity, Quality of Life Study (for Women): The Elizabeth Study: This study will explore the anti-aging and longevity benefits of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions and Practices over the course of three years. This pilot study is limited to 5 women. Support This Research Study

E2. Anti-Aging and Longevity, Quality of Life Study (for Men): The Douglas‡ Study: This study will explore the anti-aging and longevity benefits of non-invasive advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions and Practices over the course of three years. This pilot study is limited to 5 men. Support This Research Study

Philanthropists and partners interested in sponsoring or underwriting a Longevity and Quality of Life Program may contact the Development Office or visit Support A Research Study

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The philanthropic support necessary to commence a future Research Study in development is required to underwrite costs associated with engaging a leading team of healthcare professionals, scientific, health, and legal advisors, as well as other associated costs (i.e. diagnostics, legal, accounting, insurance.)

The names of some participants have been changed to protect the privacy of the individual.

To sponsor the planning and development of a future research study, 50% of the study cost is required. Prior to commencing a research study, 100% of the study cost is required.

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