The Science of Spontaneous Healing
How to Tap Eternal Healing Power Within Us All
The concept of spontaneous healing, often seen as miraculous, inexplicable recoveries, has captivated the scientific and medical community for ages.
It appears counterintuitive to our understanding of chronic and severe diseases. Yet, numerous cases reported worldwide indicate the possibility of our bodies' intrinsic ability to restore health, asserting the power within.
This article will discuss the science behind spontaneous healing and my direct experience. I'll also share three case studies that further illustrate this phenomenon.
Let's dive into helping more of us tap the eternal healing power within us all.
What is Spontaneous Healing?
“Healing yourself is connected with healing others.” — Yoko Ono
Spontaneous healing, also known as spontaneous remission or regression, is an unexpected improvement or cure from a disease that appears to be progressing in severity.
This healing isn't linked to any known medical treatment and usually occurs in patients suffering from severe illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, or autoimmune conditions. Spontaneous healing is often underreported due to its inexplicable nature and rarity.
My Direct Experience
“There is no wound so terrible, no scourge so profound, that it cannot be healed by the power of love.” — Paulo Coelho
In 2005, while training for an Arizona State tennis tournament, I herniated my disk, L4/L5, to be specific. The first pain felt like I had been shot with a large caliber rifle in the lower back. The first shot took me to the ground in excruciating pain.
Over the next year, I did everything I could to stop the pain; doctor consults, physical therapy, and, worst of all, my pain and suffering were so dark, unfamiliar, and profound that I became depressed. I completely lost my way in the business of life, and I haven't touched a tennis racket since the fateful day I fell to the court.