Conscious and unconscious (psychic) mental healing (MH) has been known since times immemorial [1-3]. There are vast numbers of methods of MH in various countries of the world, practiced by numerous peoples, nationalities and even small ethnic groups. It is estimated that more than 200 different kinds of folk healing methods are known at present  According to the survey data from 1970-1980, from 5 to 38% of people in western countries applied for psychic treatment, most of them women (50-78%). The patients, who were from 40 to 60 years old, requested healing for Chronic diseases rheumatic, neurological and cardiovascular, which accounted for 50% of the cases. Improvement was attained in 31-65%; deterioration was marked in 6%, on average, and in oncological cases in 21% . In recent years, complementary and alternative medicine has grown more popular with the inhabitants of Denmark (up to 18%), Belgium (38%), US (43-69%), Great Britain (60%), and France (75%) . It has become even more popular in Russia, Bulgaria and Brazil, where these methods have been traditional over many generations. In 2001-2004 the circumstance stated above encouraged the European Union in Strasburg to investigate the EUHEAL project on distant healing (no less than 100 km) of patients with chronic weariness syndrome and chemical substances hyper-allergy. Four hundred healers from 21 European countries, each of them having three patients, took part in this triple-blind experiment, the results of which will be published soon, upon completion of the study [8,8a]. In Russia, which is a traditionally religious country, folk healers have rendered medical aid to patients for many years. These healers include in their healing arsenal a centuries-old experience in prayer and spiritual healing, connected with the exorcism and incantation art of Eastern Slavs . A list of the best professionally qualified folk healers, including the names of 275 persons, is presented in the All-Russian International Individual Register of Complementary Medicine for the years 1999-2003. Twenty of them (7.3%) claim the ability to heal at great distances .