Whole Person Self-Healing: A Science and Art

The Scientific Measurement of “Qi”: Techniques for Qigong Beginners and for Qigong Addiction Therapy

Author(s): Phillip Shinnick

Pp: 95-119 (25)

Doi: 10.2174/9781681082592117010009

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Abstract

Where does Qigong fit into the science system? Qigong is both physical and mental exercise; it does not have a religious component. It differs from psychology because it is both mind and body. Theoretical knowledge has an understanding but has no practice. Religious worship may develop the mind but has no body practice. At its core Qigong is the manipulation of the regulation of the body, breath, and mind into an integrative whole, with the breath as the key regulator practice to make this happen. Measurement of Qigong is provided with a variety of measurements to chemical process, electromagnetism, and cellular pathogens. Research on Qigong, a term used for a variety of traditional Chinese energy exercises, cultivation and therapies (Chen 2003), has occurred primarily in China. A summary of scientific approaches and measurements to Qigong is provided and a reference to the Qigong Institutes’ database of scientific studies. Definition of Qigong and Methodological Restrictions.


Keywords: Addiction therapy, AGA thermogram, Chemical reaction, Diseased states, DNA synthesis, GE micro-pressure detector, Infrasonic sound detectors, Liver cancer, Microwave radiation meter, Qigong definition, Physical/signal.

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