posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 11:05 PM
reply to post by Zorzenon
Well actually there has been some good science investigations of qigong masters but still qigong can not really be pinned down.
Here's a lot of qigong research on nuclear radiation, etc.
But actually qigong master Chunyi Lin says that the book "The Holographic Universe" is an accurate model for how qigong works.
Anyway if you want more examples of other similar healing visions:
Here's a presentation the author did on youtube:
And if you read then read this book:
Or you can watch this interview with the author:
Those are some examples describing the holographic model.
Still from my own research qigong is definitely not based on Western science. In fact to be a healing master requires a high level of morality --
since the spiritual world is very dangerous and the energy is very subtle.
As Chunyi Lin says the deeper you go into the emptiness the more power you have.
I have my own model based on nonwestern music harmonics as I discovered for my masters thesis research that yang is the Pythagorean harmonic music
ratio 2:3 while yin is the music ratio 3:4 -- this means that yin and yang do not rely on commutative math. Western science is based on symmetric
math -- one to one correspondence of geometry and number whereas in nonwestern healing -- be it Pythagorean or the Bushmen or the three gunas of India
or yin-yang and emptiness -- it's complementary opposites. So in nonwestern music the harmonic intervals C to G are 2:3 while G to C is 3:4 so that
G x C does not equal G x C but in Western math the commutative property is relied on -- A x B = B x A.
Science can provide a rough model but there's some anomalies -- for example the weak force has left-hand asymmetry -- and this does give a clue about
how the electromagnetic is connected to fusion. Piezonuclear or sonofusion is the best model in science that I've found -- utilizing ultrasound
cavitation. I have a blog on my qigong research naturalresonancerevolution.blogspot.com...