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After 5:00 P.M. on December 9 had passed, the scientists in Beijing extracted the radioactive americium 241 from the positron physics lab and sent it to laboratory number 3 of the High Energy Physics Institute, seventeen kilometers away. The results showed that there was only a very slight change, and the researchers were not too satisfied. For this reason, Yan Xin tried this experiment again on June 6, 1991, from 8:00 to 11:00 A.m. and June 7, 8:00 to 11:00 A.M. On the second day (June 7), the americium 241 underwent a massive change of ten percent! Another type of experiment, designed to measure energy fields, is also very interesting. What we refer to here as an energy field is not of the magnetic fields or gravitational fields in space, but rather the "chi fields" created when Yan Xin or other psychic masters (or chi gong masters) give lectures with emitted chi. When members of the audience at such lectures feel the influence of the chi field, some of them may be cured of their diseases or have their conditions improved, while some people shout or cry, sway or move around, and some people confined to wheelchairs even get up and walk again. (Such cases are reported in more detail in the next chapter.) The scientific community in China thinks these chi fields are strange. Are the effects psychological, or do they come from the chi? To seek the answer to this question, they did some experiments. Wang Yaolan and Lu Zuyin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences' High Energy Physics Institute have done many such experiments. They invited Yan Xin to give a lecture, with emitted chi, at the Political Institute in Beijing. Wang Yaolan brought a lithium fluoride [LiF (Mg, Ti)] heat-releasing light detector of a type usually used for measurement of radiation dosage. The idea was to check the indicator to see if it responded to the chi field. The result was that, by the end of the three-hour-and-ten-minute lecture with emitted chi, the instrument registered a very strong response to the chi field. In October 1987, they took measurements at four different lectures with emitted chi by Yan Xin, at different places, and also did similar tests on two other chi gong masters. An gave the same result. This shows that chi gong energy fields have an objective reality. The technique of "field creation" used by chi gong masters for group chi gong practice or healing, also has an objective basis. In this "field creation" practice or healing technique, chi gong masters use mind power to compress an area or group of people in some way (or treat them as one person), to gain more access to the immediate environment at that moment. Then the masters send their energy to the entire group, and it is said that they achieve their results more easily in this way. This is a Chinese chi gong technique for using mind power to influence an area, often applied in lectures with emitted chi. These scientific experiments not only advance our knowledge, they also provide an answer to those who have their heads in the sand and try to deny chi gong and psychic phenomena!
Hai Deng Fa Shi (Hoi Theng Fatt Si) was a Northern Shaolin master of the most recent times. Because of frequent illness when he was a child, he took up Shaolin Kungfu to improve his health. Later he became a monk. His specialties include the Shaolin arts of Two-Finger Zen and Plum-Flower Formation. For his martial art training, the Venerable Hai Deng literally stood vertically upside-down on two fingers for hours. His two fingers were so powerful that he could pierce through buffalo's hide with just one jab. When a Japanese master mentioned that Shaolin Kungfu could no longer be found in China, the Venerable Hai Deng cme out from his self imposed retreat to demonstrate genuine Shaolin arts. He was invited to become the kungfu grandmaster at the Shaolin Monastery in Henan Province. Perhaps due to policy differences, the Venerable Hai Deng later resigned from the monastery, where today modern wushu rather than traditional Shaolin Kungfu is taught, though not inside the monastery itself but in the numerous wushu schools around the monastery and often conducted by monastery monks. One of Hai Deng Fa Shi's distinguished disciples is the great chi kung master, Yan Xin, considered by the present Chinese government as a national treasure.