National Geographic Qi Energy

National Geographics: Qi Energy Projection (Li Kongjin) or Hypnotic Suggestion?

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6 Responses to National Geographic Qi Energy

  1. What Dillman said is partially true, though the way he explained it suggests he doesn’t really understand it himself.

  2. wujimon says:

    Hi Chris. Are you talking about the half moon thing? 1 big toe up, the other down? Or the tongue thing? So if I do one of these, I won’t be overtaken by qi projection?

  3. The half moons indicate the blood pressure in the fingers. Moving blood into the hands is a kind of qigong skill, but not a particularly impressive one IMO.

    Infrasonic radio waves have also been correlated with qigong skill.

    After the test failed, he got frustrated and started listing some stuff he knows. Yes, moving your toes and tongue does affect circulation. However, an attack that can be nullified by amateur toe wiggling isn’t worth much in my book.

  4. wujimon says:

    I must admit that I’m a bit of a skeptic when it comes to this kind of stuff.

  5. Max Greene says:

    Qi energy has no scientific connection with Infrasonic radio waves. There are no real studies that have shown this.

  6. Max Greene says:

    http://www.facebook.com/#/topic.php?uid=7712128012&topic=12003
    A good discussion on this on “The Martial Arts Forum” on facebook. I highly recommend reading, listening and watching the content.

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