Humans are the only race who are continuously either possessed by or obsessed for various energies - Ramana Pemmaraju
Although surrounded by ancient mysticism, chi energy is that which Western scientists have called the Quantum Field. The theories are markedly similar when compared side-by-side. Each [Chinese Mysticism and Quantum Mechanics] speaks of an energy field made up of tiny particles that comprise everything, and move through everything. Looking at it from a scientific point of view, the shroud of mystery is removed, and an objective, scientific perspective remains; this is the basis of this article .
Chi Energy and the Human Body
With the understanding that chi energy, synonymous with quantum particles, makes up everything and moves through every object, it logically extends that human beings are also made up of these small particles and as both camps postulate, this energy moves through everything.
In the movie the, the Matrix, it is proposed that:“The human body generates more bio-electricity than a 120-volt battery and over 25,000 BTUs of body heat”.
This is a form of energy.
“ According to the Center for Space Power and Advanced Electronics, a NASA commercial center in Alabama, the human body is capable of producing 11,000 watt hours. Broken into usable terms, waiting to be harvested are 81 watts from a sleeping person, 128 from a soldier standing at ease, 163 from a walking person, 407 from a briskly walking person, 1,048 from a long-distance runner, and 1,630 from a sprinter, according to the center. “
When explaining chi energy to friends, I like to do a simple example that many people can perform. Place your index finger in the air; wiggle it. This is a rudimentary example of electricity in motion; more specifically, bio-electromagnetic energy, in motion.
The brain sends an electric signal through the nervous system that reaches the finger, informing it to wiggle as your thoughts suggested. These electrical impulses that the body produces are manifestations of quantum mechanics: chi energy. Extending this analogy, we can view the nervous system as a bio-electromagnetic circuit; this has huge implications with regards to the Chi Energy Heals exercises, such as the Nerve Fiber building, which we will speak to in separate articles in appropriate depth and detail.
Chi Energy and the Brain
Because everything is made of chi energy, and because chi moves through everything, it is possible for the human brain to interact with these energy particles with varying effects and abilities, for example: Extra Sensory Perception and psychokinesis.
In fact, Dr Stuart Hameroff has likened the human brain’s microtubules as the bridge between classical physics and quantum mechanics. Dr. Hameroff proposes that the flickering “on-and-off” of these microtubules creates an environment where quantum events occur & such is Chi Energy.
Source: Don E. Brown II, MSIS, Is Chi Energy Like Bioenergy? School of Chi Energy, February 15, 2012.
How to embrace a central concept of Eastern mysticism without being a flake.
Learning about it can help you feel better—tenfold. Is it chi or qi?
Both terms have been used to describe this undercurrent force and while they are technically interchangeable, they vary slightly based on its cultural origin. “[It’s called] qi in Chinese medicine or prana in ayurvedic, yogic tradition,” says Annie McDonnell, LAc, of New York’s Joy Alchemy Acupuncture.
Scientists have found no way to detect it, but millions of meditation, yoga, taichi, and qigong practitioners around the world are intimate with it and regulate its circulation through their minds and bodies to manage their health.
Many techniques exist for working with chi. Perhaps the most well-known are acupuncture, tai-chi, yoga, meditation, and qigong (pronounced chee gong).
Here in the west there is certainly not much in the way of scientific evidence, but that is mostly down to the fact that the wrong type of instruments are being used, in order to measure the wrong type of energetic activity.
Qi (Pronounced Chee) is the vital force or life energy that flows through your body. The concept of Qi energy dates back thousands of years in Chinese History. Qi is written about extensively in The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine written around 2700 BC by numerous ancient physicians. This manual is still required reading for many doctors of traditional Chinese medicine.
Can qi theory be scientific in this more rigorous sense? Skepticism seems reasonable here because no one has seen qi directly. Even the meridians (or channels) of qi in the body remain undetectable to Western instruments, yet T.C.M. practitioners spend years mastering the meridian anatomical charts.
I think the main thing Qi does is subconsciously boost your own willpower. This may be simplified, but it works like a placebo. If someone believes they have an increased energy about them that will allow them to defeat their opponent, their thought goes less into fear and doubt, more into trusting their body and their knowledge/technique.
Although surrounded by ancient mysticism, chi energy is that which Western scientists have called the Quantum Field. The theories are markedly similar when compared side-by-side.
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