Endoctrine Responses during Remote Qi Emission

Author: Higuchi Y 1//Kawano K 2//Kotani Y 1//Hayashi Y 3////
Affiliation: Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo, Japan) [1]//Nippon Medical School (Tokyo, Japan) [2]//Musashino Treatment Center (Saitama, Japan) [3]
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 2001
Other: Volume ID: 19 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 216-219 , Word Count: 120

Three qigong masters who possessed high-level of qigong technique, but of different methods of the technique, participated in a remote qi emission experiment. Six receivers were located 2-4km away from the sender. Levels of cortisol, adrenaline, noradrenaline, dopamine, and
beta-endorphin in venous blood were stimltaneously measured to investigate any changes. After remote qi emission was applied to the receivers for a period of 40 minutes, plasma cortisol and noradrenaline declined significantly. The adrenaline level also declined. Consequently, the receivers were relieved of stress and relaxed. This was believed to be caused by a decline in the sympathetic nerve activity. Similar changes were acknowledged in remote qi emission and qigong therapy. This suggested that the remote qi emission affected the receivers.