The Physiological Differences of One Qi Gong Master's Nei Gong, Dong Gong and Wai Qi (Healing with Qi)

Author: Liu C 1//Machi Y 1// Zhang Y-X 2
Affiliation: Faculty of Engineering Tokyo Denki University (Tokyo, Japan) [1]//The Chinese School of Qi Master (Tokyo, Japan) [2]
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 2000
Other: Volume ID: 18 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 511-516 , Word Count: 184

In this paper, we describe the physiological differences in one Qi master's Nei Gong and Dong Gong. We also discuss the Qi master's physiological phenomena when he practiced healing with his eyes open and his eyes closed. From the measurement data we look at the difference of Nei Gong and Dong Gong from a physiological standpoint. Here we discuss results of the ECG, PPG, GSR, L.F./H.F. measurements etc. The clear results are:
1.The breathing period of Nei Gong (10s) is longer than Dong Gong (2s).
2.The Qi master's L.F./H.F. during Nei Gong (12), Dong Gong (2), indicate which movements are in the quiet state and which are quiet during movements in his inner body. It is one of the techniques in training Qi. It is said that Nei Dong Wai Jing is the inverse of Wai Dong Nei Jing.
3.For the purpose of healing, there are physiological differences between having his eyes open or not.
4.After a man received Qi from the master, the man's pressure propagation time is shortened, showing that his peripheral circulation changes to a dominant state.