Report on Autonomic Nervous System Changes and Pain Reduction Evinced by Patients Administered External Ki Therapy with Alpha Wave 1/f Music

Author: Nishimoto Shinji
Affiliation: Nishimoto Pain Clinic, Wakayama, Japan
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 1996
Other: Volume ID: 14 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 259-262 , Special Notes: Also in Japanese. Proceedings of First Symposium of Life Information Science, without peer review. , Word Count: 212

It can be seen that the one's body reacts variously against one's
consciousness by administering external Ki therapy. In terms of western
medicine, the unconscious reaction represents a response to the
autonomic nervous system. This report is based on the results of
questionnaire surveys I conducted on patients administered external Ki
therapy (Shinkiko therapy) with Alpha Wave 1/f Music; Ki-energized
cassette tape called 'ONKI'. ONKI was developed five years ago by Dr.
Masato Nakagawa who is a famous Ki therapist in Japan. The total number
of patients were 466. Total responsive questionnaires came to 1634. I
surveyed their body reaction after I administered external Ki therapy
with Alpha Wave 1/f Music. The contents of the survey are as follows;
Changing of heart beat rate, A.relaxation, B.rise in body temperature,
C.physiological response (body secretions), D.involuntary body
movements, changing pain conditions. As a result, I perceived that
subjects who had high heart beat rates had tendency to decline and
those who had low heart beat rates had tendency to rise. In regards to
B. C. D., I saw distinct statical differences toward the control
groups. (P<0.01) Moreover, pain was reduced by 73.6% of the data. I
will report more and include a few findings from the autonomic nerve
system point of view.