Immune Responses during Remote Qi Emission

Author: Higuchi Y 1//Kawano K 2 //Kotani Y 1//Hayashi Y 3////
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: 313-317 , Word Count: 122

Three qigong masters having high-level qigong techniques participated in a remote qi emission experiment. The receivers assigned to the respective qigong masters were at a distance of approximately 2 to 4 km away. levels of Natual Killer (NK) cell activity, Interleukin (IL)-2, and CD4/CD8 in venous blood were simultaneously measured for any changes. Forty minutes after remote qi emission was conducted, the following changes were detected: the NK cell activity increased to a significant level, IL-2 showed a tendency to increase, and CD4/CD8 decreased. It was acknowledged that remote qi emission effected such changes, which were similar to the results obtained from an experiment on regular qigong therapy, suggesting that remote qi emission improves the immune function of the qi receivers.