Author: Anglen Lindsay R
1300 Fieldcrest, Columbia, MO 65203, USA 
Conference/Journal: 2nd World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong
Date published: 1993
Other: Pages: 91 , Word Count: 105
In this study 4 subjects were evaluated in an effort to determine if performing a specific breathing qigong would actually effect the bioelectric levels of the body. All subjects were evaluated before and after performing meditation to see what changes had occurred, if any. For sake of ease and objectivity an instrument called the electro-meridian imaging unit (AKA Ryodoraku, Tokigraph .etc) was used to evaluate the source points of each individual. The source points or/and wrist points were used for standardization. When the pre- and post evaluations were compared, improvements in regards to balancing of the individuals bioelectric levels were noted in almost all instances.