Measurement of qi

Author: Machi Y
Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo Denki University
Conference/Journal: Japanese Mind-Body Science
Date published: 1992
Other: Volume ID: 1 , Issue ID: 1 , Pages: 19-28 , Special Notes: Article in Japanese , Word Count: 196

Qi is measured by several technological methods, such as thermography, far-infrared spectrum, heart rate, blood pressure, brain wave, detection of low frequency signals from far-infrared emission and sound signal, detection of magnetic flux by a fluxgate and a SQUID. Thermographic data show close correlation between sender and receiver of Qi. But Qi can not be explained only by far-infrared energy. So we tried to detect signals from Qi sender in far-infrared region and sound region. We caught specified low frequency signal in both experiments, around about 1 Hz.

Also we got nice brain wave datum at the same time between sender and receiver of Qi. In these data, both brain waves show good coincidence in the beta brain wave region under Qi condition. This denotes a resonance phenomenon in both brain waves. Also when starting or stopping Qi, both brain waves show relatively quick transient phenomena. These transient time coincide with time coming out low frequency signal from far-infrared ray. Also a magnetic flux was detected from the hand or head of Qi sender and a magnetic flux measurement from the head of Qi sender was performed by using SQUID. We got interesting datum from these experiments.