Zhineng Qigong Research Around The World
While Qigong refers to a specific method of practice to improve physical and mental health, Qigong science is the research into the theoretical principles, practice methods, and fields of application.
Qigong research investigates the applications of Qigong for medical treatment or industrial and agricultural production. It is a science parallel and complementary to conventional science.
Modern scientific research into miraculous Qigong phenomena aims to discover at which level Qigong takes effect, what role Qigong plays, and why Qigong is effective – knowledge on this last point is still limited.
According to Dr Pang, Qigong science involves researching, recognizing, acquiring, and utilizing the laws that govern the bodies and minds of humans. Therefore, the development of Qigong science will also speed up the process of “making humans their own masters – that is, free human beings”.
Mastery of Qi is really achieved through mastery of consciousness. We use consciousness in a careful, craftsman-like way, to shape our life, to attain our goals. If we use modern terminology to name this process, we call it Qigong.
~ Dr. Pang Ming Founder of Hunyuan Qigong
Zhineng Qigong Research Projects
The Benefits of Medical Qigong in Cancer Survivors: A Descriptive Pilot Study
(Janine Overcash, Kathryn M. Will, Debra Weisenburger Lipetz; CJON 2013, 17(6), 654-658 DOI: 10.1188/13.CJON.654-658 )
This study shows that patients of any kind and state of cancer, who were practicing Medical Qigong regularly over six weeks, it had a positive effect on mental well-being and symptoms of depression.
Application of Qigong in Addiction Therapy
(Qi Wang, MD, Psychiatric University Hospital of Zurich; Qigong Lectures, Sigmund Freud University, Vienna, 08.11.12)
Patients of drug withdrawl, who practiced Zhineng Qigong four hours daily over a period of 26 days showed significantly shorter and attenuated withdrawal symptoms. In the practicing period they also showed no self‐injury or aggressive behaviour.
The Study of Bactericidal Effect of Qigong External Qi on Cell-type Microbial
(Qiu Lieze, Zhao Huaiyang, Zhang Wenchun, Ma Guangqiang, Xu Jia, Ren Jiankun (Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine) Qigong Specialists: Song Gang, Li Yimin, Fu Wei (Xi’an Lintong Wisdom Science Research Center)
These scientists state that emitting Qi to microbes for six minutes has an significant growth-suppression effect on pathogenic germs (i.e. Candida albicans and Staphylococcus aureus).
Analysis of the Therapeutic Effect of Zhineng Qigong on 47 864 Cases
(Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Clinic)
The therapeutic effect of 47,864 patients of any disease using Zhineng Qigong in curing their disease is analyzed in this article. The result of the analysis shows that there are significant curative effects in part of the patients, general positive effect on health-state is reported in most patients.
Preliminary Report on Zhineng Qigong’s Qi-Field Organization Effect Examined with TP-CBS, the Cardiovascular Parameter Intact Measuring Instrument
(Basic Medical Science Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science Yang Zibin, Lin Mengzhen, Wang Xianhui, Shan Huimin; Microcirculation Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science Zhang Xuanxiang)
This article shows that organizing qi field in Zhineng Qigong has an effect of adjusting the balance of human body’s blood pressure.
Study on Zhineng Qigong’s Enhancing Effect on the Activity of Enzyme Ca2+-Mg2+-ATP in Mice’s Cardiac Muscle Myofibril
(Basic Medical Science Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science: Qi Baoshen, Cai Yingnian; Dongdan Park Instruction Center of Beijing Zhineng Qigong Branch: Wang Xinming, Guo Honglin, Xue Shuqin)
In this article there is compared Zhineng Qigong’s effect on increasing the activity level of enzyme Ca2+-Mg2+-ATP in the myocardial of mice that are in normal condition and in the action of swimming. It is found that Zhineng Qigong can enhance the activity of enzyme Ca2+-Mg2+-ATP in the mice’s cardiac muscle myofibril.
Qigong’s Effect on Experimental Inflammation and on the Chemiluminescence of Neutrophil
(Basic Medical Science Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science: Yang Yizhao, Xi Pinxiang, Chen Xiangyen, Yu Jing, Li Changcheng; Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Training Center: Su Dongyue; Zhineng Qigong Beijing Branch: Cui Zhenying)
This article has reported the observation of Zhineng Qigong’s effect on the experimental inflammation and the chemiluminescence of neutrophil caused by carrageenin. The result of the observation shows that Zhineng Qigong has an evident depressing effect on experimental inflammation and an evident enhancing effect on chemiluminescende of neutrophil.
Research into Zhineng Qigong’s Effect on the Immun Functions of Human Body’s Erythrocyte and Autologous Cockade Forming Cell
(West China Medical Science University: Yuan Biwen, Zhang Tinghua, Zhou Jing, Liu Renping; Sichuan Research Center of the Science of Human Body: Gong Qimei; Qigong Science Research Association, Sichuan Province: Dai Shouhui; Zhineng Qigong Special Committee: Li WenShu)
The result of this article reminds us that Zhineng Qigong has an enhancing effect on the immune function of human body’s erythrocytes and the immune function of their autologous cockade forming cells.
Changes Taking Place in Diabetic Rats’ Microcirculation during the Qigong Therapetic Process
(Microcirculation Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science: Fu Shiming, Zhang Xuanxiang; Zhineng Qigong Branch of Beijing Qigong Research Association: Zhang Qingmao)
Pathological change in microcirculation is a sign of diabetes. This experiment makes further exploration into the microcirculation changes that take place when external Qi is used in curing diabetes. The result of the experiment shows that Qigong can adjust the change in microcirculation and restore it to normal state and that Qigong external Qi can change the index of urine sugar and restore it to normal state.
A Tentative Study on the Effect of Zhineng Qigong External Qi on the Microcirculation Impediment in Rats’ Brain
(Microcirculation Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science: Duan Chonggao, Wang Li, Li Hongwei; Beijing Zhineng Qigong General Service Center: Li Shimin; Career Development Service of China’s Academy of Science of Human Body: Zhang Xuanxiang)
The result of the experiment shows that Zhineng Qigong external Qi has no evident influence on the blood flow perfusion of normal cranial microcirculation, but it has an improving effect on the cranial microcirculation impediment caused by noradrenalin and this is shown in the evident increase in the blood flow in the brain. The result of this research provides a preliminary theoretical basis for Zhineng Qigong external Qi curing cranial blood vessel diseases.
The Influence of Qigong External Qi on the Secretion of Prolactin in Normal Rats
(Basic Medical Science Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science: Shan Huimin, Zhou Yuanzheng, Huang Manying, Han Xiaosi, Xu Rongkun; Zhineng Qigong Beijing Branch: Guo Jinying)
The result of the experiment shows that Qigong external Qi can evidently increase the content of prolactin in the plasma of resting rats; while the level of prolactin after the restricted stress reaction, instead of going up, goes slightly down. This shows that Qigong external Qi can enhance the rats’ secretion of prolactin when they are in a still state. It can also inhibit their release of Prolactin when they are in a restricted stress reaction state.
Research into Zhineng Qigong’s Effect with Flow Cell Luminosity Method on DNA Synthesis and Cell Cycle of Liver Cancer Cells
(Basic Medical Science Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science: Li Mei, Zhang Shifu, Wu Hong; Dongdan Park Instruction Center of Beijing Zhineng Qigong Branch: Liu Jiahong, Li Fengchun)
The result of the experiment proves that cell growth of the examined liver cancer cells was inhibited. The cells are checked and piled up in the pre-synthesis phase , as hinders the cells from entering the DNA synthesis stage, thus disturbing the duplication of DNA.
Experimental Observation of Zhineng Qigong’s Effect on the Division of Cell Hela Cultured outside the Human Body
(Microcirculation Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science: Yang Xiaojie, Duan Chonggao; Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Training Center: Luo Ping; Yi Zhong Recuperation and Vital Power Conservation Research Institute: He Qingnian; Career Development Service of China’s Academy of Science of Human Body: Zhang Xuanxiang)
Human cervix cancer is one of the obscure, complicated and persistent aliments that endanger human lives. This experiment aims at getting to know the influence of Zhineng Qigong on the division of cell (cell Hela) in the cervix. The experiments show that after having been treated with Zhineng Qigong external Qi in the early stage of division, cells Hela cultured outside the human body stop their division in seven of eight experiments. The cell division in healthy cells goes on normally.
A Tentative Study on the Effect of Zhineng Qigong on Erythroleukemia in Mice
(Basic Medical Science Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science: Li Mei, Zhang Shifu, Liu Tong; Hua Xia Zhinene Qigong Training Center: Su Dongyue)
This experiment aims at observing Zhineng Qigong’s effect on the multiplication of mice’s erythroleukemia cell line that is cultured outside their body. The result of the experiment proves that the cell multiplication in the experiment group is evidently inhibited.
Effects of External Qi on Transplanted Sarcoma S180 in Mice
(Basic Medical Science Research Institute of China’s Academy of Medical Science: Li Mei, Zhang Shifu, Yun Junti, Liu Tong; Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Training Center : Su Dongyue)
Transplanted sarcoma S180 in the mice are taken as the samples of tumor in this experiment. The growth of tumor is evidently inhibited under the effect of external qi in the experiment group.