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proof for psychic energy, with "chi"

NamadaNamada Veteran
edited April 2015 in General Banter

This guy is a meditator, and a healer, he can do many amazing things with his chi energy,
like burning things and help people with his hands. He say everyone have this ability, its only learning to train them up
with a meditation teqnique. Interesting to see, and this clip dosent look fake either.

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  • DakiniDakini Veteran

    There are some very cool videos of psychic surgeons in the Philippines on youtube.

    "QI" has been measured and analyzed by researchers at the University of Arizona. It's the electromagnetic energy emanated by our brains (all that electrical brain activity) and our hearts (the natural pacemaker in the heart), and also by our hands. There's also a "Qi" field, an EM field created by the polarity of positive ions from the sun that we're bathed in, combined with negative ions from the Earth's iron core. (This was explained to me by a physicist at the national science lab, where I live. Funny how people doubt these things, and label it "pseudo-science"). Meditating and doing qi gong can help us use this EM energy for self-healing, and healing others.

    EarthninjaNamada
  • @Dakini do you recall what the specific positive and negative ions are? what element are they ions of? for example salt is Na+ and Cl-... Na+ is sodium element that lost an electron and is now a plus charge... Cl- is chlorine element that has gained an electron and is now a minus charge.

    As far as I know the sun is only sending radiation (light) but is not sending matter. For the ions from the core of the earth how do they get to us on the surface? They would have to go through the ground between the core and the surface.

    Earthninja
  • ShoshinShoshin No one in particular Nowhere Special Veteran

    This psyche energy has been used for thousands of years... Nowadays however, charlatans are charlatans and are able (due to gullible people) to pull the wool over some desperate people's eyes and lighten their purses, by using deception tricks or optical illusions ( be they very convincing ones) ....

    Earthninja
  • NamadaNamada Veteran

    Yes so it possible for us to controll this qi energy.

    What would Buddha call this qi energy? Are there anything simmilar to this in his teachings?

  • zenffzenff Veteran

    What would Buddha call this qi energy?

    Maybe he would call it a delusion.

    When examined under controlled conditions, however, the seemingly paranormal or supernatural feats of masters of chi turn out to be quite ordinary feats of magic, deception, or natural powers.
    ....
    To find out more about what believers think about chi, look at any of the advertisements on the Internet for chi products. You may be surprised at what miracles people think are possible with a few grunts and groans, and the waving of hands through the air.
    http://skepdic.com/chi.html

    lobsterTheswingisyellow
  • DakiniDakini Veteran
    edited April 2015

    @Jeffrey said:
    Dakini do you recall what the specific positive and negative ions are? what element are they ions of? for example salt is Na+ and Cl-... Na+ is sodium element that lost an electron and is now a plus charge... Cl- is chlorine element that has gained an electron and is now a minus charge.

    As far as I know the sun is only sending radiation (light) but is not sending matter. For the ions from the core of the earth how do they get to us on the surface? They would have to go through the ground between the core and the surface.

    @Jeffrey:

    Positive Ion (Cation): an atom (or molecule) that has lost one or more electrons due to a high-energy impact. Natural forces that generate positive ions include the decay of radioactive minerals, radon gas, forest fires, lightning and ultraviolet rays.

    Negative Ion (Anion): an atom (or molecule) that has gained one or more extra negatively charged electrons. Negative ions are naturally generated by evaporating water, ocean surf, waterfalls and ionic minerals such as Tourmaline.

    The soil is full of ionic minerals. They're in the food we eat, that's a product of that soil; they're essential nutrients. Space is full of positive and negative ions. The Earth itself is surrounded by an ionosphere. A negative magnetic field produces negative ions, as in water ionization via magnets (or in volcanos, which have a naturally-occurring negative magnetic field) or via a healer's hands (human electro-magnetic field).

    The Earth's own magnetic field interacts with the much larger one produced by the Sun, with the resulting teardrop-shaped field being known as the magnetosphere. This field is continually bombarded by a stream of negatively charged electrons and positively charged ions (mostly protons or hydrogen nuclei) emitted by the Sun, and known as the solar wind

    http://solar-center.stanford.edu/SID/activities/ionosphere.html.
    http://www.windows2universe.org/earth/Atmosphere/ionosphere.html

    The ionosphere represents less than 0.1% of the total mass of the Earth's atmosphere. Even though it is such a small part, it is extremely important!
    The upper atmosphere is ionized by solar radiation. That means the Sun's energy is so strong at this level, that it breaks apart molecules. So there ends up being electrons floating around and molecules which have lost or gained electrons. When the Sun is active, more and more ionization happens!

    Different regions of the ionosphere make long distance radio communication possible by reflecting the radio waves back to Earth. It is also home to auroras.

    JeffreyEarthninja
  • thanks Dakini though I don't see how the ions are coming from the center of the earth, but indeed there are ions near us in the surface of the earth. That is amazing about the solar wind.

  • Maybe he would call it a delusion.

    Indeed. Do you really want us to do research on your behalf?
    Darren Brown is not a delusionist and can and does demonstrate these techniques. Do some further research if interested. Too honest? Try 'Dynamo Jack sceptic' as keywords in Google. B)

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