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Anyone can practice the #Chinese arts of #TaiChi and #QiGong , and it doesn’t take very long for a beginner to develop enough sensitivity to be able to feel #Chi , or #lifeforceenergy , moving and flowing throughout and around their own body.
This experience is so common and so accessible that Tai Chi and Qi Gong programs have spread throughout the West and continue to flourish, even though many who haven’t experienced it are unable to reconcile this seemingly magical worldview with the rigid scientific-materialistic paradigm we’ve been programmed to believe is the only way of understanding our world.
So, if so many people can experience Chi first hand, then why is so hard to believe visual demonstrations of this living power when we see them on the internet?
A video of a very simple demonstration illustrates this dilemma. YouTuber TheKunsthammer posted an experiment whereby a folded piece of origami paper was placed on a needle with a clear plastic bowl over it. He then uses his hands, outside of the bowl, to direct energy onto the paper, which begins to slowly move after some time.
The experiment is really nothing that far out. It doesn’t even compare to the video of a chi master setting papers on fire with his hands, or of Master Kanzawa Sensei who ‘exchanges energy with animals to put them to sleep. What’s speaks volumes about our culture and our connection to nature are the comments to the video of the experiment, in which the majority of people believe the experiment, while many call it out as a fraud.
At some point, modern science will eventually bridge the gap and find a way to understand #chienergy , but for now, analysis by Dr. Jwing-Ming Yang does a great service by relating chi to the concept of #bioelectrcity . 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#EnergyWork #EnergyHealing #ParadigmShift #WakeUp #Supernatural #Superpowers #EnergyWorker - 2 minutes ago