The Chi Stone has taught us that there really is a human vital field by repeatedly making it stronger. This can easily be verified through blinded, placebo-controlled protocols.
Here are the tests we have conducted so far:
- Kirlian research
- Group air travel
- Surgical recovery
- Personal air travel
- Chronic cough
My experience in an acupuncture clinic taught me that the vital field can be immensely complex and that there is a wide variety of herbs that can strengthen or cleanse many forms of vitality depending on the diagnosis. This was not satisfying to my scientific mind. While I could clearly see that the traditional Chinese methods were often quite successful in restoring health, this study brought me no closer to an understanding of what the vital field is or what makes it stronger from the perspective of modern science.
A study of the Infratonic helped me to see that vibration (frequency produced in different media electric, magnetic, acoustical, and gravitational) can help clear and smooth the function of the body and consciousness in different ways, suggesting that these media or energy fields are related to the human vital field, but the relationship was still not clear.
Clarity increased greatly when I got a Kirlian Instant Camera which allowed me to quantify human vitality in a variety of ways. See this blog about Kirlian research
It wasn’t until I found myself a frequent flyer between China and the United States that I discovered a consistent method of depleting and disordering the human vital field worthy of study. It also opened the door to testing methods of strengthening, energizing, concentrating, and firming the vital field. This further open the door to finding other environments which adversely influence the vital field, like crowds, hospitals, and shopping centers. Read more about my air travel research here.
With long air flights as a controlled source of environmental adversity I immediately found a broad spectrum of experimental susceptibility among the population, showing different forms and intensities of discomfort. I also found a wide variety of sources of environmental adversity including: Airplanes, airports, shopping malls, mass transit, fluorescent lighting, EMF pollution, and oxidative pollution. And I would soon discover that a large percentage of our customers have environmental sensitivities of one sort or another.
I began to explore with the CHI Stone explored the following topics described in separate blog pages: