Chi Energy

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  1. Mythopoeika

    Mythopoeika I am a meat popsicle

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    I'm not sure if this belongs here, but I couldn't find a thread about 'chi energy'.
    I have seen lots of examples of people using 'chi', but until now I hadn't seen people setting things on fire. It could be trickery, but I'm not sure how.
    Two videos here show a man apparently using his 'chi' to set light to newspaper:



     
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    David Plankton Justified & Ancient

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    The things we see happen in the first video don't seem too remarkable to my jaded eyes, the kind of stuff Dynamo or David Blaine could easily pull off. They have a whiff of street magic about them.

    However that second video is really intriguing. What's interesting is the way the 'Chi Guy' got upset with the film crew and disappeared for ten years only to contact them again for more experiments later. Then getting upset and disappearing again.

    I think it would be possible for a skilled fraudster to confound scientists and experts in the ways shown. What was unusual was the way he was able to light the led bulbs, but then we don't know how much behind the scenes stuff/stuff that didn't work on camera we aren't being shown.
    It would be interesting to learn more about the film makers and scientists involved.
     
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    escargot Beloved of Ra

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    Sums it up! Come on, folks, it's 2017. We don't have to be taken in any more, we know all about fakery.
     
  4. Coal

    Coal Gentleman, scholar, acrobat.

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    ^this^

    There are a very few who are walking Van de Graf generators (I was one such myself for a period, I could blow circuit breaker if I got to within 5mm of a contact), and it's not beyond the bounds that someone could control that and, for example, affect powder, deliver shocks and set alight thin paper. But that's not awfully mystical.:cool3:

    LEDs need very small amount of current to light - certainly the current required to blow an ELB would be enough. 'For example'. :)
     
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  5. Mythopoeika

    Mythopoeika I am a meat popsicle

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    An ability to control it is certainly extraordinary, if not mystical.
     
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    Coal Gentleman, scholar, acrobat.

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    Agreed
     
  7. AlchoPwn

    AlchoPwn Junior Acolyte

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    I can attest at least to having accupuncture cure a headache instantly. I had a friend who was studying accupuncture and as I had a headache I was prepared to be her "guinea pig" for want of an asprin. I had volunteered before and had decent results in tinitus mitigation. This time she put a few needles in and then one was like a hot poker and made me jump, but the headache was gone as if it had been condensed into a single agonizing instant. A bit amazing but not something I am racing to repeat. Ouch! Hurt like a MF. So that's my anecdotal evidence for the pot.
     
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    James_H And I like to roam the land

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    When I lived in Brighton I went to an open aikido class. It started with a lot of ki exercises, and I was very impressed with them. The idea was that, say, if someone tries to push your arm and you fight back with strength, you use a lot of effort. If, however, you visualise your ki in a certain way, that person can push your arm as much as you like and your arm stays in the same place and you don't even feel it. It works!

     
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    Are we seeing something here that is similar to the old party trick where four people lift someone in a sitting position using just their fingers?
     
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    James_H And I like to roam the land

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    I'm not sure, I've never actually done that. But it feels very strange to have someone pushing you and being able to resist without effort.
     
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    EnolaGaia I knew the job was dangerous when I took it ...

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    The first time I felt Qi was many years ago as a teenager, when a friend of mine, who has a lot of natural psychic ability was chatting to me and he suddenly told me to give him my hand. I placed my hand palm down in the air, and he placed his hand a few inches above mine, his palm also facing down, I seem to remember he then put his other hand over his face looking down and I suddenly felt this warm, humid heat pushing my hand away from his, it was strong like opposing magnets.

    I've never felt externalised Qi since then, but have produced it on several occasions. I mentioned it in another thread somewhere, about how my dad, who had suffered from a stroke a couple of years before, tripped over a small garden wall and was not moving. Someone called me and said he was having a TIA, and I came out and when I went up to him I crouched down next to him and the first thing I felt was an automatic instinct to put my hand on his forehead, so I placed my hand on his head for while and felt something draining me, after a couple of minutes he jumped up and walked back indoors and was completely fine. I heard him whispering to someone saying my hands were very hot when I placed them on him. I've always presumed it was Qi externalised due to a crisis type situation.
     
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    Mythopoeika I am a meat popsicle

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    I have a friend who does healing massage, reiki and so on. She can do this. I've experienced heat coming out of her hands. No idea if it has any healing action, but it's an interesting phenomenon.
     

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