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Qigong: Chinese Medicine or Pseudoscience?
Lin Zixin, Yu Li, & Guo Zhengyi. Qigong (“chee-gung”), a 2,500-year-old form of traditional Chinese medicine, claims that the human body has channels (meridians) through which flows a substance known as Qi. While internal Qigong practices relaxation & meditative techniques, external Qigong is an alleged form of energy or radiation emitted from the fingertips of “masters” & is thought to affect & cure others, healing such maladies as hypertension, glaucoma, asthma, ulcers, tumors, & cancers. This book discusses the nature & practice of Qigong. Explores the claims for this type of folk therapy to uncover deception. Exposes alleged Qigong practices such as: clairvoyance, telepathy, weightlessness, energy discharge, energy-impregnated language, & much more.
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