Zhen Qigongchuan Liu Lily
Introduction: This study is initiated by Zhen Qingchuan, a senior Zhineng Qigong teacher, who has offered Zhineng Qigong intervention in the past 20 years to over 20000 people round the world to relieve their physical and mental agony. In view of the great suffering caused by the outbreak of pandemic COVID-19, he decided to offer help to non-hospitalized people with COVID-19. A pilot study was made a few months ago and the results are positive, so he intends to expand the sample size to help more people.
Purposes: 1 To help non-hospitalized people with COVID-19 using Zhineng Qigong methods; 2 To evaluate the effect of Zhineng Qigong on COVID-19.
Type of research intervention: Zhineng Qigong methods
Participant selection: 1 Non-hospitalized people with COVID-19; 2 Non-hospitalized people with symptoms suggesting COVID-19.
Information on Zhineng Qigong: Zhineng Qigong is a branch of Qigong created by Dr. Pang Ming who offered Zhineng Qigong training and healing to people with various diseases including these “incurable” ones such as tumor, heart disease, diabetes, etc. His way of training and healing became so popular that the center he founded in a remote village in Hebei Province, China in the 1980s grew into the largest medicine-less hospital in the world. Tens of thousands of documented successful cases have been collected over a period of 13 years. The medicine-less hospital was closed in 2001 and the group of Zhineng Qigong teachers trained by Dr. Pang Ming are scattered round the world. The principal investigator of the study, Zhen Qingchuan, is one of them.
Procedures: The study is divided into 4 phases
Phase 1: Admission into the experimental group (from the -3 th to the 0 day), during which time, the subjects are asked to agree to informed consent form and fill in Application Form for “The Real-World Study of the Effect of Zhineng Qigong on Non-hospitalized People with COVID-19”.
Phase 2: Online intervention with Zhineng Qigong (from the 1st to the 7th day)
Phase 3: Online rehabilitation with Zhineng Qigong (from the 8th to the 14th day)
Phase 4: Follow-ups (from the 15th to the 28th day)
At the end of phase 2, 3 and 4, subjects are asked to fill in the above-mentioned form with updated information of their conditions.
Side effects: The methods of Zhineng Qigong are non-invasive, non-medicinal, non-radiative and non-damage. No side effects have been observed so far since they are taught to people in the 1980s.
Discomforts: Some subjects may have qi reactions, which are indications that their physical, emotional and mental conditions are changing for better.
Benefits: The subjects are getting stronger physically, more peaceful emotionally and more intelligent mentally. Daily participation in the online session helps you quickly regain health.
Download the paper: A Pilot Study on the Effect of Zhineng Qigong Remote Intervention on Eliminating the Symptoms of Confirmed and Suspected Cases of Covid-19