It is said that humans have unkwn power kwn as ki (bio-psychokinesis). Ki is also t unlike other forms of bio-energy, such as prana in ancient India or psi in modern parapsychology. Referred also as energy medicine, spiritual healing and prayer therapy, these practices have been executed throughout different points in history and countries all over the world. Moreover, energy medicine has been used in hospitals recently. However, there are many unresolved problems with such bio-energy. The focus of this book is the author's biophysical study on amalous phemena, which are claimed to be caused by bio-energy. In Chapter I, the author describes the concept of ki in modern Japan. He also describes the concept of bio-sensors to detect implicit amalous weak energy. Bio-sensors are important in modern parapsychology, and many successful studies are done using bio-sensors. In Chapter II, the author summarises new findings obtained through his studies by using the pieces of a cucumber. Through his unique methods, various properties of ki (psi) are found. The most important finding is that the ki (psi) phemen follows simple laws in physics. The author measured the spatial distribution of ki-field, which is generated around a human body. The result of the world's first quantitative measurement of ki-field is shown in this book. In Chapters III & IV, the author explains the detail of how to use cucumbers as a bio-sensor for weak bio-energy; some examples of these are gas, biophoton, and fluorescence measurement methods. The author describes them for students and beginner studiers of ki (psi), and the readers will be able to understand and execute them by themselves completely. A brief touch on Japanese studies on ki (psi) is shown in Chapter V. Additionally, the author describes Chinese parapsychological study. These historic inheritances will help the readers to understand research senses of the modern study on ki and psi.
Hideyuki Kokubo is born in 1958 in Japan. He learned biophysics at Nagoya University. After graduated, he worked as an editorial staff to edit books of science and mathematics at Sanseido Publishing Co. Ltd. He has been contributing to parapsychology and related areas since the 1980s. Since 1996, he has experimented ki and psi from viewpoint of biophysics. He holds various positions in Japan, among them Research Director of the International Research Institute, and Researcher at the Institute for Informatics of Consciousness (Meiji University). In addition he is the Executive Editor of the Journal of International Society of Life Information Science and the Managing Director of the International Society of Life Information Science (ISLIS), as well as the Director of the Society for Mind Body Science (SMBS). Recently, he has used cucumber as bio-sensor for ki (bio-psychokinesis) and studied various properties of ki-phenomena. He has found clues that ki (psi) follows simple laws in physics.