The particles dance
Frequency shifts potential
Neuro coherence
by LTQ


Applying Quantum Thought to Qigong Theory

Paras Kaul
June 2024

What comes to mind for this blog entry is the relationship between Quantum and Qigong—the idea of Applying Quantum Thought to Qigong Theory. I considered this topic to be uniquely my own, yet upon an Internet search, I see the same subject has been written about by several well known authors, such as Roger Penrose, Francesco Garripoli, and Deepak Chopra. The intersection of modern scientific theories and Eastern philosophical concepts is a fascinating story.  I’m remembering an English professor I studied with, who claimed there are no new subjects to write or talk about, but there are infinite new ways to write and talk about the same subjects, with different understandings coming from original thought.


The story begins with the breath, which provides Oxygen atoms that stream through our bodies through meridians, blood vessels and arteries to the cells. Within the cells, molecules contain these Oxygen atoms, and these atoms contain quantum particles referred to as subatomic particles (protons, electrons, and neutrons). These particles interact and play together coherently to produce a charge that is the energy we call Qi. What’s fascinating is that this process is an alchemical process that literally transforms elemental matter to energy. All we have to do is activate Qi throughout our vital organ systems, which we are able to do with a consistent and focused Qigong practice.


Similar to how sound activates vibrational frequencies that energize the body to move or dance, Qi activation shifts frequencies in the brain that energize the body to strengthen and revitalize the cells. The quantum potential is for humans to focus and direct the mind to energize and repair irregularities in the cells produced from stress. The potential is to revolutionize preventive healthcare by enhancing awareness of Qigong and facilitating healthcare as it transitions to energy-based treatment, thus becoming a major practice of healthcare at the molecular level.


Though life in the 21st century focuses on advancements in technology, which may seem counter to Qigong practices, technology also offers tools to expedite Qi activation in the brain. Using Brain-Computer-Interfaces (BCI’s), enables a deeper understanding of how neurons (brain cells) function, which provides information about Qi activation at the cellular level. BCI’s provide the opportunity to monitor and analyze neurofeedback—to learn how to balance and calm neural activity, quiet the mind, and focus into a Qigong practice. Our brain functions without any effort at all, but learning to control and regulate brainwave frequencies stimulates coherence between the right and left brain hemispheres, thus enabling us to self-regulate neural messaging throughout the body.


Neurofeedback media provides an immersive audio and visual experience to shift the flow of uncontrolled mental thought to directed thought and focused attention. Training thebrain to maximize the brain’s potential decreases stress, stimulates plasticity, and increases brainwave coherence, thus enabling us to see deeper into the mystery of what it is to be human.