What is putative subtle energy?
According to the National Institute of Health, “putative subtle energy” is a non-perceptible form of energy. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is called chi or qi. While it cannot be quantitatively measured, the electrical and magnetic signals of it can be measured qualitatively. According to research by Stanford Professor and physicist, Dr. William Tiller, there are three observable effects of “putative subtle energy” influential to the physical human body:
1) It has been shown, through various experiments, that subtle energies can by manifested by people to subtly increase electron size and numbers.
2) A person can direct the flow of this energy through purposeful intention.
3) This mind-electron interaction is effective even over great distances.
Why should putative subtle energy be a part of mainstream healthcare?
As allopathic medicine and biotechnology continue to grow, various concerning issues arise. It is now known that there is a significant increased risk to patient health with invasive surgery and medicines. In addition to this, high costs of such invasive treatments have led to a financially unsustainable and inaccessible health care system in America. Through an integration of subtle energy, we can begin to address such burdensome cost and risk by focusing on preventative medicine, underlying lifestyle causes of illness, and the fundamental connection between mind and body.
How can one use putative subtle energy to live a healthier, more fulfilling life?
By utilizing a simple practice of meditation, tai chi, yoga, nutrition, and other arts and sciences that recognize the healing power of mind/body energy. By supplementing our physical health with a highly researched psychological practice, we can achieve balance in mind, body, and spirit. The primary goal is to become enlightened or able to transcend the ultimate fear of death.