Because Qi is such a magnetic and very real feeling force, even to those who are not entirely familiar with it, there have been a number of studies conducted around it. Indeed, several different areas of scientific research focus intensely on the idea of Qi and energy medicine. Areas of study such as psychoneuroimmunology, epigenetics, quantum biology, biophotonics, clinical psychology, and biophysics, to name only a few, have focused on and tested the tenets of Qi and the Qi Gong philosophy. Each of the fields that have approached exploring this energy force that can be felt but never seen are focusing specifically on Qi; in fact, it’s no stretch of the imagination to call those fields of study centered entirely around Qi, as it is defined broadly as bioenergy. They all attempt to answer the question “what is the relationship between your bioenergy and physics?” These fields apply a variety of different metrics designed to measure sound, magnetism, light affecting molecules and cells as well as electricity to provide insight to how Qi could be measured and examined.