There was a discussion some years ago, but not through ethical review, but now it has stopped. In April 11th, a staff member of Kong Linghongs research partner and Zhejiang Institute of higher learning responded to surging news. But he did not disclose exactly where the ethics committee rejected it. (to consider) whether the health risks and benefits of the subjects, as well as the measurable and evaluable risks and benefits, each of the members of the ethics committee are independent, and they have the right to veto. Shi Weixing, an associate professor in Zhejiang Universitys School of public health, said to surging news. It was noted that after the media focused on the matter in the early April, Kong Linghong had deleted the articles that recruited the practitioners. He said he did not know whether to continue the study. In April 10th, Zhejiang University told the surging news that the media would not be interviewed for this matter for the time being. The top floor of Xixi campus library is the office of Zhejiang Daoist Culture Research Center. Enlightenment from the experimental study of the foreign meditation neural mechanism The office of the center for research on Buddhism and Taoism at Zhejiang University is located in the 5 building of a hundred year old library in the Xixi campus. A copper lock is attached to the archaize wooden door of the office. Many of the first mistaken students will be surprised: in the huge circular hollowed out carved partition, the green stone plate and the antique style chamber door let people suddenly feel through time and space. Kong Linghong, the professor of Philosophy Department of Zhejiang University Humanities College, is the first office on the north side of the promenade. He is also the director of the Taoism culture research center of Zhejiang University. He was placed in the spotlight of public opinion because he recently recruited Taoist elixir practitioners to participate in the study of meditation neural mechanism experiments. According to the official website of the Humanities College of Zhejiang University, Kong Linghong, who graduated from the Philosophy Department of Zhongshan University, served as the first postdoctoral researcher in China in 1998 as the postdoctoral researcher of the Fudan University. In September the following year, he was hired as a professor and a doctorate tutor of the philosophy Department of Zhejiang University. Kong Linghong has published the monograph of new exploration of Taoism, from Taoism to Taoism and Zhu Xi philosophy in the perspective of Confucianism and Taoism. In the evening of February 3, 2018, Kong Linghong forwarded an article on the public number of Taoism and numerology at his WeChat friend circle, recruiting nevdan practitioners to participate in scientific research and to sign the Zhejiang Boulevard center. According to the recruitment order, the experiment will be conducted at the Hujia Chi campus of the Zhejiang University, where the MRI is located. According to the article, the meditation neural mechanism experiment was initiated by the center for the research of the Taoist culture of Zhejiang University and the higher Research Institute of Zhejiang University. In addition to the requirements of the subjects, there were no pregnant women, no tattoos, phobia, fever and other symptoms, except for the bodys metal free (metal teeth, bone nails, stents, etc.). The history of mental illness and traumatic brain injury are outside the right hand, but also require the subjects to be experienced practitioners who have a lot of experience and have higher training. Surging news noted that only 10 minutes after the link was forwarded, Kong added a comment below: this experiment focuses on neurophysiological research. According to Kong Linghongs previous description, the research project will test the brain waves through the nuclear magnetic resonance system to find the changes in the neural network structure of the brain, and the experiment is inspired by the foreign scholars neuroscientific research on Buddhist Zen Kung Fu. For Nei Dan, he explained that in brief, inner Dan is a high-energy air mass. In the field of traditional Chinese medicine, the true spirit of human beings is called inner Dan. Kong Linghongs office is on the left side. This experiment combines the most advanced nuclear magnetic resonance technology. At present, only one (NMR) system in the country has a price of more than 2 million. Kong Linghong said in an interview with the media that it took a lot of effort to transport the instrument to Hua Jia Chi campus. Li Hengwei, a colleague of Kong Linghong and professor of Philosophy in the Department of philosophy of Zhejiang University of humanities, has also paid attention to related topics. He told surging news. Western philosophers, psychologists and cognitive neuroscientists were not strangers to the study of Oriental heart learning (including song and Ming Neo Confucianism, Confucianism and Taoism). In the late nineteenth Century, there was a face-to-face discussion. Question dialogue. At present, Li Hengwei said, the most substantial, effective and influential studies have emerged between the ultra - individual psychology, neuroscience and the traditional oriental Buddhist tradition (such as Zen, sect, idealism, and South Buddhism), and have already published some results. A recent study was published in a 2015 article in cell magazine entitled reconstruction and Deconstruction of self: the cognitive mechanism in meditation practice, by University of Wisconsin at Madison Richard David (RichardJ.Davidson) and the French national health and medical center researcher Antoine Lutz (Ant) OineLutz) signed together. They are leaders in the field of meditation science. The experiment began in 2000. Over the 15 years, more than 100 Buddhist people, and a large number of meditative beginners, participated in scientific experiments at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and other universities. By comparing the brain scans of senior meditator, beginner and non - meditator, the researchers found that meditation gives people changes in the brain - the volume of some parts of the brain becomes larger. Based on this result, scientists began to explain why meditation can enhance peoples cognitive ability and bring emotional benefits. The above studies suggest that specific meditation mechanisms have the potential to treat negative self experience (depression, pain) and improve well-being. The Kong Linghong team has published an article on the recruitment of micro signals on Taoism and Shu Shu, which has been deleted. How to measure the height of the enrolment? Supporters say that foreign studies on Buddhist meditation have been carried out for many years, and similar studies should be carried out in China. Academic research should be inclusive. The University of Wisconsin is a pioneer in this area: the school of Madison, the Universitys research team, began to study the Buddhist meditation mechanism in 2000, and found that meditation will make the volume of some parts of the brain larger, and scientifically explain that meditation may enhance peoples cognitive ability and bring emotion. Good. The results were published in the Journal of cell in 2015. Opponents believe that internal refinement is mysticism, and it has become an object of study for colleges and universities. Pan Cunjuan, a religious researcher from the Shaanxi Academy of Social Sciences, explained to the surging news. At present, most of the studies on inner Dan are in the study of ancient books, which involve little concrete practice. In the large direction, Taoism emphasizes the intake of external energy and the rising of inner spirit. The external intake is through eating. The internal spiritual sublimation may be quite similar to Buddhist meditation. A doctor who did not want to be named told the news that some Taoist alchemists were associated with heavy metals, such as mercury and lead, before the neuroscience intervened, first from the digestion science. Could Kong Linghongs experiment isolate the cultivation of nedan and the intake of Dan Dan? A number of relevant scholars believe that the practitioners may have different emphasis on Wai Dan and nedan, but according to Taoist classics, most of them are carried out at the same time. The auxiliary of Dan medicine plus the practice of internal strength, the ultimate pursuit of Taoism is to become immortal. Li Hengwei, Professor of Philosophy Department of Zhejiang University Humanities College, said. In April 6th this year, in an interview with a reporter from the Southern Metropolis Daily, Kong Linghong said that 7 of the more than 50 people who had signed up had been screened for higher refiners. The 7 people were roughly the end of the alchemy God and the beginning of the emptiness (the Taoist inner Dan practice was in five stages, which were built, refined, refined and refined, respectively. God, the deity is still virtual, refining the virtual way). There are also Taoist voices who believe that Zhejiang University only recruits the practitioners of nedan through mere notices, making it difficult to judge their cultivation. Liang Xingyang, a voiced net red Taoist and Quan Zhen Jiao long school, expressed his critical attitude. I am surprised that Professor Kong said that he had recruited 7 high ranking people who reached the knot of gas refining in the WeChat article. Liang Xingyang told surging news that, as far as he knew, from the national level, there were few practitioners at this level. Even if such a high person exists, it will not waste time to participate in the experiment, and will not take the initiative to sign up through the micro signal. Liang Xingyang said that there has been a tradition of internal Dan practice within Taoism, but it is difficult not to doubt that until today there is no more unified standard of measurement, how does Kong Linghong, as a scholar, distinguish between the high and low of the enrolment? Liang Xingyang also worried that the metaphysics research conducted by Professor Zhejiang University might make pseudoscience take the opportunity to swindle and deceive. In an interview with reporters, Kong Linghong explained the screening process: let interested applicants fill in the form and screen according to the detailed situation of the form. Because we have done similar research for a long time, we can roughly judge his degree through his information. After the previous public number issued the recruitment of articles, some netizens questioned the question. The reply of the author was: the former judge was done by Zhang Tianshi, and now I do not know which is the authority. The article has been deleted at the moment. The experiment has caused many questions to the outside world. Professor He Shanmeng of Zhejiang University of humanities has admitted that it is a troublesome thing. The teaching of Taoism emphasizes empiricism, and the scientific experiment is based on quantization as the standard, and how to objectively describe the strict experimental method in the actual experiment. However, Wang Zhicheng, another professor of Philosophy Department of Zhejiang University, believes that research has not yet begun to accuse, which will bring a lot of unnecessary trouble to the study. As a Ph. D. tutor, he (Kong Linghong) has no pressure on his paper, to study what is his interest, why not to study it. I have also studied a lot of strange things, you let him study it, can you study it when you know... The initiating partner says the project has stopped The surging news noted that in December 24, 2017, the Institute for higher research accreditation of the Institute of Higher Education issued a successful issue of the project meditation and brain activity detection issued by the WeChat public. The reports of the symposium include: how to use scientific means to objectively explain the changes in the brain, the basis of brain science and the background of neural regulation and control, and the study of frequency specific activities in the state of high frequency functional magnetic resonance (HMR). Two months after the end of the seminar, Kong Linghong, who had the background of Taoist culture research and the cooperation with the Institute of higher learning, recruited the practitioners of inner Dan to participate in the study. In April 11th, an surging journalist came to the first floor of the North Tower of the central building of the hual Chi campus, which was located in the nuclear magnetic resonance apparatus. This building, which has the Institute of transformation medicine,, has a entrance guard at all the gates, which is quite different from that of the open South Tower, because of the medical research. The experimental site and MRI are located on the first floor of the Institute of translational medicine, Hujia Chi campus, Zhejiang University. A gate guard said that the MRI machine of the advanced research institute is located on the west side of the first floor, but it is necessary to have an appointment before entering it. In April 11th, the press made a call to the Institute of higher research. A staff member said that the college had discussed related topics, but was rejected by the ethics committee in the process of declaring the subject. We have stopped the project and will not do it anymore. In this regard, Kong Linghong responded briefly to the news in April 14th with a unknown response, and said that the medias earlier reports gave a lot of pressure, so many of our normal work cant be carried out. Professor Zhang Luoying, a professor of neurology research at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, said that he did not understand the study of Taoist Neidan, but from the perspective of ethical review, whether the experiment was harmful to the health of the subjects was a very important part. As far as I know, Zen meditation in Buddhism is harmless to health (so it can be done), but it is not known whether Taoism is harmful, and if it may be harmful, then I think the experiment is not suitable. Zhang Luoying said. Shi Weixing, an associate professor of the school of public health in Zhejiang University, who is engaged in medical ethics, said that there are many cases rejected by ethical review in clinical medical experiments, and the exact reasons are difficult to be investigated, but fundamentally, ethical review is the first of the subjects (or patients) to examine the science of the experiment. Sex and ethics. Shi Weixing said: (to consider) whether the subjects health (face) risks, benefits, and the measurable and evaluable risks and benefits, each of the members of the ethics committee are independent, and they have the right to veto, which is not to be investigated. The source of this article: surging news editor: Guo Ping _B7442 As far as I know, Zen meditation in Buddhism is harmless to health (so it can be done), but it is not known whether Taoism is harmful, and if it may be harmful, then I think the experiment is not suitable. Zhang Luoying said. Shi Weixing, an associate professor of the school of public health in Zhejiang University, who is engaged in medical ethics, said that there are many cases rejected by ethical review in clinical medical experiments, and the exact reasons are difficult to be investigated, but fundamentally, ethical review is the first of the subjects (or patients) to examine the science of the experiment. Sex and ethics. Shi Weixing said: (to consider) whether the subjects health (face) risks, benefits, and the measurable and evaluable risks and benefits, each of the members of the ethics committee are independent, and they have the right to veto, which is not to be investigated.