Art-of-Air Award_Zertifikat


AIRNERGY Award Ceremony on “Air Day” with reference to the 2019 Nobel Prize:

Dr. Jibin Chi again awarded the “Art of Air Award”

Dr. Jibin Chi again awarded the “Art of Air Award”

Researchers unearthed new groundbreaking findings on breathing atmosphere

Hennef, December 21, 2019 – The Art of Air initiative, founded by AIRNERGY, has also awarded the Art of Air Award (AoAA), launched a year ago, to Dr. Jibin Chi, President of the Channel Biomedical Group and Director of the CHI Awakening Academy, in 2019. Chi has to do with holistic medicine worldwide, or more precisely: translational medicine, an interdisciplinary branch of biomedicine that brings together the three main pillars of research, treatment and science to promote further development and improvement of prevention, diagnosis and therapy. Dr. Chi received the prize in the “Science” category for his extraordinary achievements in the field of breathing atmosphere.

With this new award, the “Art of Air” jury deliberately honours the outstanding research work of the renowned scientist and sets a clear sign for the perception of his new groundbreaking findings.

It is also a treatment method that works on the model of nature. The so-called AIRNERGY vitalizers use atmospheric oxygen (21%) in combination with sunlight, the relative humidity of the ambient air and a method modelled on natural photosynthesis, the breathing atmosphere in an active, high-energy state; this can better metabolize the human cell and thus convert it into energy and vitality. In particular, performance defects can be compensated for and repair and regeneration processes can be maintained and optimised in a natural way.

On the occasion of his award, Chi said: “The fact that This is the second time I have received this valuable award fills me with particular joy. It is very important to me to make the almost inestimable benefits of spirovitalization known to the general public in the sense of improving oxygen supply – all over the world. The lessons I have learned from this treatment method have significantly influenced my research in physiology, energy medicine and quantum biology. In my lectures, I have repeatedly emphasized how strongly AIRNERGY technology has brought together the theories of the two Nobel laureates Dr. Otto Warburg and Dr. Albert Szent-Györgyi. Thus AIRNERGY is, so to speak, a forest air producer, which makes it possible to absorb the energy of the healthy forest air even in enclosed spaces, which is also called ‘forest bathing’. Where can you find anything like it today?”

In 2019, the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine was awarded to US researchers Dr. William Kaelin Jr., Sir Peter Ratcliffe and Dr. Grepp Semenza for their joint study and research in the field of cellular oxygen supply and oxygen utilization (med. O2 Utilisation).

The awarding of the current Nobel Prize in Medicine thus once again supports and confirms the importance and mode of action of spirovital therapy and its holistic effect on cellular life.

Guido Bierther, “Art of Air” initiator, was particularly pleased with this award: “With the award of the current Nobel Prize, our achievements are also indirectly recognized, because the research results of the three prizewinners are almost identical to the results of our own work. This will now also draw more international attention to our most important foodstuff. Because one of our most important goals is to create public awareness of our most valuable food and essential remedy: the ‘breathing atmosphere’. Our recently produced educational brochure “The Little Atmos” contributes successfully to this and enjoys enormous popularity among children. We would like to thank Dr. Chi very much for his exceptional achievements and his outstanding commitment in the field of oxygen supply and thus spirovitalization. The results of his research work confirm the successes of our basic scientific work, our technology and quality and our products. The new “White Paper” prepared by Dr. Chi, which explains the essential details of spirovital therapy, can now be accessed from AIRNERGY.”

Chi came to his study results not only through the work of the corresponding Nobel laureates. He was also inspired by countless customer feedbacks, documentations and publications on application successes of different users, which AIRNERGY, as a manufacturer of vitalizers, meticulously collected from the very beginning and conscientiously prepared for scientific and other purposes.

The AoAA is awarded regularly on 21 December: the “Day of the Air” or “Day of Air”, which AIRNERGY initiated last year in order to draw attention to the importance of our most valuable food. For the importance of air, or more precisely the breathing atmosphere, is hardly high enough for cellular life, since it is the source of all our existence from the first to the last breath. Without food, humans could survive for a few weeks, without water for a few days, but without the energy from the air for only a few minutes. Every day, people breathe about 12,000 liters of air in and out about 21,000 times, which is about 7.5 million breaths a year – far more than half a billion in their lives. We are often unaware of these enormous quantities.

The fledgling “Art of Air” initiative plans to expand the award, which will be given to an individual, group, company or institution, to a total of 21 categories in the coming years. With the Art-of-Air-Award, she wants to pay tribute in the future to special merits in the fields of methods, optics, physics, sensor technology, philosophy, music, photography, sustainability, media, art, travel, aviation and sport, including, for example, aerial acrobatics or disciplines such as sports and gliders, around the topic of “breathing air”. With potential cooperation partnersas well as professional organisers, discussions will be held on the selection and awarding of prizes for the coming years. It is planned that the “Art of Air” initiative will be the first international tender for all 21 AoAA categories from 2021.

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Text: Michael Nassenstein