The term 'best' as it applies to developing your own Qi, is a term that is decidedly unique to your being. A suggestion is to assimilate the basic's, and practice, practice, practice, then stay true to what you discover... No book you can read, nor will any research ever pin down and quantify Qi in such a way that armed with its finding's alone, one will accomplish much.
The key to cultivation is commited practice, you can't get that from a book. Cultivating Qi is an everyday, every minute, every second aspiration/endeavor, that requires committed application of effort, energy and spirit. Dedication to and evolving YOUR practice is 'best'.
That being said, these are a few of the books in the common western Qi Library, by NO means is this list complete, nor would I say any of these authors have within their text, the 'best' Qi healing for you:
Just the basics: (not in any order)
Healing with whole foods
The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing
The healer within: the four essential self-care methods for creating optimal
Qigong meditation: embryonic breathing
The foundations of Chinese medicine: a comprehensive text for acupuncturists
A little bit more esoteric:
The web that has no weaver: understanding Chinese medicine By Ted J. Kaptchuk
The Yellow Emperor's Classic of medicine: a new translation of the Neijing
A few authors/teachers of note: (not in any order)
Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming
Kenneth S Cohen
Dr. Jerry Allen Johnson
Find an authentic teacher (even if you have to travel and only for a weekend), study what this master teaches you, then practice and commit to yourself. May you find what you are looking for.
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