Book of Changes and Traditional Chinese Medicine by Yang Li

By Yang Li

This ebook organically combines the theories in The ebook of adjustments with TCM, systematically analyses the shut family members among them, and highlights the importance of the philosophy of adjustments to TCM theories. it really is a very good educational e-book of technological know-how and in addition a monographic paintings on wellbeing and fitness maintenance, so as to be of serious worth to investigate paintings to either Yi-science and TCM theories.

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It in Book of Changes, "Qian, [ represents] what is great and 4c4pnating, " which means Qian is pure Yang, extremely strong and Also in Tuan-Trigram of Yi, it says,, "Vast is the great and indicated by Qian! " Kun represents and original, which means Kun is pure Yin, extremely flexible ient . It says in Tuan Trigram of Yi, "Complete is the and originating [capacity ] ' indicated by Kun! All things owe their birth, - it receives obediently the influences of heaven . " t f Changes attaches importance to Qian Yuan especially, reIzayng it as the motive force that all things owe their beginning to .

Section 2 The Formation, Arrangement and Meaning of SixtyFour Double Hexagrams The Eight Trigrams, also named Eight Jing Trigrams, are the basis of the sixty-four separated hexagrams, or sixty-four double hexagrams, whose way of derivation lies in that every separated hexagram is composed of two Jing trigram . For instance, Meng sep- arated hexagram _ is composed of Gen trigram E and Kan trigram :: . Gen trigram (reflects mountains) is the upper gua, Kan (reflects water) is the lower, so the character of Meng separated hexagram is a spring issue beneath a mountain .

Da Yu in the Xia Dynasty (21-16 C . BC) tarried waters referring to the picture of the divine tortoise . This provides evidence for "the He gave forth the map, tend the Luo the writing in the Great Treatise on Yi . "He" refers to the Yellow River and "Luo" refers the Luo River . Eof Changes and Traditional Chinese Medicine came out of the Luo River, it had writings on its back from which Yu drew his writing . It is recorded in Shi Zi ((P-T)), the fourteenth quoted passage in Guang Bo Wu Zhi ((1'' f A ) ) , Yu, while taming the river, observed the water and saw a white-faced man with the body of a fish come out of the water, saying "I am the spirit of the river" then gave the He Map to Yu and went back to the water .

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