Herb Chapters

Chapter 1 Herbs that Relieve the Exterior Section 1 Warm, Pungent/Acrid a. Strongly Relieve Wind-Cold b. Mildly Relieve Wind-Cold c. Wind-Cold & Harmonize Stomach d. Wind-Cold-Damp + Headache e. Wind-Cold + Nasal Problems f. Wind-Cold in Summer Section 2 Cool, Pungent/Acrid a. Mildly Release Wind-Heat b. Wind-Heat & Raise Yang Qi c. Wind-Heat Rash, Throat […]

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Chapter 80 Standing alone

小國寡民。使有什伯之器而不用;使民重死而不遠徙。雖有舟輿,無所乘之,雖有甲兵,無所陳之。使民復結繩而用之,甘其食,美其服,安其居,樂其俗。鄰國相望,雞犬之聲相聞,民至老死,不相往來。 1. In a little state with a small population, I would so order it, that, though there were individuals with the abilities of ten or a hundred men, there should be no employment of them; I would make the people, while looking on death as a grievous thing, yet not remove elsewhere (to avoid […]

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Chapter 34 The task of achievement

大道汎兮,其可左右。萬物恃之而生而不辭,功成不名有。衣養萬物而不為主,常無欲,可名於小;萬物歸焉,而不為主,可名為大。以其終不自為大,故能成其大。 1. All-pervading is the Great Tao! It may be found on the left hand and on the right. 2. All things depend on it for their production, which it gives to them, not one refusing obedience to it. When its work is accomplished, it does not claim the name of having done it. It […]

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VIII. VARIATION IN TACTICS

VIII. VARIATION IN TACTICS 1. Sun Tzu said: In war, the general receives his commands from the sovereign, collects his army and concentrates his forces 2. When in difficult country, do not encamp. In country where high roads intersect, join hands with your allies. Do not linger in dangerously isolated positions. In hemmed-in situations, you […]

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Four Principles of Yin Yang Theory

  The opposition of yin and yang: Their ability to struggle with and thus control each other in order to maintain a relative physiological balance through mutual opposition of yin and yang. “When yin predominates, yang will be diseased; when yang predominates, yin will be diseased. The interdependence of yin and yang: Neither can exist […]

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Body Fluids

BODY FLUID JIN YE I. Lung, Spleen and Kidney involved in water metabolism. A. Lung: disperses and descends qi and body fluid. If this function of Lung fails, edema may occur, usually in the face. This type of edema is often treated by inducing sweating, using the opening and closing of pores (another function of […]

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II. WAGING WAR

II. WAGING WAR 1. Sun Tzu said: In the operations of war, where there are in the field a thousand swift chariots, as many heavy chariots, and a hundred thousand mail-clad soldiers, with provisions enough to carry them a thousand li, the expenditure at home and at the front, including entertainment of guests, small items […]

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