Chapter 1 The Way

道,可道,非恆道。 名,可名,非恆名。 無名,天地之始﹔有名,萬物之母。 故常無欲,以觀其妙﹔常有欲,以觀其徼。 此兩者同出而異名,同謂之玄。 玄之又玄,眾妙之門。  

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Taiji Lun

Taiji, born of Wuji, is the potential for either dong (movement, dynamic) or jing (stillness, static). It is the mother ( the source) of yin and yang. In dong (movement) yin and yang tend to fen (become separate and distinct), in jing (stillness) yin and yang tend to he (unite to become one). Neither overextend […]

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5E quiz

Wu Xing – Five Phase Basics 1. The Mother of Water is mother of Wood Wood is mother of Fire Fire is mother of Earth Earth is mother of Metal Metal is mother of Water Water is mother of=Wood Wood is mother of=Fire Fire is mother of=Earth Earth is mother of=Metal Metal is mother of=Water […]

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Measurement

Measurement 1 lian= 30 g 1 qian=3 g 1 fen=0.3g Dosage is based on: 1) properties of herbs: quality, texture and toxicity 2) combinations and forms of prescriptions( combination, preparation form, and purpose of using herbs) 3) patients( patient’s condition, constitution and age)

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Points 2

寅 Yin Hour of the Tiger B1 11:00 pm until 1:00 am 子 Zi Human Spirit: Ankles Gall Bladder Meridian GB Excess – GB 38 Source GB 40 SJ Deficiency + SJ 3 Horary GB 41 B2 1:00 am until 3:00 am 丑 Chou Human Spirit: Head Liver Meridian Liv Excess – Liv 2 Source […]

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Ming Mem Ming Men Opened

Ming MemMing Men Opened Bai Hui, Ming Men and Wei Lu are three acupuncture cavities that play a big role in Tai Chi training and practice. Among the three, Ming Men is of the most important. There are only very small group of people who really obtained so-called the internal Kung-Fu or internal energy, almost […]

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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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TERMINOLOGY EQUIVALENCIES

The terminology used in various texts, schools, and by practitioners can vary widely. The following list of equivalencies is provided to help you bridge some of the terminology differences that may be encountered. Each term can be found in alphabetical order, with its equivalencies listed to its right. This list is far from comprehensive. Ancestral […]

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