HEALTH & HEALING
LIFE IS LIKE A CANDLE, AS THE CHINESE SAY... YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN IT WILL BLOW OUT.
That said, here at Crowded World we are devoted to extending the life span as long as possible, adding oil to the candle before it runs out...
All life is energy (氣, Qi), as the Ancient Chinese fully understood. We were born from Qi and to Qi will we one day return. It flows through the body, and can be manipulated by massage, and acupuncture. It is also present in food, showing the importance of a balanced diet.
In China, Yang is the term for manifestations of Qi that are immaterial, bright, hot and expanding. Yin refers to matter which has cooled and taken form, such as a planet, or a human body.
One might imagine that the Big Bang never happened... or rather, that is being reenacted constantly. Yang explodes from the void, and solidifies into Yin. Stars blaze into being, throwing off material which becomes solid planets.
Xue (blood) is considered to be quite Yin, since it has a material form. While libido is the energy of the mind, how does it relate to the types of energy descried by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)? Perhaps we might say that libido is Zhi, the Will, which resides in the kidneys. Actually, Jing is often described as the source of mental energy. It is karmic, since we inherit it from our parents, especially the mother.
Just as there are five tastes, there are also five elements to correspond with them: wood (sour), fire (bitter), earth (sweet), metal (pungent) and water (salty).
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