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  • Wu Xing Qi Gong is one of the style I study.

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    The Yin-Yang culture in general dates from the third century BCE or even earlier. It is perhaps the most known and documented concept used within Taoism.

    It is the concept of duality forming a whole. Unity of opposites found in the Universe that resonated and worked with one another for creating harmony and order. The nature of change, balanced as two halves of a whole.

    Some examples of Yin and Yang are : Husband – Wife, Sun –Moon, Fire –Water, Light – Darkness, Heaven – Earth.

    The symbol of the yin yang, also known as the Tai Chi symbol, consists of a circle equally divided into black and white sections in the form of tear drops. Yang is the white side with the black dot on it, and yin is the black side with the white dot on it.

    The outer circle of the sign represents the all encompassing Universe.

    The black area represents yin with the following characteristics: Slow, soft, yielding, diffuse, cold, wet, and passive; and is associated with water, earth, the moon, femininity and night time.

    The white area represents the yang with the following characteristics: Fast, hard, solid, focused, hot, dry, and aggressive; and is associated with fire, sky, the sun, masculinity and day time.

    Located in the areas of their opposite colors, the small circles show that nothing is absolute. In each of the opposing forces there is a small part of the other.

    The tear drop shape illustrates how the Yin and Yang push into each other and illustrate their interdependence.

  • Hi James. I was wondering if you ever heard of Tien Tao Qi Gong, and if you have, what are your feelings about it?

  • I have been in martial Arts since 1968 study diffrance styles also Ti-Chi and Qigong

    I enjoy Qigong for its healing and energy. Working with the 5 elements in harmony with nature.

  • I have been get in the meditation some accelerators for the chi in the practice of chi gong it is very interesting :):):)

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