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Message  Rubis le Dim 16 Oct - 17:39

Bonjour à tous,
Un espace de convivialité ce dimanche, j'en profite pour vous indiquer un très bon livre sur le Yi Jing et la Médecine Chinoise (en anglais).
Ce livre traditionnel, plusieurs fois primé en Chine a été conseillé par Bazisuanming que je remercie, je l'ai commandé sur Amazon.com, je suis heureuse de le faire connaître en France.


Book of Changes and Traditional Chinese Medicine by Yang Li



First Edition 1998
ISBN 7-5304-2025-9/R-212
Published by Beijing Science & Technology Press

Contents
Chapter One Introduction (1)

Chapter Two The Author of Book of Changes and Its Place in History (Cool

Chapter Three The Structure of Book of Changes and Its Main Content (12)
Section 1 The Structure of Book of Changes (12)
Section 2 The Main Content of Book of Changes (13)

Chapter Four The Nature of Book of Changes (15)

Chapter Five The Basic Theories of Book of Changes (18)

Chapter Six Book of Changes and The Theories of TCM (21)
Section 1 The Particular Relationship etween Book of Changes and TCM (21)
Section 2 The Kinship Between the Theoretical System of Book of Changes and
the Emperor's Canon of Medicine (23)

Chapter Seven The Similarities Between Medicine and Book of Changes (30)
Section 1 Similarity in the View of Movement (30)
Section 2 The Similarity of Integrity (31)
Section 3 The Similarity of the View of Balance (32)

Chapter Eight The Contemparary Study of Book of Changes (36)

Chapter Nine The Eight Trigrams and TCM (45)
Section 1 Origin, Arrangement and Types of the Eight Trigrams (45)
Section 2 The Formation, Arrangement and Meaning of Sixty-Four Double Hexagrams (56)
Section 3 Quality and Significance of the Eight Trigrams (64)

Chapter Ten Map of The Grand Terminus and Theory of TCM (70)
Section 1 Map of the Grand Terminus (70)
Section 2 Philosophical Moral of the Map of the Grand Terminus (74)
Section 3 Map of the Grand Terminus and Yin Yang Qi Hua (76)

Chapter Eleven The He Map, The Lao Writing and TCM Theory (81)
Section 1 The Explanation of the He Map and the Luo Writing Through Trigrams (81)
Section 2 The Num ers in the He Map and the Luo Writing and the Five Elements (86)
Section 3 The Time and Space Relationship Between the He Map, the Luo Writing
and the System of Sun, Moon and Earth (89)

Chapter Twelve Book of Changes and The Science of Human Life
Section 1 A Survey_ of the Development of the Science of Human Life (93)
Section 2 The Eight Trigrams and the Science of Human Life (97)
Section 3 Taiji and the Science of Human Life (110)
Section 4 The He Map, the Luo Writing, and the Science of Human Life (114)

Chapter Thirteen Research on The Temperament of The Eight Trigrams of Book of Changes (126)
Section 1 The Division of Temperaments and Its Significance (126)
Section 2 The Theory of Temperament in the Emperor's Canon of Medicine and Its Clinical Significance (137)
Section 3 Contrastive Studies of Temperament in China and Abroad (141)

Chapter Fourteen Book of Changes and Forecasting (148)
Section 1 Book of Changes Series and Forecasting (148)
Section 2 Divination in Changes and Information (152)
Section 3 Divinatory Methods in Book of Changes (157)
Section 4 Characterisiics of Divination in Book of Changes and Its Influence on Forecasting (161)
Section 5 Forecasting with Qigong (163)

Chapter Fifteen Book of Changes and Forecasting Medical Science of TCM (167)
Section 1 Physiognomy in TCM (167)
Section 2 Forecasting According to the Appearance of Hands (185)
Section 3 The Forecasting Value of Dreams (194)

Chapter Sixteen Book of Changes and Chinese Qigong (Breathing Exercises) (197),
Section 1 The Theory of Chinese Qigong Originating in Book of Changes (197)
Section 2 Book of Changes and Taoist Qigong (205)
Section 3 Book of Changes and Buddhist Qigong (212)

Chapter Seventeen Book of Changes and The Science of The Section 4 The Theory of Purgation and Invigoration and Brain (215)
Section 1 The Re-evaluation of the Dynamic Role of Consciousness (215)
Section 2 A Brief Account of the Development of Psychophysiology-Both at Home and Abroad (217)
Section 3 Book of Changes and the Development of Psychophysiology (221)
Section 4 Qigong of the Brain (222)

Chapter Eighteen Book of Changes and The Study of Acupuncture and Moxi ustion (232)
Section 1 Book of Changes and the Midnight-Noon Ebb Flow Technique, and the Eight Magic Turtle Techniques (232)
Section 2 The Eight Trigrams in Book of Changes and Acupuncture and Moxibustion (236)
Section 3 Book of Changes and Coordinating the Acupuncture Points (238)

Chapter Nineteen Book of Changes and Medicated Diet (241)
Section 1 Xiang in Book of Changes and Medicated Diet Principles (242)
Section 2 The Eight Trigrams, Medical Food and Medicated Diet (243)
Section 3 Rising and Decreasing of Qi According to Time in Book of Changes And the Biological Clock in Taking Medicated Food (245)
Section 4 The Theory of Purgation and Invigoration and Medicated Food to Life (247)

Chapter Twenty Book of Changes and Aesthetic Medicine (251)
Section 1 Connotation of Aesthetic Medicine in Book of Changes (251)
Section 2 The Application of Aesthetic Medicine in Book of Changes (254)

Chapter Twenty-one Book of Changes and The Three Basic Laws of The Universe (266)
Section 1 The Unity of Time and Space and the Holistic View of the Grand Terminus, the Eight Trigrams, the He Map and the Luo Writing (266)
Section 2 The Unity of Motion and Relative Rest and the Deriving Law of the Balance View of The Grand Terminus, The Eight Trigrams, the He Map and the Luo Writing (272)
Section 3 The Unity of Yin-Yang Opposites and Motion View of the Grand Terminus, the Eight Trigrams, the
He Map and the Luo Writing (279)

Chapter Twenty-two The Holistic Existence of The Grand Terminus (Taiji) and The Eight Trigrams in The Whole Cosmos (282)
Section 1 The Definition of Holisticism and Its Source (282)
Section 2 The Holisticism of Taiji and the Eight Trigrams Section 4 The Application of the Decrease-Increase Theory
in Book of Changes (286)
Section 3 The Map of Taiji : Epitome of Cosmic Motion Laws (288)
Section 4 The Holisticism of Taiji and the Eight Trigrams in the Human Body (289)
Section 5 The Special Holistic Areas in the Human Body Section (291)

Chapter Twenty-three Book of Changes and The Occurrence of The Universe (296)
Section 1 Profound Meaning of the Occurrence of the Law of Yin Yang Yao (296)
Section 2 The He Map and the Luo Writing-the Map of the Derivation of Everything (297)
Section 3 Imagination A out the Grand Terminus-the Eight Trigrams Deriving Law (300)
Section 4 The Origin of Life--the Deriving Law of the Grand Terminus in Microcosm (303)
Section 5 Book of Changes and Human Genesis (307)
Section 6 Observing the Grand Terminus in Macrocosm From the Occurrence of the Solar System (309)

Chapter Twenty-four Book of Changes and Sexology (316)
Section 1 A Survey of This Chapter (316)
Section 2 The Origin of Sexology in China (317)
Section 3 The Decrease-Increase Theory in Book of Changes and Sexology (322)
Section 4 The Application of the Decrease-Increase Theory Recorded on the Excavated Bamboo Slips
from the Ma Wang Dui Han Ruins (325)
Section 5 The Application of the Decrease-Increase Theory to Sexual Techniques Recorded in the Book Effective
Prescriptions (327)
Section 6 Sexual. Qigong (332)
Section 7 Bionics in Sexuality (339)
Section 8 Sexual Periodicity (341)
Section 9 The Decrease-Increase Theory in Sexuality (344)

Chapter Twenty-five Book of Changes and Theory of Senility (349)
Section 1 Modern Theories of Senility (349)
Section 2 Taiji Life Clock of Eight Trigrams and Book of Changes (358)
Section 3 The Brain and Anti-Senility (365)
Section 4 Life Recapitulation and Anti-Senility (370)
Section 5 Dynamic Qigong and Anti-Senility (373)
Section 6 Yang Qi and Life (376)
Section 7 Water and Anti-Senility (378)

Chapter Twenty-six Book of Changes and Acoustics (382)
Section 1 Essentials of Acoustic Information (382)
Section 2 Profound Meanings of Incantations in Book of Changes (386)
Section 3 Investigation into Special Speech Sounds Incantations, Cosmic Language and Qigong Language (389)
Section 4 Speech Sound : Science of Traditional Chinese Medicine (404)

Chapter Twenty-seven Book of Changes and Biological Clocks (415)
Section 1 A General Survey of Biological Clocks (415)
Section 2 Information on Periodic Rhythm Existing in the Universe (416)
Section 3 The Formation Mechanism of the Biological Clock (417)
Section 4 Taiji Clock and Its Important Enlightenment (421)
Section 5 The Application of the Taiji Clock (429)
Section 6 The Calculation of the Biological Clock (431)

Chapter Twenty-eight The Law of Reverse Motion in Book of Changes and The Life, Science (440)
Section 1 The Law of Reverse Motion and the Law of Recapitulation (440)
Section 2 The Reverse Motion of Consciousness and its Significance (444)
Section 3 The Repression-Releasing Effects on Homologous Organs Left by Reverse Motion (448)
Section 4 The Application of the Theory of Homologous Organs to Medical Science (451)

Chapter Twenty-nine Book of Changes and Bionics (461)
Section 1 The Bionic Idea in Book of Changes (461)
Section 2 Bionic Medical Science (464)
Section 3 Bionic Qi Gong (465)

Chapter Thirty Book of Changes and Genetics (476)
Section 1 Summary of Genetics (476)
Section 2 Life's Genetic System (480)
Section 3 Theory of Change and the Genetic Principle (483)
Section 4 The Eight Trigrams, the Grand Terminus and the Genetic Code (484)
Section 5 Book of Changes and Eugenics (490)

Chapter Thirty-one Book of Changes and Ecology (500)
Section 1 Ecology and Ecosystem (500)
Section 2 Book of Changes and Ecological Balance (501)
Section 3 The Enlightenment of Book of Changes to Ecological Balance (504)
Section 4 Book of Changes and Symbiosis (511)

Extracts From The Original Book of Changes and Analysis (517)
Part I (517)
Part II (544)

Will write after a few days a review on it.

...

A Brief Introduction to the Author Yang Li, professor at the Graduate Department of the TCM Institute of China, is a well-known expert in Yi science and a TCM theorist.

Her works have made great contributions to the dissemination of Chinese culture.
Among them are the Book of Changes and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Advance Diagnosing of Diseases in Chinese Medicine and Chinese Medical Science of Breath Exercises, which have had a great influence on medical practice both at home and abroad.

All these books have been highly commended and have won many prizes.
The Book of Changes and Traditional Chinese Medicine was awarded the World Golden Prize of Taiji Science in 1993 because of
the unique and original, ideas set forth in the book.
It has also been awarded the National Best-selling Prize for Outstanding Books on Science and Technology, the Second Prize for Excellent Books of
Beijing, and the First Prize for Excellent Books of 10 Provinces/Cities in North China.
The book is available in both simplified and complex Chinese characters and has been translated into English, Japanese and Korean editions, which are selling well in different parts of the world .

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