G
31
54
2
G124
G25
B1
Spaces:
1= Cyclic Day
2= Yin/Yang Cycle
3=Seasons
4=Cardinal Directions
5=Phenomenological Motion
BL...
Input 2:
Yin-Yang Cycle
Domain: space-time
Frame: cosmos
Extreme: Yang/Yin
Interval: relative
Length: relative
Key Element...
Input 2:
Yin-Yang Cycle
Domain: space-time
Frame: cosmos
Extreme: Yang/Yin
Interval: relative
Length: relative
Key Element...
Fig. 1c
Spring- (germination; growth;
activity; warming up; more sun)
Summer- (maximum light;
heat; activity; expenditure)...
-Expansive outward
movement in all
directions
-Upward movement
-Center/Balance
-Contractive inward
movement
-Downward move...
Yin-Yang
Cycle
Fig. 2b
Phenomenological
Motion
Blend 1 (G25)—Isolated
Image-Schematic Content:
Yin-Yang Cycle/
Phenomenolo...
1
3
2
Blend-2a: Yin-Yang Cycle
(Cosmological Sequence)
Spaces:
1= Yin-Yang Cycle (Cosmological Seq.)
2= Phenomenological M...
Input 1: Yin-Yang
Cycle
Domain: space-time
Frame: cosmos
Key Elements:
transition; patterned
motion; planar
interaction
In...
3. WOOD (W)
-Flexible; can be bent and
straightened
2. FIRE (F)
-Flares upward
5. EARTH (E)
-Permits sowing and growing
4....
Yin-Yang
Cycle
Phenomenological
Directions
Material
Substance
Bend 2a:
Image-Schematic
Yin-Yang Cycle,
Phenom. Motion,
Mat...
Input 4: Generating Sequence
Domain: natural systems
Frame: 5 Element Generating
Sequence
Key Function: patterned
transiti...
F
Fig. 3e
Input 4: Generating Sequence
(Cycle of Growth and Promotion)
Input 5: Controlling Sequence
(Patterns of Control)...
WOOD
Promotes FIRE
Loosens EARTH
FIRE
Promotes EARTH
Melts METAL
EARTH
Promotes METAL
Obstructs WATER
METAL
Promotes WATER...
Input B-2b 4:
Generating Sequence
Function: cycle of change
Pattern: 5-point circle
Motion: clockwise
promotion—“birth”—of...
F
E
MA
W
F
E
MA
W
A
F
MW E
B
G
GGC
GGY GCY
Generating
Sequence
Controlling
Sequence
Yin-Yang Cycle
(Cosmological Sequence)...
WOOD
Generates FIRE
WOOD Promotes FIRE
FIRE
Generates EARTH
FIRE Promotes EARTH
EARTH
Generates METAL
EARTH Promotes METAL...
G
OE
B3
X1,2,3
*Five Element Patterns
(From Blend 2)
Organs
F
W M
A
E
F
E
MA
W
Additional Characteristics –
(Added as nece...
Input 3:
Additional
Correspondences*
Domain: x
Frame: x
Key function: x
Input 1:
5 Element Sequences
Domain: natural syste...
LIVER—WOOD
WOOD Promotes FIRE
LIVER Promotes HEART
HEART— FIRE
FIRE Promotes EARTH
HEART Promotes SPLEEN
SPLEEN— EARTH
EAR...
LIVER—WOOD
WOOD controls EARTH
LIVER controls SPLEEN
HEART— FIRE
FIRE controls METAL
HEART controls LUNGS
SPLEEN— EARTH
EA...
LIVER
Generates HEART
LIVER Promotes HEART
HEART
Generates SPLEEN
HEART Promotes SPLEEN
SPLEEN
Generates LUNGS
SPLEEN Prom...
FIRE
-Maximum Yang
-Summer
-Noon
-South
-Mature Yang
-Yang within Yang
METAL
-Growth of Yin
-Autumn
-Sunset
-West
-Immatur...
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  1. 1. G 31 54 2 G124 G25 B1 Spaces: 1= Cyclic Day 2= Yin/Yang Cycle 3=Seasons 4=Cardinal Directions 5=Phenomenological Motion BLEND 1: YIN-YANG CYCLE Phenomenological Motion also drawn upon for Image- Schematic representation (Elaborated Blend Fig. 2a, 2b) Fig. 1 Yin-Yang Cycle Network Blend Elaborated Blend—Fig. 1a Elaborated Blend—Fig. 1b Structure of Yin- Yang cycle used as reference frame for compression of all cycles G325 Elaborated Blend —Figs. 2a/ 2b
  2. 2. Input 2: Yin-Yang Cycle Domain: space-time Frame: cosmos Extreme: Yang/Yin Interval: relative Length: relative Key Elements: transition; patterned motion Input 1: Cyclic Day Domain: time Frame: cyclic day Extremes: Sunrise/Sunset; Noon/Midnight; light/dark; sun/moon; Interval: ¼ day Length: 6hrs Key Elements: light; temperature Input 4: Cardinal Directions Domain: space Frame: planet/compass Extremes: South/North; East/West Interval: vector/quadrant Length: 90° Focus: spatial orientation; position of sun Blend 1: Yin-Yang Cycle G124 Generic Space Domain Frame Extremes Interval Length Key Elements Fig. 1a Domains of space-time compressed Framed as cycle—cyclic day/clockwise around compass Intervals and Lengths syncopated and compressed to fit blend—Yin-Yang cycle/ day/ compass Highlighted elements: light; temperature; position of sun; spatial orientation; transition; patterned motion Yin-Yang Cycle Blend: Cyclic Day/ Cardinal Directions
  3. 3. Input 2: Yin-Yang Cycle Domain: space-time Frame: cosmos Extreme: Yang/Yin Interval: relative Length: relative Key Elements: transition; patterned motion Input 3: Seasons Domain: time Frame: seasonal year Extremes: Summer/Winter; Spring/Autumn Interval: season Length: 3 months Key Elements: weather; temperature; activity Input 5: Phenomenological Motion Domain: space Frame: cosmos Extremes: Upward/downward; Expansive/Contractive Interval: relative Length: relative Key Elements: motion; directionality Blend 1: Scaled to Fit Yin-Yang Cycle G325 Generic Space Domain Frame Interval Length Key Elements Domains of space-time compressed Framed as cycle— seasons throughout the calendrical year Intervals and Lengths syncopated and compressed to fit blend—Yin-Yang cycle via seasonal year Highlighted elements: weather; temperature; activity; directionality; transition; patterned motion Fig. 1b Yin-Yang Cycle Blend: Seasons/ Phenom. Motion
  4. 4. Fig. 1c Spring- (germination; growth; activity; warming up; more sun) Summer- (maximum light; heat; activity; expenditure) Autumn- (cooling down; harvest; storage; more darkness) Winter- (maximum darkness; cold; conservation; non-active) Yang within Yin- Immature Yang Growth of Yang Yang within Yang- Mature Yang Maximum Yang Yin within Yang- Immature Yin Growth of Yin Yin within Yin- Mature Yin Maximum Yin Sunrise- sun coming up; light increase; warming up Noon- sun completely out; mid-day marker; hot Sunset- sun going down; cooling down Midnight- no sun; peak darkness; cool East- sun rises South- primary direction West- sun sets North- opposite of South -Expansive outward movement in all directions -Upward movement -Contractive, inward movement -Downward movement SEASONAL YEAR CYCLIC DAY YIN/YANG CYCLE CARDINAL DIRECTIONS PHENOMENOLOGICAL MOTION CYCLES OF TIME CYCLES OF SPACE Blend 1: Yin/Yang Cycles —Multi-scope Blend Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Blend 1
  5. 5. -Expansive outward movement in all directions -Upward movement -Center/Balance -Contractive inward movement -Downward movement Phenomenological MOTION Fig. 2a Immature Yang- -expansive in outward movement in all directions Mature Yang- -upward movement Central House Balance, Harmony Immature Yin- -contractive, inward movement Mature Yin- -downward movement Yang within Yin- Immature Yang Growth of Yang Yang within Yang- Mature Yang Maximum Yang Central House Harmony Yin within Yang- Immature Yin Growth of Yin Yin within Yin- Mature Yin Maximum Yin Yin-Yang Cycle Input 1 Input 2 BLEND 1 (G25) *Lexical concepts of both yin-yang representations and phenomenological motion utilized to frame conceptual aspects of all mental spaces compressed into Yin-Yang Cycle Blend Blend 1 (G25)—Isolated Lexical Information: Yin-Yang Cycle/ Phenomenological Motion
  6. 6. Yin-Yang Cycle Fig. 2b Phenomenological Motion Blend 1 (G25)—Isolated Image-Schematic Content: Yin-Yang Cycle/ Phenomenological Motion *Image-Schematic content of phenomenological motion utilized to frame conceptual aspects of all mental spaces compressed into Yin-Yang Cycle Blend BLEND 1 (G25)
  7. 7. 1 3 2 Blend-2a: Yin-Yang Cycle (Cosmological Sequence) Spaces: 1= Yin-Yang Cycle (Cosmological Seq.) 2= Phenomenological Motion 3= Material Substance G123= Yin-Yang Cycle (Cosmo. Seq) BLEND 2: 5 Element Sequences Yin-Yang Cycle & 5 Element Patterns Network Blend 4 B-2a B-2b F W M A E F E MA W G123 G45 Blend-2b: 5 Element Interactions Spaces: 4= Generating Sequence 5= Controlling Sequence G45= Generating/ Controlling Sequences BLEND 2: 5 Element Sequences 5 G B-2a/ B-2b Fig. 3 *Note: Yin-Yang cycle retains access to all elements of complete network—Blend 1 (B1)* Traces imported elements: —Inputs 4, 5 import lexical information from Inputs 1/2 —Pattern structure remains independently framed Elaborated in Figs. 3a/3b/3c B2 Elaborated in Figs. 3g/3h/3i Elaborated in Figs. 3d/3e/3f
  8. 8. Input 1: Yin-Yang Cycle Domain: space-time Frame: cosmos Key Elements: transition; patterned motion; planar interaction Input 3: Material Substance Domain: matter Frame: material substance Key Elements: physical properties Input 2: Phenomenological Motion Domain: space Frame: nature Key Elements: motion; direction Blend 2a: Scaled to Fit— Yin-Yang Cycle (Cosmological Sequence) G Generic Space Domain Frame Key Elements Blend 2a: Domains of space, time, and matter compressed Framed as system/process— process of continual change Highlighted elements: weather; activity; direction; transition; patterned motion and interaction in nature; physical properties of material substances Fig. 3a Blend 2a: Yin-Yang Cycle, Phenomenological Motion, Material Substance Blend
  9. 9. 3. WOOD (W) -Flexible; can be bent and straightened 2. FIRE (F) -Flares upward 5. EARTH (E) -Permits sowing and growing 4. METAL (M) -Compliance and resistance 1. WATER (A) -Moistens and flows downward -Expansive outward movement in all directions -Upward movement -Center/Balance -Contractive inward movement -Downward movement MOTION Material Substance Phenomenological Motion Yang within Yin- Immature Yang Growth of Yang Yang within Yang- Mature Yang Maximum Yang Central House Harmony Yin within Yang- Immature Yin Growth of Yin Yin within Yin- Mature Yin Maximum Yin Yin-Yang Cycle YIN/YANG Blend 2a: (Elaborated) Yin-Yang Cycle, Phenomenological Motion, Material Substance Blend Fig. 3b Input 1 Input 2 3. WOOD (W) -Yang within Yin Flexible; can be bent and straightened -Expansive outward movement in all directions 2. FIRE (F) Yang within Yang -Flares upward -Upward movement 1. WATER (A) Yin within Yin -Moistens and flows downward -Downward movement 4. METAL (M) Yin within Yang -Compliance and resistance -Contractive inward movement 5. EARTH (E) Central House -Permits sowing and growing -Center/Balance Input 3 F W M A E Yin-Yang Cycle Blend 2a Cosmological Axes
  10. 10. Yin-Yang Cycle Phenomenological Directions Material Substance Bend 2a: Image-Schematic Yin-Yang Cycle, Phenom. Motion, Material Substance Fig. 3c F W M A E Blend 2a Input 1 Input 2 Input 3
  11. 11. Input 4: Generating Sequence Domain: natural systems Frame: 5 Element Generating Sequence Key Function: patterned transition from one phase into the next in Pattern: circular clockwise transition Input 5: Controlling Sequence Domain: natural systems Frame: 5 Element Controlling Sequence Key Function: patterned control/ restraint of each phase upon the next Pattern: pentagonal star pattern—force exerted in a clockwise fashionBlend-2b: 5 Element Interactions Domain: shared— Natural systems (sequences) Compressed frame: Generating and Controlling sequences both become part of the blend Combined Function: both functions essential for running the blend Pattern: combined patterns of interaction—both crucial to understand blended patterns of interaction Generic Space Domain Frame Key Elements Blend 2b: 5 Element Sequences —Generating/ Controlling Fig. 3d *Note: Imported Frame —lexical information imported from Blend-2a and mapped onto each “phase” of cycle. —Characteristic patterns and phases of sequences recognized —Lexical items and concepts for phenomenological motions imported to structure each corresponding “phase” in the Generating and Controlling sequences *System interactions for both sequences compressed into blend to establish one unified system of interaction between each phase/element
  12. 12. F Fig. 3e Input 4: Generating Sequence (Cycle of Growth and Promotion) Input 5: Controlling Sequence (Patterns of Control) Blend-2b: (Image-Schematic) Interaction of Combined Sequences —(Generating and Controlling) F E MA W Blend-2b *System interactions for both sequences compressed into blend to establish one unified system of interaction between each phase/element M E A W F EW A M —refer to Appendix 7 for a more detailed—complex—representation of cross-space mapping
  13. 13. WOOD Promotes FIRE Loosens EARTH FIRE Promotes EARTH Melts METAL EARTH Promotes METAL Obstructs WATER METAL Promotes WATER Knocks down WOOD WATER Promotes WOOD Extinguishes FIRE WOOD Generates FIRE WOOD Promotes FIRE FIRE Generates EARTH FIRE Promotes EARTH EARTH Generates METAL EARTH Promotes METAL METAL Generates WATER METAL Promotes WATER WATER Generates WOOD WATER Promotes WOOD WOOD Controls EARTH WOOD loosens EARTH FIRE Controls METAL FIRE Melts METAL EARTH Controls WATER EARTH Obstructs WATER METAL Controls WOOD METAL Knocks down WOOD WATER Controls FIRE WATER Extinguishes FIRE Generating Sequence (Cycle of Growth and Promotion) Controlling Sequence (Patterns of Control) Interaction of Combined Sequences Fig. 3f Blend 2b: (Elaborated) Elaborated 5 Element Sequences Blend —Generating/ Controlling Input 4 Input 5 *Note: lexical items (elements) imported from Blend-2a and mapped onto each “phase” of cycle *System interactions for both sequences compressed into blend to establish one unified system of interaction between each phase/element Blend-2b
  14. 14. Input B-2b 4: Generating Sequence Function: cycle of change Pattern: 5-point circle Motion: clockwise promotion—“birth”—of each element by the previous Focus: specified cycle of change Input B-2a: Yin-Yang Cycle (Cosmological Sequence) Function: system foundation Pattern: 4 cardinal points with one central pivot point; clockwise & across planes (horizontal, vertical) Motion: interaction of points through central pivot Focus: transformation of complementary opposites Input B-2b 5: Controlling Sequence Function: system regulation Pattern: 5-point pentagonal star Motion: clockwise control of each element upon the next Focus: internal balance and system regulation Blend 2: Combined Sequences G Generic Space Function Pattern Motion Focus Fig. 3g Blend 2: Combined Patterns Function: foundation, change, and regulation of system Pattern: functional access to all patterns—with Generating and Controlling compressed into one complete cycle Motion: all patterns of motion retained Focus: patterns of creation, function, and regulation of complete system Blend 2: 5 Element Patterns -Yin-Yang—Cosmo.Seq—B-2a -Generating Sequence—B-2b 4 -Controlling Sequence—B-2b 5
  15. 15. F E MA W F E MA W A F MW E B G GGC GGY GCY Generating Sequence Controlling Sequence Yin-Yang Cycle (Cosmological Sequence) F E M A W Fig. 3h Blend 2: 5 Element Patterns Blend 2 has access to all sequences structures (projection of frames illustrated in Fig 3) BLEND 2 Input B-2b 4 Input B-2a (& Blend 1) Input B-2b 5 *for example of extension to 5 Element correspondences see Blend 3-c—Fig. 4d (as applied to Zhang organs) Generating/Yin-Yang Generating/Controlling Controlling/Yin-Yang 1 2 3 45
  16. 16. WOOD Generates FIRE WOOD Promotes FIRE FIRE Generates EARTH FIRE Promotes EARTH EARTH Generates METAL EARTH Promotes METAL METAL Generates WATER METAL Promotes WATER WATER Generates WOOD WATER Promotes WOOD WOOD Controls EARTH WOOD loosens EARTH FIRE Controls METAL FIRE Melts METAL EARTH Controls WATER EARTH Obstructs WATER METAL Controls WOOD METAL Knocks down WOOD WATER Controls FIRE WATER Extinguishes FIRE Controlling Generating WOOD (3)—Hor. Axis Immature Yang Opposite of METAL FIRE (2)—Vert. Axis Mature Yang Opposite of WATER EARTH (5)--Center -Pivot/ Balance Point- METAL (4)—Hor. Axis Immature Yin Opposite of WOOD WATER (1)—Vert. Axis -Foundation- Mature Yin Opposite of FIRE Maximum Yin Yin-Yang/ Cosmological Fig. 4c Input B-2a Input B-2b 5 Input B-2b 4 WOOD (3)— Immature Yang Cosmo. Opp. of METAL Generates FIRE Controls EARTH FIRE (2)— Mature Yang Cosmo. Opp. of WATER Generates EARTH Controls METAL EARTH (5)— Center/ Balance/Harmony Cosmological Pivot/neutral Generates METAL Controls WATER METAL (4)— Immature Yin Cosmo. Opp. of WOOD Generates WATER Controls WOOD WATER (1)— Mature Yin (Foundation) Cosmo. Opp. of FIRE Generates WOOD Controls FIRE Blend 2: Lexically Elaborated 5 Element Patterns BLEND 2 Fig. 3i
  17. 17. G OE B3 X1,2,3 *Five Element Patterns (From Blend 2) Organs F W M A E F E MA W Additional Characteristics – (Added as necessary or relevant) Each- Added as a new space (1,2,3,etc.) Structure from Element Sequences (Blend 2) used to frame Blend Colors Tastes Stage of Development Numbers Planets Sense Organs Tissues Emotions Sounds Blended Space: Integration of all inputs into either frame—Seasonal Yin-Yang—Cosmological Sequence— or Combined Generating/ Controlling Sequence Yin-Yang Cycle Generating and Controlling Sequences (B2)* Elaborated Blends from Blend 3: Fig 4a- Highlighted Features of Input spaces E, O, and X1,2,3… Isolated Element-Organ Blends Fig 4b- Generating Seq: Blend 3-a Fig 4c- Controlling Seq: Blend 3-b Fig 4d- Combined Patterns: Blend 3-c Blend 3: Extension of 5 Element Sequences Fig. 4
  18. 18. Input 3: Additional Correspondences* Domain: x Frame: x Key function: x Input 1: 5 Element Sequences Domain: natural system Frame: 5 Element sequences Key function: patterned interaction of systems Input 2: Organs Domain: human body Frame: organ system Key function: sustainable bodily function and interaction of organ systems Blend 3: Scaled to Fit 5 Element Sequences G Generic Space Domain Frame Key function Blend 3: Combined Sequences Domains compressed into 5-Element Sequences —natural systems, human body, and additional variables Framed as natural systems (cycles) — following the 5 Element patterns of interaction Key functions: compressed patterns of interaction between all systems involved— 5 Element, bodily organs, and additional correspondences (X1,2,3,…) Fig. 4a Blend 3 5 Element Sequences: Elements/ Organs/ Add. (X) *see fig 4 & Appx. 2 for correspondences
  19. 19. LIVER—WOOD WOOD Promotes FIRE LIVER Promotes HEART HEART— FIRE FIRE Promotes EARTH HEART Promotes SPLEEN SPLEEN— EARTH EARTH Promotes METAL SPLEEN Promotes LUNGS LUNGS— METAL METAL Promotes WATER LUNGS Promotes KIDNEYS KIDNEYS— WATER WATER Promotes WOOD KIDNEYS Promotes LIVER WOOD Generates FIRE WOOD Promotes FIRE FIRE Generates EARTH FIRE Promotes EARTH EARTH Generates METAL EARTH Promotes METAL METAL Generates WATER METAL Promotes WATER WATER Generates WOOD WATER Promotes WOOD LIVER Mother of Heart: “Liver stores blood and blood houses the Mind.” Weak Liver-Blood causes heart to suffer HEART Mother of Spleen: “Heart-Qi pushes the Blood and thus helps the Spleen function of transportation.” SPLEEN Mother of Lungs: “Spleen-Qi provides Food-Qi to the Lungs where it interacts with air to form the Gathering Qi.” LUNGS Mother of Kidneys: “Lung-Qi descends to meet Kidney-Qi. The Lungs also send fluids down to the Kidneys.” KIDNEYS Mother of Liver: “Kidney-Yin nourishes Liver-Blood.” Element Characteristics (In Generating Sequence) Organ Characteristics (In Generating Sequence) Blend 3-a: Organ Generating Sequence Fig. 4b Input E Input O Element/Organ Blend —Generating Sequence (Lexical Content) Mind viewed as being in Heart (Maciocia 1989:22)
  20. 20. LIVER—WOOD WOOD controls EARTH LIVER controls SPLEEN HEART— FIRE FIRE controls METAL HEART controls LUNGS SPLEEN— EARTH EARTH controls WATER SPLEEN controls KIDNEYS LUNGS— METAL METAL controls WOOD LUNGS control LIVER KIDNEYS— WATER WATER controls FIRE KIDNEYS controls HEART WOOD Controls EARTH WOOD loosens EARTH FIRE Controls METAL FIRE Melts METAL EARTH Controls WATER EARTH Obstructs WATER METAL Controls WOOD METAL Knocks down WOOD WATER Controls FIRE WATER Extinguishes FIRE LIVER Controls Spleen The Liver helps “the Spleen to transform and transport.” HEART Controls Lungs “The Heart governs Blood and Lungs govern Qi: Qi and Blood mutually assist and nourish each other.” SPLEEN Controls Kidneys “The Spleen activity in transforming and transporting fluids is essential to the Kidney transformation and excretion of fluids.” LUNGS Control Liver “If Lung-Qi is weak and cannot descend, Liver-Qi may tend to rise too much.” KIDNEYS Control Heart “Kidneys and Heart actually assist and support each other.” Proper communication is essential for health. Element Characteristics (In Controlling Sequence) Organ Characteristics (In Controlling Sequence) Blend 3-b: Organ Controlling Sequence Fig. 4c Input E Input O Element/Organ Blend —Controlling Sequence (Lexical content) (Maciocia 1989:22,23)
  21. 21. LIVER Generates HEART LIVER Promotes HEART HEART Generates SPLEEN HEART Promotes SPLEEN SPLEEN Generates LUNGS SPLEEN Promotes LUNGS LUNGS Generates KIDNEYS LUNGS Promote KIDNEYS KIDNEYS Generates LIVER KIDNEYS Promote LIVER LIVER Controls SPLEEN LIVER loosens SPLEEN HEART Controls LUNGS HEART Melts LUNGS SPLEEN Controls KIDNEYS SPLEEN Obstructs KIDNEYS LUNGS Controls LIVER LUNGS Knocks down LIVER KIDNEYS Controls HEART KIDNEYS Extinguishes HEART Controlling Generating LIVER (3)—Hor. Axis Immature Yang Opposite of LUNGS HEART (2)—Vert. Axis Mature Yang Opposite of KIDNEYS SPLEEN (5)--Center -Pivot/ Balance Point- LUNGS (4)—Hor. Axis Immature Yin Opposite of LIVER KIDNEYS (1)—Vert. Axis -Foundation- Mature Yin Opposite of HEART Maximum Yin Yin-Yang/ Cosmological Fig. 4c Input 1 Input 3 Input 2 LIVER (3)— Immature Yang Cosmo. Opp. of LUNGS Generates HEART Controls SPLEEN HEART (2)— Mature Yang Cosmo. Opp. of KIDNEYS Generates SPLEEN Controls LUNGS SPLEEN (5)— Center/ Balance Cosmological Pivot Generates LUNGS Controls KIDNEYS LUNGS (4)— Immature Yin Cosmo. Opp. of LIVER Generates KIDNEYS Controls LIVER KIDNEYS (1)— Mature Yin (Foundation) Cosmo. Opp. of HEART Generates LIVER Controls HEART Combined Organ Sequences Blend BLEND 3-c Fig. 4d *See Appendix 6 for Image-Schematic Phenom. Motion and Organ Icon Blend *for image-schematic mental space frames for each pattern of interactions and Generic spaces —refer to Blend 2—Fig. 3h
  22. 22. FIRE -Maximum Yang -Summer -Noon -South -Mature Yang -Yang within Yang METAL -Growth of Yin -Autumn -Sunset -West -Immature Yin -Yin within Yang WATER -Maximum Yin -Winter -Midnight -North -Mature Yin -Yin within Yin WOOD -Growth of Yang -Spring -Sunrise -East -Immature Yang -Yang within Yin Yin/Yang Cycle YIN YANG Fig. Y: Yin-Yang Cycle *Insert in Yin-Yang sub-section —Overview Section 2

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