Yi, concepts from the daoist and budhist perspectives

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Yi, concepts from the daoist and budhist perspectives

  1. 1. 體 意 聽 Tai ji quan Tui shou Yi quan Acupuncture
  2. 2. 體 筋 心 節 扌
  3. 3. 扌 心 意 氣
  4. 4. 意 音 心 Intention, ideas,focus, thought , sentiments / inclination / expectations / meaning / a hint / suggestion Shuowen: defines the term yi as the “ sound of the heart
  5. 5. Yi “ Throughout the whole body,the yi is on the jingshen,not on the qi.If it is on the qi,then there will be stagnation..” The mental elucidation of the Thirteen postures - Wu Yuxiang Medecine is yi.Those who are proficient at using yi are good doctors “ Sun Simiao As for doctors talking about intention, the interstices and Pores have extremely subtle division, so to follow the qi requires skill. When inserting the needles and the stone between them, being a hair off means failure. The knack exists in the connection between the heard-mind and hand “ Guo Yu,acupuncturist, Han dinasty
  6. 6. Yi and Accion <ul><li>Acoording to Graham,intention (Yi) thus includes both the image or idea of a thing,our knowledge of it,and the intention to act which is inseparable from it. </li></ul><ul><li>Yi is a kind of intelligence,an intelligence which comes from knowing and which manifests in doing. Medicine as Signification Volker Sheid - Dan Benky </li></ul>
  7. 7. Body - Mind 氣 The yi is defined in the alchemical texts as the rider of qi Emotions Desire Tension Movement Stillnes
  8. 8. Others forms to ride the qi <ul><li>Mencius Neo confucionismo </li></ul><ul><li>Zhuangzi Tao te jing </li></ul><ul><li>Zhuo zhan Neiye </li></ul><ul><li>Jin dan </li></ul><ul><li>Mozi,Legalism,Correlative Cosmology </li></ul>
  9. 9. Tao te jing: … ..They empty the hearts/mind of the people and fill their stomachs They weaken their ( Zhi ) and strenghen their bones Neiye If your body is not correct The inner power will not come If at the center you are not tranquil Your mind will not be well ordered Correct your body and gather in the power Then it will pour in of its own accord
  10. 10. Zhuangzi - Shen <ul><li>And now –now I meet it with my spirit and don´t look with my eyes.My sensory knowlege is restrained and my spiritual desires are allowed to move act.I follow the Heavenly pattern ( tianli ),thrusting into the big hollows guiding the knife through the big openings,and adapting my movements to the fixed nature of the ox.In this way,I never touch the smalest ligaments or tendon,much less a main joint </li></ul>
  11. 11. Zhuangzi - shen <ul><li>Don´t look and don´t listen;embrace the spirit by means stillnes and the physical form will correct itself.You must be still and pure;do not belabor your phisical form and do not agitate your jing ( Capt 11) </li></ul><ul><li>In order to have access from the inside to a positive guiding impulse,it is necesary to get in touch with an internal force such as the spirit,which is composed of and flows out of the refined qi </li></ul>
  12. 12. Jindan
  13. 13. Jindan – Tao te jing <ul><li>Dao engenders one emptiness </li></ul><ul><li>One engenders two shen </li></ul><ul><li>Two engenders three qi </li></ul><ul><li>And three, jing </li></ul><ul><li>the myriad things structure </li></ul>
  14. 14. Neoconfucinismo <ul><li>Qi and li </li></ul><ul><li>“ Principle ( li ) is the essence of jing,qi and spirit;jing,qi ans spirit are the esence of body…..The mind an the body have and absolute ruler,and that is li…” </li></ul>
  15. 15. Tai ji quan <ul><li>In the midst of stillness one comes </li></ul><ul><li>in contact with movement, moving </li></ul><ul><li>as though remaining still……. </li></ul><ul><li>From the feet,to the legs,then to the waist,always there must be complete integration into one qi………. </li></ul>
  16. 16. Throughout the whole body, the intent ( yi ) is on the spirit vitality (jing shen), not on the qi.If it on the qi, then there will be stagnation . These words are very strange. They imply that the qi is not important, and in fact,it is not. When the qi reaches the highest level and becomes mental energy, it is called spiritua power ( shenli) or “ the power without physical force “. Wherever the eyes concentrate, the spirit reaches and the qi follows. The qi can mobilize the body, but you need not will the qi in order to move it - Zheng Manqing
  17. 17. Lingshu
  18. 18. Ting jin 聽 勁
  19. 19. Ting jing and martial art <ul><li>Can you have listening (ting jin ) without sticking? Perhaps. The internal school has three levels: Jing transform to qi,qi transform to Shen,and Shen transforms to Xu(emptiness).If one reaches the first level the body become strong and outside force cannot penetrate. If one reaches the second level this practice transforms the body so that it instantly respond to the mind. If one reaches the third level then one forgets the opponent and self, the body and mind do not exist but become empty </li></ul>
  20. 20. Ting and martial art <ul><li>Listening is like hearing with your whole skin, a heightened tactile sensitivity.You listen, without using your ears.Before you train in listening,you must first train adhering and sticking </li></ul><ul><li>To develop listening in accordance with tai ji chuan principle you must first rid yourself of hindrance of external muscular force………and stilling the mind </li></ul>
  21. 21. Ting and tai ji quan <ul><li>From comprenhending qi,you will attain by degrees spiritual illumination </li></ul>
  22. 22. Adherencia y pegado 沾 黏
  23. 23. Ting and Zhuangzi Yan Hui said: may I ask you about the purification of the mind heart ? Confucius said “ When you unify your will ( zhi- 志 ) You do not listen with the ears, but listen with the mind-heart. When you do not listen with the mind-heart, but listen with the qi, listening will stop at the ear and the mind-heart stop what tallies with it. As for the qi,it is that which being empty , awaits things . Only the way accumulates in emptiness. Emptiness is the purification of the mind -heart
  24. 24. Ting and Acupuncture The scriptures states: When it is apparent,then insert,when it is apparent,then withdraw.What does that mean ? Najing Chap 80
  25. 25. Needling regulates the qi ( tiao qi 調氣 ) Lingshu 75 Tiao: means to regulate,to tune as with a musical instrument,to blend in the rigth proportions,or to adjust. It is not really the result which is important here,it is the action Ting and Acupuncture

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