While Chinese medicinal beliefs have their upsides, they also have their downsides. Concerning traditional Chinese medicine, specifically with Chinese herbal medicine, my family holds too many expectations. They believe almost anything can be fixed with Chinese herbal medicine, but in some cases, is untrue. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, some herbal medicines are marketed in the United States are marketed as dietary supplements, where FDA regulations are less stringent and strict. Therefore, some Chinese herbal products may be unsafe.
Yin and Yang is a main concept in TCM, an unhealthy state is an indication of imbalance between the Yin and the Yang of the body. Whereas, Qi is referred as the life force, any intervention of the flow of Qi in our body such as Qi deficiency or Qi stagnation, results in sickness. Therefore by restoring the balance through acupuncture, the body’s health condition can thus be improved. Acupuncture is not only proven on the level of concepts in TCM, its functions are also proven empirically. The following are several examples concerning pain
Specific purpose: To inform my audience about Traditional Chinese Medicine’s perspective on Emotions and how it can help overcome emotional problems. Central Idea: Traditional Chinese Medicine derived its concept of dualism from Taoist philosophy, which strongly emphasizes on the balance of two forces (Yin and Yang) for human organs to function effectively, so as to prevent emotional problems from arising due to such imbalances. Different emotions can also affect or counter one another. ___________________________________________________________________ Introduction I. Good morning everyone.
Zhuangzi’s Wandering: Nature and Freedom Wong Hei Man 54793455 Zhuangzi is a pivotal figure in Chinese philosophical Daoism. Advocating naturalism, Zhuangzi marks the importance of Dao and individual freedom. “Xiao Yao You”, which is also translated as “Wandering Beyond” is the first piece in Zhuangzi. Xiao means not to be bound by the limit of life and go beyond the boundaries of familiarities. Yao refers to the exploration of boundless spirits and soul.
He emphasizes that sensible objects are what makes up the real world and each material object has existence of its own. Besides the Platonic dualism about the form and matter, the opposite principles of yin and yang also had great contribution to metaphysics. In Chinese philosophy, nature is observed through the patterns and interactions between the two polar forces. Yin and Yang are two opposite but complementary forces, yin composed of weakness, softness, cold and femininity; yang associates with force, hardness and masculinity. However, the two forces brings equilibrium and harmony.
1. To what extent was China’s international behavior in the last decade (2005-2014) demonstrating the resurrection of Tianxia worldview proposed by Zhao Tingyang? Support your arguments with concrete examples. Some Chinese scholars regarded that the existing international relations theory is more in favour with the western world and incompatible in explaining Chinese context. Therefore, they try to seek “Chinese School” which could give a better explanation on Chinese actions.
The first is opposition. The yin and the yang are opposites relative to each other. The second concept is interdependency. One cannot exist without the other for each contains the essence of the other. We will always have yin within yang and yang within yang.
For example, sometimes you need to do roll forwards from the side of the stage to the other side of the stage. This cause you to excise a lot and gain the physical wellness. This shows that Beijing Opera can apply the physical wellness. Secondly, Beijing Opera can apply the emotional wellness and the mental wellness. When you perform Beijing Opera, you need to be relax or the effects of the performance will be bad.
Moreover we are born in a society, full of conflicts and we need to solve it by our experience. Adjustment is a continuous process. Human beings never being entirely adjusted. Biological and social needs are always ever-changing. Frequently, transient maladjustment is necessary in order to motivate the individual to acquire new traits so that the person may develop.
Introduction In the present, traditional Chinese medicine are wildly use worldwide for treatment several disease. The dried root of Salvia miltiorrhiza in the family of Labiatae known as Danshen in china is the one of traditional Chinese medicine popular drug in China that has a key role for cure various diseases either on its own or mixed with other herbs. It has been report that Danshen can be used for treatment coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, renal deficiency and other conditions of disease. There are many chemical compound that can be isolated from Danshen including the phenolic acids, terpenoids and others. Most of traditional Chinese herbal medicines are administer by oral route which is the easiest route for administration of drug.