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Qigong and TCM hidden relationship are open

Qigong and TCM hidden relationship are open

Qigong is an important part of traditional Chinese medicine.
In the earliest medical classics in China, the Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classics, which was published more than 2,000 years ago, the methods, theories and therapeutic effects of Qigong exercise are recorded.
In the eighty-one articles of Su Wen, there are more than a dozen articles that directly or indirectly talk about qigong.
It can be seen that Qigong has become an important medical care method before the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period.
  From the history of the development of traditional Chinese medicine, Chinese medical doctors have attached great importance to Qigong.
Not only is there a discussion of Qigong in his works, but many famous doctors are also qigong practitioners.
For example, Zhang Zhongjing, a famous doctor in the Han Dynasty, said in his book “The Golden Chamber”: “The limbs are severely stagnation, that is, guiding spitting, acupuncture and moxibustion, and not letting the nine sputum occlusion.”
The “guided spitting” mentioned here is a method of Qigong.
The famous “Five Birds Play” is said to have been created by the famous doctor Hua Tuo of the Han Dynasty. It has been passed down to today and is still loved by Qigong lovers.
Later, in the Jin Dynasty, Ge Hong wrote “Bao Puzi”, the Southern and Northern Dynasties Tao Hongjing’s “National Deferred Life Record”, the “Symbols of the Diseases” by the Yuan Dynasty, and the “Survey of the Prescriptions” by Sun SizhenWang Shuo’s “Outside Taiwan Secrets”, the Song Dynasty “Shengji General Record” and the writings of the four members of the Jin and Yuan Dynasties all have qigong aspects.
In the “Essence of Eight Classics” written by Li Shizhen, a famous medical scientist in the Ming Dynasty, he pointed out: “The inner tunnel, but the returning viewer can inspect it.”
This means that the body’s meridian changes can be perceived during the practice of a certain static work.
The famous Wen Xue scholars in the Qing Dynasty, Ye Tianshi and Wu Yutong, all have practice and discussion of Qigong.
In the book “Medical Hearts in the West” written by Zhang Xichun, a famous doctor in modern times, there is also a chapter devoted to Qigong, and he points out that the medical practitioner should participate in meditation.
From the above-mentioned famous doctors and the relationship between qigong and qigong, we can know the long history of qigong health and the important position of qigong in traditional Chinese medicine.
  As a branch of traditional Chinese medicine, Qigong is based on the theory of traditional Chinese medicine in theory. It also applies the teachings of yin and yang, five elements, organs, meridians and spirits in the creation of exercises and qigong exercises; the effect on Qigong exercise.And the understanding of the mechanism of Qigong and so on, so far, mainly based on the theory of Chinese medicine.
Of course, since ancient times, qigong practice has not only been unique to medical doctors, but Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, and Wu have formed their own understanding of Qigong in their different practices, and they also form part of Qigong theory.
  The results of Qigong practice also provide new content for Chinese medicine. For example, the Ming Dynasty medical scientists Li Shizhen and Zhang Jingyue respectively analyzed the system of Qijing Bamai and Dantian’s life gate theory, which is based largely on the practice of Qigong.of.
Qigong emphasizes the use of ideas and complements and develops the theory of Chinese medicine and emotional theory.
Mastering the characteristics of Qigong’s practice of mind and body, it is helpful to understand the overall view of TCM’s “Heart and God” and “Heaven and Man”, and the discussion of the mechanism of Qigong is also beneficial to the “gasification theory” of Chinese medicine.A deep understanding of the theory of “spiritual spirit” and the correlation of visceral psychology.
Excavation and qigong and drug application, traditional treatment methods such as Qigong acupuncture and Qigong massage can also improve clinical efficacy and open up new therapeutic approaches.