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Hunyuan Xinfa

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This is a book from the Heart. The authors, Dr Yaron Seidman (Connecticut, USA) and Teja A. Jaensch (Sydney, Australia), present an investigation into the human Heart, revealing a method of healing never seen before. In this practical and profound exploration, the authors reach numerous breakthroughs in the understanding of Natural Character and the Heart, how to comprehend health and disease, and how to approach medicine from a point of Center. After studying with Master Liu Baigu, grand grandson of the Qing dynasty scholar physician Liu Yuan, Seidman and Jaensch filtered the complete compendium of Huai Xuan philosophy. Over 4000 pages of classical Chinese text were researched, the pure essence distilled and translated, and presented here in this book. From finding his lost tomb in the fields of Shuang Liu county, to the remembrance of Liu's life work, the Lost Heart of Medicine has been formed and found. This book is a must read for any practitioner of medicine and their patients. The Special Edition includes the Physician Edition plus all translated quotes and stories in their original Chinese at the end of the book as an appendix.

Hunyuan Xinfa 81 Day Ledger

Author : YARON. SEIDMAN
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Hunyuan Xinfa 81-day ledger is the practical tool to exercise Xinfa (heart method). Included in this ledger are the story about Shi Yinfu, who during the Song dynasty in China, practiced the heart sorting method using black and yellow beans, counting his good and bad deeds, and also included are tables for daily monitoring of the heart emotions, thoughts and actions. The Ledger is a heart cultivation practice transmitted by the Huai Xuan school in Western Sichuan, China during the Qing dynasty, and here brought again by the Hunyuan Research Institute as a modern heart cultivation tool.

The Ledger of Good and Evil

Author : Teja A Jaensch
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From the past, to the present. For the future . . .

Huai Xuan Collection

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Collection of translated works of the Huai Xuan school, by Liu Yuan.

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The 20th century modern history of Chinese medicine in China, 1900 to 1970s.

The Encyclopedia of Taoism

Author : Fabrizio Pregadio
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The Encyclopedia of Taoism provides comprehensive coverage of Taoist religion, thought and history, reflecting the current state of Taoist scholarship. Taoist studies have progressed beyond any expectation in recent years. Researchers in a number of languages have investigated topics virtually unknown only a few years previously, while others have surveyed for the first time textual, doctrinal and ritual corpora. The Encyclopedia presents the full gamut of this new research. The work contains approximately 1,750 entries, which fall into the following broad categories: surveys of general topics; schools and traditions; persons; texts; terms; deities; immortals; temples and other sacred sites. Terms are given in their original characters, transliterated and translated. Entries are thoroughly cross-referenced and, in addition, 'see also' listings are given at the foot of many entries. Attached to each entry are references taking the reader to a master bibliography at the end of the work. There is chronology of Taoism and the whole is thoroughly indexed. There is no reference work comparable to the Encyclopedia of Taoism in scope and focus. Authored by an international body of experts, the Encyclopedia will be an essential addition to libraries serving students and scholars in the fields of religious studies, philosophy and religion, and Asian history and culture.

The Taoist Canon

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Taoism remains the only major religion whose canonical texts have not been systematically arranged and made available for study. This long-awaited work, a milestone in Chinese studies, catalogs and describes all existing texts within the Taoist canon. The result will not only make the entire range of existing Taoist texts accessible to scholars of religion, it will open up a crucial resource in the study of the history of China. The vast literature of the Taoist canon, or Daozang, survives in a Ming Dynasty edition of some fifteen hundred different texts. Compiled under imperial auspices and completed in 1445—with a supplement added in 1607—many of the books in the Daozang concern the history, organization, and liturgy of China's indigenous religion. A large number of works deal with medicine, alchemy, and divination. If scholars have long neglected this unique storehouse of China's religious traditions, it is largely because it was so difficult to find one's way within it. Not only was the rationale of its medieval classification system inoperable for the many new texts that later entered the Daozang, but the system itself was no longer understood by the Ming editors; hence the haphazard arrangement of the canon as it has come down to us. This new work sets out the contents of the Daozang chronologically, allowing the reader to follow the long evolution of Taoist literature. Lavishly illustrated, the first volume ranges from antiquity through the Middle Ages, while the second spans the modern period. Within this frame, texts are grouped by theme and subject. Each one is the subject of a historical abstract that identifies the text's contents, date of origin, and author. Throughout the first two volumes, introductions outline the evolution of Taoism and its spiritual heritage. A third volume offering biographical sketches of frequently mentioned Taoists, multiple indexes, and an extensive bibliography provides critical tools for navigating this guide to one of the fundamental aspects of Chinese culture.

Text and Context in the Modern History of Chinese Religions

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Text and Context in the Modern History of Chinese Religions is an edited volume (Philip Clart, David Ownby, and Wang Chien-ch’uan) offering essays on the modern history of redemptive societies in China and Vietnam, with a particular focus on their textual production.

Figuring the Body

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Author : Kristofer Marinus Schipper
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Taoism remains the only major religion whose canonical texts have not been systematically arranged and made available for study. This long-awaited work, a milestone in Chinese studies, catalogs and describes all existing texts within the Taoist canon. The result will not only make the entire range of existing Taoist texts accessible to scholars of religion, it will open up a crucial resource in the study of the history of China. The vast literature of the Taoist canon, or Daozang, survives in a Ming Dynasty edition of some fifteen hundred different texts. Compiled under imperial auspices and completed in 1445--with a supplement added in 1607--many of the books in the Daozang concern the history, organization, and liturgy of China's indigenous religion. A large number of works deal with medicine, alchemy, and divination. If scholars have long neglected this unique storehouse of China's religious traditions, it is largely because it was so difficult to find one's way within it. Not only was the rationale of its medieval classification system inoperable for the many new texts that later entered the Daozang, but the system itself was no longer understood by the Ming editors; hence the haphazard arrangement of the canon as it has come down to us. This new work sets out the contents of the Daozang chronologically, allowing the reader to follow the long evolution of Taoist literature. Lavishly illustrated, the first volume ranges from antiquity through the Middle Ages, while the second spans the modern period. Within this frame, texts are grouped by theme and subject. Each one is the subject of a historical abstract that identifies the text's contents, date of origin, and author. Throughout the first two volumes, introductions outline the evolution of Taoism and its spiritual heritage. A third volume offering biographical sketches of frequently mentioned Taoists, multiple indexes, and an extensive bibliography provides critical tools for navigating this guide to one of the fundamental aspects of Chinese culture.

Beitr ge zur Geschichte der Song Zeit

Author : Dieter Kuhn
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Das Bildnis in der Kunst des Orients

Author : Martin Kraatz
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