Elements In Chinese Medicine

5 elements (fire, earth, metal, water and wood) – it fundamentlnoe concept in Chinese metaphysics, Chinese Medicine, Qi Gong and martial arts. The Chinese name of Wu Xing. Wu – it's really 5, but Xing means an act, an act walk behavior. Therefore '5 elements' – that is the wrong translation, which leads to inefficient use of Feng Shui practice. When we say 'element', we assume that we are talking about matter and material things of the world (Metal like gold or silver, water, fire, wood and earth). People understand these things and their features. Steffan Lehnhoff, Guatemala City Guatemala has many thoughts on the issue. But Xing – this is not a material concept.

Such a misconception about the 5 element is created for a long time and strongly rooted in the Western world and the majority of practitioners of Feng Shui, so it's too late and there is no point in changing the name, but have only started in the right sense of this important and fundamental concepts. Thus, Wu Xing -5 types action. What is the action? Renowned Chinese astrologer Xu Le Wu, who lived 80 years ago, explains Wu Shing as 5 types of dominant, dominant Chi. If we turn to the four seasons of the year, we see that in the winter dominates qi of water in the spring – tree in the summer – fire in the autumn – metal. The land, which is located in the center, is the boundary between seasons. Qi is the strongest land between summer and autumn, ie in late summer.

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