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18 Furthermore, the most ancient medical texts already illustrated exercises for maintaining health and the primary action of needling is moving qi. 15 Please also see the discussion regarding the doctor-patient relationship and methods of investigation and diagnosis in reference to passages in the Neijing (Chapter 15). 16 Suwen, Chapter 62. We remind the reader that in the Neijing all causes of illness are called xie, a term which later assumed the restricted meaning ‘perverse energies’ or ‘external pathogens’.
Fatigue, qi is exhausted. 26 24 Lingshu, Chapter 6. ‘Form’ here is the translation of the term xing ( ), in other words, that which one sees and has a specific form, the body. In the character there are three lines that represent shade (in other words, a solid body), while the other part of the ancient form of the character was a well, which however, according to Henshall stands for the structure, the model ( jing represented a field divided into nine lots the central one of which – with the well – was public) (Karlgren p.
The passage follows the description of the genesis of shen; we cite a translation that sacrifices English syntax in order to remain true to the original text and offers the possibility of following its original flow. A reflection on the passages referring to the spleen follows, which can, by analogy, be applied to the other organs. Heart: anxiety, worry, thoughts and apprehensions, the shen is injured, injured shen then fear and terror, lost control, the muscles are consumed. The hair becomes fragile, the appearance is of premature death, one dies in the winter.