|Yin and Yang
of years Chinese practitioners have followed the doctrine of Yin and Yang, the
two universal forces that many of Chinese medicine doctrines acknowledge.
Regardless of the doctrine or treatment Chinese practitioners faithfully follow
the philosophy of Yin and Yang and are constantly aware of the impact of their
endeavours on Yin and Yang.
Yin is the dark, passive, feminine force that
is also regarded to be cold and negative.
Yang is the light, active, male
force that is also warm and positive.
Similar to the Ayurvedic teachings
Yin and Yang practitioners also consider the five elements: fire, earth, air,
water and wood.
Yin and Yang practitioners spend much of their time
focused on the diagnoses of these Yin and Yang elements and forces before they
will attempt corrective treatment or medication.
It is believed that all
of these Yin and Yang forces are in our bodies at all times and must be kept in
balance to maintain good physical and mental health. An imbalance in the Yin and
Yang will cause disharmony, and, if not checked and rectified, will eventually
lead to ill heath.
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