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Year : 2020  |  Volume : 3  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 29-32

Extract and simple explanation on the principles of taiji studies


1 Taiji Health Center, Shanghai University of TCM/Shanghai Academy of TCM; Shanghai Qigong Research Institute, Shanghai University of TCM, Shanghai, China
2 Liaison Office, Taiji Academy of North Germany, Germany

Correspondence Address:
Prof. Feng Xu
Taiji Health Center, Shanghai University of TCM/Shanghai Academy of TCM, Shanghai
China
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None


DOI: 10.4103/CMAC.CMAC_10_20

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Taiji studies are a field of study that has its roots in the philosophical thought of the Yi Jing or Book of changes. It integrates the self-cultivation traditions of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Daoism, and centers its academic system mostly on the perspective of the “states view” (jing jie guan). From the standpoint of its philosophical theory, Taiji studies divide the understanding of Dao into three theoretical states: the state of existence (you jie), the state of existence-nonexistence (you wu jie), and the state of nonexistence (wu jie). It also establishes a theoretical structure that mainly includes “three states and nine axioms,” “One Dao and Nine theory sections,” and “Three practice levels and Nine secrets.”Based on traditional Chinese culture and philosophy, Taiji studies are continuously integrating the essence of them for better understanding and raising, and finally set up a rational school of Taiji Da Dao.


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