Metaphysics (易学)

三大平衡 (3つのバランス)

1. 自动平衡:精神大于物质 (天福) – 当我们的德很厚,精神超出物质的时候,宇宙有个规律会自动恢复平衡,使得物质和精神平衡,物质会自动出现。

2. 被动平衡:物质大于精神 (天灾) – 如果一个人德很少,物质太多,结果就是多出精神的这部分物质会消失,这也是无法抗拒的事情,甚至会出现天灾人祸。

3. 主动平衡:以物换德 (人为修福) – 当我们懂得了能量守恒定律,或者叫宇宙平衡的规律后,就可以主动运用这个定律,去创造平衡,以便趋吉避凶、消灾免难。

Metaphysics (易学)

七大天律 (七つの天の法則)

1. 苦难守恒定律: 苦难,是人生的基本属性。佛家说这个世界叫“娑婆世界”,意思就是苦难不断的世界。

2. 幸福守恒定律: 幸福,取决于一个人能否正确看待自己和世界的关系。

3. 自由守恒定律: 一个人的自由度,取决于他知道多少自己不能干的事。

4. 快乐守恒定律: 一个人的快乐程度,取决于他分享了多少,和他占有多少没有必然关系。

5. 得失守恒定律: 一个人能得到多少东西,取决于他最终敢于舍弃多少东西。

6. 财富守恒定律: 一个人最终拥有的财富值,取决于他对世界创造的价值总量。

7. 一切都在天道中:易经》讲:天道损盈而益谦;地道变盈而流谦;鬼神害盈而福谦;人道恶盈而好谦。是故谦之一卦,六爻皆吉。

Metaphysics (易学)

四大天规 (4つの主要なルール)

1. 一个人的名声不能大于他的才华: 一个人的名声,千万不可大于自己的实力,一旦你的名声大于实力,就是名不副实,就是欺世盗名,就会有灾难。

2. 一个人的财富不能大于他的福德: 一个人的财富,千万不可大于自己的福报,一旦你的财富大于自己的福报,就是在投机取巧,就是不劳而获,投机取巧必招灾。

3. 一个人的地位不能大于他的功德: 一个人的地位,千万不能大于自己的功德,一旦你的地位很高,但贡献却无法与之相匹配的时候,必然引起周围人的不服,妒忌,甚至被算计。

4. 一个人的职位不能大于他的能力: 一个人的职位,千万不能大于自己的能力,一旦你的职位过高,而能力还不够的时候,意味着你在行使出能力之外的权力,必然给自己职位的坍塌埋下伏笔。

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五行五情

木性阳的情:代表这个人有同情心,仁慈心,帮助别人,做事敢作敢当,专注做某件事。

木性阴的情:易怒,做事跟人比,不服输,说话顶撞人。

火性阳的情:遇到任何事物都能以积极乐观的心态看待,知书达理,思维敏捷。不计回报的付出。

火性阴的情:易过喜,挑理,爱慕虚荣,贪高,爱好,贪心重。

土性阳的情:包容心与忍耐力强,不会轻易被客观环境所影响,能适应恶劣的环境。做事不灰心。

土性阴的情:易回忆痛苦,无法从过去的痛苦中自拔,而怠于处理当前事物,不守信誉,不信因果,不听别人劝告。

金性阳的情:大义参天,乐于助人,辅助别人做管理型的事情,有领导的才能。遇事沉着冷静,随遇而安。

金性阴的情:易悲观、失落,挑人毛病,说谎,破坏性强。

水性阳的情:随方就圆,有智慧,当在生活中有影响我们情绪的时候,阴的五行方面就会体现出来。

水性阴的情:易恐,胆小,退缩,不愿与人沟通,愚钝,烦心重。

Metaphysics (易学)

Five Animal Frolics

Wu Qin Xi (五禽戏) – The Five Animal Frolics can be regarded as the earliest form of Medical Qigong in Chinese history, dating back to Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220).

The creation of Wu Qin Xi (五禽戏) was attributed the famous Chinese Physician and Surgeon Hua Tuo (110-207) who had great skills as a surgeon, acupuncturist, herbalist and knowledge of human anatomy.

Wu Qin Xi (五禽戏) is a set of Daoyin (deep stretching) and Tu Na (deep breathing) exercise that imitates the actions of animals based on the habits of the tiger, deer, bear, monkey and bird.

Founded by Hua Tuo (华陀. 145 – 208 CE) – often referred as the God of Chinese Medicine, benevelont master physician, also considered the first Chinese Surgeon.

Besides treating his patients when they were ill, Hua Tuo was also keen to recommend physical exercises for people as a method of rehabilitation, recovery, and most importantly for prevention.

Wi Qin Xi (五禽戲) based on the Tiger, Deer, Bear, Ape and Crane. It is thought that his discoveries included much more but were destroyed during the burning of his manuscript during his execution.

Hua Tuo had emphasized that regular physical exercise was key to maintaining and curing illness, as it strengthened the body, promoted circulation and improved health. His grave is found today in Xuzhou, Jiangsu and he is honored in the Huazu Temple in Peixian county. His innovations and miraculous abilities earned him the respect as the God of Chinese Medicine (神医).

Wu Qin Xi (五禽戏) is practiced by imitating symbolically and physically the movements, breathing and sounds of the five animals. It consists of some standard forms of movements, spontaneous movements and sounds, and simple but effective techniques.

The symbolic connotation of the animals can have great effects on state of mind and behaviour. The dignity and masculine power of the tiger, the elegance of the deer, the earthiness and soft strength of the bear, the graceful and free spirit of the bird and the liveliness and vigilance of the monkey, all imprint their marks on the consciousness and assist in building confidence and self-esteem.

Wu Qin Xi (五禽戏) – The Five Animal Frolics also works the Five Elements in Chinese Metaphysics.

木 - 怒、肝、魂
火 - 喜、心、神
土 - 思、脾、意
金 - 忧、肺、魄
水 - 恐,肾、志