Zhège wǎngzhàn zhǐ zài chuándá shàngdì de xìnxī, huárén shìjiè. Zài tóngyī shíjiān zuò shìjiè shàng zuì guǎngfàn de yǔyán wǒ de yánjiū. （按隶Valdemir莫塔德梅内塞斯）--CHINESE LANGUAGE
This site aims to convey God's message to the Chinese world. At the same time do my research on the most widely spoken language in the world.(By Valdemir Mota de Menezes)
domingo, 23 de março de 2014
VALDEMIR MOTA DE MENEZES
Introducing the Inner
treating illnesses by stimulating acupuncture points seems like
straightforward and easy.
In world history,
many different peoples practiced medicine this way.
But acupuncture is not
the points on the body have to be identified,
and then organized in a systematic way
that can serve as the
basis for a theory of medicine.
This process began in China over 2000 years ago,
and the results were
recorded in the Yellow Emperor’s Inner Canon.
This book is a series of dialogues
between the emperor and
the doctor Qi Bo and others.
They discuss medical theory,
the functioning of the channels and
and various diagnostic
the Warring States period (BCE 475-221),
Chinese scholars had a custom of
own writings to great men of the past,
as a way of boosting their own
legendary Yellow Emperor is believed to have lived over 4000 years ago,
long before the
Chinese writing system was invented,
not to mention acupuncture or
have established the fact that the Yellow Emperor’s
text dates only from
the Warring States period,
and that it consists of two parts,
the “Basic Questions,”
and the “Spiritual
“Basic Questions” describes the 12 regular tracts,
the 15 junctions, 12
cross-connections, 12 muscular inter-connections,
and other particulars about the
system of acupuncture points,
tracts and channels.
The “Spiritual Pivot” goes into
greater detail about