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Although many hypotheses have been proposed, the anatomical and physiological basis for acupuncture points and meridians remains elusive. In east Asian countries practitioners commonly refer to acupuncture points by their traditional names. When acupuncture was adopted in the western world, a standard nomenclature was developed to unambiguously identify the acupuncture points il Tai Ji Quan PDF meridians.


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Se oggi discipline interne come Taijiquan sono conosciute e ricercate in Italia e in Europa, un gran merito va riconosciuto al lavoro svolto dal Maestro Li Rong Mei e alla sua Scuola diretta da Sergio Casavecchia che, dal 1989, si adopera per la trasmissione della reale conoscenza di queste antiche discipline. Il Taijiquan, tradotto letteralmente “Grande Uno o Sommità”, è una “suprema arte marziale”, ma nella vita di tutti i giorni è anche una disciplina psicofisica che aiuta nella ricerca dell’armonia interiore e della salute. mondo dell’arte marziale viene genericamente attribuito alla sfera maschile; questo libro offre invece la conoscenza di tale disciplina attraverso l’esperienza diretta e la vita di un Maestro donna, per insegnarci che di fronte alla volontà e alla perseveranza non esistono differenze. Nella prima parte del libro saranno i ricordi di vita e di pratica del maestro Li Rong Mei a guidarci attraverso la Cina di Mao fino ai nostri giorni. Nella seconda parte, invece, si parla in maniera specifica e completa del Taiji attraverso lo studio analitico della Forma 24 direttamente derivata dalla forma tradizionale Yang di Yang Cheng Fu.

This model achieved wide acceptance and today virtually every book on acupuncture refers to acupuncture points using it. The above figure and the tables below follow the standard numbering scheme to identify the acupuncture points of the main channels. For extra points the tables follow the numbering scheme found in A Manual of Acupuncture. Abbreviated as LU, described in Chinese as 手太阴肺经穴 or 手太陰肺經 “The Lung channel of Hand Taiyin”. Chinese as 手阳明大肠经穴 or 手陽明大腸經 “The Large Intestine channel of Hand Yangming”. Abbreviated as ST, described in Chinese as 足阳明胃经穴 or 足陽明胃經 “The Stomach channel of Foot Yangming”. Abbreviated as SP, described in Chinese as 足太阴睥经穴 or 足太陰脾經 “The Spleen channel of Foot Taiyin”.

Abbreviated as HE, HT or H, described in Chinese as 手少阴心经穴 or 手少陰心經 “The Heart channel of Hand Shaoyin”. Abbreviated as SI, described in Chinese as 手太阳小肠经穴 or 手太陽小腸經 “The Small Intestine channel of Hand Taiyang”. Chinese as 足太阳膀胱经穴 or 足太陽膀胱經 “The Bladder channel of Foot Taiyang”. Abbreviated as KI or K, described in Chinese as 足少阴肾经穴 or 足少陰腎經 “The Kidney channel of Foot Shaoyin”. Abbreviated as PC or P, described in Chinese as 手厥阴心包经穴 or 手厥陰心包經 “The Pericardium channel of Hand Jueyin”. Also known as San Jiao, triple-heater, triple-warmer or triple-energizer, abbreviated as TB or SJ and described in Chinese as 手少阳三焦经穴 or 手少陽三焦經 “The Sanjiao channel of Hand Shaoyang”.

Abbreviated as GB, described in Chinese as 足少阳胆经穴 or 足少陽膽經 “The Gallbladder channel of Foot Shaoyang”. Abbreviated as LR or LV, described in Chinese as 足厥阴肝经穴 or 足厥陰肝經 “The Liver channel of Foot Jueyin”. Also known as Du, abbreviated as GV and described in Chinese as 督脉穴 or 督脈 “The Governing Vessel”. Also known as Ren, abbreviated as CV and described in Chinese as 任脉穴 or 任脈 “The Conception Vessel”. At the vertex of the head, a group of four points.