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The lung is the master of qi. Above, it connects to the throat; below, it connects to the orifices of the heart and the liver. It is in charge of inhalation and exhalation, and, in more general terms, the flux of coming in and going out.  It is situated atop the other organs, so that it can keep them in check and push the body's waste materials downward, all the way into the large intestine.

The lung is the master of qi. Above, it connects to the throat; below, it connects to the orifices of the heart and the liver. It is in charge of inhalation and exhalation, and, in more general terms, the flux of coming in and going out. It is situated atop the other organs, so that it can keep them in check and push the body's waste materials downward, all the way into the large intestine.

Matt Pyke, Mike Tucker, Universal Everything in conversation with Hannah Redler, Head of Media Space :: THE LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL

Matt Pyke, Mike Tucker, Universal Everything in conversation with Hannah Redler, Head of Media Space :: THE LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL

Japanese Waterfall | Tattoo Ideas & Inspiration - Japanese Art | KATSUSHIKA Hokusai (1760~1849) | #Japanese #Art

Japanese Waterfall | Tattoo Ideas & Inspiration - Japanese Art | KATSUSHIKA Hokusai (1760~1849) | #Japanese #Art

Nemetona by Selena French Nemetona is the British Goddess of the Sacred Grove. Her name means, literally, 'sacred space' and is related to the druidic concept of nemeton, the designation of sacred spiritual space.

Goddess Nemetona

Nemetona by Selena French Nemetona is the British Goddess of the Sacred Grove. Her name means, literally, 'sacred space' and is related to the druidic concept of nemeton, the designation of sacred spiritual space.

Wu Wei ~ Wu Wei is accepting life and not forcing it. It is being aware of the ebb and flow of the seasons, aware of the spirituality of all things, aware that in the great abundance of the God-Force, there is no time.. http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/09/21/wu-wei-stuart-wilde/

Wu Wei ~ Wu Wei is accepting life and not forcing it. It is being aware of the ebb and flow of the seasons, aware of the spirituality of all things, aware that in the great abundance of the God-Force, there is no time.. http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/09/21/wu-wei-stuart-wilde/

An Introduction to Taoist Alchemy: 2. Alchemy and Cosmology:  Dragon and Tiger:  On the right, the Dragon (Yang 陽 ☰), on the left, the Tiger (Yin 陰 ☷). Between them, the characters for True Soil (zhentu 真土), the Center. Chen Zhixu, Jindan dayao (Great Essentials of the Golden Elixir), ca. 1330.  The doctrinal aspects of alchemy are the main focus of many texts dating from the Tang period (7th-10th centuries) onwards. Unlike the Taiqing scriptures, these texts formulate their teachings and…

An Introduction to Taoist Alchemy: 2. Alchemy and Cosmology: Dragon and Tiger: On the right, the Dragon (Yang 陽 ☰), on the left, the Tiger (Yin 陰 ☷). Between them, the characters for True Soil (zhentu 真土), the Center. Chen Zhixu, Jindan dayao (Great Essentials of the Golden Elixir), ca. 1330. The doctrinal aspects of alchemy are the main focus of many texts dating from the Tang period (7th-10th centuries) onwards. Unlike the Taiqing scriptures, these texts formulate their teachings and…

南海の月 / Moon of the Southern Sea from "One Hundred Aspects of the Moon" series, 1888 by Yoshitoshi Tsukioka

南海の月 / Moon of the Southern Sea from "One Hundred Aspects of the Moon" series, 1888 by Yoshitoshi Tsukioka

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