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Published by Jessica Kingsley in London, Philadelphia .
Written in English


  • Qi gong

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Edition Notes

Statementcomplied by the Chinese Health Qijong Association.
LC ClassificationsRA781.8 .Y52 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16753647M
ISBN 109781848190085
LC Control Number2008014714

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Yi Jin Jing is a powerful practice popularized by the fighting monks of the legendary Shaolin Temple. Originally, these monks slouched over religious texts and prayed for many hours. As a result of their sedentary lifestyle, they suffered from poor posture, backaches, tight shoulders, and neck pain. 易 經 Yi Jing – I Ching, the Book of Changes. This famous system of 64 hexagrams plus their commentaries and trans­for­mations is at the root of Chinese thought. Tr. Wilhelm (en, fr). Yi Jing (易經) - full text database, fully browsable and searchable on-line; discussion and list of publications related to Yi Jing. In English and simplified and traditional Chinese. Book of Changes: Yi Jing - Chinese Text Project. The Yijin Jing is featured in Louis Cha's wuxia novel The Smiling, Proud Wanderer. In the story, the Shaolin abbot teaches Linghu Chong (the protagonist) how to use the skills described in the Yijin Jing to heal his internal injuries.