The term Taiji refers to a philosophy of the forces of yin and yang
, related to the moves.
In order to effectively address the ongoing debate between dual- or single- process models of information processing in persuasion research, thus, the present study suggests that a Yin-Yang paradigm fully exploring the dialectical relationship between yin and yang
would provide insights into this debate because of its "novel system or frame of thinking" (Li, 2016, p.
Yin and Yang
are Chinese concepts of polar opposites.
The ancient Chinese philosophy of yin and yang
is renowned for describing how opposite or contrary forces actually are complementary, interconnected, and interdependent.
In our lead perspective, Tan Chong Meng, Group CEO of PSA, headquartered in Singapore, describes the yin and yang
of nurturing talent to help guide a multinational enterprise.
In traditional Chinese medicine, yin and yang
are part of a continuum, constantly transforming from one to the other in an effort to find balance.
Yang, Jwing-Ming acknowledges this when describing how to apply yin and yang
concepts to qigong, saying, "Many people, even some qigong practitioners, are still confused by this.
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The purpose of this article is to take the relationship between yin and yang
and their relationships to disease and disease a step further.
COSMIC NUTRITION: THE TAOIST APPROACH TO HEALTH AND LONGEVITY combines ancient Taoist principles of yin and yang
energy with nutrition guidelines on what to eat for different yin-yang constitutions, and is a solid pick for any interested in healing foods and meals.
It presents the teachings of various Taoist masters and discusses the yin and yang
of tai chi, explaining Fa Jin techniques and how to apply them by resisting forces through redirection and yielding.
At its core, the practice is based on the flow of energy, or "Qi," and balancing opposing yin and yang
energy as well as the five elements in Chinese philosophy -- wind, water, air, fire and wood -- thought to be the forces essential to human life.