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Daoist dietetics

Livia Kohn

Daoist dietetics

food for immortality

by Livia Kohn

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Published by Three Pines Press in Dunedin, FL .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p.193-207) and index.

Statementby Livia Kohn
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTX724.5.C5 K64 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination213 p. :
Number of Pages213
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24422077M
ISBN 101931483140
ISBN 109781931483148
LC Control Number2010000017
OCLC/WorldCa499740156

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Bigu (simplified Chinese: 辟谷; traditional Chinese: 辟穀; pinyin: bìgǔ; Wade–Giles: pi-ku; literally: "avoiding grains") is a Daoist fasting technique associated with achieving *xian, report their host's sins to heaven every 60 days, and carry out punishments of sickness and early ng "grains" has been diversely interpreted to mean not eating particular foodstuffs (food.   Études chinoises 1: 3–) expresses this in the context of a “refusal of orthodoxy” in favour of a primitive Golden-age where Daoist ‘dietetics are not a collection of good house-woman recipes or a proto-scientific hygienic diet’ but an act of protest. ” (Dannaway, Frederick R. ()Yoked to Earth: A Treatise on Corpse-Demons and.

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Daoist Dietetics provides an introductory overview of the main characteristics, historical developments, and recipes of the Daoist diet. It begins with two analytical parts: first a section that discusses traditional Chinese medicinal diets the foundation of Daoist eating; then a more specific part on the theory, history, and practices of Daoist nutrition/5(3).

Daoist Dietetics provides an introductory overview of the main characteristics, historical developments, and recipes of the Daoist diet. It begins with two analytical parts: first a section that discusses traditional Chinese medicinal diets the foundation of Daoist eating; then a more specific part on the theory, history, and practices of Daoist nutrition/5.

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It begins with two analytical parts: first a section that discusses traditional Chinese medicinal diets the foundation of Daoist eating; then a more specific part on the theory, history, and practices of Daoist nutrition. Daoist Dietetics provides an introductory overview of the main characteristics, historical developments, and recipes of the Daoist diet.

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It begins with two analytical parts: first a section that discusses traditional Chinese medicinal diets the foundation of Daoist eating; then a more specific part on the theory, history, and practices of Daoist nutrition.

Daoist Dietetics provides an introductory overview of the main characteristics, historical developments, and recipes of the Daoist diet. It begins with two analytical parts: first a section that discusses traditional Chinese medicinal diets the foundation of Daoist eating; then a more specific part on the theory, history, and practices of Daoist nutrition.

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Shawn Arthur's study is noteworthy as one of only a few works to address the topic of Daoist dietetics, specifically it is the only Western-language micro-history of Daoist dietary practice, and for providing a window into a particular form of Daoist religious praxis.

The book is generally well researched, informative, and : Louis Komjathy. The Daoist Tradition Part 2: The Daoist Worldview 3. Ways to Affiliation 4. Community and Social Organization 5. Informing Views and Foundational Concerns 6. Cosmogony, Cosmology, and Theology 7. Virtue, Ethics and Conduct Guidelines Part 3: Daoist Practice 8.

Dietetics 9. Health and Longevity Practice Meditation Scriptures and. work on Daoist dietetics, specifically as a micro-history of early medieval Daoist approaches. Read in concert with Taois t Meditation and Longevity TechniquesAuthor: Louis Komjathy. Daoism - Daoism - Influence: Daoist physiological techniques have, in themselves, no devotional character.

They have the same preoccupations as physicians: to preserve health and to prolong physical life. Medicine developed independently from about the 1st century ce, but many Daoist faith healers and hygienists added to medical knowledge.

The earliest surviving medical book. 2 / Daoist Dietetics derstanding fully well that this is an approximation and does not claim to show it as an immutable system of either theory or practice. Thus, generally traditional Daoist and medical thinkers agree that there is only one qi, just as there is.

Livia Kohn, Ph. D., graduated from Bonn University, Germany, in After six years at Kyoto University in Japan, she joined Boston University as Professor of Religion and East Asian Studies in She has also worked variously as visiting professor and adjunct faculty at Eötvös Lorand.

This Book Presents An Exhaustive And Up-To-Date Exposition Of Nutrition And Food Requirements During The Normal Stages Of Life As Well As During Cases Of Various Diseases. * It Describes In Detail The Nutritional Requirements Of Adults, Infants, Children, Adolescents And Ageing Persons.

* Explains The Food Requirements Of Expectant Mothers And Lactating 4/5(2). Exploring Daoism from a comparative religious studies perspective, this book gives the reader a deeper understanding of religious traditions more broadly.

Beginning with an overview of Daoist history, The Daoist Tradition then covers key elements of Daoist worldviews and major Daoist practices. This is followed by a discussion of the importance Price: $ Livia Kohn. Bay State Road Boston, MA E: [email protected] Bio.

Livia Kohn, Ph. D., graduated from Bonn University, Germany, in After six years at Kyoto University in Japan, she joined Boston University as Professor of Religion and East Asian Studies in. Daoist Dietetics provides an introductory overview of the main characteristics, historical developments, and recipes of the Daoist diet.

It begins with two analytical parts: first a section that discusses traditional Chinese medicinal diets the foundation of Daoist eating; then a more specific part on the theory, history, and practices of Daoist nutrition.

Beyond this, it presents .Michael McBride is a native of Los Angeles. For the past 24 years, has studied the Daoist arts under the guidance of Master Wu Baolin.

He trained in qigong, taijiquan, Daoist swordplay and Chinese medical massage. He has traveled extensively in and around China for more than two decades. He is a coauthor of The Eight Immortals' Revolving Sword.Daoist Dietetics Immortality Livia Kohn livia kohn, but end up in harmful downloads.

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