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Qian (☰) and Kun (☷)

A Taoist alchemical illustration of Qian and Kun, the male and female principles.

Lotus & Om Tattoo #lotus #om #symbol #tattoo #realism #firsttattoo

Lotus & Om Tattoo #lotus #om #symbol #tattoo #realism #firsttattoo

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: Alchemy and Cosmology: Dragon and Tiger…

A Taoist alchemical illustration of the Dragon and the Tiger joining their essences in the alchemical tripod.

What Is the Taoist Concept of Wu Wei?

What Is the Taoist Concept of Wu Wei?

In Taoism, Wu Wei means non-volitional action: acting in a way that is in spontaneous alignment with the cycles of the natural world, and with…

Raijin (雷神?) by Kawanabe Kyosai. Raijin is a god of lightning, thunder and storms in the Shinto religion and in Japanese mythology

"Raijin" (雷神) Raijin Is A God Of Lightning, Thunder, & Storms In The Shinto Religion & In Japanese Mythology.

吉田博 - 新月 #04490

1941 - Yoshida, Hiroshi - New Moon

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