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  1. The Great Commentary

    In starting out to re-read the Great Commentary I was browsing around to generally reset my sense of historical context and to see what other more recent commentaries might exist on the Dazhuan. I stumbled on this article by Roger T. Ames. I am not familiar with any of Ames' work. I found this article to be quite difficult to read. Ames' manner of communication and use of language was pretty tough for me. He uses a lot of words that are just not in my working vocabulary. The article seems very academic. Still, there were a few insights I was able to gleen from the article. He also cites heavily from Tang Junyi, who I am not familiar with either. Thought I would throw this out there to see what the Bum's thought.
  2. Daoist Alchemy

    Hello Everyone, Thanks for letting me join with you daoist bums. Just to let you know that a complete daoist cosmology is being revealed on the internet. Extracts from the contemporary work 'Mimi Neike' are appearing on the website Just go to the secret medicine webpage and you can find out about the secret of life, the secret of your life and of course the secret internal medicine that is the subject of the work. Enjoy.
  4. Anatomical Models

    I am sorry if this topic has been discussed before, but I have not seen any topics discussing a complete outline of a model before. If so, I would be grateful if you could point me in the right direction. Thank you. Has anyone compiled a working model of the body that relates to our post-modern findings in neurology and etc? Or just a working model in general? I think that these views are very compatible in the sense that the average human anatomy has not changed that much in the space of a millennium, and only our techniques of study has changed throughout the ages. Really interested in stuff like this.