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Histoire du Qi Gong
De l'antiquité à nos jours

 

Les cinq grandes périodes dans l'histoire du qi gong :

1. De l'antiquité à 1949 : les pratiques ancestrales
2. De 1949 à 1964 : la création du Qi Gong moderne
3. De 1964 à 1978 : la répression et la clandestinité
4. De 1978 à 1999 : le renouveau du Qi Gong
5. De 1999 à 2007 : la réglementation de la pratique publique

 

1. Les pratiques ancestrales

A. Dynastie des Han (206 av. JC à 220 ap.JC)

Les techniques destinées à cultiver l'esprit et à préserver la santé pour prolonger la vie sont apparues à une époque très reculée de l'histoire chinoise.
En 1973, des archéologues chinois ont trouvé un rouleau dessiné sur une étoffe de soie en couleurs, dans le tombeau n°3 des Han de Mawangdui près de Changsha, représentant 44 personnages, de tous âges et des deux sexes, dans diverses postures de Daoyin (conduire et étirer).
Ce nom est utilisé aujourd'hui pour désigner des "exercices physiques" ou "des gymnastiques corporelles" chinoises.
 
Ci-dessous le tableau en question, datant du début des Han :

 


               Tableau de Daoyin du tombeau n°3 des han de Mawangdui (province du Hunan)

Your site has some commonly used modules already preconfigured. These include:

  • Image Module which holds the image beneath the menu. This is a Custom module that you can edit to change the image.
  • Blog Roll. which lets you link to other blogs. We've put in two examples, but you'll want to change them. When you are logged in, click on blog roll on the top menu to update this.
  • Most Read Posts which lists articles based on the number of times they have been read.
  • Older Articles which lists out articles by month.
  • Syndicate which allows your readers to read your posts in a news reader.
  • Popular Tags, which will appear if you use tagging on your articles. Just enter a tag in the Tags field when editing.

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