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Le printemps arrive...

Posted by
Karine*Mazloumian (Paris, France) on 4 February 2013 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

> Springtime is coming...


For the traditional chinese medicine, springtime does not begin when the plant emerges from the ground (our equinox) but when the seed germinates in the soil. This time is called "Springtime is coming" and it begins... now. Enjoy !
For those interested in the subject, some infos here yet I don't personally know this page as I know the one mentionned in french below.
(On my photograph, the guy is practising Qi Gong)


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Pour la médecine traditionnelle chinoise, le printemps débute non pas quand la plante sort de terre (notre équinoxe) mais quand la graine germe dans le sol. Cette période s'appelle "Le printemps arrive" et démarre... maintenant. Profitons-en !
Pour ceux que cela intéresse, un bon blog avec conseils d'un praticien de shiatsu ici.
(Sur ma photo, l'homme pratique le Qi Gong)


Nikon D90 1/1000 second F/9 ISO 200 120mm


(Buttes-Chaumont Park, Paris - 2011)

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